Last year’s winner is….

Last year’s winner is….

Black hairIn a thrilling Internet Pageant that took place on going-natural.com, America’s Next Natural Model is finally announced. The competition was interesting, exiting and tough.

 

A Historic Bad Hair Pageant

 

In a thrilling Internet Pageant that took place on going-natural.com, America’s Next Natural Model is finally announced. The competition was interesting, exiting and tough. Ten beautiful ambitious natural heads worked hard to try to become the new face of Eden Body Works. A company that quickly expanded after 15 year old founder Jasmine Lawrence appeared on the Oprah show and shared her story. She started her own natural hair care line after a disastrous experience with a relaxer.

The goal of this annual competition is to take natural African hair to the next level in order to seek its righteous place in the beauty industry, the fashion world and even the workplace. In their quest to win the pageant, ten aspiring models completed ten challenges in ten exhilarating weeks. Delivering great pictures week after week takes quite an effort and it soon proved to be too challenging for some of the contestants. Competition remained tough throughout the pageant and only six of the initial ten chosen candidates managed to complete all the tasks.

The jury had a hard time choosing but after a week long deliberation they finally announced the 23-year-old aspirant model and actress from the Seattle area, Tiana Tamara Townsell, the winner. She won the most challenges, delivered the best pictures and won the popular vote. The winning pictures of America’s Next Natural Model 08 are on http://going-natural.com as well as an extensive interview that tells you more about Tiana Tamara Townsell.

With this successful event the owner of the website Mireille Liong writes history. America’s Next Natural Model is the first pageant in the world that celebrates natural African hair. Still, the true beauty of going-natural.com and its competition is the concept of using new technology to challenge the ancient fallacies of “bad hair” that are still alive in today’s world. The slideshow on the front page of the website underscores the concept by exposing “bad hair” at its best in the pursuit of Nappiness. More info on http://going-natural.com.

 

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