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Beautiful Textures Hosts Beauty Getaway For Beauty Editors

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Ahh…there’s nothing like a Miami getaway. Especially when it’s laced with beautiful editors primed to learn about the latest innovations in hair care.

This past weekend (January 24) Strength of Nature—the maker of African Pride, Beautiful Textures, Mega Growth, ElastaQP, Soft & Beautiful, TCB, and Proline—crafted a luxurious weekend of fabulousity with 35 editors (including our very own beauty editor, Deena Campbell) at Dream South Beach in Miami for the Beautiful Textures “Ultimate Beauty Getaway.”

While there, editors enjoyed a presentation by Strength of Nature’s Global Marketing Director Charlene Dance, who introduced the revolutionary Reversible Straightening Texture Manageability System (TMS). Celeb stylists Pam Hogan and Felicia Leatherwood were on hand to demonstrate TMS on attendees. Editors also enjoyed spa treatments and a beachside yoga session.

And of course there were tasty drinks. Beautiful Textures ended the weekend with a cocktail mixer featuring Myx Fusions Moscato and Angela Simmons,  hosted by radio/TV personality K.Foxx. Sounds like fun, right? Jump the page to see pictures.

Photo Credits: Thaddaeus McAdams of
Visual aids demonstrate the ingredients of the Texture Manageability System at Dream South Beach 1.24

Visual aids demonstrate the ingredients of the Texture Manageability System.
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Pam Hogan demonstrates TMS on Jamishia Smith during the Texture Manageability System presentation.
Stylists Felicia Leatherwood (right) and Pam Hogan (left) demonstrate TMS on Jamishia Smith (left) and Alexandria Williams (right) at Dream South Beach 1.24

Stylists Felicia Leatherwood (right) and Pam Hogan (left) demonstrate TMS on Jamishia Smith (left) and Alexandria Williams (right).
Guests were treated to relaxing massages at Dream South Beach 1.25Guests were treated to relaxing massages.
Beauty Getaway guests woke up early Sat morning for a beach yoga session - Miami Beach 1.25

Beauty Getaway guests woke up early Sat morning for a beach yoga session.
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Deena Campbell prepares a question during the Texture Manageability System presentation at Dream South Beach 1.24

Our beauty editor Deena Campbell prepares a question during the Texture Manageability System presentation.
Lunch is served Lunch is served!
Vaughn Moore - Chime Edwards  at CATCH Miami for the Diva Dinner 1.24Vaughn Moore and Chime Edwards.
Deena Campbell (VIBE) - Shirea Carroll (Juicy) - Tia Williams (Shake Your Beauty) - Nikki Ogunnaike ( - Brande Victorian (Madame Noire) - guest

Beauty editor Deena Campbell, Shirea Carroll (Juicy), Tia Williams (Shake Your Beauty), Nikki Ogunnaike (, Brande Victorian (Madame Noire) and guest.
K.Foxx - Tia Williams in the penthouse at Dream South Beach 1.25K.Foxx and blogger Tia Williams.
Strength of Nature staffers Camila Crews and Kimberly Walker at the Ultimate Beauty Getaway Welcome Reception at Serafina Miami 1.23Strength of Nature staffers Camila Crews and Kimberly Walker.
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A guest chops it up with singer Teedra Moses - Beautiful Textures Ultimate Beauty Getaway Cocktail Mixer 1.25 - Dream South Beach

A guest chatting with singer Teedra Moses.

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