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21.3.11

Head Wrap Workshop - Saturday 26th March 2011

I know this is a bit short notice to be advertising an event but nevertheless this Traditional Headwrap Workshop is a great opportunity to learn all you need to know about traditional headwraps! I actually went to a workshop by the same organiser and let me tell you, you will not be disappointed, these women know there stuff when it comes to natural hair care, styling and technique - in other words be there or be square!

TRADITIONAL HEADWRAP WORKSHOP

Join us for an interactive and practical session on the art of Head Wrapping. Head wraps are very popular and an inexpensive extension to your ‘fro which can be fun and fashionable, worn for protection from the rain, sun and environment and to add that personal touch to an outfit?


Putting on a head wrap may not look easy to some of you, but with many tries and from learning the basic techniques you will be able to create your crowning glory.


So join us in a warm and friendly atmosphere whether you’re a beginner or novice this workshop is for any sister looking to extend her outer beauty with traditional head wrap creations.


Saturday 26th March 2011
12:00pm (sharp) – 5:00pm


Schedule

  • Acquire knowledge of historical and cultural aspects of head dressing
  • Learn techniques on how to wrap Gele and Turban headwear
  • Learn to create different styles of head dress using a variety of material, texture and size.
  • Photograph in professional studio surroundings
  • Competition and prizes
  • Networking with sisters
  • Headwraps and natural hair products on sale


PRESENTATION AND DEMONSTRATIONS by:
Bunmi of Gele Fabulosity www.gele-fabulosity.com
Sister E of The Calabash Hub www.thecalabashhub.com

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • Head wraps will be provided but you are also welcome to bring your own.
  • Please bring protective head covering such as durag, silk or satin scarf.
  • The workshop takes place in a studio; therefore you will have the opportunity to take pictures so bring your accessories/makeup which will enhance the overall appearance.


VENUE:
SEMELLE STUDIOS
Unit 7, Newington Court Business Centre
64a, Newington Causeway
London
SE1 6DD

Nearest rail and tube: Elephant & Castle (Northern Line and Bakerloo Line)
Directions: From Elephant & Castle tube/rail station, walk along Newington Causeway towards Borough tube station, Ministry of Sound will be on your left, walk under railway bridge and immediately turn left towards the blue gates.
Limited off street parking available on a first come first served basis

LOVE CONTRIBUTION: Exclusive £15 offer until 19th March 2011 for advance tickets - includes food and refreshments. Tickets can be purchased on the main page of Naturally Nubian on the right hand side

Acquire your ticket early to avoid disappointment due to limited spaces at  http://naturallynubian01.blogspot.com/

For info contact:
Sister E: info@thecalabashhub.com
Naturally Nubian: naturallynubian@gmail.com
Hair We Grow Natural: www.hairwegrownatural.com


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