Beyoncé is teasing her next project, and it’s not new music… it’s a hair care line!
The superstar who is currently on her Renaissance World Tour, has revealed a hair-related announcement is coming soon, and if you read between the lines, it sounds very much like she’s starting her own brand.
In a post on Instagram, Queen Bey shared a three-part carousel beginning with a photo of herself curling her long luscious locks in front of a vanity mirror as well as a photo of young Beyoncé having her hair braided. In the third pic, she shares a note:
“How many of y’all know that my first job was sweeping hair in my mama’s salon? Destiny’s Child got our start by performing for clients while they were getting their hair done. I was exposed to so many different kinds of entrepreneurial women in her salon. I saw firsthand, how the ways we nurture and celebrate hair can directly impact our souls. I watched her heal and be of service to so many women. Having learned so much on my hair journey, I’ve always dreamed of carrying on her legacy. I can’t wait for you to experience what I’ve been creating.”
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Of course, the internet is exploding with excitement over a possible Queen Bey hair care line. Nothing has been confirmed yet but no doubt a formal launch will be happening soon!
In between touring and prepping for this new venture, Beyoncé is also doing her part to give back to local communities. Through her BeyGOOD Foundation, she recently made a $2 million pledge to support college students and small businesses during 10 stops on her Renaissance Tour.
“I am hugely proud of the work we have done for over a decade at BeyGOOD, here in the U.S. and around the world,” Beyoncé shared in a statement at the time. “From scholarships to the water crisis in Burundi, to helping families during Hurricane Harvey in my hometown, Houston, it has been fulfilling to be of service. Now as a foundation, we will continue the work of engaging partners through innovative programs to impact even more people.”
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