With over 20 years of experience and proven success in sales and research, Yetunde Jude is a recognized veteran black hair care expert, a talented book author and a successful internet marketing professional. She is passionate, competent, focused and result-driven.
Jude acquired her Bachelors of Science degree with majors in management in 1997 from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA.
She pursued ‘Let’s Talk Hair’ content writing and web development project in 1998 in which she developed, designed and provided content for the website and also designed an online marketing strategy plan that proved to be a massive success. It drew outstanding traffic for the site and helped it establish a strong and impactful brand identity.
In 2009, she authored her book ‘Black Hair Care Revolution’. Her book is available in stores such as Barnes and Noble, Wholefoods, natural health food based stores and online. She is a woman who has achieved success in every walk of life and continues to excel. Jude has demonstrated unmatched success in book sales, internet marketing, content development, brand recognition, research and development, product distribution and as a hair care product developer. She has wowed the world once again with the launch of her new and all-natural hair care product line-Yelani. Yelani products are specifically designed and created for women with naturally curly hair.
Her product line features chemical free hair care products made from 100% natural ingredients. It boasts a hair conditioning shampoo, corrective hydrating hair mask, build up blaster clarity shampoo, leave in conditioner, hair oil treatment and a one-of-a-kind patented hair comb. The Finger Comb is designed to detangle and part thick curly hair. All Yelani products aim to provide moisture and shine while strengthening and stimulating hair growth at the root.
In August of 2017, she released her newest product, Hi Dry® Shower Cap. Yelani’s patent pending washable HiDry Shower Cap protects heat styled hairdos.The patent-pending technology contains a moisture absorbing membrane that pulls the moisture build-up that forms when the scalp releases heat as the body temperature rises from either a warm bath or hot shower. Its water resistant properties allow for small particles of moisture to escape from the inside while keeping the larger water molecules out.