curlBOX Dispels Winter Hair Myths for Natural Hair -The November Box

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During the winter months our tresses can go through many changes due to the onslaught of cooler temperatures. Hair may become dry because of the lack of moisture available in the winter air. It may literally feel like all hydration has been sucked out of your locks. Moreover, in some cases some may experience winter hair static with fly-aways galore. However, do not let the winter season stress you out or your tresses. curlBox has the solutions to combat winter hair issues that can be found within their November edition box of products. curlBOX is a one of a kind luxury subscription box service that helps women explore new products for naturally curly hair, which is delivered right to your doorstep each month.





In the mini magazine card included with each box this month, curlBOX founder Myleik Teele says, “Just because winter is here doesn’t mean we have to accept bad hair days. This month’s box is going to give the curlBOX subscriber everything she needs to say no to the typical experience she has during the colder months.”

The November curlBox subscription box offers an array of full and sample sized products and styling tools. Here’s what’s in the box:

• Brazilian Blow Out Açai Brazilian Dry Oil

• Curly Kids Haircare Super Detangling Shampoo

• Curly Kids Haircare Super Detangling Conditioner

• Ouidad Curl Recovery Melt-Down Extreme Repair Mask

• Ouidad Wide Tooth Shower Comb

• Denman D3 Brush Keychain and Coupon

• Doris New York Extreme Deep Conditioner Coupon

So at 1966 Magazine we encourage all to subscribe to curlBOX especially all of our naturally curly hair girls. curlbox is a great present to give yourself every month and you will have no regrets because you receive products for your tresses that will really work with great tips and advice. What could be better than that?

 



Arianne Suggs is the founder of 1966 Magazine. I love to write about fashion, beauty, lifestyle, fitness and travel. Join me on my journey.