|By PR Newswire||
|September 1, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Sept. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- U R Curly® is excited to announce that travel/trial size packets of their award winning Soya Shampoo, Quinoa Conditioner, Loose Curl Enhancer and Tight Curl Enhancer can be found on shelves nationwide at Dollar Tree. Now, consumers with naturally curly, kinky, or wavy hair who are looking for products to help them tame, smooth and moisturize their hair can easily find and try the U R Curly product line at Dollar Tree before purchasing the full size product.
Dollar Tree is a national company with thousands of stores conveniently located in shopping centers and malls in 48 contiguous states. Being available on their shelves is a huge step forward for U R Curly, presently available nationwide at select Kroger and local beauty supply stores as well as online via urcurly.com/shop. The addition of Dollar Tree as a major distributor will make it even easier for consumers curious to try the emerging brand to get their hands on the much-loved U R Curly® products.
Many consumers have taken to their Twitter and Instagram accounts to upload pictures of their newest Dollar Tree finds exclaiming their eagerness and excitement about finding their packets at Dollar Tree. They are happy to see U R Curly® growing in this way and representatives for the brand have responded by sharing their finds with their friends an followers. "U R Curly has become a staple brand for many naturals, curlies and kinkies" says Monica "Queen" Carruthers. "We are extremely excited about this opportunity and expect new loyalties to be born via this new partnership with Dollar Tree."
U R Curly® is made with ingredients that produce results that exceed the expectations of the textured hair community. Free of alcohol, parabens, sulfates and dyes, key to the product line is Abyssinian Oil which delivers a luster and luminosity - proving to perfect the curly mane.
To discover more about the line, visit them on the web at URCurly.com.
Media Contact: Camille Wright, Prim Public Relations, 9012099749, [email protected]
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