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How to be a Red Head

how to be a red headIn a world where beauty standards often overlook the unique needs of redheads, sisters Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti are on a mission to empower those with fiery locks to embrace their natural beauty with confidence. As the co-founders of How to be a Red Head (H2BAR), they’ve curated a comprehensive beauty brand specifically tailored for redheads, offering everything from makeup essentials to skincare solutions.

The Journey to Redhead Empowerment

Adrienne and Stephanie’s journey began with their own struggles as young redheaded women. They know all too well the frustration of searching for products that complemented their unique complexions and hair colors. In a market saturated with one-size-fits-all beauty options, they often found themselves feeling overlooked and misunderstood. Stephanie even experimented with going blonde in an attempt to conform to conventional beauty standards before realizing that her true beauty shone brightest with her natural red locks.

Determined to fill the void they had experienced firsthand, Adrienne and Stephanie embarked on a mission to discover and create beauty solutions tailored specifically for redheads. Their experimentation led to groundbreaking discoveries, from mascara that enhanced their blonde lashes to bronzers that complemented their fair skin without causing irritation. Fuelled by their own experiences, they launched in 2011, a platform dedicated to providing top-tier beauty and lifestyle advice tailored specifically for redheads.

Redhead Friendly Approved

At the heart of How to be a Red Head is a commitment to authenticity and inclusivity. Every product featured on their platform undergoes rigorous testing on redheads for a minimum of 10 days, ensuring that it meets their stringent criteria for quality and compatibility. This dedication has earned them the trust and recognition of top beauty companies worldwide, cementing their status as trailblazers in the industry.

Rock it like a Red Head

Adrienne and Stephanie are more than just beauty entrepreneurs; they’re advocates for self-love and empowerment. Through their blog posts, social media presence, and Rock it like a Redhead events, they inspire redheads everywhere to embrace their uniqueness and rock their red hair with confidence and spunk. Their mantra, “Rock it like a Redhead,” serves as a rallying cry for individuals to celebrate their individuality and defy societal norms.

The Evolution of How to be a Red Head

What began as a passion project has blossomed into a full-fledged beauty brand, with the introduction of the How to be a Red Head makeup line and the seasonal Deluxe H2BAR Beauty Subscription Box. Designed with the needs of redheads in mind, these offerings provide a curated selection of products that celebrate and enhance their natural beauty.

Looking to the Future

As they continue to expand their brand, Adrienne and Stephanie remain committed to serving the redhead community with excellence and innovation. With exciting launches planned for 2024 and beyond, the future looks bright for How to be a Red Head and the redheads they empower.

In a world where beauty standards can feel limiting and exclusionary, Adrienne and Stephanie Vendetti are leading the charge for inclusivity and self-expression. Through How to be a Red Head, they’re not just selling products; they’re fostering a community where redheads can feel seen, heard, and celebrated. So here’s to embracing your inner redhead and rocking it with confidence, because when it comes to beauty, there’s nothing more empowering than being true to yourself.

My Take on How to be a Red Head

I am a brown haired, balding male. I wouldn’t use this stuff. While I do know some red heads, I’m not sure they use this particular brand of cosmetics. I do like how these women go about their business and wish them success.

Do Sharks Like Red Hair?

This company has been in business since 2011 and has a dozen or so employees. Their revenue is estimated at $7 million annually. Do they really need a Shark? I don’t think so, but they will put on an entertaining pitch. I’m pretty sure Mark, Kevin and Robert will bow out, that leaves Lori and Barbara – both of whom wear make-up. They aren’t red heads though. If the numbers work, I could see both Barbara and Lori making offers.

About Rob Merlino

Entrepreneur, auteur, raconteur. Rob Merlino is a blogger and writer who enjoys the Shark Tank TV show and Hot Dogs. A father of five who freelances in a variety of publications, Rob has a stable of websites including Shark Tank Blog, Hot Dog Stories, Rob and more.

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