MVL Radar: curlBox = Products Galore

November 28, 2011

By Katrice 
If you're natural, you probably spent more money in the first few months on products for your hair than you spent over the last few years combined. And if by chance you've just "gone natural," not only are you spending money trying to find what works ... you're likely becoming more frustrated with each purchase. I can relate. And so can Myleik Teele, PR extraordinaire turned entrepreneur. 

Teele, who's been free of chemicals in her hair for more than a decade says she's witnessed natural hair products go from zero to 100 since her transition. And to her credit, she knows the products respectively from both the customer point of view and company perspective as the voice of several beauty clients through her company Art of Facts PR. 

"After taking on beauty clients that focused on solutions for women with naturally curly hair I was exposed to so many products. I've been to the World Natural Hair Show and many of the meet-ups and the conversations with each person I met were the same, they want results. Where do you begin? One thing that works on someone's hair that looks JUST like yours doesn't work on yours."

That realization was her lightbulb moment. What if women with natural hair could "try" several products each month for the price of one product? Ahhhh yes. That would be ideal. And just like that, curlBOX was born. 

curlBOX is an affordable and easier way to explore new hair products. You can discover hand-selected kinky/curly hair products from those only found in private salons to ones you may have heard of but haven't gotten around to trying  delivered to your doorstep every month. 

WHAT IT IS:
Every month subscribers receive 5-7 quality hair product samples for a monthly fee (price will be sent with VIP invitation).  Subscribers can cancel anytime. 

WHAT IS IN MY BOX:
Subcribers can look forward to extraordinary products from established brands as well as  great and up and coming brands for around $25 per month.

HOW IT WORKS:
Join. Each box will have extraordinary value and be well curated. And best of all you can discover what works best for your hair without breaking the bank and stacking products that are ineffective on your hair. 

"We're taking the time to listen now to make sure that we have the most amazing products in each box and I want everyone to know that the brands we have on board are so so good," Teele says. 

Although no launch date has been made public, Teele did share that the number of subscriptions will be limited. So, if you're still searching or just love trying new products, don't miss out. Sign up for a free VIP invite at www.curlbox.com

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8 comments

  1. This is an amazing idea!!! I think I might just try it...

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  2. What a great idea! I spend so much on hair stuff for P and myself! I will sign up!

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  3. What a lovely idea! I've been natural my while liFe and we sure didn't have things like this growing up! I could have saved alot of my allowance over the years


    Sunnie
    (.=

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  5. Don't buy from her. She has a nasty attitude and bans you from her Facebook page if u raise concerns about what she puts in the boxes. She doesn't know how to take constructive criticism which is a must in running a business.

    Check out the curly Nikki forum. Go to curlkit. They're nicer. CurlBOX sends you dollar store and Walmart brands only smh

    She can't ban me here :-p

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  6. Don't buy from her. She has a nasty attitude and bans you from her Facebook page if u raise concerns about what she puts in the boxes. She doesn't know how to take constructive criticism which is a must in running a business.

    Check out the curly Nikki forum. Go to curlkit. They're nicer. CurlBOX sends you dollar store and Walmart brands only smh

    She can't ban me here :-p

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  7. Don't buy from her. She has a nasty attitude and bans you from her Facebook page if u raise concerns about what she puts in the boxes. She doesn't know how to take constructive criticism which is a must in running a business.

    Check out the curly Nikki forum. Go to curlkit. They're nicer. CurlBOX sends you dollar store and Walmart brands only smh

    She can't ban me here :-p

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