and lot more. Just an update you don’t want to miss.
These passed two weeks have been just crazy busy. Not only was there Heads Up, a celebration that no one who ever cared the slightest bit about their strands would want to miss, I was also privileged to do a bridal shoot with models who graciously brought out the beauty of their dresses, hairstyles and headpieces.
The Natural Bride
For this new Bridal season the ladies behind respectively Cassandra Bromfield, Khamit Kinks and Beauloni Style came together. If you are getting married this year or attend a wedding, you have to see these gowns, hairstyles and headpieces. No doubt that these uniquely gorgeous creations will bring you and your lover in the marriage mood. You don’t want to miss this slideshow. Read more >>>
Then of course there is the controversy about the Tyra Show. The Good Hair discussion broke loose everywhere. We have an interview with the only natural head on the panel. You will definitely find it interesting in what she was to say.
Heads Up Hairitage was more than just a hair event. It was a historic gathering that celebrated the history of our roots since the beginning of times till today’s date. Organizers Anu Prestionia, Maitefa Angaza and Melba Tolliver deserve every inch of credit for bringing together the intellectuals, stylists, artists and pioneers of the natural hair world for an inspiring hairitage dialog. Read more >>>
I like to thank each and every one of you who could make it to the Heads Up celebration and helped making the event as successful. I am humbled by your heartfelt responses and inspired to continue this wonderful journey of celebrating our nappy roots.
For those of you who asked how I got my fro like that and what product I use, it’s the Silky Shea Hair Butter. You can get it right here in the NapShop. Maybe it should be called Silky Afro Butter?
Now I hope you enjoy this update as much as I enjoyed putting it together. I look forward to your comments.