Black Entrepreneur Revolutionizes Haircare With Special Headgear

Meet Natasha Hinds, an Army veteran turned entrepreneur that is the creator of Keep Your Hair Headgear
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Meet Natasha Hinds, an Army veteran turned entrepreneur that is the creator of Keep Your Hair Headgear, which manufactures a one-of-a-kind hair covering that reverses the signs of hair loss.

Based in Atlanta, Georgia, their innovative silk-lined military headgear and satin-lined officially licensed headwear is empowering women and men transforming lives one strand at a time.

The average person loses 50-100 strands of hair a day, but anxiety, stress or medication can lead to significant shedding and worse. However, Natasha’s revolutionary haircare product is changing the world of haircare without chemicals or costly regiments.

As a certified minority, woman and service-disabled veteran-owned company, Keep Your Hair Headgear is a business that specializes in head coverings with soft, static-free fabric that significantly improves the health of hair for those who wear hats and caps. So, whether you don a cap for fashion or for military service, Keep Your Hair Headgear has you covered.

Natasha says that she was inspired “to create a solution to 20 years of military headgear drying out my hair and causing breakage.” Read more.

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