Curls In Business with Holly Perry

By StrawbsGirl

Curly hair is wild and untamed like a lion but even an untamed lion is one to take caution with; I can assure you curly hair does not bite, for the most part. I sat down with Holly Perry of Posh Little Button to talk about her awesome shop, her equally if not more awesome curls, and people who feel it’s acceptable verbalize their disapproval of other’s hair choices in the workplace – Spoiler – it’s not. Here is our Q&A I kept it short and sweet as she was busy with lots of orders to complete! (Link to shop down below- seriously her items are so cute!)

This is StrawbsGirl and I’m here with Holly Perry – this is Curls in Business! My first question for you is what made you start trying The Curly Girl Method?

“I saw that my sister’s hair started getting really curly and I was a little jelly! I wanted some of those curls.”

Who are you? 

“I’m Holly with Posh Little Button!”

Do you ever straighten your hair still?

“No because I’m too lazy!”

As a mother of two curly haired boys, how do you manage?

“Wet, product and go!”

What’s one hair style you’ve always wanted to try?

“I’ve always wanted to dye my hair a bunch of different colors – rainbow style.”

What’s one hair style you’ve always regretted trying?

“Probably straightening my hair.”

If a hair company named a product inspired by you, what would they name it?

“Posh funky do’s!”

What product would it be?

“It would be a curly girl hair product that allows you to put color in your hair without damaging it.”

What are you passionate about?

“Charms, jewelry, creating!”

Your husband shaves his head so I’m sure his routine is far shorter than yours, do you ever get jealous of his easy routine?

“Sometimes I want to shave my head like his and just live the easy life.”

If your hair had a super power, what power would it have?

“It does have a super power and it’s keeping me warm in the winter time.”

What’s your worst salon experience?

“Somebody who gets really scissor happy!”

Have you ever cut someone’s hair yourself and butchered it?

“Yes my five year old – Sorry!”

Diffuser, conditioner, gel – one has to go – which one is it?

“Definitely gel.”

If you dyed your hair what color would you dye it?


What’s the rudest thing someone has said to you regarding your curly hair?

“Somebody told me, and this really made me upset, they said my hair looked like the dead presidents!”

What’s the nicest compliment you’ve received about your hair?

“Where did you buy your weave?”

Some people consider curly hair unprofessional, unkept, and unwelcome in the work place, what words do you have for these people?

“What should I straighten my hair to look more professional? That’s ridiculous! I think they are just being closed minded.”

What products have you tried that do not mix well together?

“Gel and conditioner.”

What is your go-to product like?

“Probably a leave-in conditioner.”

Are you more confident with curly hair or more self-conscious?

“More confident.”

What advice do you have for those who are just starting out?

“Keep going because it’s going to get curlier.”

If you could be any animal what animal would you be?

“I would be a – well I love giraffes but I really don’t’ want to walk around with those long necks – I would say a lion because they are badass and nobody’s going to mess with them.”

What inspires you?

“Junk food.”

Someone comes up to you and touches your hair, saying how beautiful it is, but they didn’t ask – smile or sneer?

“I usually just kinda smile and walk away quickly like hahaha thanks yeah!”

Do you think it would be easier if you just had straight hair?

“No because straight hair still gets tangled.”

What’s something someone should NOT say to people with curly hair?

“You look like George Washington.”

There you have it! Curls In Business presents Q&A with Holly Perry by StrawsGirl! If you would like to be a part of the conversation or simply follow along email below and follow @Curlsinbusiness and @Strawbsgirl on instagram.

4 thoughts on “Curls In Business with Holly Perry”

  1. It’s really good to hear others share their hair stories. I believe women have a real struggle to gain the right to positively express their natural selves through their hair from a very early age. My hair is expressing itself as I learn how to care for it in its natural state. I fix it one way but I have no idea how it’s going to look in an hour, especially on hot humid days. But I continue to say, when I look in the mirror, this is who I am. This is the best of me, and I absolutely love being the unedited natural version of my ideal self.


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