As the father of a seven-year-old girl, there’s one parenting duty I always delegate to my wife: hair styling. I was in a pickle last week when my wife went on her annual girl’s weekend beach trip and my daughter wanted braids in her hair. A YouTube video was useless since I am a hands-on training type of guy. Thanks to an idea from Me Fine Foundation supporter Sebastian Bunster, I won’t be in this prediciment anymore.
Fathers can now learn how to do braids, pony tails, pig tails, and much more in a Daddy-Daughter Hair Styling Class to benefit Me Fine Foundation. Join us on October 15th from 10am-11 am at HQ Raleigh located downtown as we show our girls that it’s not just mom that can make their hair special! Our goal is to go beyond the simple pony tail in an effort to bring more smiles, more hugs, and more happy memories into our father-daughter relationships. We hope to share this experience with other dads who want to play a more active role in their daughters’ development, and maybe learn a thing or two along the way!
Class instruction will be led by professional hairstylist Christopher Totman . Space is limited so make sure you register here. A $10 minimum donation appreciated (please mark “Daddy/Daughter Hairstyling” in the comments) or bring cash to the event!
Thank you for your support!
Richard Averitte, Marketing Chair/Board Chair-Elect
Me Fine Foundation