I’ve been following the Mane Divas ladies on social media for a little while, I like their vibe. I finally had the pleasure of hearing their brand ‘elevator pitch’ at Curlvolution last month. They seemed very warm, friendly and spot on with products and branding. Unfortunately, I didn’t have the chance to meet them personally at the event because it such a busy day. However, I was quietly cheering them on for your up coming launch. Although I wear my hair natural, I have no qualms with anyone who chooses to do otherwise. And while Mane Divas isn’t a natural hair brand, I support them. They are about healthy hair, period. I respect that. So, if you didn’t know about them already, here’s a bit about Mane Divas and their ethos:
‘ Mane Divas is a hair experience company based in Essex, we specialise in the distribution of the Jamaican Black Castor Oil range alongside our own natural hair extensions. Unlike other companies we are not #teamnatural, instead we consider ourselves #teamhealthyhair. All textures are welcome as our slogan states; Naturalista or Executive Extensions we are the Mane Divas for you!’
Mane Divas have been trading for year, now they are officially launching themselves next month. I like that it’s a ticketed event because it opens up the experience to interested parties and not a select few. What can you expect at the event?
‘On the day attendees will get a chance to attend taster sessions of each of the healthy hair care workshops mentioned above (Consultation and Porosity Check, Hair Loss, Divas Kitchen or Mini Divas). We will be welcoming a special guest speaker; Valley Fontaine who will be discussing her thoughts on protective styling and combating hair loss underneath weave, wigs and braids. BBC London presenter by day and hair journalist by night Valley is guaranteed to be an exciting addition to our event. There will also be a raffle, entertainment, finger food and other small black businesses selling headwraps, jewellery and skincare. As always all of our sales generate a donation to a cause close to our hearts, The Sickle Cell Society. We have therefore decided to donate £2 per ticket sale and all raffle proceeds from this event to the charity.’
See you their, DIVAS!
Please note this is not a sponsored post. Press release copy was provided by Mane Divas