Mizani USA Introduces the Texture Squad

November 16, 2017 | 6:55 AM
The Mizani Texture Squad.
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SIANNA RENEE @iamsiannarenee  Based out of New York City, Sianna is a model with an impressive growing portfolio of work across editorial, print and digital. Lover of the ‘80s, Eva Mendes and big hair, Sianna is a Texture Type 2 on the MIZANI Texture Key.
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KIA MARIE @thenotoriouskia  A Brooklyn native with West Coast roots to match, Kia is a fashion stylist, and style and beauty blogger. A Texture Type 6, expect to see Kia rocking her signature look – natural curls with a bold red lip.
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SANDRA NAKAWUNDE @nakawunde  Currently living in Paris, France, Sandra cites Dianna Ross as a beauty icon, giving her the confidence to be herself. Sandra’s Instagram is a dreamy visual of her Texture Type 7 hair journey and continued explorative in styling.
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EMMA LOUGHRAN @emmaamemma  Emma is a true lover of hair versatility and isn’t afraid to switch up her look. Catch her sporting her natural  Texture Type 4 curls one day; and a sleek, polished blowout the next. Heels over flats, and lip gloss over lipstick – just don’t ask her to choose between tea and coffee.
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MIZANI is proud to present a new collective, the Texture Squad, an influencer community that highlights those who share in a genuine love for textured hair, individuality and style. The Texture Squad seeks to engage and empower girls in their daily, personal and ever-evolving hair journeys. Whether it is Texture In, Texture Out, Texture Manipulated or Texture Maintained, MIZANI recognizes the incredible breadth of expression possible and encourages women to embrace that freedom to style. Backed by top-notch professional products; a skilled Artist Team of texture experts; and fundamental education; the Texture Squad opens up the dialogue for texture transformation stories.

Emma, Kia, Sandra and Sianna spotlight various Texture Types and are savvy chameleons when it comes to their evolving styles. With understanding that there is no single recipe to beauty, no standard; beauty is personal and it is fluid, the Texture Squad is all about whatever makes you feel beautiful.

The Texture Squad kicks off with dedicated video footage of the girls individually and collectively. See here at:

Join the movement with the hashtag #TextureSquad and follow @mizaniusa for a look behind-the-scenes.


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