Gabrielle Goodwin, is President and CEO of GaBBY Bows. She and her mom invented the Double-Face Double-Snap Barrette. There are many reasons why I wanted to cover this young lady, her business and this product on my site. GaBBY Bows represents everything that I hope to reflect here at The Sistah Cafe.
This post is sponsored by Braids of Natural Art. All opinions expressed are my own.
Moms and Dads Listen Up! How would you like to drop your children off to get their natural tresses tended to in a safe and private setting just for kids twice a month? What if I told you that each visit includes guaranteed experiences, NO WAITING, designated area for kids, lunch and additional discounts at popular Atlanta venues?
Oh Stop the presses! This just in… As the mother of the world’s BIGGEST Marvel fan I am pleased and proud to announce that Marvel has a new Iron Man and She is a Black Girl With Natural Hair!
This post is sponsored by Djea Natural Hair Spa. All opinions are my own.
Djea Natural Hair Spa is hosting it’s very first Health & Beauty Forum on August 27th and I am super excited to be a part of this event! Natural hair and health are very important to me. As we all know, your physical health and how you take care of yourself has a HUGE impact on the quality and growth of your hair, skin, and nails.
The school year has come to a close and if you’re the super organized mom, your child’s summer schedule is loaded with the best day camps in your hometown and S.T.E.M. sleep always. But for those of us who are driven off the pure adrenaline of procrastination, don’t worry!
Your daughter has been rocking her Crochet Braids for about 4 weeks and it is now time for them to be taken out. The technique for uninstalling Crochet Braids is easy, however, the process must be done carefully to prevent cutting or damaging your child’s natural hair.
Douglas Family Gold is Oxygen’s newest reality docu-series that follows gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas and her support system, which include matriarch Natalie Hawkins, sisters Arielle “Arie” Hawkins, Joyelle “Joy” Douglas, brother, Johnathan Douglas and grandmother Miss Carolyn Ford.
It isn’t a shock that most teenage girls when contemplating wearing their hair in a “protective hairstyle” such as Crochet Braids, think solely of the result which is having a cute hairstyle. Many teens are unaware of the importance of scalp/hair maintenance when wearing protective hairstyles.
You can’t go anywhere without seeing teenage girls wearing their hair styled in crochet braids. Crochet braiding is not a new technique, but it is one that is regaining popularity.
The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. – MECCA Chapter (NCBW-MECCA) hosted its 13th annual scholarship fundraiser on Saturday, March 5, 2016, at Atlanta City Hall Atrium. The scholarship event raised money for young ladies and also recognized the accomplishments of African-American women in education, arts and cultural affairs, corporate and community service.