Taaliyah Hermanstein said:October 30, 2013 3:39 am PST
I am 7 years old and I attended this seminar with my mother. I have learnt how to maintain my hair, I have learnt what products I should use in my hair and I have learnt how to comb my hair.
I loved the seminar, I have even made video clips of how you should maintain your hair, I enjoyed it very much. I tell everyone of my friends on what they should do with their hair and even my grandma.
I now wash and condition my own hair and often tell my mum when it is time to co-wash my hair. I comb my own hair and attempt to style it myself. Thanks to hair today and hair tomorrow everyone needs to learn how important it is to love your hair.
Kids should learn about their hair and should attend this seminar with their mothers you will not be disappointed
Claudine Collins-Hermanstein said:October 30, 2013 2:21 am PST
I attended the Hair today and hair tomorrow seminar and it was well worth it. When I was 16 I had long natural hair, but did not know how to maintain my natural beauty, and so I went ahead and permed my hair. It was the easiest thing to do and much easier to manage. Years down the line, I noticed my hair starting to get thin and lacked body, and so i made a decision to grown my hair natural but needed to learn how to maintain it. The seminar was all and what I needed, it was informative, it allowed me to learn a lot about natural hair and the fact that black hair can actually grown long if you maintain and keep good care of your hair. I did my big chop in June 2012 and it has now been a year, and I have done everything to care for my hair thanks to Hair today and hair tomorrow, I can see great results and I embrace my kinky curls.
Renita Patterson said:October 28, 2013 1:50 am PST
I attended a hair today hair tomorrow event in October and I must say it was very informative and inspiring. I have always been a natural hair lover and I have never used perm or the over use of extensions and weaves. The most enjoyable part of the event for me was finding out about the different products that won't harm my hair as there so many hair products out there that just damage your hair. Natasha is great she was very professional in her manner and how she led the event and spoke to all those that attended. Black women need a products like these to encourage them to be comfortable in their own hair. Lucky for me I was also a winner of the prize draw where I won a free tub of gel which was great. Overall I recommend the products and I will return to an event in the future.
A Grateful Sister of Beauty said:September 27, 2013 11:57 pm PST
Dear Hair Today And Hair Tomorrow
I have been so inspired from your workshop last week that I have stepped out in a big way than I would normally and am embracing what God has blessed me with, natural beautiful hair! For years, I hid behind braids, weaves, plaits to the extend where my hair is receding at the front. But THANK YOU, you inspired me so much, yesterday I finally took out the extensions, cut off straggling perm and am now looking to maintain and manage my own hair! I look forward to your next workshop and will definitely be bringing friends along who too will benefit greatly from your workshop. Thank you again so, much.
A grateful sister of beauty.
Amanda said:September 11, 2013 2:09 pm PST
I have attended your hair discovery event on Saturday 7th September 2013 and I just want to say thank you for such a very informative session. The service you give is very much required in the Community. I will be attending your next event and I cant wait for the work shop. For what you give I think £10.00 entry fee is more than reasonable, I will be taking some friends along with me.
Ladies if you haven't yet attend, you should and see for yourself I promise you won't regret it.
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