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Arlene Embola

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Arlene Embola “lives in Columbus, Georgia with her husband and their four daughters. At age nine, Embola immigrated to the United States from Jamaica. She earned her high school diploma from Baltimore Polytechnic Institute and joined the United States Army to pay her way through college. After ten years of service in the military, Embola attended Roy Peter’s Color Academy, worked in various local salons and now owns the Transformation Salon de Coiffure in Columbus, Georgia. She is also an educator with Joico Laboratories based in Los Angeles and ISO, Inc. based in Darien, Conn.”  Arlene Embola is the author of Call Forth From the Deep.

According to the book description of Call Forth From the Deep, “Undoing generations of erroneous practices call for change to the most powerful tool known to mankind, the mind. Only through a "Transformation" can true change take place. Far too long, man has damaged himself by his hurried acceptance of what can be done for him, with some "miracle" product and remaining ignorant to that which is already within him. Examining one specific area- the hair- brings to remembrance for some or all: Sitting between Mama's legs while she oiled your hair. Mama didn't know better. Going to the salon to have your curly hair fried straight. The stylist didn't know better. Using over-the-counter products and then demanded a stylist fix it. You didn't know better. Discover how to revel in your crowning glory. Learn how to replace the generations of erroneous practices, and "Call Forth From the Deep" your true beauty.”


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