Curly-haired girls get a bad rap. Wild, frizzy and out-of-control are just a few ways to describe a curly head of hair, but that’s no reason to wear a hat. Women with curly hair will display their waves with pride at Wink Salon on Sunday.
Christine DiBenedetto, co-owner of Wink Salon says that Lorraine Massey transformed her outlook on hair. “She changed my life when I walked into her Devachan Salon almost 15 years ago,” says DiBenedetto. “Lorraine is the real deal, she is a groundbreaking, passionate businesswoman and has truly helped women all over the world love their hair. She’s a legend.”
Wink Salon co-owners Christine DiBenedetto and Gilda Santiago are curly girls themselves, so they know what they’re talking about. The salon encourages everyone, curly or straight-haired, to bring a friend and learn how to untangle their tresses.
Sunday, March 4 from 3-7 p.m. at Wink Salon, 18 Brook Street, Suite 103, in Biltmore Village. Free. Women interested in being models for the evening should call the salon at 277-4070 to be entered to win a spot in the demonstration chair. Info: www.ilovewink.com.
Photo: Lorraine Massey, author of Curly Girl