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2012 Coffee, Curls & Cupcakes: Healthy Hair Series Event

A community craving healthy hair care information savored Miss Jessie’s Presents Coffee, Curls & Cupcakes (CCC).  Themed “Winter Chic,” the second installment of the healthy hair series took place on Jan. 29, 2012, at Mathews-Dickey Boys’ & Girls’ Club.

Veronica Lane, Tameka Stigers, Debra Small, Miko & Titi Branch, Leslie Dampier, Dr. Nina Ellis-Hervey a.k.a. Beautiful Brown Baby Doll and Staci White.

The program was headlined by three giants in the natural hair world: Psychologist Dr. Nina Ellis-Hervey, known to 50,000+ YouTube subscribers as “Beautiful Brown Baby Doll,” and Miss Jessie’s Co-Founder/Co-CEO Miko and Titi Branch, whose product line has generated national sales, media acclaim and celebrity fans like Halle Berry, Keri Hilson, Randy Jackson, Alicia Keys, Joss Stone and Rhianna.  As title sponsor, Miss Jessie’s offered the first 700 guests a goody bag, valued at more than $100 each.

The all-star CCC panel also featured presentations by Debra Small of HPO Spa Treatment, Tameka Stigers of LOCS of Glory, Vatterott College Beauty School and a Winter Chic Hair Show by Salon Edge Master Stylist Sandra Dee.  Attendees also had an opportunity to visit a variety of vendor booths and enjoy entertainment by Lead Work Productions and an original poem by Que Williams. The event host was Na’Kesha Smith of You Tube’s H

Sandra Dee’s Be-Weave It or Not Hair Show.

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Established and organized by River Fronczak of the Fronczak Group in 2010, CCC is an event series geared to promote healthy hair care through tips, brand exposure, education and live styling demonstrations.  The signature event blends the sweetness of cupcakes and invigorating aroma of coffee to help attendees digest healthy hair discourse.  Members of the 2012 organizing committee were River, her husband and business partner William Fronczak, Stacey Hathaway, Lisa Smith and Jarita Williams.

In 2004 Titi and Miko Branch created and named their salon and natural hair product line after their beloved, late grandmother Miss Jessie.  Today Miss Jessie’s products are well-known throughout the hair care industry and are considered the leader in kinks, curly hair and waves…period.  They have been featured in numerous popular publications including O (The Oprah Magazine), Allure, Essence, Lucky, Marie Claire, WWD and Elle, in addition to appearing on NBC’s “The Today Show.”

A lucky door prize winner takes home “The Science of Black Hair” by Audrey Davis-Sivathony.