Hello all I’m after some help with some business names
Basically it would be to smooth frizzy hair back in place , any suggestions will be appreciated would love for it to be no more then 2 or 3 words
If it’s a liquid, could be ‘Frizzle drizzle’
"not soul glo"
Everyone seems to like this but it’s just to long :)
Make Hair Great Again
No more Frizz
Frizz be GONE!
😘😘😘 you guys are great , loving each one
Catchphrase: 'fo shizzle, no frizzle
Life's pretty straight with Layla
Lol basically but still after some more names. So please suggest :)
Big whoosh indeed
@capslock janitor: If I have to explain it, it's not funny anymore…
rompastompa commented first. OP's name is Layla. "Life's pretty straight" is to reference two things, firstly that it's straight-hair due to their services, hence, no frizz. OP missed this joke. Pretty smart and funny, and a big "r/whoosh" that the joke went above their head.
The second reference is that straight means heterosexual, is that it is an adult joke, that Layla's services means people are something*something. Also a whoosh.
@Kangal: ahh i caught both meanings, in case it was something extra lol
smooth frizzy hair back in place sounds good
Layla’s Touch ;)
Loving frizznomore :)
Hahah I wish it would stay frizz free for more then 2 secs
None Ya Frizzness
Literally spat my coffee out with this one
Jizz the Frizz.
one application will hold for 6 hours+
Natures hair solution
No Frizzle My Nizzle
Frizzless - to frizz less
Frizzstraight - straighten that frizz
FoFF (F'off Frizzy aFro) - [email protected] off the Frizzy aFro
DeFrizz - lets DeFrizz
Just Let Yo Sooooul Glo, Just let it shine through
Just let yo Soul Glo oooh
Or variations of: Taymd, Taym'd, Taimed etc.
FrizzLab, WiggleLab, WiggleWays, FrizzFinale
Smooth N' Easy. That's what your client wants anyway.
Yesss this is exactly what they want , nice 👍
Jim's Frizzle Services
FDC (Friz Detention Centre)
Friz in Quarrantine
(Fabulous Friz Solution)
Lol I laughed but no.
Slick sticks - slyk styx (if you like consonants or mythology)
🙌 yesssss give me more of these consonants / mythology words
Straight 2 U
FRIZZ. Stop right there!
Frizz by the Kardashians
Actually, ^ is great, I'll see if I can add-on.
Frizz A Jolly Good Fellow
Follow the tech formula…
Thanks You everyone who suggested some names 😘😘😘
What name did you go with?
I haven't picked one but when I do I’ll definitely let you all know :)
I think OP frizzed off and left us in the lurch
lol still here reading comments:)
We Don't Sell Cheese
Don't choose a name that is too specific as it's hard to include other products and services in the future.
I was actually thinking about this .. I would love to expand if my business allows me To..
For example can’t really sell eyelashes if the business name is frizz free hair or frizz be gone!! Though I do appreciate everyone’s suggestions
Why is a business name so hard :/
Any name suggestions
Try something more generic related to beauty for the business, and something more specific for the product/service.
He's right, came here to say this.
Your product name should be "Frizzleblaster5050" (obviously not) and your business name should be "Complete haircare solutions 42069" (obviously not)
NoFrizz & OtherBiz
King Frizzard and the Lizard Wizard
F R I Z Z L E S N A K E !
Fresh or Frizzon
Tame your mane
Straight down under.
How about simply "Going Straight"?
Good one :)
if i ever start a business, i'm going straight to ozbargain forums for name ideas of the business AND products.
I am just missing the business name
So hard :s
While I don't have any good ideas, my advice is you're asking for a product name, not a business name.
Your business shouldn't be the name of your product, as it makes expansion into other products awkward.
This is correct…
your business name should be your name
Stainless steel hair!
Straight Up Hair Care
Wax on, Frizz off
Thank you for the suggestion but the last thing I want my name on the product :s
Mind ya frizness
I don't have any ideas (terrible with this… I'm in strategy and i can't ever even name a project haha).
Anyway, my advice is don't name your business after a product, in case you branch out / diversify, your branding won't help.
For example, so your current product/service is removing frizz, you call your product FrizzOff or something… but then you develop a product that gives curls or something… Curls by FrizzOff doesnt really work. People tend to know the product, not the company anyway.
In saying that, all of the above comments from others could work for the product name… so you're onto a winner anyway
ha, just scrolled up and saw @cheesebeans had the exact same advice. my bad!