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    Blog posts of '2015' 'February'

    (0) Free Jamaican Castor Oil
    Try it for FREE! Experience the difference Jamaican castor oil can make on your skin and hair! The powerful blend of soothing essential oils and Jamaican castor beans helps repair and strengthen hair, nourishes to promote healthy growth, and rejuvenates both dry skin and hair. Also perfect for hot ...
    (0) How to remove paper labels from fabric
    Sometimes there is a company label on the fabric that needs to be removed. This paper normally comes off fairly easily when it is heated lightly with an iron. Other times, the paper needs to be lightly wetted before it comes off easily. If this still does not work, the next step is to apply a produc...
    (0) Cutting oils
    Normally our customers sell the oils  uncut. This is what most customers want most of the time. Cutting or watering down the oils can also hurt your reputation, and lose the trust of your customers.There are times when oils need to be cut however. You can make your oils last longer or work better i...
    (0) Black History Month and the Mardi Gras Indians
    [caption id="attachment_8043" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Purple Orange and Green Kente Cloth Purple Orange and Green Kente Cloth[/caption] February marks the annual Black History Month celebrations around the country, and it is also a great time of celebration during Mardi Gras. What does Black History Month Have to do with M...
    (0) The Cultural Significance of the African Headwrap
    The Cultural Significance of the African Headwrap The African headwrap has become a symbol of exoticity and a cultural fashion statement for decades here in the U.S. Beautiful and versatile, each headwrap gives someone a chance to express their heritage and their love of African fashion. However, there is much more to the headwrap than the beauti...
    (0) Dudu Osun Shea Moisturizers
    New from makers of the #1 selling Dudu Osun Black Soap: Dudu Osun Moisturizing Lotion and Dudu Osun 100% Pure Shea Butter Fight off dry, winter skin! Add these to your regimen and get ultra-nourished and rejuvenated skin. M-P334m M-P335m There are so many ways that you can benefit from shea butter. Shea butter ...
    (0) 12 Ways to Celebrate Black History Month
    [caption id="attachment_8024" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr.[/caption]Black History Month is an amazing way to connect with your community, your family, and your heritage. Find some new ways to celebrate and commemorate African American history with these 12 ideas. #1 - Try...
    (0) Tuskegee Airman John Mulzac
    Retired FDNY Lt. John Mulzac, a Tuskegee Airman who took to the skies in three wars, died this week. He was 91. wake Mulzac, a Brooklyn resident, was an original member of the elite Tuskegee Airmen, the first African-American military aviators in the United States Armed Forces. During World War II, Blac...
    (0) The Hidden Meanings of African Clothing
    Meanings of African Clothing This Black History Month, you or others you know may be celebrating by wearing traditional African garments to church or other events. Wearing African clothing is a wonderful way for many to celebrate their culture and their heritage and to commemorate the beauty of the motherland. Wearing African...
    (0) Harriet Tubman - A True Hero from Black History
    Black History Month is here and we want to commemorate it with a tribute to one of Black history's greatest trailblazers: Harriet Tubman. Harriet Tubman Black History Month Hero "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change th...
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