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Tracee Ellis Ross knows a thing or two about curls. She did learn from the best, after all. As the daughter of the legendary Diana Ross, big, bountiful ringlets were quite literally in her DNA, but that didn’t make tending to them any less of a challenge. In fact, it was the hurdles the actress, producer, and activist encountered finding the right products to suit her shapeshifting curl pattern that inspired her to launch the new haircare line, Pattern. Designed for every individual on the curly, coily, and tightly-textured spectrum (from 3B to 4C hair types), the range includes a shampoo, four types of conditioner (medium, heavy, intensive, and leave-in), and two hair oil serums, as well as a brush for gently detangling, microfiber towel for drying, and a claw clip for putting curls up with maximum hold.

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