Madam C.J. Walker was an extremely successful female entrepreneur, philanthropist and activist. The money she accumulated over her lifetime would equate to around six million of today's money. That's because her products were high quality, serving a market of African American women and similarly curly haired individuals. Her beauty brand was a marker of her time, and it's making a comeback.
While searching the internet for cool stuff to share with all of you, I was delighted to find 'Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture' trending. Walker's brand is being brought back by the same people who have given your Shea Moisture and Nubian Heritage. Walker's revived line includes conditioners, shampoos, oils, gels and creams which can be found online and in Sephora.
Walker's new brand isn't just a cash grab using her last name for advertising. The new line is being headed by Walker's great-great-granddaughter A'Leila Bundles, who is dedicated to making sure the new products met the needs of consumers and honors her ancestor's legacy. The line's "curl reviver" and other products have already gained glowing reviews from Marie Claire, Allure, The Los Angeles Times and Harper's Bazaar. So if you have kinky hair and you're looking for a new product, you should definitely check out Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture.