The Business of Black Hair Since 2009 Tennessee has fined several braiders and more than thirty salons in excess of $100,000 not because of any health or sanitation violations but because the braiders are unlicensed. In Tennessee to obtain a license to braid hair braiders must ‘complete at least 300 hours of coursework…across the entire … Continue reading Braiders and Fines
Hey guys! And welcome to another post! Our mission at Mixx in Providence has always been to bring high quality natural hair products to our customers. For the past few months we have been working on re-branding and will be upgrading to Mixx Naturals and a new online store. We have been busy collaborating with … Continue reading Yoga for the Culture
It is now 2018 and unfortunately Martin Luther Kings words resonate now more than they ever did in the last twenty years of ‘progress’. Because of King and the many men and women who fought with him we have overcome hate, exclusion and segregation. In the last forty years we have reached levels … Continue reading MLK: Our Past, Present & Future
Acne: Honey is naturally antibacterial, so it’s great for acne treatment and prevention. Aging: Full of antioxidants, it is great for slowing down aging. Complexion boost: It is extremely moisturizing and soothing, so it helps create a glow. Pores: Honey is clarifying because it opens up pores making them easy to unclog. Hair: Moisturizes and … Continue reading Benefits of Honey
Sunday is my hair day, the day I try to devote to washing, deep conditioning and every six weeks or so dyeing. I bought some dye a few days before, jet black, and was all set to take a few hours to get rid of my gray hairs that pop up around my edges. Then … Continue reading Back to Henna
Black Hair Economics Although I find it insane that schools do not teach their students how to do all types of hair I do wonder if they did how that will impact the black hair stylist in the black communities. Would we then run out to the high end streets to get our hair … Continue reading Salon Diversity, Are You Here For It?
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