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Hairstylist teaches transracial families how to care for black hair

Woman educates transracial families on black hair
Posted at 7:14 AM, Aug 30, 2019
and last updated 2019-08-30 15:17:26-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Adoptive parents of black children can often struggle with the work it takes to keep their child's crown healthy, styled and maintained.

The owner of Rare Naturals Hair Sanctuary in Las Vegas can help.

She's teaching the importance of caring for black hair to transracial adoptive parents, mom's in interracial families and even black moms who just want to learn more.

"Black hair is a lot more fragile than straight hair so the foundation is important," Rare Haynes, owner of Rare Naturals Hair Sanctuary said.

Rare is helping adoptive mom's like Denise Novack, who adopted two black girls.

Novack encourages all transracial adoptive parents to seek help for their child's hair, if they don't understand how to properly take care of it.

"I'm excited for my girls to be on this journey to learn how to keep their hair healthy."

To learn more about Rare's services and education classes, visit here.