Chaka Khan Finally Has Her Own Hair Line

Chaka Khan
Photo Credit: Chaka By Indique

It was bound to happen. It almost seems mandatory that music legend with the larger-than-life voice wailing out songs for our soul and a crown of hair to match would pull up with her own hair collection. And, that is exactly what Chaka Khan has done.

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The 10-time Grammy winner and all-around icon has just given all Chaka wannabe’s (basically, those of us who just want gloriously big hair) life with the Chaka by Indique collection.

Chaka Khan The Chaka
Photo Credit: The Chaka

Starting off with just two options — the iKhanic Curl and iKhanic Straight — the exclusive wig collection is everything you need to create looks repping Chaka’s textured looks.

“My hair has always been arguably as iconic as my voice,” says Chaka in a statement announcing the new line. “This collaboration with Indique allows me to share a piece of myself with “Every Woman Every Wear.”

Chaka launched the new line with her longtime hairstyle George Fuller and Indique’s founder Ericka Dotson.

“Never in my wildest dreams would I have thought that I would be partnering with my favorite hair icon, the one, and only Chaka Khan,” Ericka said in a statement. “This is a major moment in the hair extension industry, and I’m thrilled to offer the Chaka experience to everyone who loves Indique.”

iKhanic Curl
iKhanic Curl // Chaka By Indique

The iKhanic Curl is an 18″ kinky coily unit with a 4×4 freestyle parting lace closure created using 10.5 oz of Indique’s Bounce Coil Curly hair. It retails for $699 and up and is available for purchase now.

The iKhanic Straight features a blown-out textured look with similar lace closure. No word yet on when you get your hands on this one.

For more info, visit Chaka by Indique.

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