My name is Crystle Jones-Bond. I’m a Natural hair Entrepreneur.
I’m a licensed cosmetologist with a specialty in Natural Hair. I’m featured in hair articles, a salon owner, Cosmetic chemist, product line owner, Cosmetology Instructor, and Author.
About the book: Mommy, Mommy, Why am I so different? Is a story about a seven-year-old girl, named Africa Jones who becomes inquisitive about her appearance after being teased by her new classmates.
Unchon-ni examines how, why people meet, or gravitate towards each other. Circumstances (immaturity, the chain of command, cold war incidents/deaths, prostitution) are time bombs going off with destructive intentions to all types of relationships. Read how they survive, the good, or bad times with love and happiness as rewards for navigating through a torrid love affair. All while realizing most pairings will end in a final emotional separation. Readers will see how Unchon-ni characters feel about their identity. You read how people of color coped with civil rights, racism, and their military obligations. Now emotionally involved you’re left, as are the characters, wondering what if…?
This text book was written to equip you, the hair care professional, with
information that will positively impact the quality and productivity of your
Hair Replacement business. The Curriculum of Hair Replacement was
created with my experience, passion, and dedication, to prepare you for the
explosion of the Hair Restoration Business. Not only will you be gaining
knowledge on the tools and techniques of the trade, but you will also be
given an action plan.
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