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The Harlem outpost of natural beauty shop Carol's Daughter now has a nice, new addition: a 2,000 square salon that's composed of three shampoo sinks. WWD reports that each appointment begins with a consultation that includes a scalp analysis, density evaluation, porosity test and elasticity test. After all that, a shampoo and a cocktail of conditioners for a natural way to relax hair.
As for pricing, cuts start at $35, color starts at $45, blowouts start at $65, and other styling services start at $85. The article adds that a new product will be introduced this summer: the Monoi Anti-Breakage Spray, made of Carol's Daughter's signature Monoi Oil, Tiare gardenias, and Coprah coconut oil.
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