Mary Reed with Brenda Bell Brown Interview on KFAI Radio

PLAY FOR ME – 12 11 17 | KFAI Radio
When Stylist Mary Reed seats you in her chair,
get ready, get set

I love your hair!

and know that your head will be treated to
a laying on of hands and heart,
all in the name of good health and wellness.

For Hair Services, Health & Wellness Workshops & More, connect with Mary via her official website:

Image Inset: “I Love Your Hair” by Tim Okamura (2013)
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Hair Therapy Is an Inter Cultural Topic

Many of my clients identify themselves as biracial, mixed race, or multicultural. Often, diverse families have special issues with hair. Whether you, or your child’s heritage is African American, African, Haitian, Polynesian, or any other combination, chances are you could benefit from our workshops for families.

Hair + Therapy= Hairapy

*  Do you know the best way to deal with tangles or breakage?
* Learn how to work with your curls, not against them.
* How often should you use Use conditioner’s an oils to moisturize your hair.
* Can you get to a point where your hair can be finger combed?                             *Is micro-aggression a part of your world?




Participate in  demonstrations and get information and questions answered  on best practices. The sessions will be lead by Cosmetology Instructor and Host of Hair, Head and Heart.




National Adoption Day

National Adoption Day is a collective national effort to raise awareness of the more than 110,000 children in foster care waiting to find permanent, loving families. This annual, one-day event has made the dreams of thousands of children come true by working with policymakers, practitioners and advocates to finalize adoptions and create and celebrate adoptive families.

In total, National Adoption Day helped nearly 65,000 children move from foster care to a forever family. Communities across the county celebrate the Saturday before every Thanksgiving. In 2016, approximately 4,700 children were adopted by their forever families during the 17th annual National Adoption Day celebration in more than 400 cities across the United States.

This year’s National Adoption Day celebration will be on Saturday, November 18, 2017.

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