Ada Rojas Is Going From Influencer To Entrepreneur With Her Own Natural Hair Line
I always wore my hair curly growing up because my mother couldn’t afford to take me to salon every week like
most Dominicans would. She was a single mom raising six kids, so I had to learn how to do my hair with whatever was on the shelf at that time, which was usually Pink Lotion, mousse, and hair gel. Then, when I got to college, I had access to my roommate’s flat iron, and I damaged my curly hair. Luckily, I found YouTube, and I was able to
get my curls back and eventually start a blog.