Thursday, 15 November 2012

Events: Black History Studies Black Market 21 Oct

Shame on me,

I've been going to all these events and not telling you about it! Bad Bajan Lily!
I'm not going to talk much since it has already passed, but I'd like to share some photos with you and as I remember I will add links to the vendors' business pages as I have met some really lovely talented people!

Unfortunately, I don't have her details but she was selling the most amazing jute tote bags! Iwanted to stock up on like FIVE but common sense only let me buy 1. As soon as I find her card I will put it here because she really was lovely and I LOVE my new tote!

This is a shot of the table I shared with the ever beautiful Sharron Richards of Sheadecadence: like me, she has a range of natural haircare and body products.

Almocado Twist & Twirl (Conditioning Styling Cream) , Seal & Protect (Fortified Hair Butter) and Hair Oils on display. (What was left)

Below is one of the Almocado wash day combos: Brown Sugar Shampoo, Conditioner and Triple L Hair Milk (Leave in Conditioner); along with what was left of the Massage Oils, Face Serums and Toners.


One lady brought her two daughters - and they were both Sisterlocked!

Sharron of Shea Decadence and Sister E from the Calabash Hub

Soaps from Shea Decadence packed full of natural goodness.

I loved this artwork... it depicted a school of red fish. Imagine 'finding Nemo' in that!

House of Lulee

The lovely Belinda Raji from BeUnique Hair (turns out her husband is a very old and very dear school friend of mine! Small world!!!)

I'm rubbish I know - next time I'll do better! Love you all

These are my words and this is my journey, from 'there to hair'!
My life, the lessons learned in and through love and loves ones; and my hair affairs.
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Beeci said...

Please how can I buy one of those mugs?

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