CurlCap Becomes First Black-Owned Apparel Company To Sell Original Authorized Disney Merchandise
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CurlCap Becomes First Black-Owned Apparel Company To Sell Original Authorized Disney Merchandise

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Parker Diakite
Parker Diakite Apr 6, 2022

The owner of CurlCap — known for accommodating natural hair— is making history at the world’s most magical place. Britney Sadé has become the first Black woman-owned to sell licensed Disney logos and characters on her merchandise.

Sadé is known for stylish visors with an opening for your natural hair to flourish. But now, you can get the visor with Mickey and Minnie Mouse ears in the front.

“With sincere gratitude, the CurlCap Disney collection is now available,” she tells Instagram. “Exclusively sold on CurlCap.com … I am truly appreciative to have been welcomed in such a special and heartwarming way. This is a year in the making and very dear to my heart. I release these on a special day and hope you all enjoy them as much as I do”

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Designed To Protect Natural Hair

CurlCaps are designed with an elastic and scrunchie-style opening in the back, giving customers flexibility.

“Designed for hair [the Curl Cap] is classic, stylish and versatile,” a statement about the brand reads on Amazon. “Our satin hats are perfect for every woman looking to wear their hair naturally and with confidence.”

And for those of us who are natural, you know hats can be tricky when it comes to protecting tresses.  With the Curl Cap, you don’t have to worry about damaging your hair or loose stands because the caps are lined with satin.

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“I ordered a handful of hats, all flaunting that they fit over natural hair and blah blah blah but this one was the only one that not only fit but was comfortable and looked cute,” one reviewer stated on Amazon.

“[I] bought this for my wife. She has natural hair that doesn’t fit under a hat, doesn’t fit through the other ponytail hat slits, and gets tangled in Velcro adjustment straps,” another person stated in a review. “Now, she finally has a hat that is comfortable, doesn’t look lumpy, and also has satin inside it just like her pillowcases.”

You can find more information about the hats by following the brand on Instagram.

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