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Tamara, creator of Natural Hair Rules, a curly hair blog, had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Lisa Price of Carol's Daughter during a Curl Clinic in Houston.

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Oprah has called Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter, as “a work-at-home mom.” She began her business by experimenting with fragrances and body products. Today, she is the creator and spokeswoman for a multimillion-dollar brand. Dillard’s, of Houston's Willowbrook Mall, hosted for a “Curl Clinic” event that was a must to attend. On Saturday, December 4, Natural Hair Rules got an exclusive interview with Carol’s Daughter. The event included complimentary curl analysis, live demonstrations, curl styling tips, and product giveaways.

Lisa’s Kitchen live demonstration included homemade recipes for Curl Tea and Scalp Exfoliation Treatment. The first was a demo of Dillard’s Special Curl Tea kit. This kit included a special blend of herbs and essential oils. It was as if Price had invited you into her home kitchen. She described the recipe and also gave instructions. She jokingly said, “do as I say, not as I do” as she referred everyone to the recipe card in our kits. This seasoned veteran had no need to measure, for she has perfected the recipe over time. The Curl Tea is used to conditioning both the hair and scalp. The scalp exfoliation treatment is a homemade treat for your scalp that is good enough to eat, literally. “From your kitchen” ingredients include brown sugar, coconut milk and grated coconut. These items and others were mixed in a bowl. One would section hair into 6 or 8 section and apply directly to scalp. You can mist hair lightly to assist with parting hair. Massaging exfoliate onto scalp with pads of finger. After about 15 minutes rinse hair and shampoo as normal.

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