If you are a “product junkie” searching for that seemingly magical elixir to do the impossible feat of growing out your chemically treated, heat appliance damaged, extension addicted or impossibly tangled tresses, then DOOBOP.com is where you can get an epic fix.
DOOBOP.com is a global beauty webstore showcasing a roster of hair care, skin care and makeup lines that cater to customers ranging from honey dipped, deep raven, warm maroon, on to alabaster white.
The webstore’s curator is Jodie Patterson, a momtrepreneur and former Director of Public Relations for Zac Posen. She spent the past several years running one of New York’s Nolita’s highly touted beauty destinations, reportedly once frequented by Sarah Jessica Parker.
Jodie sourced her roster of products based on referrals from dermatologists, nutritionists and stylists. Make your beauty selections with confidence by using the customized beauty consultation tool, which helps you find the best products for your hair and skin, in less than a minute. The featured hair care lines include sulfate, silicone and paraben free options. The featured skin care and makeup lines cater to every skin condition, texture and tone on the spectrum.
Feel good about looking good because DOOBOP.com donates $1 from each to Community of Unity, which provides NYC public schools with student support programming like college centers, wellness centers, summer camp and afterschool programs.
by Tatiana Toomer/tatiyamisse
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