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[Important] African Black Soap: The real from the fake.

How to tell the real from the fake 

African Black Soap

For millennia the ancient ones have been using natural Black Soap to help protect their skin from the most strenuous heat. A product that worked so well that the recipe has never change claiming it to be an improvement, well, at least until now. The corporations were afraid they would lose out on business if they didn't jump on the "Natural" or "Woke" "Trend" that was becoming popular in the urban community. I mean, lets be real, Black hair care alone is over $2.5 Billion industry. Who would want to give up a piece of that pie?

But Beware. Just because your favorite Mainstream Brand has finally jumped on the Natural or holistic bandwagon, does not mean they are prepared to bring you natural nor holistic products. African Black Soap is a prime example as they have tried transforming something that was already perfect in itself into a product made for sell. which desperately takes the value out of the soap. 

Take a look at this video from Green Beauty to protect yourself from the many sick vultures that produced these regular chemicals and disguises them as Natural Black soap.

[Up & Coming] Beu NiQue Define Yourself

Euniqua Gilliam


Be uNiQue Hair Salon

Hair can easily be the first thing on a person that is noticed by anyone. That is why hair grooming has been an art form for thousands of years. Ones first impression can be ruined by a bad hair day, and we have all had at least one bad hair day. People love to have hair styles that are flashy, because again it's an art form, so finding someone who can execute that famous style Beyonce or, even more weirdly, Jay-Z  pulled off at the Grammy's, is extremely hard. And when they do find them, they cannot afford the outrageous hollywood prices. 

Nueces County's number 1 hair stylist, Euniqua Gilliam, is looking to change it up with more personalized styles to project the wearers personality, to embodied their being, to allow the person to redefine (or define) themselves. Her experience with hair has allowed her to brighten the days of her customers and should not be slept on by the hair community. Her tech- Niques are storytelling so no one can mimic her styles, and her prices are very competitive which makes her hard press to book. 

This school year, send your children back 2 school with that hollywood hairstyle at a great discount.