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Meet Spencer Stewart of NeoCurly in Richardson

Today we’d like to introduce you to Spencer Stewart.

Spencer, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.
I started as a kid, always having a fascination for creation to better others’ way of life. I built a passion for Beauty from My mothers’ experience in the beauty industry for 20+ years. As her being my most significant influence, Entrepreneurship and Beauty have been something I’ve always wanted to pursue.

As an African American man, there’s much confusion about why I would pick an industry such as Beauty to go after. It has been a place close to none, similar to as I am interested in being involved. To start the transition, I created my lotion brand to pursue my dreams. From then on, I moved to Los Angeles to build my brand and connect with many in that area.

My pursuit of entrepreneurship success put me through ups and many downs. Still, it bred a new version of myself of fearlessness to keep going until there’s a personal satisfaction of my impact in the Beauty industry. It eventually led to Dallas’s moving back to partner up with like-minded people to grow NeoCurly to go after all deserved, making our dreams come true together, and expanding the possibilities of what we all can achieve as a whole.

Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
The road towards success is always rough, as the challenge being mostly financially, time, and all the effort invested into entrepreneurship. It was frustrating at times of learning and not being satisfied with success financially. Keeping the mentality that pain and struggle always will lead to growth shifted my whole perspective on life for the better.

Please tell us about NeoCurly.
Neocurly is an all-natural hair product, a company that we advocate of “owning your beauty,” and we seek to empower others to embrace that stance. As my team and I pursued to create a community where people of all cultural backgrounds experience a sense of belonging, giving them a loving space and appreciating members to explore their authenticity encourages them to walk in the most genuine expressions of themselves.

Times in society have many that are the most creative and deserving of their opportunity only to get cut off short for uncontrollable reasons. We are catering to those who get overlooked to provide them with a chance to shine!

Do you look back particularly fondly on any memories from childhood?
When I was seven years old, walking around my neighborhood was going door to door, selling small oak trees in a wagon with my brother and childhood friend. My mother was growing in my backyard; it brought the idea to sell them around the neighborhood and invest the earnings back to the local charity. We eventually sold all of the oak trees. As it was my first introduction to entrepreneurship, it bred the passion for selling products to improve others.Contact Info:

Image Credit:
Jaleesa Charisse @jaleesacharisse
Kwesi Yanful @kwesithethird
Directdevin @directdevin

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