ARJUNI Hair Showcase In Atlanta

Two weeks ago I checked out the ARJUNI flash launch in Atlanta, a hair customization showcase providing a one-of-a-kind shopping experience. Janice Arjuni, owner of ARJUNI hair offers virgin-hair extensions (weave) direct from Cambodia, and allows customers an opportunity to learn, customize, and view first-hand their hair extension selections. Well, I, queen of proudly rocking a nappy kinky fro, had no idea what that honestly meant and was treated to an overwhelming (in the best way).

     The swanky LOFT in Castleberry hosted the two-day event hosting celebrity hairstylists and experts, consumers and the curious (me) from around the country to view the massive collection of virgin hair extensions direct from Cambodia. Guests were first educated by an expert about the selection form, hair types, and overall process. After the 10-15 min. consultation, you’re walked to the large showroom were racks, and racks and racks of beautiful virgin hair extensions align the walls similar to organization in your favorite clothing retailer.      

Asked what look I’d like to achieve (I was aiming for Malika, Khloe’s BFF & ATL movie fame), an ARJUNI expert walked me through the selection process, and I selected several beautiful, curly bundles of hair to create my “mock Malika” look. ARJUNI owner Janice Arjuni knows the uniqueness of the company and will provide the same pop-up experience in several cities across the country. A don’t miss opportunity for anyone interested in the best hair extension offerings.

  To learn more about creating a custom blend or to learn more about the brand      visit: Arjuni.com or Facebook.com/ArjuniHair.  Candid photos can be found on my Facebook Page (be sure to “like” while there). 🙂

Thanks to my personal weave expert @Bella_Miel, the great ladies of Arjuni-so sweet, and The Garner     Circle.  Top Photo: Women of ARJUNI courtesy of Vaughn Dabney.

 

Peace,

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About Dawnavette

A Modern Renaissance Woman passionate about writing, women's issues, race relations, pop culture and music.

Posted on April 17, 2012, in City Coverage, Events and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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