🤔Minnesota Barber and Cosmetology Boards Banished‼️

ATTENTION!

Your Immediate Action Required AGAIN!

Another attempt to deregulate and abolishing the Minnesota Board of Cosmetology and Minnesota Board of Barbers is being considered in the Minnesota House of Representatives!

Please contact your local state representative and other key members NOW and VOICE your opposition to this ill-advised legislation that will seriously jeopardize the health and safety of all Minnesota consumers!

Legislative Bill: HOUSE FILE 2591 Description

Local government authorize licensing of facilities for barbering and cosmetology, and barber and cosmetologist state licensing repealed.


Bill Authors:

Rep. Cal Bahr

Rep. Cal Bahr (R) District: 31B

321 State Office Building * 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-2439 
Email:rep.cal.bahr@house.mn @house.mn 

Rep. Jeremy Munson
Rep. Jeremy Munson (R) District: 23B

323 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-4240 
Email:rep.jeremy.munson@house.mn

Rep. Steve Drazkowski

Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R) District: 21B

327 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-2273 
Email:rep.steve.drazkowski@house.mn

Rep. Eric Lucero

Rep. Eric Lucero (R) District: 30B

221 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-1534 
Email:rep.eric.lucero@house.mn 

Bill HF 2591 would completely deregulate cosmetology and barber services performed by a person( hairstylist, barbers, estheticians, nail technicians and makeup artist.

Its the creation of specialty salons and shops (buildings) licenses offering these barber and cosmetic procedures.

This includes hair salons, barbershops, esthetician spas, nail salons and its managers and masters but also all technicians engaged in this activity anywhere.

It allows the police in the municipal government where your business is located to inspection and fine your businesses.

🗣The 👮‍♀️ POLICE 🚔 ‼️

1. There is no plan for coding or ordinance of these buildings spelled out specifically in this new regulatory agency.

2. There is no fee for the licensing of these cosmetic/barber buildings.

3. Blacks lost most of there real estate and the ventilation requirements may be a hardship for some current land lards and business owners.

🤔 What do you think?

Should buildings have a license and the person performing services NOT?

Should the municipal authorities be in charge of licensing, inspections, and violations of salons and barbershops?

Should Natural Hair Braiding be included in this bill also?

🛑We DEMAND to KNOW MORE ABOUT THE NEW REGULATIONS BEFORE THIS BILL PASSES ‼️

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🤔Minnesota Barber and Cosmetology Boards Banished‼️

ATTENTION!

Your Immediate Action Required AGAIN!

Another attempt to deregulate and abolishing the Minnesota Board of Cosmetology and Minnesota Board of Barbers is being considered in the Minnesota House of Representatives!

Please contact your local state representative and other key members NOW and VOICE your opposition to this ill-advised legislation that will seriously jeopardize the health and safety of all Minnesota consumers!

Legislative Bill: HOUSE FILE 2591 Description

Local government authorize licensing of facilities for barbering and cosmetology, and barber and cosmetologist state licensing repealed.


Bill Authors:

Rep. Cal Bahr

Rep. Cal Bahr (R) District: 31B

321 State Office Building * 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-2439 
Email:rep.cal.bahr@house.mn @house.mn 

Rep. Jeremy Munson
Rep. Jeremy Munson (R) District: 23B

323 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-4240 
Email:rep.jeremy.munson@house.mn

Rep. Steve Drazkowski

Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R) District: 21B

327 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-2273 
Email:rep.steve.drazkowski@house.mn

Rep. Eric Lucero

Rep. Eric Lucero (R) District: 30B

221 State Office Building 
St. Paul, MN 55155 
651-296-1534 
Email:rep.eric.lucero@house.mn 

Bill HF 2591 would completely deregulate cosmetology and barber services performed by a person( hairstylist, barbers, estheticians, nail technicians and makeup artist.

Its the creation of specialty salons and shops (buildings) licenses offering these barber and cosmetic procedures.

This includes hair salons, barbershops, esthetician spas, nail salons and its managers and masters but also all technicians engaged in this activity anywhere.

It allows the police in the municipal government where your business is located to inspection and fine your businesses.

🗣The 👮‍♀️ POLICE 🚔 ‼️

1. There is no plan for coding or ordinance of these buildings spelled out specifically in this new regulatory agency.

2. There is no fee for the licensing of these cosmetic/barber buildings.

3. Blacks lost most of there real estate and the ventilation requirements may be a hardship for some current land lards and business owners.

🤔 What do you think?

Should buildings have a license and the person performing services NOT?

Should the municipal authorities be in charge of licensing, inspections, and violations of salons and barbershops?

Should Natural Hair Braiding be included in this bill also?

🛑We DEMAND to KNOW MORE ABOUT THE NEW REGULATIONS BEFORE THIS BILL PASSES ‼️

Iowa’s Future of the Natural Hair Braiding Registration

Hey #SuperNaturals,

The New York Times has reported that Cosmetology Schools in Iowa cost $21,000 and it’s the primary income for the schools. The article when on to claim that the students are worked as if their at a full-time job.

The New York Times stated: “The second stream is the salon work the students do while in school.

They spend some time in classrooms learning about, for example, chemicals and how to sanitize the workspace, but once they’ve hit a certain number of hours, they start working on real clients in salons run by the schools. In full-time programs, going to school becomes a full-time job, where students clock in and out for seven- or eight-hour shifts.”

Iowa seems to think that cosmetology and barbering deregulation is NOT far enough.

The Des Moines Register latest article on beauty school say it is a waste of time and money. And should be abolished!

“Lawmakers can abolish cosmetology licensing, and the industry can offer certification and training.”

I don’t agree with the total abolishment but I do believe that cosmetology school is an economic hardship. But the Natural Hair Care license offers natural hair a new #occupationallicensing. With the hair braiding classes offered online the hair braiding 30-hour course is the least expensive and offers a hair braiding license. Several states are offering a Braid license with the push for deregulation by Institute for Justice.

This blog is designed to be informative for anyone asking “how to get my braiding license”? The natural hair classes are for natural hairstylist and are 30-hour Hair Braider Registration in Minnesota.

Cosmetology is also an environmental danger to humans.

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Congratulations 🍾🎈🎊🎉 on your 💇‍♀️🏽Natural Hair Braiding Registration and 🎓Completion Certificate.

Don’t have time for Beauty School❓

Don’t worry, this class is only 30 hours and you can open your Barber💈 Shop or Beauty Salon today. ‼️ Get Yours Today‼️

Natural Hair Care, Annie Malone, Madam C J Walker and Technology

Hey, how is it going today?
It’s me Dee at 3 from BraidersCourse.com.
Today we will be talking about Madame CJ Walker and Annie Malone two of America’s African American great pioneers. First off is Madame CJ Walker Miss Walker first begin the creation of her products in the year 1888. She found herself divorced with a daughter living in St. Louis Missouri where she begins more like an ambassador program for African American recently freed women. This ambassador/marketing program consisted of selling Mrs. Walker’s premium hair products. The women begin selling the products from state-to-state creating at what we would call today a multi-state membership of natural hairstylist. Madame Walker also went on to create several beauty salons, several beauty schools and a manufacturing warehouse for her products. While living in St Louis she became good friends with Annie Malone. Annie Malone manufactured and patented the pressing comb. This pressing comb is still used today. Many people believe Madame Walker invented the pressing comb. However, it was Annie Malone who patent the pressing comb and has a first trademark for the pressing comb. These two women left a legacy today that many women are mimicking today. Madame Walker was the first woman on the stock market. She also owned a home on the Hudson River next to Rockefeller. Annie Malone is known for her childhood home in St.Louis Missouri she was a great philanthropist and to this day there is a parade the Annie Malone parade.

Madm. C. J. Walker
Annie Malone



Thank you again for your attention and if you looking for me Denise I’m at braiderscourse.com.

Natural Hair Braiding Registration DEMANDS Minnesota Legislators Uphold The Separation of Powers

Dear Minnesota Congress,

To repeal the hair braiding and natural hair care registration would be a reckless disregard for the separation of powers and your legislative responsibilities to all the constituents of Minnesota, as ordered in the ruling of Judge Isabella Gomez.

The BCMN position is ”advocating for health and safety ” as accordingly, the ruling enacted ”individuals and entities that are not parties to the Agreed Order” the ”authorization, review, and approval of” the Board’ adoption of the rules described.”

In fact, the Defendants and all parties agreed to ” have no control, including the Governor of the State of Minnesota, the Office of Revisor of the State of Minnesota, the Minnesota Legislature, and the Office of Administration Hearings, and may also subject to intervening action by the Minnesota Legislature or judicial review.”

Therefore, as a bonafide entity registered by the Minnesota Secretaryof State and as Volunteer Lobbyists with the Minnesota Campaign and Finance we are asking the Minnesota Legislature to:

1.) Recognize with swift amendments to the bill in the best interest of the public health the need for impact research in regards to the ”simple hair devices” mostly concerning the ”needle” the reuse and cross-contamination of blood-borne pathogens during the public service by a Hair Braider utilizing 182.6555 REDUCING OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES TO BLOOD-BORNE PATHOGENS THROUGH SHARPS INJURIES. The ”needles” used are regulated  by the ”Sharps” and ”Needle-Stick Act” governed by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

2.) Recommend the ecoHair Braider Association, LLC.  be recognized as the registered Multi-member Agency according to the 15.0599 REGISTRATION OF MULTI-MEMBER AGENCIES. “Subdivision 1.Applicability. For purposes of this section “agency” means: (1) a state board, commission, council, committee, authority,task force,including an advisory task force established under section 15.014 or 15.0593, other multi-member agency, however designated, established by statute or order and having statewide jurisdiction.”

3.)Request the Governor of Minnesota establishes a ”board” according to 15.012 STATE AGENCIES;DESIGNATION BY TYPE law ”A multi-member state agency hereafter created whose membership includes two or more appointed members shall be named according to the following: (a), (ii) the power to issue and revoke licenses or certifications, ” as orders by Judge Isabella Gomez, and agreed to by all parties being Lilian Anderson, Institute for Justice and the Board of Cosmetology and Barbers agreed in 2005.

Natural Hair Braiding, The Head-Wrap, and HEALTH

Okay, today is Day 2, Monday’s HEALTH and it is on Bacteria.
Why is it disrespectful to call a Headwrap a Scarf?

I will ✋ wait and count from one to 30 again.

Okay, let’s get started in 1862 the oppression began to order black slave women to wear scarfs to cover their hair and prevent the spread of LICE.

  1. Lice is a pathogenic bacteria, it is an animal parasite and its found in hair that’s kept unclean.
  2. Lice is a communicable infection that can be spread to the public.
  3. Lice are contagious and must be diagnosed by a doctor, not a hairstylist.
    Legislation which is a law was passed in the South demanding African American women wear scarfs.
    Lice have never been a problem in the African American/Black community in all my 25 years as a hairstylist. Once my grandfather who was a hairstylist lived in the south and was my first teacher told me that a white slave masters wife was jealous of a malatto young lady and believed the young lady DECEIVED her family by passing as white. After that, this law came about. So this now brings me to the headscarf of my Liberian Sisters and how the love of HELPing another tie their scarf as a tradition.
    The bridging of cultures through this natural hair movement has the Headscarf as a FREEDOM marker to hold your head high.
    The stigma of LICE in our hair is an LYE.
    We never had lice!
    Just beautiful LOCS of Jealousy!

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/slavery/experience/gender/feature6.html

Slave Women and the Head Wrap

Slave Women And The Head-Wrap