Beauty and the Muse

Embrace The Natural You: 2nd Annual Beauty Expo

Posted on: June 27, 2014

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(Fashion bloggers and the founder of Embrace The Natural You, Ginny)

Natural Hair, Health & Beauty Expo

Hosted By Embrace The Natural You

Detroit, Michigan

Wayne State University

June 7th, 2014

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Many fashionistas, naturalistas, health gurus, and creative souls came together and made this 2nd annual event a great success.

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Guests from all over the city came together to attend the style, health, and beauty workshops.

Embrace4I thought these two were just stunning in their colorful print and floral patterned dresses.

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Outfit Details: The dress and shades are from Forever21, and the floral jacket I got from Burlington Coat Factory 🙂

Thank you Ginny for inviting me. I learned a lot about health, beauty, and style. Can’t wait for the third expo!

For more info on upcoming events check out her website @  http://www.embracethenaturalyou.com/

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2 Responses to "Embrace The Natural You: 2nd Annual Beauty Expo"

Thx so much Leah !!! You were serving!!!

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