America’s Next Natural Model 2012 Natural Hair Contest
America’s Next Natural Model 2012 – The annual pageant, also known as Miss Nappturality can best be described as America’s Next Top Model meets American idol online.
Out of hundreds of beauties, only ten will compete for $1000, free Going Natural Hair Care products and a lot more, in one of the fastest growing social networks today; going-natural.com.
The competition offers aspiring models a chance to expose their beauty while taking their natural talent to the next level. An advanced I-audience will decide which one of the beauties deserves their vote and who they will promote via their social media network “like-buttons.”
Companies interested in benefiting from the ever-growing organic promotion via social networks can apply for sponsorship. It’s very likely that businesses small and large will get more than their money’s worth. If a model features its item a sponsoring company gets free promotion in Going Natural’s social network of nearly 25.000 members and beyond.
America’s Next Natural Model 2012 aims to promote the beauty of natural hair
Also to add an additional dimension of diversity to the world of beauty says organizer Liong-A-Kong. The author of Going Natural How to Fall in Love with Nappy hair continues, “The world is missing out on the beauty and uniqueness that African hair naturally offers and I am eager and excited that this pageant exposes some of the unknown possibilities.“
Miss Nappturality’s 4th season starts in January of 2012 and lasts eight weeks. The Deadline for models to apply is Dec. 18, 2011. Companies interested in sponsoring can call 7183952537. For more info, visit going-natural.com.
Going-Natural Inc. is a social business that promotes the beauty of natural African hair.
With the pageant named “America’s Next Natural Model”, an exhibition called “Bad Hair at its Best” and a growing social community (www.Going-Natural.com), the company strives to change the perception of black natural hair. The ultimate goal is to improve the health of black women’s hair and scalp.