Disease & Vitamin Deficiency Traits in Your Hair

The 2015 Naturalista Hair Show was an amazing event filled with valuable information, great hands-on classes, and phenomenal vendors. One of my favorite presentations was the “Science of Hair” with Licensed Cosmetologist Camille Reed. If you are not familiar with Camille Reed, she is the reason I went from Natural Hair Blogger to Licensed Professional; she made me get serious about my passion for healthy hair care because she is a true Hair Nerd!

Camille Reed of Noire Salon in Silver Spring, MD - CURLYNUGROWTH.com

Camille Reed of Noire Salon

Camille Reed
8225 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910
(301) 495-5873
Twitter: @NoireBoss1
Instagram: NoireBoss1

Camille lives and breathes the science of hair and is especially well-versed on how the hair can be affected on a molecular level because she herself suffers from an auto-immune disease. Her presentation was incredibly insightful and I recorded the majority of it for you! Please listen to her lecture on the “Disease & Vitamin Deficiency Traits in Hair” and share with a friend —
it could save a life!

Understand Disease & Vitamin Deficiency Through Your Hair with Camille Reed - CURLYNUGROWTH.com


* The information is not intended to diagnose any disease or disorder, seek professional medical advice.

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Jocelyn Reneé

Jocelyn Reneé is a Licensed Cosmetologist, Loctician and Textured Hair Educator. She was born and raised in the Washington DC area and is a graduate of the Aveda Institute Cosmetology Science program. With over 14 years in the Hair Care Industry, from Salon Assistant to Natural Hair Blogger to Professional; Jocelyn is passionate about cultivating healthy hair.

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