News: Hairfinity Names Actress Keshia Knight Pulliam as First Brand Ambassador

Hairfinity, the popular hair growth vitamin supplement by Brock Beauty Inc., has named actress Keshia Knight Pulliam as its first brand ambassador. Pulliam will make special appearances at promotional events and in advertisements for the best-selling beauty product.

“Keshia Knight Pulliam has maintained a healthy mane of hair her entire life,”said Tymeka Lawrence, President, Brock Beauty, Inc.“She was a natural choice as a brand ambassador for Hairfinity, as she exudes natural beauty inside and out. We’re excited to have her join the Brock Beauty family and serve as a shining example of the results that can be achieved by using Hairfinity.”

Added Pulliam, “I pride myself in living a healthy lifestyle. I’ve always had thick, strong hair, but your body changes and sometimes you have to try new things for an added boost. Hairfinity is a big part of my daily hair regimen and I couldn’t be more pleased. I look forward to sharing my experiences about this phenomenal product.”

Best known as Rudy Huxtable, the youngest daughter of Clair and Cliff Huxtable on the iconic television show, The Cosby Show, Pulliam has worked in show business since she was nine months old. During her time on The Cosby Show, Pulliam starred in a host of television movies, including Debbie Allen’s musical version of Pollyanna, Polly.  As a teen, she took several years off from acting to focus on school and graduated with honors from Spelman College in 2001.

She has since resumed her acting career and co-starred alongside Queen Latifah in Beauty Shop in 2005. She has also appeared in feature films, The Gospel and Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail.  Most recently, Pulliam starred in Tyler Perry’s TBS sitcom, House of Payne, for which she won three NAACP Image Awards for “Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.” She also appeared in the ABC reality television series, Splash, which showcased celebrities performing dives from extreme heights; NBC’s Guys with Kids; and Uplifting Entertainment’s (UPtv) The Love Letter.

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