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About Us

Who is Divine Curls?

About us photo, Davonne with childrenDivine Curls was founded by me, Davonne. I’m a Munich transplant, originally hailing from Boston (USA). After arriving in Germany, I was faced with the common challenge many culturally diverse women face: What in the world am I going to do with my hair here?!

After a botched relaxer and several failed attempts with different hair stylists, I decided I needed a drastic change – I needed to kick my creamy crack habit. I got off “the crack” February 2012 and I haven’t looked back! I will admit – I wasn’t completely opened to the idea at first. I was practically forced to go natural because no one in Germany knew how to care for my hair like I was used to back home. Plus, I got tired of trying to explain what I wanted done to my hair with my basic-level German.

In the meantime, as a busy mom, I’m always looking for easy-to-do hairstyles that are still stylish and preserve my natural hair. And since many hair products for natural haired girls are not widely available in Germany, I started making my own hair creams, gels, shampoos, deep conditioners, hair rinses, etc.

That’s when I decided that I needed to change the game in Germany. Why shouldn’t curly-haired women have the same product availability?

Whether you have wavy, curly or kinky hair – you’ve come to the right spot! Feel free to shop around, contribute in the comments section or share your expertise.

Yours truly and stay curly,

 Divine Curls, Davonne, Signature

8 Tidbits About Me

What’s the best way to start the day?

Coffee, breakfast and working out; in that order.

Do you collect anything?

I started to collect antique pieces. I’ve received a few pieces as gifts and found some great finds online. For my next project, I’m planning to refurbish outdated furniture pieces.

What takes up too much of your time?

Picking up after my kids.

How do you relax after a hard day of work?

A glass of red wine and Netflix.

What’s your favorite genre of book?

Mystery and crime novels.

What fad or trend do you hope comes back?

Big 80’s-styled hair.

List two pet peeves?

When people don’t hold the door open for others behind them and when people chew with their mouth open.

Do you take leftovers home when you eat out?

Of course! I know a handful of people who despise leftovers. I’m definitely not one of them.

What’s the best way a person can spend their time?

Good food with good friends and lots of laughs.

What movie can you watch over and over without ever getting tired of?

Coming to America