Every Memorial Day weekend The Brooklyn Academy Music (BAM) has an African Arts festival that includes an array of food, clothes, art, jewelry, hair care items and so much more. One of the main events at BAM is the African dance performance that features a different African dance theme each year. This year a company from Cuba is the main attraction. I saw them perform last week during a preview show and they were spectacular.
After watching their dance routine, for the first time in a long time, I thought about continuing my African dance training. I always enjoyed that style of dance because it can be very magical and the steps tell a story with lots of personality.
This year at BAM I was asked to be a hair model for Going Natural hair care products. The founder of Going Natural told her hair story on Permed to Natural. Check out her feature Here. I had two strand twists put in using Going Natural’s No More Knots leave-in conditioner and Silky Shea Hair Butter.
Check out the pictures from BAM and my hair modeling experience below.
Before the two strand twist I wore a curly afro.
Luv her curls.
Red head diva.
Check out this silver fox. She doesn’t understand why her natural mane recieves so much attention.