CURLS Celebrates 14 Years of Beauty

We had the pleasure to celebrate Mahisha Dillenger the founder and CEO of CURLS 14th Birthday on a beautiful Saturday evening in Dallas. The event was held at the Museum of Geometrics and Madi Art in Uptown.

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This was an intimate event which served delicious hors d’oeuvres from celebrity chef Tre Wilcox, signature cocktails, and gifts for all the attendees.
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After being serviced by professional and timely valet, walking into the venue guest were greeted by the CURLS Dallas team and provided a program to join the festivities. As always, the signature CURLS table was bright and beautiful with a splash of sweets for the guest to indulge as they leave.
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Dallas elites, bloggers and supporters of CURLS showed up, dressed to support and celebrate 14 successful years in beauty.

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Mahisha Dillenger, CEO and founder of CURLS is a giver at heart. CURLS honored birthday celebration honored Eric Brown and Renee Cottrell Brown. Renee is the daughter of the late Comer Joseph Cottrell Jr. Renee’s father pioneer.

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CURLS is a company that not only provides excellent products but also gives back. Just think to yourself, have you ever been to a birthday party in which the celebrant gave you a gift? We are talking about a swag bag worth well over $100 dollars. The bag included Mahisha Dillenger new book, which tells her incredible story about her life struggles she had to overcome.

One main thing we learned about Mahisha Dillenger is that she so transparent and wants to lift others. She talked about her mentorship program and other opportunities that she does for the community. We were totally inspired by this. Virtuous Virgos believe in having a servant attitude as our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ did. Please be sure to visit CURLS online if you are interested in volunteering with any of their programs.

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Congratulations Mahisha Dillenger! We applaud and appreciate your drive and commitment. May you, your family and CURLS be blessed with many more years of prosperity.

 

 

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