IN PICTURES// African Pride Launches “My Pride, My Way” Campaign in ATLPublished by Renae Bluitt on Monday, March 21, 2011 at 1:17 pm.
Celebrities, consumers and beauty industry elite converged on the city of Atlanta for the national launch of African Pride’s “My Pride, My Way” campaign last week.
Held at the King Plow Arts Center, the event was hosted by model and Essence Magazine editor Toccara Jones; and actor Lance Gross. The festivities featured hair demonstrations, consultations and makeovers by style experts, and very special performances by spoken word artist Mshairi Uwezo and So So Def recording artist Dondria.
Also spotted in the crowd were actress Keshia Knight Pulliam of “The Cosby Show” fame and celebrity hairstylist Derek J.
CentricTV.com Contributer, Renae Bluitt | Photo Credit: OMG Booth
Check out photos after the break:
So So Def’s Dondria Hits the High Notes
Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Derek J
“When it comes to hair, we write our own rules.”
Tocarra Strikes a Pose with the Sophisticate’s Black Hair
(L-R) Dondria and African Pride’s Charlene Bastien
African Pride’s national beauty campaign titled, “My Pride, My Way.” encourages women to write their own rules when it comes to their hair. Like the brand on Facebook and upload photos of two styles you’ve rocked for your chance to win a celebrity glam squad weekend in Atlanta, dinner with a surprise male celebrity and a year’s supply of African Pride’s Olive Miracle collection. To follow the “My Pride, My Way.” movement on Twitter click here.
Photo Credits: Vaughn Dabney