Hair care seminar set
The natural approach is highlighted
Trichologist and natural hair designer Kari Williams, Ph.D., will hold the seminar “All Things Natural” on Feb. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Hotel Angeleno’s Canyon Ballroom, 170 N. Church Lane in Los Angeles. She will be joined by Nicole Harmon, cosmetic chemist and founder of HairLiberty.org
They will discuss treatment for common scalp disorders and how to grow healthy hair. Tickets are $40, $65 and $85. For more information go to allthingsnatural.evenbrite.com or drkariwilliams.com.
“I am Black but comely, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, as the tents of Kedar, as the curtains of Solomon. Look not upon me because I am Black because the sun hath scorched me.” —Song of Solomon
The 1960s not only birthed a political revolution, it created a Black cultural renaissance that impacted music, art, beauty and fashion. Known as the “Black is Beautiful” movement, the era brought a renewed sense of identity and pride.
We women tend to believe that much of our physical beauty lies in our hair, its texture, the way we wear it and its length. Although it doesn’t necessarily hold true, many women believe wavy, curly, and silky hair has the best texture. But does hair define who we are? Our passion for hair has become an expression of fitting with what many consider “good hair.” As we tend to search for what we call “good hair” we often find ourselves spending more money on hair extensions than we realize.