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Lorraine Massey

It’s official: "Curly Girl: The Handbook" (Workman), the updated and much expanded version of the original book written ten years ago, was released into the world on Monday night—or at least the world of beauty and lifestyle editors from national magazines, websites and top morning, daytime and evening TV shows along with bloggers and freelance writers.

The book is out at the end of January so Monday night allowed these editors to take a sneak peek at it, and most importantly, witness curly hair transformations right in front of their eyes. The party took place at one of the Devachan Salons that Lorraine co-owns in New York City’s trendy Soho neighborhood. In front of the salon was a Bentley with the words “Just Deva-ed” written in whipped cream on the trunk, with a trail of empty bottles of DevaCurl No-Poo and One Condition tied to it. Not only was it a fun night, but many curly girls came out of the closet! (Some who didn’t even know they were in the closet and other religious blow dryers who never dreamed they’d go curly.)

Lorraine knew that we had to show not just tell the more than fifty members of the media how much better you hair looks when you reveal its natural texture and how easy it is to get gorgeous-looking curls and waves. So all party guests had the option of getting a curly makeover. More than half said yes so their hair was washed and styled with DevaCurl products by Lorraine and the salon’s other top stylists. As they waited for their hair to dry, many editors seemed skeptical, but once their hair was dry, they were stunned at the ringlets, curls and waves that had emerged.

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I'm trying to get photos that we're approved to post. will do so shortly!! stay tuned...
Yes we want to see some pix, please share!
Where can we see the before/after pictures that the photographer was taking from this event?
All curls are good curls - they just need the right TLC. To find out more, all curly girls can pre-order the book at http://www.workman.com/products/9780761156789/
I agree with the above that there is no such thing as "bad curls", it's how you treat them that matters. With the right product (and amount of product) and drying technique, you can make the most of your hair whatever the texture.
Wow!!! That sounds awesome. Wish I was there and could have the book :)

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