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45 minutes | Oct 5, 2021
Ep 39. Drop the Labels | Pick Up Your Identity
In this episode of the By Name Beauty Podcast, we’re talking all about self-identity. Many of us, as a result of life, trauma, and lived experiences have given ourselves false labels that do not accurately depict who we are. Today, Jocoby challenges you to drop the false labels and to seek out your true identity. The one that was there from the very beginning. Want to connect? Engage with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Youtube: @bynamebeauty Link to Transformation Church: https://www.youtube.com/user/TransformChurchTV
47 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
Ep 38. What My Fitness Routine Taught Me About Resilience
Hi By Name Beauty Fam, Today we’re coming with a bit of an unconventional show. Join Jocoby as she draws parallels between her fitness routine and that lovely word called resilience. We promise that the two subjects have more in common than you think. If you enjoyed this episode, please share the beauty of By Name with a friend! Sharing truth and authentic stories are the heart of this show and we wouldn’t be here without it. You can further connect with us on socials here and here. Need to send a long length message? Email us directly email@example.com
38 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Ep 37. Diverse & Inclusive Beauty Means: Desegregating the Beauty Aisle
In today’s episode, Jocoby dives headfirst into what actual diverse and inclusive beauty looks like in today’s current climate. Now that the world is starting to wake up and acknowledge the fact that we haven’t always been inclusive and that we have to shift the tide, we’re left asking the question. Where do we go from here? It’s easy to say beauty should be diverse. It’s easy to say that minority-owned brands should have a larger presence in retail. It’s easy to say that we haven’t been doing it the right way. But what does the right way look like in practice? Desegregating the beauty aisle, both physically and theoretically, might just be the place to start. Many times when you walk into a store, you often see a clear divide in beauty products. There is usually an aisle dedicated to a “mainstream” customer and then a section dedicated to an “urban” customer. Or if we’re being frank, the “white” products versus the “black” ones. For many of us, that’s the only way we’ve ever shopped beauty and we might not know anything different. But the question we ask today on The By Name Beauty is, “Why?” Why do we separate beauty products based on race? Why do we often give minority-founded brands a sliver of space in a store? Why is it that if we think a product is created by a person of color then non-POC can’t shop or enjoy the brand? It’s a huge misguided thought process that isn’t rooted in equity or truth. Whether you loved or hated this episode, let us know by leaving a show review or by leaving us a message on socials here and here.
55 minutes | Aug 24, 2021
Ep 36. Your Power is in Your Authenticity
Hello Lovely People, It’s another #PodcastTuesday and I have a secret to share with you. What if I told you that you, yes…YOU, have a unique and God-given purpose to fulfill while on this Earth? & not only do you have a completely unique assignment but that you also have special gifts, talents and skills that will help you carry out that purpose. Jocoby, what are you really saying? I’m saying that whether you know it or not, you have a completely distinctive drip. A sort of “special sauce” if you will. It’s the thing that makes you different from the other 7.6 billion people on the planet. & none of those other human beings –while amazing in their own right–could do what you do exactly how you do it. I hope you caught that. Essentially, what I’m saying is that you are special. Unique. Beautifully & wonderfully made. & that’s not fluff. That’s actual truth The Bible says in 1st Peter 4:10-11 that “God has given each of you a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another. Do you have the gift of speaking? Then speak as though God himself were speaking through you. Do you have the gift of helping others? Do it with all the strength and energy that God supplies. Then everything you do will bring glory to God through Jesus Christ. All glory and power to him forever and ever! Amen.” If God has given each of us a gift then why do we so often times try to be like the person beside us? So many of us (self-included!) have spent a good amount of our lives measuring ourselves against the world’s standard. Trying our absolute best to fit in. But what if we were never meant to fit in? I truly believe that our world-changing power lies in our authenticity. All we have to do is embrace it. & walk in it. Join Jocoby this week as she breaks down the issues with trying to be carbon copies of the world and the freedom in being exactly who God called you to be. “Don’t copy the behavior and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God’s will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect.” Romans 12:2 NLT If you enjoyed this episode (or blog post), please do me a favor and share it with a friend! Sharing truth and authentic stories is the heart of the By Name Beauty Podcast and we wouldn’t be here without it. You can further connect with us on socials here and here. Need to send a long length message? Email us directly firstname.lastname@example.org
41 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Ep. 35 MORE THAN ENOUGH
Bruh. Sis. Whoever you are & however you identify. This episode is for you. I promise. Today on #TheByNamePodcast we discuss the freedom and power in knowing that you are more than enough. I start off today’s show with an incredible amount of vulnerability and bravery. I share a very personal piece of my own journey and how at one point in my life I struggled with my sense of identity and self-worth. I didn’t like who I was. I didn’t like being in my skin. Here I am now, at 29 years old, and still chockfull of imperfections. The difference now is that I am embracing them. I love who I am. Flaws & all. Because I know who I am. & I know that my value isn’t up for debate. Maybe you have struggled with the same thing… & that’s why I’m here to tell you that you are MORE THAN ENOUGH. Without another degree. Without another Instagram like. Without any recognition. Even if you never received another accolade or award or compliment. You. Are. More. Than. Enough. As plain & simple as that. & if you don’t believe me then believe God at His word… For Jeremiah 1:5 says, “I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb. Before you were born I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations.” Did you hear that? Really take some time to soak that in. Before you were born…Before your parents even thought about you…God said you were set apart and that He had great plans for you. If that isn’t life-changing then I don’t know what is. If you felt today’s episode or any of the messages here at the By Name Beauty Podcast please leave us a message, DM, and show review! It helps the show get seen to other people all over the world. Feel free to always connect with me on Instagram, Twitter, & Youtube @bynamebeauty. Until next time… Love, Coby
26 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Ep 34. The Beauty of Taking God With You!!!
To All My Beauties, Let me just warn you now. Today’s show isn’t a normal one but it is an excellent one. You see, Holy Spirit took over and did HIS thing on today’s show. Recently, after praying and reflecting on a potential guest interview I want to do, God gave me revelation on the beauty of allowing Him to PUBLICLY shine through me (emphasis on public). See, the woman I want to interview (& one day will!) has an amazing beauty brand, several businesses, and is still a walking example of faith. What I love about her is that she never compromises her love for Christ to be in this industry. She is about all things Beauty AND God. Matter fact, this is what I wrote down about her as I dug deep on why I wanted her on the show in the first place. “Whenever I see women doing amazing things on the earth and in their fields without compromising on their love for God, I am reminded that I CAN have both. I don’t have to shy away for my love of Jesus while pursuing whatever God has called me to do on the earth. Matter of fact, God IS calling me (& you) to that industry (whether it be makeup, hair, fashion, medicine, law, production, film, architecture, lawn mowing, WHATEVER it may be) for a reason… he is calling me (& YOU) to make a difference in THAT particular space.” The Revelation: For some of us, bringing God with us to our jobs, our businesses, our relationships, etc. may be difficult since we aren’t sure what other people may think or say. But I have a special message just for you: As the original and ultimate creator, God wants to go with you in every space He’s calling you to. For me, it’s beauty. For you, it may be something else. It doesn’t matter the space as long as HE is there. I promise you, that business, job, hobby, relationship, etc. will be much better with God’s presence. Invite him in and see how he surprises you. The Call to Action: I am challenging you to incorporate God into every area of your life and to take him with you wherever you may go. If you’re ready to take that leap of faith, check out these tips and resources below to help jumpstart your journey. Pray! This is a very simple yet most effective tool you can use to incorporate God into your life and business. Simply ask God to show you where you have been moving without him and ask him to have his way and lead every area of your life. Don’t worry about any fancy words or language. God wants you to be yourself and completely honest with him. I’m sure whatever way you uniquely talk to God is fine but if you’re stuck, I’ve included a prayer to help get you started below. Dear Heavenly Father, I thank you for who you are and all you have done for me. As the ultimate creator of the universe I recognize that I cannot do life without you. I need you. Father, I ask that you forgive me for the times where I ignored you, hid my love for you, or didn’t allow you to lead me in my earthly endeavors and in business. Lord, I now see that you deserve to come with me in every room that I enter and every space that I occupy. Holy Spirit, I literally ask you to be my guide and to help me bodly proclaim God’s messages no matter where I go. I also pray that people around the earth are blessed and positively impacted by what you do in my life. In Jesus Name I Pray, Amen. 2. Check out the Blessed & Bossed Up Podcast Hosted by Tatum Temia I’ve been listening to this podcast since 2018 and it honestly changed my life. This is not a sponsored or collaboration post. I know Tatum to be a powerful woman of God who teaches other women how to make God the CEO of their business. She has prayer journals, books, and other resources to help you on your journey but I would start with her podcast. I promise you wont be disappointed. 3. Check out The Society Hosted by Tatum Temia & Keviah Watrice This is a paid membership community ($19.99/month) of women who are serious about their faith and their business. I recently joined and as a part of the membership I get access to daily devotionals, group prayer calls, and live streams with Tatum, Keviah, and other women who are on a faith journey. I joined because it’s always nice to have a godly community to support you on your walk with Christ. Join here. As always, I chose to end the podcast with our heart to heart time, aka “Girl, What You’ve Been Up To?”. This week I shared a daily planner that I’ve been using to help keep my days organized and productive. It’s called, Her Daily Guide. Okay. That’s all for this week. I cant wait until we talk next time… Besos, Jocoby <3 But wait! Before you go! We can still stay in touch between podcast episodes. Connect with us on Instagram, Twitter, & Youtube to join the #ByNameBeautyFam!
38 minutes | Jul 6, 2021
Ep 33. Do You Want A Revolution? Whoop Whoop! | I Said DO You Want A Revolution?
Join Jocoby as she talks about the power of owning what beauty means for yourself, which, in her eyes, is nothing short of a personal revolution. This episode was inspired by the beauty that is Ari Lennox and the idea that we were all created equally yet uniquely by God. The By Name Beauty Podcast, the only show of its kind, exists to increase understanding and awareness around the intersection of culture & beauty. Why you may ask. Why culture & beauty??? The answer is simple. We believe that no matter where you go or what group of people you look at, that there is in fact a culture (meaning–shared language, practices, customs, beliefs, & community) in the way individuals with shared backgrounds approach and express beauty. Follow us on Instagram & Twitter: @bynamebeauty Subscribe to us on Youtube: ByNameBeauty
33 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
Treat Yo’Self…& Your Skin Too!
Here at the By Name Beauty Podcast, we’ve been focusing on skin the past few weeks. The last episode, we spoke about colorism and the internal effects it has on how we navigate life. This week we’re discussing how to celebrate and “treat” your skin to lovely pampering and experiences including the following: Creating A Bath Time Experience w/ Dedicated Time & Intentional Acts Pre-Cleanse Rituals. Set the atmosphere through: Dimming the lights in your bathroom or turning them completely off Lighting a candle Putting on a relaxing playlist Pre Cleanse Treatments: Dry brushing, Massage rolling, Exfoliation, Masking Post Cleanse: Cold Water Rinses Professional Treatments + Services Seeing a Masseuse Facialist/Esthetician Pedicures/Manicure Visit a Spa! Hairstylist who will treat your scalp (Scalp scrubs, Scalp Massages, Deep Conditioning treatments) Cryotherapy Acupuncture Digestible Beauty- Make skin-boosting & protection a part of your routine through nutritious foods Hot Lemon Water in the mornings or before bed Incorporating anti-inflammatory spices like Tumeric, ginger Collagen Vitamins, Tonics, Powders (mushrooms powders are some of my favorites)
35 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Lets Talk Colorism
Episode 31 of the By Name Beauty Podcast was brought to you by Sunflower Child Miami. About Sunflower Child… “Black and Brown girls are socialized to hide away from the sun to maintain or have a fairer complexion, rather than seeking out the sun as a nutrient. #SunFlowerChild changes this narrative by celebrating Black & Brown girlhood and tackling colorism. Spurred from published research, #SunFlowerChild provides a remedy for colorism and color caste systems to encourage Black and Brown girls to love, care for, and protect their skin. #SunFlowerChild depicts a day in the life of an inner-city girl. While playing with her friends at the park, pool, and her front yard, the girls protect and love their skin, and use the sun as nourishment to grow, just like sunflowers. Support our girls by sowing into our girls by gifting a copy to your daughter, niece, or a special little girl in your life by visiting sunflowerchildmiami.com or by visiting them on Instagram @sunflower_child_miami.” About today’s show… In today’s episode of #TheByNameBeautyPodcast, we explore the topic of colorism and how it affects humans of every race and background. As always we #defineourterms and explore the pitfalls of this concept but we also look at how colorism is employed not only for vanity reasons but out of a desire to have a higher social standing and advancement throughout life. & you know we can’t forget about our beloved segment, “Girl What You’ve Been Up To?” where we divulge all of the products and practices that we have been loving. To find out which products we highlighted this week head over to our Instagram now! Yes, right now! We have a special surprise for you this week. & hint-hint, it includes video Be sure to let us know what you thought about today’s episode by dropping us a show review via Itunes, commenting on our Instagram page, or by sending an email to email@example.com. Love You All Deep & Talk Soon, Jocoby
48 minutes | May 25, 2021
Cultural Appropriation: It Is What It Is & It Aint What It Aint
About By Name Beauty… The By Name Beauty Podcast, the only show of its kind, exists to increase understanding and awareness around the intersection of culture & beauty. Why? Because culture is something we all hold very near and dear to us. The word culture itself evokes sentiments of community and common experience. & let me tell you no matter where you go or what group of people you look at, I can guarantee you that there is in fact a culture (meaning–shared language, practices, customs, beliefs, & community) in the way individuals with shared backgrounds approach and express beauty. Join us today as we delve into the topic of cultural appropriation, how it shows up in beauty, and what we can ultimately do to dismantle it. If you want to keep the conversation going make sure you drop us a comment or DM on Instagram or Twitter: @bynamebeauty Also, be sure to check out the By Name Beauty Business Directory, a dymanic list of small business beauty service professonals around the country. Hyper-focusing on professionals of color, the BNB Business Directory is meant to make finding a beauty service near you easier and more convenient. No more long Instagram or Google searches. Find your next service professional by accessing the list here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18IWGr1DkxJD32emm08VTsozU_VUgZAn1tFworAmDICQ/edit
43 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Ep 29. Living At the Intersection of Culture & Beauty + All of The Professional Treatments We Love
On this week’s episode of the By Name Beauty Podcast… We kick off our time together by discussing the unique and God-ordained mission of By Name Beauty and why as a brand we will always live at the intersection of culture & beauty. After that, we transition into what we learned from the previous episode, including the pitfalls of equating a woman’s skill set to her appearance (s/o to my girl Saweetie). Then after a quick recap for all of our newbies, we get into the really fun stuff. Think– our favorite beauty treatments/services (yep, the ones that we usually spend allllll our coins on) and why we love them so And in true #ByNameBeautyFam fashion, we couldn’t skip the opportunity to create community and share with others. That’s why we are proud to officially introduce the By Name Beauty Business Directory (Service Edition)! With your help, we have and are continuing to compile a list of service-based beauty businesses around the country that are minority-owned. Can I get a woop-woop, somebody?! It is our hope that users no matter where they are can search by city or state and find a qualified, outstanding professional of color to service their beauty & wellness needs. No more flying out of town and searching [insert minority here]-owned nail salon, hairstylist, masseuse, lash tech (& whatever other service you’re looking for) near me. Don’t worry, sis. We got you! Or whatever Issa and ‘nem said on Insecure…. Currently, there are about a dozen businesses on the list (across TX, FL, CA, & MA) that we personally adore but it won’t stop there! This is meant to be a living, breathing document that continues to grow. Check it out here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18IWGr1DkxJD32emm08VTsozU_VUgZAn1tFworAmDICQ/edit?usp=sharing Know a beauty professional who provides a service and you would like to see added to the list? Mhmmm, we know dats right. We’d like to see them added too! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make the recommendation. Name of the business, location, specialty, social media, and booking links are preferred. Until we meet again…keep shaking the table, sis. With Love, Coby
42 minutes | Apr 6, 2021
Saweetie, Ebro, & Why A Woman’s Looks Will Never Determine Her Skillset
“Cause I’m icy, wifey haters wanna fight meNever been the one get RIP up on a white tee” Wondering what those lyrics have to do with today’s episode? Well, obviously you’re going to have to listen to the show to find out but we’ll let you in on a secret…Today, we’re discussing women and their appearance. I know, I know. Don’t we talk about that enough? For sure. Without a shadow of a doubt. But what we don’t discuss often enough is how, unfortunately, a woman’s appearance is almost always used against her. Specifically to discredit or make unfair assumptions about her skillsets in a particular field. & because I believe in vibrant discussions paired with real-life examples we framed today’s show around an experience that rapper and ultimate content-creator, Saweetie, had on a popular radio show. Yes, we’re using the Icy Girl herself to examine the dangers of misogyny, sexism, and double standards. Whew, chile. Oh-kay. Let’s get into it…
44 minutes | Mar 16, 2021
Reclaiming My Time | How the Pandemic Changed My Beauty Routine Forever
Guess who’s backkkkkkk? I know, I know. It has been quite a while since the #ByNameBeautyFam has heard from me on the podcast. 4 months to be exact; & tbh, I can’t really give any excuses. The only explanation is that ya girl was TIRED (or should I say TIED in my Kevin Gates voice). At the beginning of the episode, you’ll hear all about where I been & how I got there. After we finish catching up like good friends, we will delve into the show topic of the week–evolving beauty routines as a result of the ongoing pandemic. I don’t know about y’all but this past year has challenged me in every area of my life, including my beauty routine. At this point, I still want to look beautiful and feel good about myself…but without a lot of fuss or “rah-rah”. I simply don’t have the time (or energy) in my new normal to do things that no longer empower me. #periodt. & of course, before we wrap up our time together, I’ll share with you the small arsenal of makeup products that make it into my routine every single day. In no particular order, they are listed below. & if you know me, you know I don’t play about my recommendations. These are game-changers, baby! NARS Creamt Radiant Concealer (I wear the shade: Amande) MAC Shape + Shade Brow Tint Anastasia Spoolie NARS Extreme Climax Mascara (L’Oreal Voluminous is an honorable mention & also an affordable favorite!)
43 minutes | Oct 28, 2020
Natural Hair VS Everybody | Healing the Generational Trauma of Black Hair
That moment when someone says something negative about you that actually sparks your creativity + growth >>> That’s what happened when my grandmother balked at my natural hair this weekend. I had attempted to do a flexi-rod set & instead of getting voluminous curls I came out looking a bit more like curly sue. Let’s just say that granny was less than pleased with my newfound appearance. What was an experiment and a commitment on my end to embrace more of my natural hair was a bit seemed to be a bit triggering for my grandmother which brings us to today’s show topic. Our natural hair versus err’body. Versus our mothers. Versus our aunties. Verus our social spaces and significant others and even our places of work. Everybody seems to have an opinion on natural hair. Black women’s hair. Textured hair. The way society has viewed and treated this type of hair here in America has always been ugly. & that treatment has now affected how we see our hair for ourselves and it is now time to unlearn some of those ideals. I can’t wait for you to listen and to join in on the conversation. <3 Coby
41 minutes | Oct 16, 2020
Why Do We Grieve Bodies We Don’t Have Instead of Loving The Ones We Do?
I can’t even try to describe this episode in great detail just know that you should give it a listen. Today we’re talking all about body image, self-esteem, comparison to others, loving and embracing ourselves, and some of the negative influences that social media may have on our relationships with our bodies. I promise that this is one you should listen to!!! Actual experts, you should follow: Jameela Jamil (@jameelajamilofficial , @i_weigh) Products I Genuinely Love & Want to Share Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask Belif The True Cream Aqua Bomb
39 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Diversity in Beauty: Essential Strategy or Performative Activism???
Let’s talk about diversity…and beauty. Hot topic, right? Well in this week’s episode, Jocoby breaks down why the industry’s sudden shift towards inclusion (& how it goes about that shift) can sometimes come off as performative rather than authentic and essential. In other words, we appreciate the effort but the impact isn’t always there, ‘sis. Join us as we answer one looming question…”What does it mean to be genuine inclusivity look like in beauty?” We here at #ByNameBeauty believe that in answering that question is where the real change begins. Welcome to the culture of beauty… Connect with us on IG & Twitter! @bynamebeauty Topics Mentioned w/Time Stamps The Mission of By Name Beauty: 1:15 Show Review of the Week: 2:15 How does Diversity in the Industry Show Up Practically: 6:45 Women of Color Been Out Chea’: 7:29 Re-Thinking the Beauty Map: 10:30 Fight for More: 13:33 Diversity on Both Sides of the Table: 16:43 Innovation: 21:20 Funding Minority-Owned Businesses: 25:47 Put Small brands in Retail: 26:15
56 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Ep 23: 10 Life Lessons from a 28-Year-Old
Hey Y’all, I’m not sure if I’ve shared this before… but your girl had a birthday or whateva’ at the end of July (#LEOSZN) As a part of my birthday festivities, I sat down to reflect on the past year. In the midst of asking myself some really personal questions I ended up stumbling upon some life lessons that are extremely important to me at my big age. & of course, I had to share them with you all. He’res to glowing, growing, & living long enough to see the world past the age of 25. If you take anything away from this episode, please be sure to drop me a DM or a comment! This show is nothing without the family to keep the conversation going. Find us @bynamebeauty on IG & Twitter
30 minutes | Aug 18, 2020
Ep 22: Life is Hard; Self-Care is Critical
This year has been wild, to say the least, but here we are… still showing up. Still moving. Still shaking. Still doing what needs to be done. & some times, many times, in fact, that is hard. The simple act of showing up is hard. Couple that with the responsibility that we take for not only ourselves but for our families, friends, coworkers, and community and now we’re in a whole new fight. Notice that I am not saying that this responsibility isn’t needed –I’m only acknowledging the fact that it can be difficult from time to time. In the By Name Beauty Podcast’s latest episode, I share lessons and practical tips that I myself use to relate, relax, and release after being depleted. I’m hoping that sharing them with you is helpful in some way. Praying that you all are living healthy, joyful, and whole lives… Love Y’all Always, Coby TimeStamps How Did I Get to Today’s Topic: 5:00 On Doing The Work Even When We’re Tired…: 7:59 On The Beauty & Pitfalls in Taking Responsibility for Others: 09:40 Why it’s Important that We Restore After Pouring Ourselves Out: 13:30 Three Steps We Can Take to Recharge: 16:05 If You Don’t Want To, You Don’t Have To: 28:30
68 minutes | Aug 5, 2020
Ep 21: 3 Black Girls & a Story About Their Hair
Hi Y’all. It’s Jocoby. Your favorite beauty activist/journalist and today I am back with another episode focused on something most women spend a ton of time on– our hair. Women of color, and particularly Black women, have always had a long and varied journey with their hair. For many of us, it’s kinky. For some of us, it’s curly. & for some, coily. We try to define it and type it. Hello 4c. 4a. 4b. 3c. 3b. 3a. Leave it uncombed for too long and soon enough you’ll have knots. Then tangles. But no matter what, we love it for its versatility. How it moves and bounces back. We elegantly and intricately place it into braids & twists or an afro or a perm. After all, it’s our hair and we can do what we want with it. My purpose in today’s show was to simply talk about the journey and relationship that we have with our hair with hopes that other individuals could relate and share in sacred space together. My guests for today’s show are two of my closest childhood friends, my complete Day 1s, Sade & Chioma. They are extraordinary Black girls who have ordinary stories as it relates to their manes. Ones that we can all identify with. If you enjoyed the show (or if you didn’t) be sure to leave us a show review on your favorite podcast app or leave us a comment on Instagram or Twitter. @bynamebeauty Until next time… Love, Coby
38 minutes | Jul 21, 2020
Ep 20: Why It Is So Much Deeper Than Just Buying Black
About today’s show… Economic empowerment. Support small businesses. Support minority-owned businesses. The way to freedom begins with financial freedom. While all of the above statements are true the path to equality for all isn’t a linear one. Jocoby realizes this while going on a quest to figure out the beginnings of beauty supply stores here in the U.S. Join us as we discuss the richness of culture that is Black Hair and why success is truly much deeper than just #buyingblack Timestamps: Gettin’ into the Comments: 1:30 Today’s Show Topic: 07:20 What is a Beauty Supply Store (aka Hair store)?: 9:00 Why do Black women make the beauty industry so profitable but lack in ownership?: 10:20 Hair Stores are cultural shops: 12:25 Why it’s so much deeper than just #buyingblack: 19:12 Black hair has a culture: 25:50 A look back at West Africa: 26:20 Challenge the systems that keep minorities from thriving in business: 30:00 Allowing myself to just “be”: 32:50 Resources mentioned/used in today’s episode: Black Hair Documentary by Aron Ranen Episode 16: Droppin’ Gems w/Brittney Ogike of BeautyBeez Hair Story by Ayana D. Byrd & Lori L. Tharps Want to talk/share your thoughts on today’s episode? Send us a note on social media! @bynamebeauty on all platforms
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