On to the coverage we go...one of the largest vendors at this year's show was Uncle Funky's Daughter.
Now why haven't I heard of them before? Have y'all? On the first day of their show, their booth was d-ed up. Which is slang for "crowded". I was bumpin' fro's and locs just to make my way over. This Houston, Texas based salon and boutique was quite the crowd please-r. And rightfully so. They had great t-shirts!!
Of course I had to snag one. The show price for the tees was $20 but I sho would have purchased it for $5 more had I seen it online first.
Not pictured is the "Perms are Evil" shirt. Talk about making a statement! Would you wear that shirt?
Uncle Funky's Daughter also have hair products...
But you know...most, if not all of the ladies at the booth had curly hair. I didn't see anyone with 4a or 4b-type hair. When you go to their website, you'll notice a beautiful banner of lovely ladies with natural hair. But most have curly 3a hair. Which, I think, discourages the naturals with thicker hair. But that's another rant for another post. Good news is, most of the products are silicone and paraben-free.
Check out Uncle Funky's Daughter here.