Friday, 21 January 2022

Goodbye, frizzy hair! Only Curls beanies are back

Written by Danielle Joshua
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Independent haircare brand Only Curls' beanie is the new go-to winter accessory for frizzy and curly hair. So good to go sold out, it is now back in stock.

Stay warm, look cute, and keep your curls bouncy all winter long with the 5-star-review Only Curls' beanie hat.

Only Curls really thinks about everything for healthy and happy curly hair. Its updated beanie has a secret: a smooth satin lining that helps protect hair in general but especially curls. The smooth polyester satin fabric absorbs very little moisture from hair, leaving moisture levels intact and hair frizz-free. This stops hair from tangling; it keeps curls flawless and reduces hair dryness.

The Figures Of A Success

  • Over 14,000 Only Curls beanies were sold within 4 weeks of launching.
  • They generated over £300k in sales for the small, independent brand.
  • There were over 2,000 people on the re-stock waiting list.
  • New colours requested by customers are being added to the collection.
  • The most asked Only Curls customer question of 2021 was "when are you restocking the beanies?".

About Only Curls Beanies

Cute on the outside, smart inside. The features of Only Curls satin-lined beanies explain this success in sales and so many happy customers:

  • One size fits all
  • Results in fewer tangles
  • 100% vegan fabrics
  • Stretchy and soft
  • Pom Pom design available in 10 shades
  • Classic beanies (no pom pom) available in 7 shades.

“I was gifted an Only Curls beanie and wondered if it would fit my head. Not because it’s big but as I have lots of thick afro hair and normally hats are too small. But the Only Curls beanie was perfect. It fitted like it was made for me and I love the pink colour I chose too. I can’t wait to show it off to my curly-haired friends.”  Deborah St. Louis – Director of Fashions Finest

Fed up with the friction frizz caused by beanies in winter? Then the Only Curls Beanie is just what you need.