- A 16-year-old teenager has launched his own haircare brand for boys who want to take care of their curls
- The teenager said that his business will bridge the gender gap that has been left for so long as companies have always targetted women as their customers
- In launching his product on Saturday, October 3, the teen asked for people's support, a thing he later got in abundance, going by his post's interactions
At a time when many are looking at launching their own businesses, a smart 16-year-old boy with Twitter handle @kbdajuiceman has started his own company.
The teenager announced he was launching his haircare business on Saturday, October 3, and would appreciate all the support he could get.
Unlike most haircare brands, his is targeted at boys. As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 170,0000 likes with thousands of comments. In a subsequent tweet, he said that his product is to fill the gap that has been left for so long, adding that it is also to show that boys take care of their hair too.
His comment section is filled with praises for his business idea as many said they actually love when men tend to their hair.
See his post below:
Below are some of the reactions the post got:
"Love this! Think I’ll order for my black son. Appreciate being able to support a young entrepreneur and black business owner!"
"I hope your business is successful and blessed young brother. We as a race must continue to inspire, uplift and support fully black-owned business. I'm impressed and respect your vision and hustle. Congratulations."
"I love seeing boys/men encouraged to take care of their hair, too many are still too self conscious about doing anything besides shampoo and condition."
"I love everything about this! Starting off strong, I see you king. Good luck with your business venture. It's only up from here!"
"Yo man, you're doing greater things than me when I was your age. I wish you luck man."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Paris McKenzie, a beautiful lack girl who is only 16, started her own enterprise in the fashion industry.
The teenager, who lives in Brooklyn in the United States credited her mother, Senica Thompson, for being a great motivation to start the business called Paris Beauty Supplyz.
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