Celebrity Natural Hair Stylist Felicia Leatherwood Sets The Mood for Seeds Of Luv Natural Hair Event – Boston – Photos
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Thank goodness that there are Naturalistas like Marie Compere who are stepping up to the plate to fill that void! Marie is the owner of Luv My Natural Curls Boutique and the brainchild behind the 4th annual Seeds of Luv natural hair event.
The event, which took place on Saturday, February 1st in Randolph Massachusetts was hosted by Rica Elysee, and Stell Roberts. Elysee, the organizer of Boston’s Natural Hair Meetup group, is making tsunami-size waves on the natural hair scene in Boston. Elysee and Roberts did a wonderful job with keeping the crowd engaged and excited about the day.
Highlights of the event included:
- Hair care tips from Ken Burkeen, Founder of the Huetiful Hair Steamer. Two lucky winners snagged a Huetiful steamer!
- The smooth musical stylings of songstress Tori Tori.
- Great vendors including visual artist and jewelry designer Tarra Lu, t-shirt/book vendor My2Cents4UBlog.com, and natural hair product vendor
- Koils By Nature among others great vendors.
As if this wasn’t enough, Felicia Leatherwood fielded direct questions from Naturalistas for more than an hour on topics ranging from how to maintain moisture in natural hair to choosing the products that are best for your particular hair type. Be on the lookout for detailed blog posts on some of the tips shared at the event!
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