Do Black women really love their natural hair and the way they look?
Do you really love your natural hair and the way you look? It's easy -- on the surface -- to act like we embrace ourselves when we truly struggle to feel beautiful.
After we wipe off the Mac and Fenty, lay our edges, and tighten our weave, we still may feel like our afro puff, bantu knots, short natural and protective style is not enough!
The Hairlooms eBook Series will help Black women move from woes to wins as they learn to embrace the hair and beauty God has given them! This collection of heartfelt, inspiring hair stories features never-before-heard interviews with Dr. Maya Angelou; Hollywood's Nicole Ari Parker and Kim Coles; Madam C. J. Walker's
great-great-grand daughter A'Lelia Bundles and more than 25 equally esteemed thought leaders.
"Entertaining and educational, Hairlooms is a wonderful tool for
self-correction and self-discovery. The candid hair stories and
down-to-earth writing style remind readers that they're not travelling the road of acceptance alone."
Felicia Leatherwood - Celebrity Natural Hairstylist, Inventor of @brushwiththebest | IG: @lovingyourhair
HAIRLOOMS BOOK SERIES
HAIRLOOMS SERIES AUTHOR,
The Hairlooms eBook Series is brought to you by
Michele P. Roseman who also wrote Hairlooms: The Untangled Truth About Loving Your Natural Hair and Beauty (first published by HCI Books).
With more than 30 years of industry experience, Michele's career started as a Capitol Hill Financial Reporter. Her industry accomplishments include a stint as a writing instructor at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) -- in Bangkok, Thailand -- while she was an Adjunct Professor for the Graduate School USA.
Michele is also a contributing author in Success Stories from the Heart (Simon & Schuster distributed) and has self-published the Suite Peace 31-day eBook.
The Native New Yorker is the President of MPR Consulting Graphic Design services and sits on the board of “Overcoming” - a faith-focused, non-profit dedicated to exploring racial inequities and justice. Michele has been married to the love of her life, Kyle, for more than 15 years, and they make their home in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area.