Today, I am thankful for surviving a Pandemic, myself and my entire immediate family, and I want to focus on National Women's Month. What better way to express my gratitude than to pay homage to the one and only Madame C.J. Walker.
As a Hair Culturist, I am forever grateful for the path she paved for women like myself. It is with great excitement that I announce the revamp of my blog and podcast, as well as the reintroduction of my training course, all while paying tribute to the incredible woman who started it all.
Madam C.J. Walker holds an esteemed place in history as the first African-American woman to become a self-made millionaire. Her determination and passion led her to create a hair care product specifically designed for the unique needs of African-American women. Not only that, she went on to build her own factory and school, empowering countless women along the way.
Through my blog and podcast, I aim to honor Madam C.J. Walker's legacy by sharing the knowledge and techniques I have acquired as a Natural Hair Culturist. I want to empower women to embrace their natural beauty and provide them with the tools they need to care for and style their hair with confidence.
Additionally, I am thrilled to announce the relaunch of my training course, where I will be teaching hair care and techniques inspired by the vision of Madam C.J. Walker. This course will serve as a tribute to her groundbreaking achievements and will equip aspiring hair professionals with the skills they need to succeed in this industry.
Let us come together as a community to celebrate the remarkable achievements of Madam C.J. Walker and the impact she has had on the world of hair care. Through our collective efforts, we can continue to honor her legacy and empower women to embrace their natural beauty. Together, we can carry on the torch she lit and inspire future generations of Natural Hair Culturists.