Thursday, December 5

Holiday Looks Soiree

Hi Ladies! The workshop is back on; read below for details!

Come to this season’s workshop to see how you can turn one style into many. Learn how to save money on your ‘do and different techniques that are sure keep your holiday hair in style.

Seats are limited, and time is short... get your tickets NOW! 


Holiday Looks Soiree

·        Get tips from our natural hair specialists on growing healthy hair and styling.

·        See live demos and “how tos”

·        Learn the secret behind “two in one” hairstyles, accessorizing and getting more out of your look.

·         Discover how to create cost effective glamor looks

·  Raffle tickets ($2) for a chance to win either a (1) portable hair steamer hat or (2) a $45 retail value Jane Carter Solution hair care products or (3) a gift certificate from Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon

·  Swag bags

Save the Date: Saturday, December 14, 2013
Time: 6-9 p.m,
Cost: $20 per ticket (limited seating)

Tickets can be purchased via:
Eventbrite 
calling  718 789-2673 
or
in person at Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon


Location of event: Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon
                              1260 Bedford Ave.
                              Brooklyn, NY 11238
                              Btw Fulton and Halsey


Wednesday, November 20

Change of Plans...

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we are postponing the Holiday Hair Workshop that was due to occur this Saturday, November 23, 2013 ... watch this space for updates!!

Saturday, June 22

IT'S HERE!! Lurie Daniel Favors New Book: Afro State of Mind


IT'S HERE!!!



After much anticipation we are pleased to announce that attorney & author Lurie Daniel Favors' book "Afro State of Mind: Memories of A Nappy Headed Black Girl" is finally here!


You've heard about this book for months and eagerly wondered when it would be available. 

You listened to attorney & author Lurie Daniel Favors speak and knew you wanted to hear more.  

You checked the website for details and signed up for the update emails. 

You enjoyed her youtube videos and forwarded her blog posts

And now your wait is over! 

We are pleased to invite you to Lurie's book release event on Sunday June 30, 2013 at Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon (details below). There you will hear from the author and be among the first to purchase her newly released book, Afro State of Mind: Memories of A Nappy Headed Black Girl. 

ASOM: Memories of A Nappy Headed Black Girl is not your typical natural hair book. This is not a "how-to manual" for hair care and styles. It is not a "twist this way" or "moisturize that way" book. This book is a coming of age story about a Black girl learning to love her hair and by extension learning to love herself. 

The book recalls the moments when Lurie first discovered that nappy hair was a "problem" in search of a solution. She describes her youthful search for something - anything - to make her hair straight (and keep it straight) so that she could finally be considered one of the "good hair" girls. 

You'll laugh and cry as she recounts her experiences when her Big Chop went wrong. She writes about finding love as a natural girl - even though she did not meet the definition of a girl with "pretty hair". You will be entertained (and a bit horrified) as she describes her experiences as a natural head abroad and surprised at the ways in which natural hair is viewed around the world.

Lurie is honest about her trials as a natural head in corporate America and freely shares her hopes for the future of the natural hair movement. 

We live in a world that rarely appreciates Black women. This book unpacks the history of hair in the Black community and is designed to be an inspiring reminder of the beauty and talent inherent within Black womanhood. 

Lurie wrote this book because she believes: 

"It is important that we change the thoughts that are in our heads so that we can embrace the hair that is on our heads. I wrote this book to challenge some of those believes and to encourage our sisters and members of the global community to embrace and value Black women just as we are without the need for alteration: naturally, beautifully and exactly the way God designed us to be." 

Please join us Sunday June 30, 2013 for the first Afro State of Mind: Memories of A Nappy Headed Black Girl event!


Where: 1260 Beford Ave (Btw Fulton & Halsey) 
Brooklyn, NY 11216
When:  June 30, 2013        
Time:  4pm - 6pm
COST:  FREE

We are looking forward to seeing you all.
Space is limited so please call or email by - Thursday 6/27 to:  hairtwist@thewovenwool.com or call 347-251-1212

More by Lurie Daniel Favors:




Friday, May 10

Healthy Body, Healthy Hair May Workshop


"The Health of the Body Can Be Seen in the Hair"
May Workshop


In this month's workshop we will explore avenues of health that bring beauty back into the body and seen in the hair. Simple methods that bring great results.

Topics that will be addressed:

~ The Hydration of the Hair.
By Sabine Bellevue - Licensed Cosmetologist/Natural Hair Stylist, Sisterlock Consultant and CEO of Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon and Sabine's Wellness Center.

~ The connection of body and hair and methods to explore that give results.
 By Adenike - Licensed Master Barber/Stylist, Natural/Damaged Hair Specialist, Certified Sisterlock Consultant, Raw Food Chef and Reiki Practitioner. CEO of thewovenwool.com (The Natural Hair Whisperer) My motto: "Hair Care From The Inside Out"

~ "Death and Disease states in the body begin in the colon"
How to transform your health and well-being by proper cleansing and detoxification of the body.

Featured Products:

~ An encapsulated herbal formula designed to start chipping away at the encrusted material, while regulating the digestive system and boosting one's metabolism.

~ An herbal salve excellent for joint pain, congestion, sinus problems, and many many more.

~ A homemade, ancient "miracle elixir" known as kombucha which aids and supports the body in many ways including digestion, circulation, skin, hair, and nail growth.

~ Natural, healthy, organic snack samples to taste as well!
By Sehaguay N. Gouede - Certified Colon Hygienist/Vitalist/Holistic Health Educator.

~ Juice Plus, Concentrated Super foods in powdered form used to supplement the healthy foods you allow into your body and bridge the gap of whats missing in your diet. How it works and the effects of it in your body and hair.
By Nicole Dobson - Natural Hair Stylist & Loctician Specialist, Juice Plus Distributor & Cheryl Adams - Certified Health Coach/Juice Plus Distributor.

Where:  1260 Bedford Ave
             Btw Fulton & Halsey
             Brooklyn, NY 11216      
When:  May 26, 2013  from 3pm - 5pm

 COST:  FREE 

Space is limited so please email by Thursday 5/23 to:

sabineshallway@gmail.com
OR
hairtwist@thewovenwool.com
OR
call Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon at: 718-789-2673
               
We are looking forward to seeing you all at our workshop!

Sabine Bellevue, CEO
Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon
Sabine's Wellness Center
Certified Sisterlock Consultant
Licensed Natural Hair Stylist
Licensed Cosmetologist
www.sabineshallway.com
718.789.2673

Adenike aka
Tamara Walters, CEO
The Woven Wool, Inc.
Certified Sisterlock Consultant
Licensed Barber/Stylist
Natural & Damage Hair Specialist
Raw Food Chef
Natural Hair Care from the Inside Out
www.thewovenwool.com
347.251.1212

[Cherry Blossom Festival, Day Two: 7 image credit: Ben Stanfield]


Thursday, April 11

FREE "GET YOUR LIFE" Workshop!


Mark your calendars: 
Sabine's Wellness Center Inc.
 Presents

 FREE
 "GET YOUR LIFE" 
 Workshop
 Sunday, April 21st
 3-5:30 p.m

Learn hands on skin care, make-up skills and head- to- toe boosters.

 Only @ the workshop 
Receive a $40 special

 GLOW express facial peel and beauty make-over.
(Advance Booking)

To attend the FREE workshop you must RSVP by April 20th 2013

Light refreshments will be served, and there will be a $1 raffle!

RSVP by: emailing sabineshallway@gmail.com, OR by calling 718-789-2673 
Don't procrastinate... SEATS ARE LIMITED!! Don't miss out!!

Tuesday, April 9

We Will Be at The Natural Hair Expo on April 20th!



On April 20th, 2013, from noon to 6pm, the stylists of Sabine's Hallway Natural Hair Salon will be at:

The Brooklyn Natural Hair Expo in Historic Williamsburg, Brooklyn, at The Villain, located at 50 North 3rd Street, between Kent & Wythe, a few blocks south of the Bedford Avenue L stop.

If you are in the area, stop in (it's FREE!!) and say hello to Sabine Bellevue, a well-known and popular stylist who is known for her ability to cultivate your locs and twists into individual works of wearable art!






Friday, February 1

The February Workshop is Coming!!


When:

Sunday, Feb 24, 2013 from 3pm - 6pm

Where:

Sabine's Hallway Salon
1260 Bedford Ave
Between Fulton & Halsey
Brooklyn, NY 11216

Price:

$53.50
For payment via PayPal - send payments to: thewovenwool@gmail.com

Tickets are available at the shop and must be purchased in advance. 
This is a 3 hour workshop and we have a limited amount of seats available.
Guests will be seated at a table and a Raw/Vegan Vegetarian meal will be served.    

Please RSVP by Friday, February 15, 2013 by calling or e-mailing:
Adenike (aka Tamara) at heretwist@yahoo.com or via phone at 347-251-1212
OR 
Sabine at sabineshallway@gmail.com or via phone at 718-789-2673

FaceBook event link: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/121345038043047

Photo Credit: Mireille Liong

Topics we will cover include:
Why Your Hair + Health = Beauty
Our State of Mind
The Hair Care Regime
Body Health 
The scalp: our road map to healthy hair
Alopecia - How to address this scalp malady

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday, January 29

A Warm & Heartfelt Thank You!


Hello Ladies and Gents,

We cannot thank you all enough for your overwhelming support at our January 20, workshop. It certainly was a blast to meet and greet so many new faces! And welcoming old friends felt good!

It was clear from the size of the audience and the energy in the room that there is a strong desire to learn about proper Hair Care routines. The discussion regarding the connection between our physical health and our hair was very well received and an eye opener for many.
 
We explored a discussion about the types of foods that first nourishes the body and then by extension help yourhair. We examined 1. food supplements verses vitamins which are chemically derived; and 2. information on how to take care of your skin from our very own esthetician on staff.

We were very pleased to hear from Lurie Daniel Favors, a consumer rights attorney with a background in Africana studies (and my daughter!), who touched on the connection between self-esteem and Black hair. The audience was spell bound as she shared an excerpt from her upcoming book "Afro State of Mind: Memoirs of a Nappy Headed Black Girl," a story designed to help you change what's in your head so that you can better embrace what's on your head.

Last but not least we served a light refreshing raw/vegan vegetarian wrap with a nettle cuppiccino tea and peppermint water. And guests were eager to purchase the yummy raw kale chips & raw oatmeal cookies that were on sale.

The topics that we touched on were just a prelude to a much more in depth teaching we will feature in February. See details on that workshop below. We are so thrilled to have shared this wonderful experience with you and truly appreciate our clients and friends. Stay warm, be well and remember:

Your Hair + Health = Beauty!

With love,

Adenike aka
Tamara Walters, CEO
The Woven Wool, Inc.
www.thewovenwool.com
347.251.1212

Certified Sisterlock Consultant
Licensed Barber/Stylist
Natural & Damage Hair Specialist
Raw Food Chef
Natural Hair Care from the Inside Out

Saturday, January 19

The Workshop is full

The Workshop is full; watch this space for information on the next one!!

Monday, January 7

Check out our commercial!!

Friday, January 4

January 2013 Free Workshop

NEW SEASON NEW HAIR CARE ROUTINE! 


A FREE "How-to Hair Care Workshop" !!

When seasons change, so should your hair care routine! 
Join us for a FREE "How-to workshop" for natural hair care!
~*~
Join Us for a FREE Dynamic Workshop where you will learn:

The connection between hair & body health

How to protect your hair in cold weather

Why a healthy body in cold weather

How to properly cleanse your internal body

Healthy recipes for healthy hair

Which foods strengthen your hair
~*~
Where
Sabine's Hallway 1260 Bedford Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11216 

When
January 20, 2013 3:00-4:30 pm 

RSVP
Sabine - 718.789.2673 
Adenike - 347.251.1212 

See you there!!

Friday, December 14

Tuesday Winter Specials


Photo credit: arvindgrover


Tuesday Winter Specials from 12/18/2012 to 02/26/2013

1) Start your Sisterlocs (TM) $600 (for the first 4 inches of hair)
2) Two Session Loc maintenance $140 (you must schedule the next appointment on the same day of payment) 
3) Two Strand Twist $70
4) Healthy Hair Treatment - trim & steam $45

These offers includes shampoo & conditioner.

Sunday, October 21

Ladies,

Apologies, but the workshop that was scheduled for tomorrow afternoon has been postponed until further notice. Details will be posted here... Thanks!

Tuesday, October 9

October 2012 Natural Hair Workshop

NEW SEASON... NEW HAIR CARE!
A “How To” Workshop for Natural Hair

When the season changes, so should your hair care regimen! Join us for a dynamic workshop that will teach you:

•The Connection Between Body Health & Hair Health
•How to Protect Your Hair in Cold Weather
•How to Properly Cleanse Your Body
•Why A Clean Body = Awesome Hair!
•Healthy Recipes for Healthy Hair
•Which Foods Strengthen Your Hair

Where: 
Sabine’s Hallway Salon
1260 Bedford Ave, Bklyn, NY
(btw Fulton & Halsey)

When: 
Oct. 21, 2012 3pm - 6pm Cost: $47 via paypal at
thewovenwool@yahoo.com or $50 at the door


For more info, contact: 
Adenike @ 347.251.1212 or Sabine @ 718.789.2673

Tuesday, March 1

Internal Spring Cleansing

Well, well today is the first day of my journey through internal cleansing and spiritual healing. I am planning on doing the fast for 21 days. For the pass five years I have been doing internal cleansing, however I've never gone longer than 7 days. This is defiantly going to be a challenge for me...but I am up for it. What is life with out a little challenge....good things don't come easy. The journey of spring cleansing fast is Vernal Equinox (the welcoming of spring as I understand it). Which starts on 1March and ends 21 March. What better way to gain clarity, positive energy, lose bad habits, rued of disease than to fast and pray. My goals are to be more disciple with my eating habits, to be more in touch with my thoughts, grow closer to God. WITH GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! During the fast make sure to keep activities to a minimum. One should not run, lift weights and such. Walking for 30 minutes is recommended and/or yoga. Mediate and think positive thoughts, allow God to lead you into a Great Space. I and WORTHY! Here is the Spring Cleansing Fast Plan Breakfast: Berry powder, water(quart), half banana(ripe), four soaked dates, a handful of soaked raisins, tablespoon of psyllium husks. Liquefy and drink slowly. Two hrs. later drink at least 32 ounces of distilled water. Meditate for at least 15 mins. Lunch: Juice the organic veggies( kale, celery, beets, carrots and parsley) at least 32 ounces. Two hrs. later drink 32 ounces of distilled water. Snack: Blend 32 ounces of organic (not concentrated) orange or pineapple juice with four cloves of fresh garlic and a table spoon of olive oil. Two hrs. later drink 32 ounces of distilled water. Dinner: Blend 32 ounces of water with green super food and a tablespoon of psyllium husks the other half of banana, dates and raisins can be added. Meditate for at least 15 mins. Nightcap: Bring handful of dried orange peels to boil in 32 ounces of water for 30 seconds: turn off the fire and add a tea bag of each Herb (gentian; Yarrow;Angelica (dried orange peels) drink the tea without adding any sugar, honey,or sweetener. Must use Organic fruits and stainless steels to store your liquids. I prepare my juices for lunch and dinner the day before. Breaking the fast is just as important as starting the fast. On the 22nd at noon in the end the fast with a pound of grapes. For dinner have a raw salad with spinach, shredded carrots, avocado, alfalfa spouts, cumbers, with raw sunflower seeds for the ladies and pumpkin for the males. Make sure to get at least 8 hours of sleep your body will need it and will thank you. For more advice email me at sabineshallway@gmail.com Good Luck

Tuesday, February 22

Hair, hair, and more hair.

Hair, hair, and hair that's what everyone seems to be talking about these days. Short hair, long hair, no hair. Some women are obese with their hair. From going to the salon every two weeks to buying every new product on the market ( product junkies). Just about everyone has gone through some hair situation at one point or another. I remember when I had to have a curly weave stage. Oh, boy did I love to wear a curly weave. The first few weeks after getting my curly do. I would be on top of the world. I had so much confidence and sex appeal. At the time I didn't know what it was with that curly do, but it changed me immediately. I would attract so many more men than I usual with my curly do in. When I really started to pay attention to why men were being drawn to me I realize it wasn't the hair. It was the confidence and the sex appeal that I was sending out (people are attracted to positive energy)when I had the curly do in. Sometimes we spend a lot of time and energy into our appearances and not enough time on self improvement and health. Hair is just a small piece to who we (you) really are. Love yourself with the weave, without the weave, short, long, relax, natural and all. Note that what you put into you body is what you get out of your body. Once you nurturer yourself with positive energy and in return you will send off positive energy. I no longer wear the weaves and I'm still pulling in the fellas with my natural self.

Friday, October 1