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Issa Rae Joins Sienna Naturals Hair Care Company as Co-Owner and Spokesperson

Written by Good Black News

September 29, 2020

According to harpersbazaar.com, Insecure creator and star Issa Rae will serve as the face of the Sienna Naturals and join founder Hannah Diop as co-owner of the brand.

Rae, who showcases the versatility of natural hair in her award-winning HBO series, is a friend of Diop’s and respects Diop for creating and promoting a clean beauty brand for Black women.

To quote harpersbazaar.com:

“I’ve known Hannah for a long time, and I got to see the brand evolve from her home. It’s expanded so much beyond that. The care and the research that has gone into this natural, safe, healthy brand, I knew that I wanted to be involved,” [Rae] explained in a statement. “We get coerced into manipulating our hair into styles not right for us, or using damaging products. I have an opportunity to make hair care digestible via my sense of humor, my openness to my own hair struggle.”

Sienna Naturals, the eco-conscious natural hair brand beloved for its toxic-free hair care products is returning with larger product sizes, accessible price points, and updated packaging. What’s more, the brand will also introduce Salon in a Box, which is packed with everything you need to make your wash day as seamless as possible.

You can sign up for the pre-launch waitlist and updates on future Sienna Natural launches here.

Read more: https://www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/hair/a34151971/issa-rae-co-owner-sienna-naturals-hannah-diop/

Original article source: https://goodblacknews.org/2020/09/29/issa-rae-joins-sienna-naturals-hair-care-company-as-co-owner-and-spokesperson/ | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council

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