#DesignYourLife Learn The Art of Headwrapping w/Attallah Pamoja!

Model/wardrobe stylist/educator, Attallah shares the Art of Headwrapping with you! This is an open format with a casual time of sharing thoughts/questions, group participation with one-on-one time included. We will chat about the significance of the headwrap/pop culture influences and learn basic headwrap styles. This is great way to engage, we can talk about hair, colors, patterns and fabrics! This will be super fun! Thanks so much.

Check out this link of photos of my live headwrapping experiences here:

https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/561446

Here's my website for more info on me and my work: https://designourlives.co/

Here's a link to where you can purchase headwraps: https://www.tessworlddesigns.com/collections/african-head-wraps

I also suggest checking out fabric stores and play around with fabrics that you may already own! Feel free to message me with any questions. Thanks so much!

Teacher's Bio: Greetings! I'm Attallah Pamoja. Afro-Latin, born in Panama (Central America) to Panamanian/Costa Rican parents. My family later moved to Brooklyn, NY. As an adult. I relocated to Atlanta where I began a career as an educator and now I coach educators! I started modeling over 20 years ago and am now also a model/runway coach. I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with artists like Vek Neal and Tim Okamura, posing for them as a muse/portrait model. In 2018 I had the honor of walking the runway for Lisa Nicole Collection at New York Fashion Week. I am a collaborative wardrobe stylist/creative who works on anything from video sets, fashion shows to photo shoots. I specifically love working with vintage clothing/accessories and as a Headwrap artist. My online presence/company is Design Our Lives. I recently (in 2015) became a court appointed child advocate in Atlanta. I'm a proud mentor of about 10 years to a now 20 year old Georgia State College student! In 2016 I became a child sexual abuse prevention facilitator through Darkness To Light. I was trained at The Georgia Center for Child Advocacy. I am available to facilitate child sexual abuse prevention workshops at youth - serving organizations, places of worship and with any concerned professionals/community members. I regularly do speaking engagements at schools etc and speak on advocating for children/girls. In 2019, I became a certified cultural competency facilitator. I help organizations open up the conversations on race, gender, sex, attraction, ability etc and understand what it means to be inter-sectional. As you may be able to tell, I believe in doing all things I love and I want everyone to be able to design your life!
Style of Offering : Virtual/Online
Max Number of Attendees: 20
Min Number of Attendees: 2
Date and Time : (Twice a week) 4:15-4:45 EST Mondays and Thursdays
Signup Deadline: 48 Hours in Advance