- Taraji P. Henson, who is an award-winning actress, is set to launch her own hair care line on Wednesday, January 29, 2020
- The actress, who has played roles in top movies such as Empire and Power, says but for acting, she could have been a cosmetologist
- According to her, she was fixing hair back in college to make extra money
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Award-winning actress, Taraji P. Henson, has launched her own hair care line, YEN.com.gh has learned.
The actress, who has featured in top series such as Empire and Power, revealed that she could have been a cosmetologist if she hadn’t ended up in acting.
According to her, she used to fix hair back in college in a bid to earn extra money and according to her, she never lost her passion for hair.
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Per a report by blackenterprise.com, she added that she began plans for her hairline in her kitchen.
Her 18-piece product line is set to officially launch in Target stores on Wednesday, January 29, 2020.
She adds that it is created for every structure and it comes in various forms, , from straight to wavy to curly to coily.
Henson goes on to say that the colour-coordinated product line is divided into four parts, which are cleansing and care, repair, treatments, and scalp-care.
In other news, YEN.com.gh is in possession of a video in which a woman dressed in a church outfit is seen at a bar drinking beer.
The identity of the woman is not immediately clear and the location of the bar is also yet to be confirmed.
She, however, appeared oblivious of the fact that she was being recorded as she sat at a table with the beer bottle in front of her.
As if to drum home the point, Ghanaian musician, Kofi Kinaata’s hit song, Things Fall Apart, can be heard being played in the background.
A man, who also has a bottle of beer in front of him, is seen, also seated at the same table, and engaged in a discussion with the woman
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