“Great shoot today with @imerickrobinson. New ad campaign coming soon,” Kenya shared this week on Instagram.
The entrepreneur also shared a behind-the-scenes video of her and Brooklyn with the caption,”My life began the moment this #angel blessed my life. No matter what challenges I may face, when she is by my side I can conquer the world.”
Kenya Moore Hair Care is designed to grow your real hair longer, stronger, and thicker in just one use! The line is also safe to use on children.
“@KenyaMooreHairCare is sulfate free, Silicone free, no mineral oil, no phosphates , no alcohol, nothing that damages your hair,” Kenya has said. “Our sole focus is to get your hair healthy and strong so that is shows the growth!”
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Moore credits her hair care line for her own super healthy and thick mane. The RHOA star has said that she wants to inspire women to wear their own natural locks.
“We love a wig. We love a weave…and all that stuff. But it shouldn’t be a necessity. It should just be an accessory, if that’s what you want. We want to be empowered to have a choice. If you want to rock your own hair, rock your own hair. But you shouldn’t wear weaves and stuff because you’re ashamed of your hair. It should just be a choice, not a requirement,” she told Essence in 2017.
“I’ve always had this passion for hair care. It came from my grandmother who raised me,” Moore added. “And she would always say, ‘hair is your crowning glory.’ So that kind of just stuck with me and she would always make sure we took pride in our appearance and presentation.”
Photos: Erick Robinson