Ethnic Hair Care Class
Time & Location
About The Event
As foster parents we want the kids in our care to feel connected with their culture. An important way to ensure this is through proper hair care. This course is designed for the person wanting to learn more about requirements in a culturally adverse society, specializing in care for type 4 hair.
Below is a list of topics we will cover:
- Why is this class necessary?
- What are the hair types? 4a - 4c
- Hair care- Shampoo, Conditioning, Products, Frequency
- Styling ideas and tips
- Do’s and Don’ts
- References, Books and Websites
Debra Griffin will be leading this class. Her work as a licensed cosmetologist led her to open her own salon in 2002. She owned and operated Jades Salon & Beauty Supply in Columbus, Indiana for over 14 years, while raising her children. . She is excited to have this opportunity to help foster parents understand type 4 hair and is encouraged this will lead to further cultural understanding and bonding with their foster children.
We are excited to announce that we are now offering childcare at our trainings!
What you need to know:
- Childcare is limited. Sign up early!
- At this time, childcare is open to youth ages newborn-7 years of age.
- Adult volunteers will have appropriate background checks done.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before training to allow time to get your kids settled. Classes will start promptly at 9:00am.
*Certificates will be handed out at end of class.
Limited scholarships available for foster parents, please contact Renae: R.Furnee@resourcesofhope.org for more information.
- Ethnic Hair Care Class$10$100$0