’90s kids, rejoice!
It’s been a minute since we were first introduced to Danielle Fishel‘s character Topanga Lawrence and her iconic mane on Boy Meets World, but now — over two decades later — you are one step closer to achieving the voluminous look you’ve been dying for thanks to the actress’ newest venture.
On Wednesday (December 4), Fishel launched her own cruelty-free and vegan hair care line Be Free by Danielle Fishel and I was one of the first to test the products at a special launch party in New York City this week.
Be Free by Danielle Fishel is a three product line that includes a shampoo, conditioner and scalp refresh that are full of argan oil, chamomile, hops and garlic. The best part? They are free of sulfates, sodium chloride, phosphates, gluten, parabens, phthalates, and fragrance!
“The purpose of Be Free is to give people a reliable option for healthy and effective hair care. You should know what you’re putting into and on your body, but the natural hair care options you have been given have sacrificed efficacy,” the brand says on their website.
Sitting right next to me in the wash and styling chairs, an ecstatic Fishel gave the full backstory on how Be Free came to life and why its so important to look at the ingredients you use on your scalp.
Since hearing her son’s heartbeat during her eight-week ultrasound, she realized that every decision she made was now affecting someone other than herself. “I wanted to be as healthy as possible while refusing to sacrifice the effectiveness of the products I use,” she says.
After getting my hair washed with the color-safe Shampoo and hydrating Conditioner, the stylist added the Scalp Refresh in my hair and it did wonders. Putting a sample into my hand, the Scalp Refresh seeped right into my skin and left no sticky and greasy residue, giving you the ‘Topanga shine’ that you fell in love with back in the ’90s. In addition, Fishel says the Scalp Refresh is ideal for new moms who may be dealing with postpartum hair loss, as “it pledges to pause the production of DHT (dihydrotestosterone),” which is known to contribute to hair thinning.
Take a look at the final results from both me and Danielle below and let us know what you think of the products by either leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @celebsecrets.
Be Free products are now available on befreebydaniellefishel.com.