To All Our NYC Brides To Be: Join Us For Tresses And Dresses 2018

October 23, 2018  |  

Courtesy of Dionysius Burton

When you are a naturalista, your wedding day hair can be a complicated decision. How can you upgrade your teeny weeny afro for your big day? Should you do an updo and add hair or give the people elaborate braids? If you want to wear it straight, how can you make sure it lasts and you don’t revert mid-reception?

If you have these questions and more, we have you covered. Come join us at Tresses and Dresses! This is an exclusive event open to a small audience (to make sure YOU get everything you need). Tresses and Dresses is an event in partnership with BlackBride.com and TresseNoire. If you or your friend is getting married in the next year, then you need to be at this event! We’re giving away two tickets to one of our amazing readers! Here’s where you can enter to win

TressNoire is an on-demand app focused on black hair and beauty. Our sister site, Hello Beautiful, is working with them to answer your questions and demo’ing natural hair looks and makeup on our Facebook Live. You won’t want to miss! If you don’t live in New York City, you can tune in on Saturday and join us (we’ll be answering your questions too).

Your dress is also the other most important asset of your day, if you are looking for new designers, inspiration, and even the dress for your big day…this event is for you. We’ll have a fashion show illustrating all the on-trend and classic gowns and dresses.

While it’s a lot of fashion and beauty, you know Madame Noire will be here to have you covered on the relationship front. Our Editor, Keyaira Kelly will be in conversation with an engaged woman and getting real about marriage, relationships and more. At our booth, Kelly will be answering your relationship questions and giving you some tools to start your marriage off on a strong foundation.

We hope to see you on Saturday! You can buy tickets here.

Enter to win two tickets here.

 

 

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