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natural hair show

Many in the curly community are eagerly anticipating the 2010 World Natural Hair, Health & Beauty Show, to be held April 10-11 this year.

The show, which takes place at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta, includes new consumer and professional workshops, the best natural hair, braiding, locing and barber competitions, Da Poetz Corner, The Children's Corner, WNHH&BS CoverHealthy eating and nutrition information, the latest in healthy hair and beauty products and services and so much more.

The Natural Hair, Health and Beauty Show is always filled with excitement, beautiful people, beautiful fragrances, music and a sea of information on natural hair, health and beauty.

The show's official website says: "Come and see why Natural Hair is the official other choice for hair care. Natural hair is mainstream. Actors, sports figures, models, doctors, anchormen/women, children, etc. are wearing a variety of styles with natural textures. Even weave-wearers are choosing hair with tighter curl patterns as they too want the look of natural hair. More people are embracing their natural beauty-and history repeats itself again as other nationalities desire the look of natural styles as well. Now the show has even more to offer as larger numbers of people both nationally and globally embrace the beauty of natural hair."

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Don't you feel empowered, reading that? There will be several NaturallyCurly.com representatives at the show; you'll know them by their NaturallyCurly bags and t-shirts. If you see one, walk up and introduce yourself! Share some curl love! And then add a comment below, telling us about your experience. We can't wait to hear from you!

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I went yesterday and had a wonderful experience. It was so nice to see so many natural styles and textures all in one place. I was disappointed that a lot of the vendors did not provide samples especially Uncle Funky's Daughter after I spent $45 on products. Hopefully next year they, as well as other popular vendors, will step up their game. I felt confident spending the cash since their products have gotten positive reviews, but expect nothing less than perfection at that price. I also bought products from Darcy's Botanicals and I did receive some samples, which I greatly appreciated. Overall it was a positive experience and I plan to attend again to get products that are not readily available at retailers.
I had a ball yesterday. I really enjoyed the show and was very happy to see so many people come out and support. I was disappointed that some vendors didn't participate like Carols Daughter and Curls. I also was a little disappointed that there was not much in the way of samples or discounts. There are some products that I would like to try, but not at full price. Thumbs up to Jane Carter and Taliah Waajid for giving us a great opportunity to try their line of products. Oh yeah, and Darcy Botanicals.

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