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New podcast examines textured hair care area

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New podcast examines textured hair care area
New podcast examines textured hair care area


As detailed by a latest article​ from world administration consulting agency McKinsey & Firm, “Black shoppers are thrice extra prone to be dissatisfied than non-Black counterparts in hair and the broader magnificence business​,” and that “addressing racial inequity within the magnificence business is a $2.6 billion alternative​” for manufacturers looking for to higher serve this shopper demographic.

Textured hair care is a quickly rising shopper market, significantly within the US, the place “greater than 11 p.c of all magnificence prospects are Black—and but Black manufacturers account for a mere 2.5 p.c of whole magnificence business revenues​,” McKinsey & Firm famous in its report.

To research and supply perception into the textured hair care area, lately curator and host Tyesha Friday launched the Coils, Money, and Tradition podcast to talk candidly about these points and extra.

As detailed in a latest press launch, the brand new podcast explores “the cultural and financial alternative for creatives and entrepreneurs in Black and textured hair, that includes dynamic conversations with folks from a variety of professions who’re dedicated to rising optimistic visibility and bettering the care of kinks, coils, and curls​.”

The podcast, which lately launched its first season, options visitors together with James Catalano, Skilled Hairstylist: Breaking into Skilled Styling, Rashida, founding father of Boombastic Braids: Constructing a Braiding Enterprise, and Samantha Kidjo, founding father of ICI Care: Making Hair Product More healthy.