The winner of Mop Top’s name-the-product contest will receive a gift basket of MopTop products. The runner-up will receive a $25 CurlMart gift certificate.
Three years ago, Kelly Foreman set out to create a line of products to make life easier for fellow curlies.
She developed the MopTop and Fuzzy Duck lines, a collection of sulfate-free, alcohol-free, silicone-free shampoos, conditioners and styling products specifically for curly, frizzy hair. The line has amassed loyal fans around the world.
A leave-in conditioner was always something she wanted to include in the line. And this year – after more than a year and a half in the making – she finally has the perfect formula for it.
“We have received so many requests from our customers for a leave-in,” Foreman says.
Although she has the product, Foreman doesn’t have a name.
“I need your help!” says Foreman.
The goal was to produce a product that goes a long way, with many uses – something that met the needs of a budget-conscious mom of three daughters like her. Like the other MopTop products in the line, the new leave-in is full of great ingredients such as aloe barbadensis gel, honey and sea botanicals. It contains water-soluble silcones and is paraben free.
The winner will receive a gift basket of MopTop products. The runner-up will receive a $25 CurlMart gift certificate.
Several customers, who happen to be Naturallycurly.com readers, have tested the product for Foreman, and the reviews are overwhelmingly positive.”
“I tried your Mop-Top Leave-In Conditioner and was amazed at the results!” says Amy, a 3b from Texas. “I used it as a typical leave-in and my frizzies seemed to be reduced and my hair seemed to maintain more definition in its curl pattern. I don’t know what you put in your Leave-In Conditioner but my hair looks healthy and hydrated without looking or feeling heavy. I love it!”
Send your name ideas to Foreman at email@example.com.
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