African American Princess Affirmations —
The African Amerian Princess affirmations contain 52 uplifting cards to repeat each week of the year.
Brainchild of stylist LaChanda Gatson, her dream was to create positive images of black girls. Coupled with her penchant for positive affirmation, these gorgeous, one-of-a-kind cards were born.
African American Princess affirmations AVAILABLE on Juneteenth
Be the first to receive these gorgeous cards when they ship in July.
Released on Juneteenth – June 18, 2020 it’s the perfect way to buy Black, uplift the community, and make a difference in your life with one action. Repeat these affirmations daily and see the change they will make in your spirit.
HOW AFRICAN AMERICAN PRINCESS WAS BORN
LaChanda Gatson had a dream. The international hairstylist has worked extensively in Hollywood and wanted to depict African-American girls as princesses — complete with all the finest regalia. “People never think of a hairstylist doing something like this. They always think it’s a photographer,” she says. But the vision, all the details, and coordination of the project were her brainchild from start to finish. “Hairstyling is my artistic expression and creative outlet.”
The result — we get to revel in the splendor of her African American Princesses.
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Creative Director/ Hairstylist: LaChanda Gatson
Photography: Creative Soul Photography
Make Up: Chabrea Martin
Make Up: Keisha Tate
Stylist: Yvonne Mwazo
Assistant Stylist : Bebe Couri
Jaxon Moore as Princess Amethyst
Layla Brown as Princess Moonstone
Taylor Lia as Princess Turquoise
Cassidy Fralin as Princess Emerald
Kheris Rogers as Princess Citrine
Nyla Cyprian as Princess Amber
Alexis Wanguhu as Princess Garnet
Chloe Brown as Princess Rose Quartz
Zaria Amiyah as Princess Obsidian
Messiah Askew as Princess Onyx
Jordyn Curlett as Princess Tigers Eye
Emoni Diamond as Princess Diamond
Rihley Sims as Princess Aquamarine
Celai West as Princess Jade