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This accomplished weekend the admirable ladies of the Curly Babe Collective brought CurlFest to Atlanta, Georgia for the aboriginal time. The anniversary has been captivated in New York City for the aftermost six years, but it was time for the cast to expand. CurlFest is a anniversary of curls, coils, and culture, captivated up in absolute activity and Black babe magic.
Attendees came and acclaimed their curls, melanin, and #blackgirlmagic at Candler Park. The anniversary is accepted for showcasing women’s empowerment and creating a safe amplitude for anybody in the community. Women abounding up on articles for the accomplished ancestors sponsored by Crème of Nature, Cantu, Suave Beauty, Kiss Products, Shine ‘n Jam, Bronner Bros. and abounding more.
BET Social batten with the co-founders of the Curly Babe Collective: Charisse Higgins, Tracey Coleman, Gia Lowe, Simone Mair, and Melody Henderson on their blush carpeting to altercate their abiding affairs for the anniversary and legislation to end ancestral bigotry based on hairstyles.
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“The bristles of us accept been talking about demography it on the road. We consistently get inquiries from all over. We got an analysis not too continued ago for CurlFest to appear to Russia! So, any country you can anticipate of has accomplished out to us. Yes, we will booty it internationally,” said Charisse.
The founders additionally addressed the legislation, the “Crown Act” as they gave their aperture remarks.
“The ‘Crown Act’ focuses on any bigotry on your accustomed hair. Ending any bigotry — period. And we are abutting the affiliation that is activity to actuate this to move forward. Your alarm to activity as a allotment of that movement is to go to Crown Act.com and booty a pledge. That agreement helps us and the affiliation and the CrownAct brings legislation to added cities and added states,” said Gia Lowe.
Panels at CurlFest, which additionally accurate Black-owned businesses, included “Caring For Type 4 Hair,” “Boss Babes,” “Honor My Beauty, It’s The Law,” and “No Curl Left Behind.” Attendees abstruse how to become acknowledged entrepreneurs, and adorableness and affairs experts.
Go to CurlFest.com for added information.