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March 6th, 2017
Posted by carijayy

Happy Monday loves!


March is here and that means that summer is right around the corner! I’m anxiously waiting to for my melanin to glow even more in the sun!


I’ve been reflecting about the past year and how grateful I am to do what I love. What’s even better is that you all have supported me throughout this journey. I am beyond grateful to God for each and every one of you! You could’ve been anywhere in the world, but you’re here with me! I want to show my appreciation to every single one of you this month. In my best Ace Boogie’s voice..


“Everybody Eats B!”


This month, I want to offer a referral special where everyone benefits.


For the month of March, if you refer a friend, [....]

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#GROWvember: Honoring Annie Turnbo Malone and Madam C.J. Walker

November 1st, 2016
Posted by carijayy

Hi Hunnies!!


It’s pretty obvious that I love what I do and I love to share with you all even more! I love reading about the history of our hair and the accomplishments we have achieved despite obvious obstacles. Seriously, we are resilient! The hair industry is full of black hair care giants who have laid the foundation to the methods we still use today! I want to share with you two women who completely changed the black hair care industry and entrepreneurship for black women today. Stay tuned because I have something special for you guys!

The first woman is someone I did not know about but after reading about her, she deserves a MAJOR SHOUTOUT!!!

Annie Turnbo Malone was born in a small town in Illinois in 1867. Annie, like many other [....]

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September Special | Dr. Halle T.D. Johnson

September 19th, 2016
Posted by carijayy

Hello everyone! This month I was inspired by my clients, friends and all of the talented African American women I see on an everyday basis. I want to put a spotlight on one woman in particular in our history.

Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson was an African American physician. At 24, she decided that she wanted to enroll into medical school. She earned her M.D. in just 3 short years from the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1891. At that time, Booker T. Washington, founder of the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, was looking for a nominee to fill a teaching position. He wrote to the Woman’s Medical College and Johnson gladly accepted the offer in August of 1891. However, before she could accept the position, she had to face the ultimate test, passing the Alabama [....]

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