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Tagline For Women Of Color Hair Diary/blog/biz
5/14/2012 at 6:38 PM ET
I am a creative person with my hands and ideas, but putting things visually on paper is the hardest for me. So I have come to the most helpful creative community I have found online! I am buttering your creative flow with that right? :0
I am looking to start a online video/written journal of about Natural Hair (hair free of relaxers/perms- in it's natural state from the roots without any alteration). Natural Hair for women of color without the right products or knowledge on hair care can be challenging for styling options. I want to embrace an open forum for women of color to share (blog) about their own experiences of being natural. The website will be a celebration of what hair God gave you is perfectly OK! I will eventually use this name to carry natural ingredient products and hair accessories. I want the name to embrace key words...natural,strong, original, fierce, fabulous, woman of color, roots, organic, coiled, curly, ..and tie it to hair.
Thank you in advance for your positive energy!
5/15/2012 at 7:55 AM
Those are a lot of keywords to try to cram into a tagline - "natural, strong, original, fierce, fabulous, woman of color, roots, organic, coiled, curly, ..and tie it to hair" when an effective tagline should be no more than 3 to 5 words.
It would also help if we knew the name of your blog...so we could try to tie our tagline suggestions to that specific name.
And let me add a word of caution, if I may: Hopefully your attorney will tell you to incorporate your advice-giving business because of someone taking your advice - or using one of the products you eventually hope to create and/or sell - damages or loses her hair, you can be sure she is going to sue you. If you're not incorporated, any such law suit can cost you everything you own...house, car, savings, everything.
5/15/2012 at 8:23 AM
Naturally Beautiful Hair
Love Your Hair (Naturally)
5/15/2012 at 11:39 AM
Mr. Grisolia I ended my request with the most important part of it....thanking those with positive energy. You seemed to read everything but that part I see.
This isn't a forum for legal advice, but for help and ideas from people with the gift of marketing skills who will brainstorm on the ideas that peek their interest or goodwill to help.
Tagline/Name are the ideas that I have asked for to come from those with the right spirit, not criticizing how many words I have put for inspiration behind my concept.
I don't have a blog currently,....... the sole purpose of posting this exchange is my search for inspiration for a name/tagline.
5/15/2012 at 2:19 PM
Women’s Hair Is Naturally Fabulous
Sister’s Hair Is Naturally Fabulous
5/23/2012 at 2:00 AM
Going to keep looking for inspiration. Thanks
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