David Kim, Intern Spotlight

Latinitas would like to recognize David Kim, for his outstanding efforts to help Latinitas promote our mission of girl empowerment. He is one of our two male interns, and we would like to thank and recognize him for his hard work and dedication to the organization. Here is a little bit about David.

Name: David Kim

Major: Digital Media Production

Year: Senior

College: UTEP

What are your career goals? What are your plans after graduating college? After college I will go work for the Department of Homeland Security and then move on to working with the FBI or ICE.

What attracted you to Latinitas? I wanted to use my skills I gained from school for a good cause.

Describe your internship role and some of the projects you’ve worked on: I am the video production intern and my work varies from filming, planning to editing. I produced short videos for the Latinitas Summer camps and media workshops.

What do you like most about your internship experience with Latinitas? I like working with my co-interns because everyone is so friendly and energetic.

How do you think Latinitas makes a difference? Latinitas provides the girls with first hand experiences in media which will ultimately help them achieve their dreams.

What is your favorite memory or project with Latinitas? I enjoyed filming the summer camps because I had a chance to get to know the children.

What have you learned from Latinitas? I realized that I am getting old because many of the girls from the summer camp did not know of Matrix, the movie.

What do you hope to gain or learn from your experience with Latinitas? I hope to learn how a non-profit organization operates.

November Volunteer Bulletin El Paso

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Alliance for Latinitas
Monday, November 7, 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., Location: Loft Light Studio (217 N. Stanton). This volunteer group offers a forum for women to support and advance Latinitas’ mission,to promote the empowerment of Latina youth. We are  currently in the process of planning and executing for a fall photography auction fundraiser, Fotos de Mi Alma and will be setting up for the event at Loft light Studios. We are seeking volunteers that can help with setting up for the event like framing and hanging the photography for Wednesday, setting prices for auction items, completing paperwork for auction, etc.  If you are interested in attending or would like more information, please contact us at latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554 or  915.219.8554.

UPCOMING EVENTS 

Loft Light Studio Martket
Thursday, October 27, 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m., Location: Loft Light Studio
(315 S. El Paso Street). The event is a gathering of artists selling their art, collectors
and art enthusiasts. Latinitas will have a booth at the upcoming Martket event where
we need volunteers to sell photographs, promote and sell tickets for our upcoming
photography auction, Fotos de mi Alma. If you are interested in helping or would like
more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message
at 915.219.8554  or     915.219.8554 . 

Barbed Wire Open Mic Series
Saturday, October 29, 7:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., Location: The Percolator (217 N. Stanton).
Barbed Wire Open Mic Series is an event that celebrates free speech through the arts,
and that allows community members a platform from which they can express their poetic
perspectives and unique voices. Latinitas will be attending the open mic and have a
booth. We need volunteers to promote and sell tickets for our upcoming photography
auction, Fotos de mi Alma.. We will also be selling photographs. If you are interested in
helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call
and leave a message at 915.219.8554  or 915.219.8554.

Viva La Voz CAMP Chicas Advancing in Media Project
Saturday October 29,11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Location: Mercado Mayapan (2101 Myrtle)
and Saturday November 5, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Location: Latinitas Headquarters
(1359 Lomaland). Latinitas invites teen girls (ages 14-18) to participate in writing &
multimedia workshops. They will be writing journalistic type stories and producing
media projects to be published in our online magazine. Volunteers are needed to help
mentor the teen participants during the scheduled workshops, help with the planning
process, and serve as guest speakers with media related experience. If you are interested
in helping or would like more information about attending the workshop, please email
latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message 915.219.8554  or  915.219.8554.

Tiara Tuesday

Tuesday, November 1, 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., Location: Mesa Street Bar and Grill (2525 Mesa St.). Latinitas is hosting our second ultimate ladies’ night out, Tiara Tuesday to fund raise money for Latinitas. Ladies will be able to enjoy a martini and receive a manicure for $10 while being able to network with other professional women. Volunteers are needed to help with setting up for the event, helping out at the information table, registering and greeting guests, directing guests at the manicure tables, and photographing the event. We also need help with breaking down and packaging supplies which would be at the end of the event. If you are interested in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554   or    915.219.8554 .
First Friday La Parada
Friday, November 4, 9:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m., Location: San Carlos Building (501 Texas).
La Parada  is an ongoing arts, music and social party celebrating local artists and musicians,
while providing a scene for traveling talent. Latinitas will have a booth where we will be
selling photographs, promoting, and selling tickets for our upcoming photography auction,
Fotos de mi Alma. If you are interested in helping or would like more information, please
email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554  or
915.219.8554.

Fotos de Mi Alma

Wednesday November 9, 4:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m., Location: Loftlight Studio

(315 S. El Paso Street). Latinitas is having a  photography exhibit and silent auction
featuring local artists toraise funds for Latinitas’ girl empowerment programs.
Volunteers are needed to help with setting up for the event,helping with the
information, registration and auction tables, guest check in, greeting and directing
guests, passing out appetizers and drinks, maintaining information for silent auction,
auction packaging and check out, packing supplies, and event breakdown. We also
need photography auction attendants and event photographers. If you are interested
in helping or would like more information,please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or
call and leave a message at 915.219.8554.
Aim High Conference
Saturday, November 19, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Location: TechH20 Center
(10751 Montana Ave) The Aim High conference is created especially for girls in the
4th to 8th grade, which provides unique hands-on workshops, exhibits, and panels
with a focus on careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Workshops
are led by professional women who are excited about sharing their careers with
participants. Volunteers are needed to help give the girls rides to the TechH20 Center,
assist in  workshops, and  guide girls through the workshops. If you are interested in
helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call
and leave a message at 915.219.8554  or   915.219.8554.

Saturday Camps

Saturday, November 12, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Judge Marquez Library Branch
(610 N. Yarbrough). November 19, 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Richard Burges Library
(9600 Dyer). Saturday, November 19, 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. at Dorris Van Doren
(551 Redd Road).

Female volunteers are needed to assist our camp leaders and mentor girls
(in grades 4-8th) with hands-on media arts activities. These camps occur the 2nd
(Eastside), 3rd (Northeast) & 4th (Westside) Saturday of every month, so on-going
mentoring is gladly accepted as well. If you are interested in helping, please email
latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554  or 915.219.8554 .

Girl Empowerment Training
Friday November 11, 4:00 p.m – 6:00 p.m. Location: Latinitas Headquarters
(1359 Lomaland) Become a certified Latinitas leader by attending the Girl Empowerment
Team training session. This leadership training program will provide guidance to
female community volunteers (ages 18 and over) who would like to take on a leadership
role in Latinitas’ girl empowerment programs. Participants will gain leadership,
communication, teamwork, facilitation and media skills while learning how they can
serve as positive mentors and role models for young girls. After the training, women
leaders will be empowered as certified Latinitas leader and will commit to leading at
least 4 workshops during the course of the next year. The training will offer hands-
on workshops on how to implement Latinitas girl empowerment programs which focus
on helping girls build confidence through creative multimedia expression. If you are
interested in helping, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a
message 915.219.8554  or  915.219.8554 .

Latinitas Volunteer Orientation
Tuesday, November 1 and November  15, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Latinitas
Headquarters (1359 Lomaland Suite 502). Latinitas will be providing bi-weekly
volunteer orientations to any potential volunteers. The orientation will provide
information about Latinitas and how to become involved in helping Latinitas with
the various projects including girl empowerment programs, alliance for Latinitas
and the editorial and multimedia team. Come join us and bring all your friends over
to become part of Latinitas. Orientations will be held twice a month the 1st and 3rd
Tuesday of each month. If you are interesting in helping or attending, please email
latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554  or 915.219.8554.

 

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITIES

Photographers needed
Latinitas is looking for photographers that would be willing to donate some of their
photographs for our upcoming photography auction, Fotos De Mi Alma. The auction
will take place in order to fundraise money for Latintias outreach programs. If you are
interested in helping or would like more information, please email
latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554   or   915.219.8554.
Editorial team seeks volunteers
Latinitas wants you to become part of our editorial team. We are looking for writers,
editors, photographers and multimedia journalists that would like to add content to our
girl empowering magazine. We have weekly editorial meetings on Thursdays from
4:30pm – 6:30pm. At the meetings, volunteers will be able to pitch story ideas, work
on their articles, and help copy edit content before publication. If you are interested
in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or
call and leave a message at 915.219.8554    or       915.219.8554. 


Club Mentors Wanted
Make a difference in a girl’s life as a club mentor. Latinitas hosts media enrichment
clubs where girls can build confidence through creative expression. Latinitas partners
with local schools, nonprofits, libraries and community centers to offer weekly
after-school Latinitas clubs or monthly Saturday workshops. Our clubs focus on
encouraging girls to build confidence through creative multimedia expression. Girls in
our clubs will participate in hands-on activities such as creative writing, photography,
arts & crafts, skits and more. Our clubs connect girls with positive role models and
encourage girls to express themselves in a safe and supportive environment.  As a club
mentor, you would assist with mentoring girls (in grades 4-8th) at Latinitas’ After-School
Clubs and help guide small team activities and motivate girls to foster a positive

self-esteem. Volunteers are asked to volunteer one day a week between the hours

4:30pm to 6:30pm. If you are interested, contact us at 219.8554 or

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Recruitment Street Team

The Fall semester of Club Latinitas is coming up. We are seeking volunteers for our
Recruitment Street Team to distribute informational posters and recruit girls for our
after school programs. If you can commit 2 hours to help us post fliers at community
centers, contact us at 219.8554 or latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Art Supply Drive
Latinitas is organizing a school supply drive to benefit deserving girls enrolled in our
after-school programs. Donations of binders, notebooks, paper, scissors, paper,

markers, pens, gluesticks, color pencils and other basic art supplies are being collected

at the Latinitas   headquarters – 1359 Lomaland # 502. If you are interested, contact

us at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Fui la primera en ir a la universidad

El 28 de septiembre, 2011

Read this article in English here

Por Saray Argumedo
Traducido por Tom Johnson

“¡Ella no se va a graduar del colegio nunca! ¿Cómo crees que va a pisar el terreno de una universidad?” Yo escuchaba esas palabras de parte de mi familia desde mi tercer año en la preparatoria. Ahora estoy en mi último año de la universidad. Estas palabras me motivaron a llegar hasta aquí. Yo soy la primera de mi familia nacida en los Estados Unidos y la primera en asistir a una universidad.

Mi madre y padre nacieron en 1943 y yo nací en 1988. Su generación es muy diferente a la mía. Nacieron y fueron criados en México, y la vida que tenían en aquel entonces era completamente diferente a la vida que yo conozco. Sus creencias culturales y religiosas eran y siguen siendo muy conservadoras. Se aferran a las actitudes tradicionales según las cuales una mujer debería servir a su hombre, una mujer debería quedarse en la casa, el hombre es quien manda en la casa, o sea “el que lleva los pantalones,” y es el hombre que tiene el derecho de opinar. A la mujer le toca la limpieza, cocinar, y limpiar el trasero sucio de cada uno de los siete niños que parió.

En esta familia nací, pero desafortunadamente soy de una generación diferente. La generación en que nací no entiende las costumbres de la otra, y ellos no entienden las nuestras tampoco. “¿Quién crees que eres quedándote en la biblioteca hasta las tres de la madrugada? ¿Quién crees que eres navegando las calles tan tarde?” “No sé mama, perdóname.” Lo único que puedo hacer es pedir perdón cuando mi mamá me interroga sobre por qué paso todo mi tiempo fuera de la casa estudiando, trabajando, y participando  en la comunidad.  Yo hubiera pensado que estarían orgullosos de mí, pero ¿por qué se enojan tanto? Parece que no entienden que por ser estudiante en la universidad me van a ocupar hasta muy tarde los grupos de estudio y el estudiar en la biblioteca. ¡Trabajo, voy a mis clases, y soy responsable! ¿Por qué no puedo quedarme allá con mis amigos? ¿Por qué no puedo quedarme estudiando en la biblioteca hasta que se cierre? Esto es lo que me ha dificultado en adaptarme a la “America” que me está aguardando cada vez que salgo de la casa. Aunque la frontera nos haya traspasado, yo vivo todavía en México. Me ha sido una lucha pagar la universidad trabajando sin mucho apoyo de mi familia. La verdad, no sé si los estudios de posgrado serán posibles para mí. Mis padres tienen casi 70 años y mi corazón no aguantaría la culpa si yo les diera la espalda y me fuera. Sin embargo hay algo que resulta positivo en todo esto; he allanado un camino que pueden seguir mis sobrinos.

Ir a la universidad está entre mis logros más grandes. Me ha dado esa emoción intensa y el ánimo para seguir adelante.  Lo más importante es que he descubierto un yo diferente. A esta semilla dentro de mí, le faltaba agua, faltaba la pasión para crecer y tenía una sed para algo que yo desconocía – ¡LA EDUCACIÓN! Mi corazón tenía sed para la educación. Ha sido la tierra que permite que mi semilla crezca, hasta ser un árbol gigante. Aún no sé cuál es mi lugar en este mundo pero la educación ha sido mi puerta a mil millones de posibilidades. Un mundo que yo desconocía, y que quiero que los demás descubran. Mi meta es ayudar a quienes están perdidos como estaba yo. Quiero señalarles cómo un individuo es capaz de lograr cualquier deseo que tenga en su corazón. Los logros no son logros si uno no tiende la mano de ayuda a otra persona.

Hazlo tu misma: Dale sabor a tu habitación!

El 23 de septiembre del 2011

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Traducido por Vanesa Herrera

¿Quieres un modo creativo para expresarte? ¿Por qué no intentar de redecorar tu habitación? Aquí tienes algunos consejos para ayudar a transformar tu habitación del aspecto soso  a algo más llamativo esta temporada. Si sientes que tu habitación está algo aburrida, empieza de nuevo con un ’maquillaje’ para tu habitación. Agrégale algo de sabor a tu cuarto con un hazlo-tu-misma-diseño de interiores.  Aquí tienes algunos consejos simples para ayudar a llevar tu cuarto desde aburrida a algo más atrevido esta temporada.

Colores vivos

Colores vivos como el verde eléctrico, amarillo, naranja y rosa están de moda ahora. Habitaciones que parecen estar inspiradas por un ave tropical exótica pueden aumentar tu experiencia del cuarto. Intenta pintar con un nuevo color fuerte sobre una de las paredes de tu habitación y escoge sábanas y almohadas que le combinen.

Aromas frescos

Agregando un jarrón de flores frescas en una habitación conlleva resultados impresionantes. Flores naturales tienen el poder de alegrarle el día a cualquiera, y además huelen magníficamente! Como las expertas latinas en decoración de interiores en casalatina.com lo afirman, “No necesitas tener un jardín para traer flores frescas hacia el interior de tu casa.” Sin embargo, si las flores no te gustan tanto, las velas también ofrecen algunos aromas increíbles y también vienen en algunos colores muy lindos.

Arte inusual

Todas amamos un poster de nuestra banda favorita, o cualquier tipo de placer para los ojos. Pero los posters se rompen, se arrugan y  se doblan con el tiempo. En lugar, podrías escoger una pintura pequeña o alguna fotografía realizada por un artista local para colgarla en una de tus paredes. Si te estas sintiendo atrevida, intenta agregarle calcomanías a tus paredes o incluso algunas obras de arte hechas por ti!

Cortinas llamativas

En un luminoso domingo por la mañana, la luz del sol a lo mejor no sea tu mejor amiga. Sin embargo, las simples persianas o cortinas blancas que cubren tu ventana tampoco son tus mejores amigas! Cubre el sol con estilo, agregando cortinas con colores vibrantes y diseños que resalten, como la huella de un animal, rayas fuertes o flores de colores.

Iluminación fuerte

Esto es importante, ya que la iluminación establece el ambiente de toda la habitación. ¿No crees que ya es tiempo de deshacerte de ese simple ventilador de techo viejo? Sería mejor agregar algo de clase con unos focos o araña de luces. “Simplemente une toda la habitación remplazando el tono de la lámpara vieja con algo moderno y al día”, recomiendan las expertas en casalatina.com. Para crear un ambiente de fiesta, encadena algunos focos multicolores alrededor de tu habitación.

Redecorar tu habitación no es tan difícil como parece. Con estos consejos simples, transformar tu cuarto debería de ser pan comido. Un pan atrevido, vibrante, y de buen aroma, eso es! Feliz decoración!

Soul Surfer – la película

El 7 de  junio del 2011

Read this article in English here

Traducido por Sarah Taylor

Aunque sonaría muy cliché, solo hay una palabra para describir la novela “Soul Surfer” – inspiradora.  No hay duda que la historia trágica, pero inspiradora, de Bethany Hamilton levantará sus espíritus.  Ya que la novela fue escrita por Bethany, al leerla te sientes como si estuvieras charlando con ella durante un almuerzo.  La novela es muy agradable y es un placer leerla.

El 31 de octubre del 2003 fue el día que la tragedia ocurrió.  Bethany estaba haciendo surfing con un amigo en la costa norteña de Kauai, Hawái cuando, de repente, sintió que algo pasó debajo de la tabla de surf.  Entonces, el ataque terrible ocurrió – un ataque de un tiburón que casi la mató.  Si el tiburón hubiera mordido un poco más arriba en la pierna, y si hubiera tocado con una ardería principal, Bethany habría muerto.  De hecho, ella había perdido casi 60 por ciento de su sangre cuando llegó al hospital.  La novela está llena de las descripciones vivas de toda la historia del ataque y como Bethany manejó la pérdida del brazo y el hecho de que casi se murió.

Durante varios meses Bethany se adaptó a un nuevo estilo de vida y reaprendió como hacer las cosas normales.  Con sólo un brazo, hasta las cosas sencillas, como atar los zapatos o poner la pasta de dientes en el cepillo de dientes, eran difíciles.  Sin embargo, ella estaba segura que no dejaría de hacer surfing.  Los padres, los hermanos y los amigos de ella hacen surfing y Bethany se enamoraba del surfing desde la niñez; ella simplemente no podría dejar de hacerlo.  En una entrevista con la revista El Espejo de Gran Britania Bethany dijo, “Para mí, la idea de no hacer surfing me da más miedo que regresar al mar después de la pérdida del brazo.  Sería imposible nunca hacer surfing de nuevo.”  La historia de Bethany es extraordinaria; aunque tuvo una “desventaja”, gracias a su dedicación y ambición ella ganó varios campeonatos de surfing.  Su desgracia también la llevó mucho más cerca a Dios y renovó su fe.

Ahora, es la escritora de un éxito en ventas, y con el estreno de una película sobre su vida, sin duda Bethany Hamilton es un buen model a imitar para las jóvenes.  Su historia nos muestra que puedes hacer todo lo que quieras. Triunfó y ha ganado muchos títulos nacionales en el surfing competitivo, a pesar de que las probabilidades le eran adversas.  Hoy en día hace surfing y disfruta mucho de su vida.  La novela es una historia muy motivadora y llena de las fotos de una chica joven que luchó con mucha fuerza para lograr sus sueños.

Ginger Raya, Board Member Spotlight

Latinitas would like to recognize Ginger Raya for her outstanding efforts to help Latinitas promote our mission of girl empowerment. She is part of the Board of Directors and an active member for the Alliance for Latinitas. We would like to thank and recognize her for her hard work and dedication to the organization. Here is a little bit about Ginger.

Name: Ginger J Raya

Title: Latinitas Advocate, Clinical Administrator at TTUHSC, Adjunct Faculty

What is your volunteer position?
El Paso Board Member

What volunteer projects have you helped with? Everything from workshop assistance to fundraisers like Tiara Tuesday, Latinitas Fashion Show and Fotos de mi Alma.

How long have you’ve been volunteering with Latinitas? 3 years this October! I started as a volunteer trying to help wherever I was needed.

How did you become interested in volunteering for Latinitas? I have always loved volunteering and I found Latinitas in a volunteer list serv.  I researched the organization and loved the mission and vision.  I believe that Latinas are  strongly underserved in most arenas. Latinitas draws girls in with interesting sessions and interactive workshops. Media and technology is just the hook that opens them up to additional learning and alternatives to poor choice behaviors.

What has been your most rewarding experience as a volunteer? Seeing what new ideas and empowerment does within the girls.  To see their enthusiasm and hunger for more information is an amazing experience for me as a volunteer.

What do you like most about being a volunteer for Latinitas? I love seeing how the mission directly impacts and enlightens the girls, this is the only reason I am here. Also, trying to get the word out about how important this organization is to Latinas.

Why do you think an organization like Latinitas is important? No one directly targets and consequently impacts this at risk population like Latinitas.  So much more needs to be done.

Describe your other volunteer experiences and/or civic involvement:  In the past I was a Big for Big Brother’s Big Sisters in El Paso.
Tell us a little background on yourself. (ex: family life, work experience, education)   My husband and I have a very young family of two boys (age 6 and 3).  They are very active and play sports like Tball, and Football.  I also am a full time Doctoral student.  I work at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center as a Clinical Administrator and also teach in the evenings at Park University and Dona Ana Community College.  I have a Bachelor’s and a Master’s from UTEP and truly feels that educational opportunities are the way we also help to empower young Latinas. As the child of teenage parents it was very impactful for me as a young girl to see my parents’ trials and tribulations in order to get my mother through her higher education pursuits.  I was lucky enough to see her earn two degrees from UTEP and have proceeded with my own educational pursuits through their positive examples.

October Volunteer Bulletin El Paso

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OCTOBER 2011  

Hello everyone! Please look over our Volunteer Bulletin for this month

and let us know when and where you are available to help.

Thank you so much for your continued support!


UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Viva La Voz CAMP Chicas Advancing in Media Project

Saturday October 15, 11:00 – 1:00 pm at El Paso Main Public Library

(501 North Oregon Street).Latinitas invites teen girls (ages 14-18) to participate

in writing & multimedia workshops They will be writing journalistic type stories

and producing media projects to be published in our online magazine. Volunteers

are needed to help mentor the teen participants during the scheduled workshops,

help with the planning process and serve as guest speakers with media related

experience.

If you are interested in helping or would like more information about attending

the workshop, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a

message 915.219.8554

Alliance for Latinitas

Monday, October 3, 6:00-7:00pm at the Percolator (217 N. Stanton)

This volunteer group offers a forum for women to support and advance

Latinitas’ mission to promote the empowerment of Latina youth.  Latinitas is

hosting a planning meeting for volunteers who would like to take on leadership

roles within this committee and help plan our upcoming events. We are currently

in the process of planning for a fall photography auction fundraiser.  If you are

interested in attending or would like more information, please contact us at

latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com or call and leave a message 915.219.8554.

Latinitas Volunteer Orientation

Tuesday, October 4 and October 18, 6:00pm – 7:00pm at the Latinitas

Headquarters (1359 Lomaland Suite 502). Latinitas will be providing bi-weekly

volunteer orientations to any potential volunteers. The orientation will provide

information about Latinitas and how to become involved in helping Latinitas with

the various projects including girl empowerment programs, alliance for Latinitas

and the editorial and multimedia team. Come join us and bring all your friends over

to become part of Latinitas. Orientations will be held twice a month the 1st and 3rd

Tuesday of each month. If you are interesting in helping or attending, please email

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

Red Ribbon Festival

Saturday, October 15, 10:00am – 2:00pm, Location: Bowie High School

(801 S. San Marcial). Latinitas will be participating at the Red Ribbon Festival – Health

and Safety Fair with a focus on drug abuse prevention. We will be passing out red

ribbons and will have an information table at the festival. We will also be doing arts

and crafts activities to promote a drug free environment and advise kids to say no

to drugs.  If you are interested in helping or would like more information, please

email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

Chalk the Block

Saturday, October 15, Time: TBA, Location: Downtown (Main Street and Oregon).

Latinitas is participating at Chalk the Block where we will we working on chalk art

activities. Volunteers are needed to help with assisting in filling in our chalk art

designs and promoting our programs. We will also need volunteers to help us host

crafts for kids where we will be helping them create their own art. If you are

interested in helping or would like more information, please email

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

YWCA Peace Rally

Saturday, October 22, 12:00pm – 4:00pm, Location: Mary Ann Dotson Camp

(4400 Boy Scout Lane). Latinitas will be displaying photography centered

around the theme of promoting world peace. The event is focused on promoting

social and racial justice and peace. The event will feature cultural and religious

presentations. Volunteers are needed to represent Latinitas at the rally and to help

girls with creating an art piece project.  If you are interested in helping or would

like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave

a message at 915.219.8554

Spooktacular
Saturday, October 22, 10:00am – 8:00pm, Location: El Paso Coliseum
(4100 East Paisano Dr) Latinitas will be part of Spooktacular, the largest
Halloween carnival in El Paso. We will be hosting arts and crafts activities for
children to participate and need volunteers interested in assisting with the
arts and crafts projects and promoting Latinitas programs.  If you are interested
in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com
or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

 

Saturday Camps

Saturday, October 8, 1:00-3:00pm at the Judge Marquez Library  Branch
(610 N. Yarbrough).October 15, 10:30am-12:30pm at the Richard Burges Library
(9600 Dyer). Saturday, October 22, 1:30pm- 3:30pm at Dorris Van Doren
(551 Redd Road).

Female volunteers are needed to assist our camp leaders and mentor girls

(in grades 4-8th) with hands-on media arts activities. These camps occur the

2nd (Eastside), 3rd (Northeast) & 4th (Westside) Saturday of every month,

so on-going mentoring is gladly accepted as well. If you are interested in helping,

please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at

915.219.8554

Tiara Tuesday

Tuesday, November 1, 5:30am – 7:30pm, Location: Mesa Street Bar and Grill

(2525 Mesa St.). Latinitas is hosting our second ultimate ladies’ night out,

Tiara Tuesday to fund raise money for Latinitas. Ladies will be able to enjoy a

martini and receive a manicure for $10 while being able to network with other

professional women. Volunteers are needed to help with setting up the event,

helping out at the information table, registering and greeting guests, facilitating

traffic at the manicure tables and photographing the event. If you are interested

in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com

or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITIES  

Club Mentors Wanted

Make a difference in a girl’s life as a club mentor. Latinitas hosts media enrichment

clubs where girls can build confidence through creative expression. Latinitas partners

with local schools, nonprofits, libraries and community centers to offer weekly

after-school Latinitas clubs or monthly Saturday workshops. Our clubs focus on

encouraging girls to build confidence through creative multimedia expression.

Girls in our clubs will participate in hands-on activities such as creative writing,

photography, arts & crafts, skits and more. Our clubs connect girls with positive

role models and encourage girls to express themselves in a safe and supportive

environment.  As a club mentor, you would assist with mentoring girls (in grades 4-8th)

at Latinitas’ After-School Clubs and help guide small team activities and motivate girls

to foster a positive self-esteem. Volunteers are asked to volunteer one day a week

between the hours 4:30pm to 6:30pm. If you are interested, contact us at 219.8554

or latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Recruitment Street Team

The Fall semester of Club Latinitas is coming up. We are seeking volunteers for our

Recruitment Street Team to distribute informational posters and recruit girls for our

after school programs. If you can commit 2 hours to help us post fliers at community

centers, contact us at 219.8554 or latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Art Supply Drive

Latinitas is organizing a school supply drive to benefit deserving girls enrolled in

our after-school programs. Donations of binders, notebooks, paper, scissors, paper,

markers, pens, gluesticks, color pencils and other basic art supplies are being

collected at the Latinitas headquarters – 1359 Lomaland # 502. If you are interested,

contact us at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

 

Chicas Advancing in Media Project Coordinator

Latinitas is seeking a Chicas Advancing in Media Project (CAMP) Coordinator.

The volunteer would help us lead bi-weekly CAMP workshops for high school girls.

They would help recruit members, plan and attend bi-weekly meetings,, mentor the

teen participants, guide girls in creating media projects, organize activities and field

trips, serve or find guest speakers with media experience, expose girls to

events/landmarks across the city and encourage girls to write and complete

multimedia projects to be published for the Latinitas magazine. If you are interested

in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com

or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554.

Fotos De Mi Alma Planning Team

Latinitas is looking for volunteers interested in helping us plan for our next great Fall

fundraiser, Fotos De Mi Alma, a photography auction by local artists to raise funds

for our outreach programs. Volunteers are needed to help acquire silent auction

items and photography donations for the auction, acquiring photo frames, appetizers,

beverages and raffles donations, finding sponsors for the event and helping promote

the event. If you are interested in helping or would like more information, please email

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

Photographers needed

Latinitas is looking for photographers that would be willing to donate some of their

photographs for our upcoming photography auction, Fotos De Mi Alma. The auction

will take place in order to fundraise money for Latintias outreach programs. If you

are interested in helping or would like more information, please email

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

 

CONTACT US: 

Sonia Rangel

(915) 219.8554
latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com
1359 Lomaland # 502
El Paso, TX 79935
http://www.LatinitasMagazine.org
http:/LatinitasElPasoChicas.blogspot.com

September Volunteer Bulletin El Paso

 

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SEPTEMBER 2011 Hello everyone! I would like to introduce myself, I am Sonia Rangel,  

the new Volunter & Outreach Coordinator for Latinitas.  I have taken

over Marisol Guzman’s position and am very excited to become part of

the Latinitas team. I know I have big shoes to fill and I hope I can do just

as great as Marisol has done over this past year. We (the Latinitas staff)

would like to thank Marisol for all her hard work and dedication as

Volunteer & Outreach Coordinator through the AmeriCorps Vista Program.

I am eager to get to know all of our volunteers. You are all essential to

Latinitas! Please look over our Volunteer Bulletin for this month and

let us know when and where you are available to help.

Thank you so much for your continued support!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Girl Empowerment Team Training

Saturday, September 10, 10:00 – 1:00pm at Latinitas Headquarters

(1359 Lomaland #502). Become a certified Latinitas leader by attending the

Girl Empowerment Team training session. This leadership training program will

provide guidance to female community volunteers (ages 18 and over) who would like

to take on a leadership role in Latinitas’ girl empowerment programs. Participants

will gain leadership, communication, teamwork, facilitation and media skills while

learning how they can serve as positive mentors and role models for young girls.

After the training, women leaders will be empowered as certified Latinitas leader

and will commit to leading at least 4 workshops during the course of the next year.

The training will offer hands-on workshops on how to implement Latinitas girl

empowerment programs which focus on helping girls build confidence through

creative multimedia expression. If you are interested in helping, please email

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message 915.219.8554.

Teen Leadership Institute Kick Off

Saturday, September 24, 10:00am – 4:00pm, Location: UTEP Union. Latinitas is

launching its next Leadership Institute where local teen girls interested in learning

more about leadership and volunteerism are encouraged to apply. Volunteers are

needed to help with planning the leadership workshops, promoting this opportunity

among teen girls, arranging guest speakers to speak at the kick off conference and

acquiring donations such money, door prizes, supplies or food. Volunteers are also

needed the day of the event to help with set up, serve as panels, assist with run

through and break down.  We are also seeking Latina leaders to serve as guest

speakers for our upcoming biweekly workshops.  If you are interested in helping

or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call

and leave a message at 915.219.8554

Saturday Camps

Saturday, September 10, 1:00-3:00pm at the Judge Marquez Library  Branch

(610 N. Yarbrough).Saturday, September 17, 10:30am-12:30pm at the Richard

Burges Library (9600 Dyer). Saturday, September 24, 1:00pm- 3:00pm at

Doris Van Doren (551 Redd Road).

Female volunteers are needed to assist our camp leaders and mentor girls

(in grades 4-8th) with hands-on media arts activities. These camps occur the

2nd (Eastside), 3rd (Northeast) & 4th (Westside) Saturday of every month,

so on-going mentoring is gladly accepted as well. If you are interested in

helping, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message

at 915.219.8554

Alliance for Latinitas

Monday, September 12th, 6:00-7:00pm at the Percolator (217 N. Stanton)

This volunteer group offers a forum for women to support and advance Latinitas’

mission to promote the empowerment of Latina youth.  Latinitas is hosting a

planning meeting for volunteers who would like to take on leadership roles within

this committee and help plan our upcoming events. We are currently in the

process of planning for a fall photography auction fundraiser.  If you are

interested in attending or would like more information, please contact us at

latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com or call and leave a message 915.219.8554.

Latinitas Volunteer Orientation

Tuesday, September 20, 6:00pm – 7:00pm at the Latinitas Headquarters

(1359 Lomaland Suite 502). Latinitas will be providing bi-weekly volunteer

orientations to any potential volunteers. The orientation will provide

information about Latinitas and how to become involved in helping Latinitas

with the various projects including girl empowerment programs, alliance for

Latinitas and the editorial and multimedia team. Come join us and bring all

your friends over to become part of Latinitas. Orientations will be held

twice a month the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month. If you are interesting

in helping or attending, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and

leave a message at 915.219.8554

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITIES

Club Mentors Wanted

Make a difference in a girl’s life as a club mentor. Latinitas hosts media

enrichment clubs where girls can build confidence through creative expression.

Latinitas partners with local schools, nonprofits, libraries and community

centers to offer weekly after-school Latinitas clubs or monthly Saturday

workshops. Our clubs focus on encouraging girls to build confidence through

creative multimedia expression. Girls in our clubs will participate in hands-on

activities such as creative writing, photography, arts & crafts, skits and more.

Our clubs connect girls with positive role models and encourage girls to express

themselves in a safe and supportive environment.  As a club mentor, you would

assist with mentoring girls (in grades 4-8th) at Latinitas’ After-School Clubs and

help guide small team activities and motivate girls to foster a positive

self-esteem. Volunteers are asked to volunteer one day a week between the

hours 4:30pm to 6:30pm. If you are interested, contact us at 219.8554 or

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Become a Latinitas Intern!

Latinitas is now looking for high school and college students who are interested

in becoming a part of our Fall Intern team! Latinitas offers exciting editorial,

marketing & public relations, fundraising, graphic design, event planning and

multimedia internships. We also offer Educational Outreach Internships

where interns lead girls and teens through creative multimedia expression

activities during our after-school programs, workshops and camps. To apply

for an internship, with Latinitas submit your resume to latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Recruitment Street Team

The Fall semester of Club Latinitas is coming up. We are seeking volunteers

for our Recruitment Street Team to distribute informational posters and

recruit girls for our after school programs. If you can commit 2 hours to

help us post fliers at community centers, contact us at 219.8554 or

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com.

Graphic Design Assistant

Latinitas is looking for someone with graphic design skills who can help

generate flyers, promotional materials and magazine layouts. If you are

interested, contact us at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Back to School Supply Drive

Latinitas is organizing a school supply drive to benefit deserving girls enrolled

in our after-school programs. Donations of binders, notebooks, paper, scissors,

paper, markers, pens, gluesticks, color pencils and other basic school and art

supplies are being collected at the Latinitas headquarters – 1359 Lomaland # 502.

If you are interested, contact us at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Teen Leadership Institute Coordinator

Latinitas is recruiting a couple of Teen Leadership Institute Coordinators.

These volunteers would help us lead the five-month leadership institute for

high school girls.  They would help recruit members, plan our monthly

workshops, attend monthly meetings, teach girls leadership principals,

coordinate guest speakers, organize activities, mentor participants and

guide girls in organizing service projects. If you are interested in helping or

would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call

and leave a message at 915.219.8554.

Chicas Advancing in Media Project Coordinator

Latinitas is seeking a Chicas Advancing in Media Project (CAMP) Coordinator.

The volunteer would help us lead bi-weekly CAMP workshops for high school girls.

They would help recruit members, plan and attend bi-weekly meetings,, mentor

the teen participants, guide girls in creating media projects, organize activities

and field trips, serve or find guest speakers with media experience, expose girls

to events/landmarks across the city and encourage girls to write and complete

multimedia projects to be published for the Latinitas magazine.  We will host

our next planning meeting for our CAMP coordinators on Thursday, September 8th

at 6:00pm at the Latinitas Headquarters (1359 Lomaland #520). If you are interested

in helping or would like more information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or

call and leave a message at 915.219.8554.

Fotos De Mi Alma Planning Team

Latinitas is looking for volunteers interested in helping us plan for our next great

Fall fundraiser, Fotos De Mi Alma, a photography auction by local artists to raise

funds for our outreach programs. Volunteers are needed to help acquire silent

auction items and photography donations for the auction, acquiring photo frames,

appetizers, beverages and raffles donations, finding sponsors for the event and

helping promote the event. If you are interested in helping or would like more

information, please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message

at 915.219.8554

Photographers needed

Latinitas is looking for photographers that would be willing to donate some of

their photographs for our upcoming photography auction, Fotos De Mi Alma.

The auction will take place in order to fundraise money for Latintias outreach

programs. If you are interested in helping or would like more information,

please email latinitas.sonia@gmail.com or call and leave a message at

915.219.8554

CONTACT US:   Sonia Rangel 

(915) 219.8554
latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com

latinitas.sonia@gmail.com
1359 Lomaland # 502
El Paso, TX 79935
http://www.LatinitasMagazine.org
http:/LatinitasElPasoChicas.blogspot.com

 

 

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August Volunteer Bulletin El Paso

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AUGUST 2011  

Hello everyone! Please look over our Volunteer Bulletin for this month

and let us know when and where you are available to help.

Thank you so much for your continued support!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Housing Authority Youth Leadership & Career Conference 

August 11, 10:30am-3:30pm at the EPCC (9050 Viscount Bldg A). The Housing

Authority of the City of El Paso will be hosting its annual youth leadership and career e

xploration conference. As part of the conference, Latinitas will be training a team of

girls to cover the event as reporters. The girls will learn how to conduct interviews,

shoot pictures, film and make a newsletter to document the conference. Volunteers are

needed to help with set up and break down along with mentoring girls in photography,

video and writing activities. If you are interested in helping, please email

latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com or call 915.219.8554.

Girl Empowerment Team Training

Saturday, August 27, 10:00 to 1:00pm at Latinitas Headquarters (1359 Lomaland #502).

Become a certified Latinitas leader by attending the Girl Empowerment Team training

session. This leadership training program will provide guidance to female community

volunteers (ages 18 and over) who would like to take on a leadership role in Latinitas’ girl

empowerment programs. Participants will gain leadership, communication, teamwork,

facilitation and media skills while learning how they can serve as positive mentors and

role models for young girls. After the training, women leaders will be empowered as

certified Latinitas leader and will commit to leading at least 4 workshops during the

course of the next year. The training will offer hands-on workshops on how to

implement Latinitas girl empowerment programs which focus on helping girls build

confidence through creative multimedia expression. If you are interested in helping,

please email latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com or call 915.219.8554.

Chicas Advancing in Media Project

August 13 & 20, 11:00am-1:00pm at the EPCC Valle Verde Campus, Room A2518.

Latinitas invites teen girls (ages 13-18) to participate in writing & multimedia workshops

this summer. Girls in this program write feature stories and create media projects to be

published in our online magazine. Volunteers are needed to help mentor the teen

participants during the scheduled workshops, help with the planning process and serve

as guest speakers with media related experience. If you are interested in helping or

would like more information about attending the workshops, please contact us at latinitasmari@yahoo.com or call 915.219.8554.

Saturday Camps

Saturday, August 13, 10:30am-12:30pm at the Richard Burges Library (9600 Dyer).

Saturday, August 13, 1:00-3:00pm at the Judge Marquez Library Branch

(610 N. Yarbrough). Saturday, August 27, 10:30am-12:30pm at the Westside Branch

Library (125 Belvidere). Female volunteers are needed to assist our camp leaders

and mentor girls (in grades 4-8th) with hands-on media arts activities. These camps

occur the 2nd & 4nd Saturday of every month, so on-going mentoring is gladly

accepted as well. If you are interested in helping, please email latinitasmari@yahoo.com

or call and leave a message at 915.219.8554

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITIES  

Club Leaders Wanted

Make a difference in a girl’s life as a club leader. Latinitas hosts media enrichment clubs

where girls can build confidence through creative expression. Latinitas partners with

local schools, nonprofits, libraries and community centers to offer weekly after-school

Latinitas clubs or monthly Saturday workshops. Our clubs focus on encouraging girls to

build confidence through creative multimedia expression. Girls in our clubs will participate

in hands-on activities such as creative writing, photography, arts & crafts, skits and more.

Our clubs connect girls with positive role models and encourage girls to express

themselves in a safe and supportive environment.  As a club leader, you would guide

small team activities and motivate girls to foster a positive self-esteem. Volunteers

commit 2 hours per week after school between 3:00-6:00pm for at least 4 months or

2 hours per month on Saturdays. If you are interested, contact us at 219.8554 or

latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Become a Latinitas Intern!

Latinitas is now looking for high school and college students who are interested in

becoming a part of our Fall Intern team! Latinitas offers exciting editorial,

marketing & public relations, fundraising, graphic design, event planning and multimedia

internships. We also offer Educational Outreach Internships where interns lead girls and

teens through creative multimedia expression activities during our after-school

programs, workshops and camps. To apply for an internship, with Latinitas submit

your resume to latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Recruitment Street Team

The Fall semester of Club Latinitas is coming up. We are seeking volunteers for our

Recruitment Street Team to distribute informational posters and recruit girls for our

after school programs. If you can commit 2 hours to help us post fliers at community

centers, contact us at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Graphic Design Assistant

Latinitas is looking for someone with graphic design skills who can help generate flyers,

promotional materials and magazine layouts. If you are interested, contact us

at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Video Editor

Latinitas is seeking someone with basic video editing skills to review content and pos

t stories on Latinitas Magazine’s YouTube channel. Contact us at 219.8554 or

latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com if you can help for as little as 1-2 hours per week.

Back to School Supply Drive

Latinitas is organizing a school supply drive to benefit deserving girls enrolled in our

after-school programs. Donations of binders, notebooks, paper, scissors, paper, markers,

pens, gluesticks, color pencils and other basic school and art supplies are being collected

at the Latinitas headquarters – 1359 Lomaland # 502. If you are interested, contact us

at 219.8554 or latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com.

Alliance for Latinitas

Tuesday, August 16th, 6-7pm at Latinitas Office (1359 Lomaland #502)

Monday, September 12th, 6-7pm at the Percolator (217 N. Stanton)

This volunteer group offers a forum for women to support and advance Latinitas’ mission

to promote the empowerment of Latina youth.  Latinitas is hosting a planning meeting for

volunteers who would like to take on leadership roles within this committee and help

plan our upcoming events. We are currently in the process of planning for a fall

photography auction fundraiser.  If you are interested in attending or would like more

information, please contact us at latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com or call 915.219.8554.

After-School Club Mentor
Volunteers are needed to assist with mentoring girls (in grades 4-8th) at Latinitas’

After-School Clubs. These clubs meet weekly at various schools, libraries and housing

centers around town. Volunteers are asked to volunteer one day a week, between

the hours 4:30pm to 6:30pm.  If you are interested in helping, or would like more

information please email latinitasmari@yahoo.com or call 915.219.8554

Teen Leadership Institute Coordinator

Latinitas is recruiting a couple of Teen Leadership Institute Coordinators.  These

volunteers would help us lead the five-month leadership institute for high school girls.

They would help recruit members, plan our monthly workshops, attend monthly

meetings, teach girls leadership principals, coordinate guest speakers, organize activities,

mentor participants and guide girls in organizing service projects. If you are interested

in helping or would like more information, please email latinitasmari@yahoo.com or

call 915.219.8554.

 

CONTACT US:
(915) 219.8554
latinitaselpaso@yahoo.com
1359 Lomaland # 502
El Paso, TX 79935
http://www.LatinitasMagazine.org
http:/LatinitasElPasoChicas.blogspot.com

Obtén ese bonito look de otoño

Septiembre 28 del  2011

Read this article in English here

Traducido por Alex Benitez

El otoño es un tiempo ideal para un nuevo look. Nuevos estilos de cabello y de maquillaje están llegando desde todos lados del mundo. El otoño representa una moda natural con inspiración de las modas del pasado. Desde el maquillaje divertido, fresco  y juvenil de Selena Gómez hasta el cabello natural y perfecto de Taylor Swift, la moda de otoño parece imposible de obtener, pero no se preocupen!

Maquillaje:

1er consejo: Menos es más

Cuando se trata de maquillaje, este dicho es pura verdad: menos es más! No tienes que usar una tonelada de maquillaje para exponer los mejores detalles  de tu carita. El maquillaje supuestamente es para acentuar tu belleza natural, no para convertirte en alguien completamente diferente. Busca una crema hidratante teñida de un color que se armoniza con el tono de tu piel. Evita usar las bases de maquillaje porque envejecen tu piel. Cover Girl es fantástico y una marca no muy cara de maquillaje para todas las edades. Agrega un poco de mascara en tus pestañas y un poquitín de carmín en tus mejillas para darle un punto final a tu perfil.

2do consejo: Anima tus ojos

Como dice el dicho: “los ojos son la ventana del alma” entonces,  porque no hacer que luzcan mucho mejor. Como la moda de otoño sugiere es bueno dejarlo simple y natural, pero no tengas miedo de darle a tus ojos un acento especial. Sombras ligeras son  mucho mejores para ti, porque son adecuadas para tu edad y no te hacen lucir mayor. Realza tus pestañas con un rímel juvenil como el de Maybelline, New Big Great Lash. Y si tienes ganas pon algo de delineador.

3er  consejo: Hermosos labios

Para el otoño mantén tus labios al natural. Apégate a sombras neutrales o usa un carmín que le dé un poco de brillo a tus labios. Stila es una marca de lápiz labial perfecto para jovencitas; no solo es económico pero dura mucho tiempo y tiene un poco de color. Palme’s Cocoa Butter es genial si buscas algo que protege tus labios del frio durante el otoño.

Cabello:

1er consejo: No exageres tu peinado

Cuando estés  arreglando tu cabello, trata de mantenerlo tan natural como sea posible. No hagas muchos rizos, no lo hagas tu cabello extra recio, y no pongas muchos productos en tu cabello. No quieres arruinar tu cabello; por eso mantenlo simple. Lo más brillante que es tu cabello, lo más saludable. Neutrogena  Triple Moisture es un excelente acondicionador para usar en tu cabello, es profundo, repara daño y mantiene tu cabello con aspecto saludable.

2do Consejo: Ama tu cabello

En algún momento de nuestras vidas, todos queremos cabello diferente. Chicas con cabello ondulado quieren cabello recio y viceversa. Ama el cabello que tienes. Si tienes rizos, acéptalos! La moda de otoño  se trata de amar tu belleza natural.  Si tienes un cabello ondulado, acarréalo casualmente o haz que luzca mejor aplicando un poco mas de ondulación.  Si lo tienes lacio déjalo largo y suelto o pon moños  o déjalo todo suelto para presumir tus trenzas. Si tienes pelo ondulado déjalo suelto de modo informal o realza los rizos un poco. Vas a aprender a amar tu pelo ya que todos peinados son bonitos.

3er consejo: Cambia tu estilo

Como mencionado antes, debes de amar tu cabello ondulado, con rizos o lacio; pero no significa que no puedes cambiar tu estilo. Cortes de cabello como Pixie, Bobs o Bangs están de moda este otoño. Agrega una banda de cabello  o un palillo a cualquier estilo para finalizar el gran estilo.

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