America’s Next Natural Model News!

Mango Jamaican & Lime!
From the fertile hills of Jamaica, the Rasta Group company brings us a recipe to beautifully groom locks and twists.

7This sponsor wanted the models of America’s Next Natural Model to picture how well their blend of ancient ingredients work and enhance any type of hair that you want to have twisted or locked.

Visit http://going-natural.com to see how well the models pictured Rasta Group wishes.

The Score
After the Sula NYC challenge there is a new top three. With this new top three, the competition is far from over. Stay tuned. Keep voting and commenting. The models need you. Your vote is worth 1 point and your comment 3 points.

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America’s Next Natural Model News!

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The new photos of America’s Next Natural Model are up and allow you to see a whole new side of natural models.

So visit the site to read their reviews of Sula NYC products and see the gorgeous photos of this challenge.

The Score
Voting for challenge 1 ended on Sunday. Besides the judges, your votes and comments have also decided the winner. So visit http://going-natural.com to see who is up and who is out and let us know if you agree.

Who’s out?
One of the models is out after the first challenge. Do you know who it is?

Visit Miss Nappturality 09

and invite friends and family to visit Going-Natural.com to choose America’s Next Natural Model before it’s over.

The Pursuit of Nappiness; Bad hair at its best!

The Pursuit of Nappiness; Bad hair at its best!

This photo exhibit is a must see for every one who ever thought Black people had “bad” hair. It pictures a hardly exposed world, in which natural African hair is the rule rather than an exception, to reveal the new meaning of “bad” hair.

Struck by the beauty and the versatility of natural styles at the annual BAM Fair in Brooklyn, Mireille Liong realized that this was the first time in her adult life that she entered a community where African hair was so dominant that it seemed normal. She started to take pictures to reveal this amazing experience. The result is an unprecedented collection of over a 1000 photos that illustrates bad hair at its best in the Pursuit of Nappiness.

A compilation of these images will be on display at the Casa Frela Gallery in Manhattan New York from November 1st to November 30th. It’s the photographer’s hope that exposure to her collection leads to more natural choices as well as a broader acceptance of afro-centric hair in a society where straight hair is the norm.

The openings reception on November 1st will be followed by special events scheduled on Sundays. Besides the screening of the award winning documentary My Nappy Roots, there will also be a hairstyling and head wrap demonstration. The Pursuit of Nappiness will stylishly come to a close with a natural hair show on the last Sunday.

Mireille Liong is the author of the groundbreaking book, “Going Natural, How to Fall in Love with Nappy Hair, currently ranked number one at Amazon.com.” She is also the owner of http://Going-Natural.com, a natural hair portal where visitors can learn all about natural hair care, styling options and catch a sneak peek at Liong’s work.

The Pursuit of Nappiness

Openings reception: 11/1/2008 at 7:00 pm
Casa Frela Gallery 11/1/2008 – 11/30/2008

http://casafrela.com/
47 West 119th St.
New York, NY 10026
212-722-8577

Directions:
From Downtown Manhattan by Subway:
Take the “Uptown #2 or #3” train to 116th Street. Exit onto Lenox Ave and walk 3 blocks to 119th Street.