Month: May 2019

Unleashing a Needle and Removing ‘hair braiding license’ requirements puts Black women at risk

I recently read the article “Hair braiding bill represents ‘new narrative’ at legislature” and Rep. Rena Moran’s move to eliminate hair braiding license requirements. I strongly disagree. She thinks she’s helping us, but she’s not. Removing the education piece will only place Black women at even higher health risks. “Hair

Natural Hair Braiding Requires Reform

🥳🤓🧐SUPPORT the Natural Hair Braiding Amendment to Minnesota HF1935 🤔This guy is the SMART one! Attorney Justin Pearson, for example, noted a provision that requires hair braiders who use a weft, which is needed for popular African American hair braiding, requires a license. The weft-less braiding of white women’s hair

Rested in Serene Unlimited Faithfulness

I’m happy with unlimited serenity. Feeling well rested on the road to recovery 📈 and I think that it would have been a great way to get the best out of it, and the first thing you can see from the picture is Worth IT! [Simple-payment id=”213″]

Unwavering Faithfulness to the Hair Game!

As a game changer in the Natural Hair Business. I’m coming from a generational career as a cosmetologist to an environmentally friendly advocate for the education of Black women as Natural Hair Braiders. So if you’re looking 👀 for assistance, support or help with navigating your steps in the Natural

Good Morning 🌞 SuperNaturals

Good Morning 🌞 #SuperNaturals I’m up early this morning taking my child to dance 💃🏾 practice. Have a Great Day🤓

For ALL Natural Hair Braiding Stylist!

Burning Braids as a Natural Hair Braider is Dangerous!

Braid Lighter Safety Demo at The MN Capital After reading the I’m wondering why did Moran evaluate the hours in Lousiana at 500 hours when Tennessee has just reduced the required hours from 300 to 16 hours? “It’s not like Louisiana that requires 500 hours, but we want to make

Congratulations 🎊🍾🎈🎉 Hawa dolley @CeCiHairBraiding

Thanks Ceci for all the Natural Hair Braiding Registration you have gotten for your Natural Hair Stylist. Your shop has to be the most compliant Natural Hair Braiding Shop in Minnesota. [Simple-payment id=”213″]

Natural Hair & the 💉Neddle-Stick Act

🤔eco Hair Braider® Association, LLC. concerns are that there is a lack of research on the impact of SUTURE needles 💉 and blood-borne pathogen exposures 🦠within the Hair Braiding and Cosmetology occupations for 📌#BlackWomen 👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿👏🏿

Natural Hair Braiders 💕

As a Natural Hair Braider dealing with the public can be stressful without the proper customer service training. Natural Hair Care requires the right temperament when working with clients and some the the personal issues a client may have. Natural Hair Care can be a bridge to mental health, sex

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