What does your hair say about you?
An immigrant from Jamaica, veteran of the United States Army and licensed cosmetologist, Arlene Embola has a unique perspective on humanity, multiculturalism, and hair as it relates to self-worth. Embola promotes multicultural togetherness in her new book, Call Forth From the Deep: The Real Case for the Extremely Curly Hair Texture, by introducing readers to the idea that hair care is the same for her clients across all cultures.
“Call Forth From the Deep is written to inspire and call to consciousness the very essence of who we are, what we think of ourselves, and how others have defined us using a deeply insightful approach to hair care,” Embola says.
Through stories about her professional experiences in the salon industry and client testimonials, Arlene Embola educates readers on restoring hair using minimal products, especially for hair with extremely thick and curly texture. Her goal with her new book is to reach out to audiences across all backgrounds and ethnicities to offer healthy hair care solutions and encourage them to accept the differences found in others.
By reminding readers that we all have “bad hair days” and view hair as an important part of our livelihood, Call Forth From the Deep intends to break down societal barriers and promote togetherness.
“We are all created equally with different features to celebrate and appreciate each other,” Embola says. “I want my readers to feel empowered.”
Call Forth From the Deep: The Real Case for the Extremely Curly Hair Texture by Arlene Embola
Paperback, $14.99, Hardcover, $23.99
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