Own Your Natural (St. Louis edition) 5


Embrace your beauty is the theme I walked away with after the Own Your Natural beauty practicum.

With talks of “good hair”, products, and accessories, the Own Your Natural event was a success at St. Louis’ Hilton Hotel.

Women (and a few men and children) of all ages came out to support the natural hair movement.

In attendance were Sister’s Keeper, Lovemade Treasures, Keepin’ My Kinky Kurls, Genesis Hair Care Line, HPO Spa Treatments, LAMIK, FlirtyGirl Cocktails, Urbanbella, and L.A.C.E. Enterprises.




Included in the lineup for the day were workshops to give visitors a chance to get advice about healthy hair care and to see stylists live in action.

Urbanbella stylists and a local stylist and Design Essentials representative, Daisha, guided attendees through their tricks of the trade to better understand hair types, what to look for in products, and styling suggestions.

The stylists discussed porosity and shrinkage, while also answering questions from the crowd and doing a few tutorials.

Did you know dimethecone is used in “tire shine”?? I got schooled on some things for sure!




If Love Your Mane Events plan an Own Your Natural day of information, conversation, and natural beauty, I urge you to go and not miss out on the valuable tips to ensure help you maintain healthy hair!

((LoveMade Treasures, Bee Marie, with Tiffany Shawn of My Natural Reality))

((Urbanbella owner and stylist, Keneesha Hudson with Tiffany Shawn of My Natural Reality))


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5 thoughts on “Own Your Natural (St. Louis edition)

  • Alyssa- Love Your Mane Events

    Thank you so much for not only attending the Own Your Natural event but for also capturing great pics. Your write up about the event makes us proud! It was our pleasure to have you with us and we hope that you will join us for the next installment. 🙂

    • MyNaturalReality Post author

      It looks like this particular group no longer has a web presence. Consider reaching out to bloggers/vloggers in your area to see if they’d be interesting in holding a natural hair event. Some start with a few vendors and less than 100 women but can grow year after year with dedication from a few supporters.