While on tour promoting BlackFollicles.com, looking for exclusive gifts to start crowdfunding, I met Zoë Mezas and Pékula Starke. Two amazing inspiring entrepreneurial women who are the brains behind the most colorful trendy bags that don’t just turn heads, they also changed lives.
BlackFollicles.com is the solution to the fast growing demand for natural hair care products that brick and mortar stores can’t seem to meet. Sparked by the internet revolution and fueled by social media, the Black natural hair care industry has developed into such a thriving $500 million market that a company like Bain Capital has become an early investor.*
The Going-Natural.com store is in the process of expanding to a Social Cyber Buy Black Shopping Mall offering (Hair) Products FOR US BY US!
Promoting the true beauty of natural hair is our primary goal and we can use all the social help we can get. So here is what you can do and if you are a blogger, not only can you promote your blog as well, we won’t only help promote your will help promote bloggers can earn a little extra cash by helping us spread the word.
Today is my husband’s 57th birthday! As much as I talk, I actually had only few words of Celebration! Quote: ” So you are 57 years as of today.” His gift is “less words” & perhaps better timing on my part for those words.
Ok, this is the beginning of my blog. What do I write? I am very talkative but I do not care to be inconsiderate of any possible readers that I may have. Here goes.
Last Sunday, October 24th, I had a conversation with the female guard while at church (since we have no brick and morter building, yet, we simply gather in the public health building) about her new hair style. I learned that it was a weave, but I did not ask. I simply admired her hair do. She then shared with me three local INDY sources where I could get my own hair done.