BLACK FRIDAY weekend offer 30% OFF Natural Nubian Dolls
The growing retail toy brand Natural Nubian Dolls is providing a spectacular offer over the BLACK FRIDAY WEEKEND from midnight on Friday, 29th November 2019 – Midnight, Sunday, 1st December 2019 customers will be able to receive 30% off all dolls and afro-centric products using discount code BLACKFRIDAY30 while stock lasts."
The toy brand - Natural Nubian Doll, tackles the topic of beauty head-on with their range of black dolls representing the diaspora of African Beauties from Algeria to Zimbabwe, Antigua to Trinidad & Tobago, throughout Black History Month in the UK.
The founder, Joy at Natural Nubian Dolls says;
"This offer is to ensure that we are providing an opportunity for many more daughters, nieces, sisters and friends to own a Natural Nubian Doll. All Natural Nubian Dolls are symbols of recognition for little girls of all races. It conforms to the diversity of life all around them. They promote the inclusion and representation of Afro/Caribbean girls' diversity and equality. They are also the key to normalising the purchase of black dolls worldwide. Evidence proves that their natural looks elicit self-respect in the little girls of all races who've come across them."
"As a growing brand, I aim to be competitive and accessible to as many conscious consumers as possible, therefore the discount code BLACKFRIDAY30 is available for a limited period of time."
To purchase the collection of dolls, visit; https://naturalnubiandolls.com/collections/dolls
"It's time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is a strength" - Maya Angelou.
When I was growing up, I had so many insecurities about myself. I hated my kinky hair, so I kept of trying to straighten it or use fake hair to make it look like other girl's straight hair. I would use a weave or have my hair relaxed to cover my naturally kinky hair.
My skin was another source of my insecurity. I didn't feel beautiful because I had darker skin than my mother and sister. I felt different and sad to say, ugly. It didn't help matters that the dolls that have had blonde hair, blue eyes, white skin and trim figure.
As a parent, I've always wanted my child to grow up happy, healthy and confident in her skin. I hated to have her grow up with the same issues that I had when I was growing up. I didn't want her to think that she had to look a sure way to be considered beautiful; everyone is unique and beautiful https://naturalnubiandolls.com/collections/afrikawakeup I wanted her to see that her hair and her skin colour was just as beautiful and should be celebrated just like any other child's. So one day, I set out to the toy shop to find a doll that didn't fit that description.
I was so appalled by how limited the selection was when it comes to darker shaded dolls. What's even more surprising is that the small collection of dark-coloured toys didn't have a look that I was seeking. The skin colour looked unnatural like someone spray-painted the doll brown. The hair fibres felt like the manufacturers just used a crimper to make it curly. Suffice to say I didn't buy any doll.
My need for a better, more natural-looking doll with a naturally darker skin colour gave me the idea to create Natural Nubian Dolls. I have created a range of dolls named; including Cleopatra and Malia so far, and they are gorgeous. Malia's hair is short, kinky and as all over the place as mine while Cleopatra's is a lot longer but just as curly. They both have beautiful chocolate brown skin that matches most African skin tone. I could not have been happier the first time that I saw them. It was like the insecure kid in me suddenly realised that I was beautiful and that all those hours and money I spent trying to straighten my hair was time and effort wasted.
I wanted to make more Natural Nubian Dolls not just for my baby girl but also for other parents with African descent to give to their little kid.