Mommy In Chief – Episode 11: Hair Talk with Afrobella!

December 23, 2011  |  

About This Episode

Hair care is a hot topic, and can sometimes be a daunting and confusing task. What are some safe haircare products we can use on our child? What’s the youngest age a child can get a perm? How do you communicate positive beauty and hair messages to your daughter? In this episode, our featured guest is Patrice Yursik of Afrobella.com, and she will share her thoughts on child hair care best practices.

About Patrice Yursik

Founder of Afrobella®. According to some, she’s the Godmother of Brown Beauty Blogging.

Trinidadian-born writer Patrice Grell Yursik created Afrobella.comto fill a void and to celebrate the inner and outer beauty of women all shades of beautiful. Her award-winning blog shines a loving light on natural hair and the wonderfully wide range of gorgeous skin tones and sizes women come in.

Afrobella has been featured in Essence, Ebony, Glamour, the Trinidad Guardian, and Fast Company. Patrice has contributed her writing to Essence, Newsweek.com, and Ebony.com. She has been featured in advertising campaigns for haircare brand Cream of Nature and cosmetics brand Lancome, and hosted events for brands including Huetiful and Carol’s Daughter. Afrobella recently partnered with MAC Cosmetics to create her own custom lipglass called “All Of My Purple Life,” part of the Bloggers’ Obsession collection (which debuted on June 21,2011, and sold out in a week).

She was the natural hair blogger at AOL’s Black Voices and was one of the first writers for Vogue Italia’s Vogue Black online, and contributed the weekly Natural Hair Diary feature to Essence.com. Currently Afrobella contributes to xoJane.com. Afrobella was recently listed as one of Ebony Magazine’s Power 100, and has won more than ten online awards, including inclusion to the Black Weblog Awards Hall of Fame.

About Karyn Parsons

Karyn Parsons is best known as the character “Hilary Banks” on the long-running television show, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.” Today she is a wife and mother of two. Parsons is also the Founder and President of the Sweet Blackberry foundation after being inspired by the true tale of a determined slave and the remarkable lengths he travelled to find his freedom.  While growing up, Parsons’ mother, a librarian in the Black Resource Center of a library in South Central Los Angeles, would share stories of African-American accomplishment with her daughter.  A mother and activist, Karyn created Sweet Blackberry to use the power of stories to inspire youth. Follow her on Twitter @Karyn_Parsons.

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