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::EVENT:: Return of the Curls Holiday Trunk Show

I’m always excited when I have the opportunity to travel and meet my readers in other areas and this upcoming event I’m about to tell you about is no exception! Keenya Kelly has created an event called “Return of The Curls” and it is going to be an event filled with vendors, product swaps and also an opportunity to donate coats to support “Feed the City” in their efforts to bring warmth to those who are in unfortunate circumstances in Richmond, VA. I am so honored to be able to attend as a co-host for this event with such a great cause!

Thanks to Keenya, I have the opportunity to give away 2 VIP tickets and 2 REGULAR tickets to this event, taking place on November 18th in Richmond, VA. Please see the Rafflecopter widget below for details on how to enter! You must be able to attend the event in order to enter the contest.

 

Return of the Curls Holiday Trunk Show

You’ve experienced Return of the Curls Expo and Fashion Show, now come experience our Holiday Trunk Show!

Sunday November 18, 2012
Wingate at Wyndham Crossings
13991 North Gayton Rd
Richmond, Va 23233

Shouldn’t we be able to shop for ourselves for the holidays???
Shouldn’t naturals get together to do it??
Absolutely
At this event will have the AMAZING opportunity to spend a few hours with
Maeling Tapp of www.naturalchica.com, who will be sharing her Natural Hair Journey as well as a Q & A and Meet and Greet.
We will also have a very large Product Swap, so for those of you wanting to try some new products AT NO COST to you…..bring your gently used products
and you will be able to pick up a product to take home.
Tickets for this event are $10
(Keep reading to learn how you can get a $5 Ticket and help a family in need.)
The first 200 ladies to purchase tickets will receive an Exclusive Swag Bag filled with goodies.

ROTC is proud to support Feed The City in their effort to bring warmth to our brothers and sisters in Richmond, VA during the cold winter months. Their project Feed The City is dedicated to providing meals and necessary items for the displaced.
http://youtu.be/mebxdQ_BSLQ (Click link for video)

ROTC’s pledge is to donate 300 of coats. Help us meet this goal!

As a special pricing entrance fee, by bringing a coat to donate to this cause,

you will receive half off the admission fee!!!

You’ll receive this special priced admission and someone will receive the warmth of your generous donation.
Imagine how we can impact Richmond!

We are grateful for this partnership and look forward to meeting the needs of our dearly beloved in RVA!

(Disclaimer: ROTC will gladly accept as many coats that you wish to donate.

However, this offer is only extended to one discount person admission.)

So gather your CurlFriends, clean out those closets and let’s bless RVA!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  • Jessica Bennett November 4, 2012, 10:36 pm

    My number one question for caring for my natural hair is, how should natural hair be kept overnight? Thank you

  • Ebony Hall November 4, 2012, 11:00 pm

    The number one question is what is the best way to keep your hair detangled?

  • Ebony Hall November 4, 2012, 11:51 pm

    Is it good to have a weekly wash regamine?

  • Carrington Goins November 5, 2012, 10:04 am

    What styles can be done for short natural hair and how do you know which products you should use for type of hair? For example, which products work better with certain types of hair. Hope this makes sense. Thank you!

  • Latashia Morgan November 5, 2012, 3:09 pm

    My #1 natural hair question……How on earth do I keep my hair moisturized? ,I have turned into a complete hair junkie……

  • Sherice Jones November 5, 2012, 4:04 pm

    My number one tip when it comes to natural hair care is take your time. Most style and care comes out with better results when you don’t rush the process.

  • Dana Johnson November 8, 2012, 8:40 pm

    My #1 tip is to moisturize! Most people of African descent have naturally dry hair. Then, after processing and coloring, especially with bleach products, our hair loses even more moisture. It takes time, but figure out what works best for your hair type and roll with it! Moisture is vital to healthy hair.

    A moist ‘fro is a beautiful ‘fro!

    DanaJ

  • Taylor November 9, 2012, 11:52 pm

    Hi, Im excited to to participate and ask questions about being natural and comfortable! I just went natural a week ago and my hair is extremely dry. I’ve bought products, but just need help in keeping my hair moisturized while keeping a style. Any advice?

  • latoya November 11, 2012, 3:58 pm

    My number 1 tip for caring for natural hair is to keep a spray bottle handy.

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