#CurlyGirlMagic: No Stopping Our Shine in 2018

We are kicking off 2018 with a new theme and are excited to bring you #CurlyGirlMagic! #CurlyGirlMagic exists as a compliment to curly girls everywhere (#NoCurlLeftBehind). Uncle Funky’s Daughter is committed to nurturing every curl we touch through our products and to make all our Funky Junkies feel absolutely fabulous. It is our intention to continue to celebrate you and how you embrace your natural beauty everyday. Heading into this new year, we have imagined a time of glam and sparkle and want to spread that all over. As curly girls, naturalistas, rizos (and all the other terms used to Read More

Renee’s Corner: Supporting Your Friend with Breast Cancer

A good friend recently called me and shared that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. Like too many others, her life was immediately turned upside down as she began her battle. My first reaction was shock, then sadness — fighting off tears to stay strong for her while chatting with her on the phone. My next reaction was to join her in battle mode. There are many articles that give advice and strategic pointers for helping someone through her battle with breast cancer, but even with all the “strategy” and statistics, it never feels as easy or as effective Read More

Renee’s Corner: We Are #HoustonStrong

For those of you who may not know, Houston, TX has been home to the Uncle Funky’s Daughter brand since inception. We have a long history in this city, and we are very proud to call it home. Just a couple of weeks ago, Hurricane Harvey took Houston by storm. In the days leading up to the hurricane, we prepared our Houston-based operations for the storm, but never did we imagine the damage it would cause to our beloved city. As the storm made its wrath on our city, we were part of the first wave of deliveries to the Read More

Tarchelle Bryant: Hair, and Life Journaling Her Way Through

Most women who decide to go natural either want the feeling of freeness by going with a big chop, like celeb Sanaa Lathan recently shared, or desire for their hair to be healthy and strong without adding extra chemicals. This is the story of many women across the globe and the natural hair movement has no signs of slowing down.  The popularity of online social engagement — frequency of “hair goals” posts down our timelines — has lead to droves of women and children that have decided to embrace their natural textures. Countless hours of watching video tutorials and spending hundreds of Read More