👀Should regulations and the NEED for infection control training be in the National Hair Braiding Act?

To ignore the fact that hair braiding exempts state regulations, but what 😦 about the federal government regulations? The Centers for Disease Control 🤒 has a workbook that I have used to design, assess and evaluate the salon culture. 🕵🏼‍♀️My findings are the need for training programs for comprehensive infectious diseases blood borne pathogens 🦠Continue reading “👀Should regulations and the NEED for infection control training be in the National Hair Braiding Act?”

My Story

Hi, I’m Denise. I’m a third-generation hairstylist and licensed in three states. I desired to open a beauty school that teaches hair weaving. Not just any school but an online school to teach massive amounts of black women. My struggle was that the cosmetology boards, requiring an application fee for my hard work. Fortunately, theContinue reading “My Story”

FREE Hair Braiding Registration

💯 FREE Hair Braiding Registration 💇‍♀️🏽Infection Control Course 📲http://www.HNIC.online ✍️🏾Enter your email 📧 ✅I’ll email 📧 your Completion Certificate! And if you leave you, 📲 I will text 💬you. 💤Don’t sleep on this offer.


📱The 30th is National Social Media Day! We are glad 😆 you decided to like our blog. Thanks for stopping by. Now let’s get down to business 📈 with the repeal of the hair braiding license in Minnesota doesn’t mean 😏 other states will follow. So I’m offering the 💇‍♀️🏽Hair braiding Infection Control course forContinue reading “💯FREE HAIR BRAIDING REGISTRATION”

Hair Braiding is REPEAL!

Minnesota has REPEALED hair braiding from the Board of Cosmetologist and hair Braiders will no longer have the options of being licensed to do natural hair. The deregulation of natural hair care to just hair braiding and not considering the many women who preform natural hair styles, weaves and wigs. Hair Braider Registration REPEALED It’sContinue reading “Hair Braiding is REPEAL!”

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 braiding” as defined in HFContinue reading “Unleashing a Needle and Removing ‘hair braiding license’ requirements puts Black women at risk”

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 Hair Business I’m here toContinue reading “Unwavering Faithfulness to the Hair Game!”

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 sure that we are notContinue reading “Burning Braids as a Natural Hair Braider is Dangerous!”

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″]