logocopy*Natural Hair Care Architect, Taliah Waajid, is proud to present the New York debut of the World’s Natural Health & Beauty Brand Expo taking place in the heart of Times Square at the Marriott Marquis on July 19-20, 2014.

Following its successful run in Atlanta for over 10 years, this two-day consumer trade show expo comes to New York to provide specific information and exposure on the advances for natural hair care, beauty tips, and the impact of healthy living overall.

In addition to products, attendees will have the opportunity to attend free seminars and interact with over 100 exhibitors and hairstylists to sample, review and purchase products and services.

Taliah Waajid is a pioneer in the natural hair care market. As the hair care industry has experienced an incredible shift from chemical processing to embracing natural hair patterns, Taliah recognized early the opportunity to celebrate the beauty of being natural. Her philosophy of “Good Hair Is Healthy Hair” has become the company mantra as she has provided products and educated women for over 25 years.

“If the 26-28% decline in the sale of hair relaxers over the last 5 years isn’t an indication of a shift in the mindset of consumers, the debut of this expo supports the growing trend that, ‘Natural is the New NORMAL in Black Hair Care.’ I am excited to return back to my hometown, New York City, as our show has attracted thousands and thousands of women in Atlanta. I want to return back home to impact and empower women to see the beauty of their natural essence,” says Waajid.

The 2014 World’s Natural Health & Beauty Brand Expo will take place on July 19-20, 2014 at The Times Square Marriott Marquis Hotel located 1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036. Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. FREE ADMISSION for Children Under 12. Tickets can be purchased www.newyorknaturalexpo.com.

Please connect with Taliah Waajid and the World’s Natural Health & Beauty Brand Expo via Twitter @naturalhairshow and Instagram @worldnaturalhairshow.

 

source:
Syreta J. Oglesby
[email protected]
201-658-3711.