"Boy Meets Girl” Star Danielle Fishel Launched a Hair-Care Collection

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The vitamin-packed blend is made to fight free-radical damage with antioxidants, reduce inflammation, and stimulate circulation. "I think what people love about 'Topanga hair' is volume, shine, and the appearance of it being effortless," Fishel says, and she's confident Be Free can help facilitate exactly that without compromising on ingredients. "In that regard, yes, you can absolutely expect to get closer to Topanga hair!

Be Free Conditioner follows suit with ingredients like coconut oil, eggplant, maracuja oil, and black pepper seed oil to improve the condition of damaged hair and smooth frizz. "The products are super-lightweight but still great at taming frizz," Fishel tells Allure. "I actually even like my hair air-dried, and I never have before.

So why, all these years after her hair made a major impression on TV viewers, did Fishel finally get into the hair-care industry? "I have been approached many times since I was a kid about doing something in the hair or beauty space, but it was never something that interested me because there wasn't an organic reason for the collaboration," she tells Allure. "This line came from the purest place possible.

There's Jennifer Aniston's Rachel Green, Tempestt Bledsoe's Vanessa Huxtable, and Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie Bradshaw — but no head of hair has sparked more envy than that of Daniel Fishel and her character, Topanga, whose long, thick, dirty-blonde hair is still goals more than a quarter of a century after Boy Meets World debuted.

Fishel just launched Be Free, a small but mighty collection of hair products that emphasize the inclusion of effective ingredients and the exclusion of ingredients with questionable reputations.

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