My Black is Beautiful Houston brought a vast group together
for the purpose of simply celebrating the beauty of
our uniqueness & individuality. Natural Hair Rules!!! was
delighted to be apart of the movement that exemplified
Saturday, September 11, 2010 My Black is Beautiful (MBIB) Live came to the H!!! Yes!!! And the women of Houston and surrounding areas showed up and showed out!!! Many ladies lined up at Reliant Center to enter the convention hall to receive MBIB tote bags from the beautiful smiling faces of the MBIB volunteer staff. The hall was filled with positive energy. Each guest had the opportunity to receive free pampering sessions that included massages, manicures, facials, makeovers hair styling & more. There was also a model search for the New Faces of My Black is Beautiful. Congratulations to Miko Taylor who was selected as 1 of 8 semi-finalist for Houston. Miko Taylor is a personal friend and fellow naturalista of Natural Hair Rules.
Tracey Ferguson, Editor In Chief of Jones Magazine welcomed and announced the Jones Awards which will be presented by My Black is Beautiful that will honor Sam Fine of Sam Fine Beauty, Byron Lars of Byron Lars Beauty Mark, & Sessilee Lopez!
The event featured performances from a Hip-Hop pioneer and Soul Star. MC Lyte got the crowd dancing to some of the latest music and songs that took us back. Ladies for all generation came together in front of the stage to form a “Soul Train” line. And they didn’t stop there. MC Lyte turned the heat up by playing the “Cupid Shuffle” and “The Wobble”. R&B Singer Leela James educated the crowd on “Soul Music”. “Music with verses that had substance” James exclaimed. I’m still giddy because I was invited to dance on the stage with both Leela James & MC Lyte. African Dancer, KarmaSoul performed a traditional dance that exhibited the origin of many of our Hip Hop dances. The event also included live entertainment from local singers & musicians. I don’t have to tell you, Saturday was a blast. You can see for yourself here.
Black Women were pampered, encouraged and united!!! My Black is Beautiful Live Houston was filled with beauty of all shades, shapes and hair types. Simply Beautiful!!! Until next time!!!
More Information about My Black Is Beautiful
Procter & Gamble’s My Black is Beautiful program was created to celebrate African-American beauty and to encourage black women and young girls to define and promote their own beauty standard. One of the goals of the My Black is Beautiful initiative is to inspire and encourage future generations to adopt a new mind-set for viewing themselves and uplift the way African-Americans are portrayed in society. The integrated, multibrand initiative is supported by Crest Pro-Health, Pantene®, CoverGirl Queen Collection, Olay Definity, Always and Tampax.