Our Essence Beauty Supply.
Established in 2016, Our Essence Beauty Supply is a boutique style, brick and mortar beauty supply store with traditional, trending and natural beauty products for hair, skin and nails. The company's additional offerings include in-store styling, braiding and wig services, aromatherapy based products such as essential oils, incense, natural healing rubs and cruelty-free products and supplies.
Deidre Norville is campaigning to raise enough money from community members for her North Long Beach beauty store as part of the Kiva program, which aims to help small businesses. Photo courtesy of Kiva.
Over the year we heard so much buzz on ETAE Natural Carmelux Treatment. Our customers couldn't get enough of this enriched protein treatment, 100% natural plant base protein hair treatment. With over 1,000's of reviews on instagram and youtube on how soft, shiny, and manageable it left their straighten hair. ETAE Naturals is one of the top selling natural hair treatment on shelves.
But one of the main questions that seems to always come up"Will ETAE Naturals treatment alter my natural curl pattern?"
So as the question sat on my mind I decided to try it for myself without using any heat on my hair. Once I rinsed out the products I noticed a miraculous shine and how defined my curls look. It left my hair soft ,manageable, and easy to style. I definitely recommend this product to anyone with High Porosity hair, as I covered and my last blog.
Below is a video that I came across to show how to use ETAE for a Wash-N-Go
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Can E'TAE Naturals Carmelux Collection be used on Natural Curly Hair?
The city—along with the Los Angeles Local Initiatives Support Corporation and Long Beach Community Foundation—established itself as a Kiva city late last year. It focuses on small businesses, which make up nearly 87 percent of businesses in the city and are one of the biggest sales tax drivers, according to city officials.
City Councilman Rex Richardson, who was instrumental in bringing Kiva to Long Beach, also emphasized its importance for minority-owned businesses that sometimes don’t qualify for traditional loans.The city—along with the Los Angeles Local Initiatives Support Corporation and Long Beach Community Foundation—established itself as a Kiva city late last year. It focuses on small businesses, which make up nearly 87 percent of businesses in the city and are one of the biggest sales tax drivers, according to city officials.
From donuts to beauty supplies and videos—these locals need your money to grow their small businesses
by Stephanie Rivera in Small Business
Updated on 9/15/18 By: Nisha b.
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