Beach beauty Kelly Rowland was spotted in Miami, Florida over the weekend getting her sun n’ fun on. The Like This vocalist has been making news lately for not only her upcoming lifestyle and travel show, but news that she is already working on her third solo CD, as well as there being a possible 2009 reunion of her group, Destiny’s Child. The singer is also poised to release a children’s book in 2009- which she started work on late last year and just recently completed. And not content with just keeping her name in the news in this country, it seems Kelly, or better yet, Kelly’s hair (weave), has been making news half-way around the world as well.
According to the South African Times:
The Advertising Standards Authority has dismissed a consumer’s complaint about a haircare commercial featuring American singer Kelly Rowland. Prince Mamburu lodged a complaint about the Dark & Lovely commercial that is flighted on SA television. It features the singer with a shiny and bouncy straight bob hairstyle that Mamburu said was misleading because the singer was in fact wearing a weave. In the ad Rowland promises that the cream relaxer will result in “smoother, longer and silky soft” hair. But Mamburu’s complaint was dismissed after the manufacturer argued that a “similar” result could be achieved depending on the consumer’s natural hair.
To be convinced, the ASA brought in an independent hair specialist, Brian Warfield, who confirmed this. Warfield stated that the end result depended not only on the product, but also on the length, texture and density of the hair. “In his opinion, a result like the one depicted on Kelly Rowland’s hair is achievable using the Dark & Lovely relaxer, styling and aftercare products,” the ASA said. Warfield pointed out that a professional hairstylist could achieve results depicted on any product package, whereas a person doing their own hair at home would not be able to duplicate that type of style or movement.
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