Join Us for NBEW

NBEW Virtual Event

STREAMING LIVE EVENT IS HERE

The National Black Estheticians’ Week is an annual event that takes place in February, during Black History Month.

It is a time where we celebrate Black Estheticians and their contributions.

Please see this year’s speakers and supporters, on the image slider below.

NBEW Speakers & Supporters 2022

Mia Rutherford, Mia’s Lash Lab
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Charity Hudnall, Vagaro
Dawn Ahearn, PCA SKIN®
Mina Georgewell, EltaMD Skincare
Rensl Dillon, PhD, PCA, and EltaMD
Darnell Wise, Universal Companies
Tracy Donley, ASCP & Skin Deep
Jah Crystal, Janel Soul
Eunice Cofie-Obeng, Nuekie
Katina Gilmore, The Skin Health Coach & B.E.S.T. Assc.
Keon Davis, Smooth N Groove
Adewole “Ade” Adamson, M.D., MPP
Katie Anderson, Skin Inc.
Aliesh Pierce, AskAliesh Skin Care
Tereska James, Sister to Tanya A. Haman & Founder, Brown Skin Too
Lashelle Ullie
Lashelle Men, Beverly Hills
Toshiana Baker, NMSWP
The Network of Multicultural Spa and Wellness Professionals
Jacquelyn Hill, IMAGE Skincare
Lisa VanBockern, Skin Script
Wendy Jules & Carla Nelson, Fleur De Lis Beauty & Esthetics
Pamela Springer, Global Skin Solutions
Julie Keller Callaghan, Well Defined
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THE NATIONAL BLACK ESTHETICIANS’ WEEK IS LIVE ON FEBRUARY 22, 2022

The third annual National Black Estheticians’ Week (NBEW) will be celebrated once again, during the last week of Black History Month, beginning Tuesday, February 22 and concluding on Monday, February 28.

While NBEW has strictly been a social media celebration in the past, this upcoming celebration will be a virtual event with various speakers from the skin care and beauty industry.

This year, we will be raising donations for the Tanya A. Haman Melanoma Research Fund, in conjunction with Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin, initiated by the Brown Skin Too Foundation, which was started by Tereska James, sister of Tanya A. Haman.

Supporting this Fund will go towards raising donations for education, awareness and the prevention of melanoma in the Black community. 

Sephora and Skin Script have already committed to providing sizable donations to the Tanya A. Haman Fund. 

Tereska James, Founder of Brown Skin Too Foundation will be speaking. We will also have a number of leaders from the professional esthetics community speak, such as:
And, the following will be providing promotional support:
Additionally, to further promote and jumpstart NBEW, SpaSho will be gifting a ticket to an Esthetician to attend The Skin Games. More details about the NBEW schedule, list of speakers and supporters, and other relevant information will be updated in the coming days.