Since summer of 2013, a lot of celebrities have been making it a point to show off their natural tresses and prove that they aren’t bald headed just because they wear weaves, wigs, and extensions most of the time for both pleasure and career purposes.
Lately, quite a few ladies we trail have been crediting their long, natural tresses to Hairfinity hair vitamins, which are gaining quite a bit of popularity do to celebrity endorsements.
Before Keshia Knight Pulliam became the official Hairfinity hair vitamins ambassador, Toya Wright was giving credit to the hair supplements for her and her daughter’s hair growth as well. I even bought my own bottle and noticed my own personal hair growth after taking the pills for a few weeks. The bottle is for a 30 day supply and I noticed hair growth even though I didn’t take them the full 30 days.
The other day, I also saw Real Housewives of Atlanta reality star Cynthia Bailey giving credit to Hairfinity hair vitamins and now her reality co-star took it to her Instagram a couple days ago to reveal her real hair and even went so far as to post a video of her shaking her long hair don’t care.
Hi, girls here is a quick update!! Video : before getting ends clipped! I’m loving hair @hairfinity so far my hair is becoming thicker and I’m seeing some growth! Awesome product!!#sheloveweavebutsheaintbald #hair #healthyhair
My healthy hair secret revealed!! ( @hairfinity ) I believe weave is an amazing way to express ourselves whether we are feeling sexy or fun and flirty!! However, lets start taking care of our natural hair as well!! Thank you @hairfinity for assisting me in my healthy hair journey.
With all these celebrities using Hairfinity hair vitamins to grow their own long hair don’t care, will that decrease sales in the weaves, wigs and extensions industry??? I seriously doubt it.
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