African American Hair Care

Posted by on Aug 4, 2009 in Classes | 0 comments

African-American Hair Care is presented in a three-part series

 Instructor(s): Trina Jones and Joy Mack
 When: April 6, 13 and 27, 2014
 Time: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm on all 3 dates
 Where:  Please see below

Cost: $100/person

Cancellation Policy

Part 1 on February 2nd workshop will be at Adoption Mosaic, 3534 SE Main, Portland, OR 97206 – Watching videos, discussing the culture of hair & resources. We will aslo be diving in with hands on learning to braid. Take home practice materials will be provided!
Part 2 on February 9th workshop will be at the Jayah Rose Salon, 12 NE Shaver St, Portland, OR 97212 – Hands on
Part 3 on February 23rd workshop will be at the Jayah Rose Salon, 12 NE Shaver St, Portland, OR 97212 – Hands on

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A common worry among transracial adoptive parents, of a child of African decent, is how to properly care for our child’s hair. There are many things to worry about as a new parent—and while hair care is extremely important for a variety of reasons—caring for your child’s hair shouldn’t be one of them. Caring for your child’s hair can be a fun bonding ritual.

Adoption Mosaic has teamed up with the stylists at the Jayah Rose Salon to bring you a fun, informative, instructional workshop that will cover hair care basics.

Topics will include:

  • Basic braiding
  • Advanced braiding
  • Quick styles
  • Skin care basics
  • Information on hair care products
  • The history of cultural attitudes about hair
  • Resources
Adoption Mosaic would like to extend a special thank you to the wonderful owners and stylists at The Jayah Rose Salon, a full service salon and spa, for the use of their space and their commitment to helping us make this series a success!
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