March 4, 2021
Born on Christmas day, in 1920, to later become a gift to the world--especially the beauty world. Christina Mae Thomas Jenkins, is the inventor of the weave installation process. Whew, yes, that was a mouth-full. Graduated from Leland College (Baton Rouge), with a Bachelor in the studies of science (1943), she began working for a wig making company. In 1949, while working for the wig and hair piece manufacturer, she was inspired to research how to secure wigs. This research led her to experimenting, as a beautician, and later to invent the method of weave installation, which is still used around the world. Little did she know, from Louisiana, she will teach her method internationally. Married to famous jazz pianist Duke Jenkins in Cleveland Ohio. Two years later in 1951, Christina received a patent for her hair weaving method, under the name Hair Weeve▬ hint on how we may have gotten the name for this style of hair. Mrs. Jenkins, owned and operated her business HairWeeve Penthouse Salon, until 1993, and died ten years later, in 2003, at the age of 82. Her daughter Shelia Jenkins-Cochran is the only known child she has.
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STEP 1: WASH WASH WASH!
MAKE IT LAST!
November 4, 2019
Yesss Empress! You bought your luxurious hair and now it's time to keep it lasting long. We recommend you use the method as seen in the picture to wash your hair with your quality shampoo and conditioner of choice. We recommend washing your hair at least once a week & never forget to use conditioner or yogurt. Lightly apply Moroccan oil to the hair and style as usual. The better you treat your hair, the better your money will be well spent! Until next time!
Legal Things You Should Know As A Consumer!
November 3, 2019
If you have time, we recommend these reads to you concerning good faith and legal practices your hair company of choice should include in their business practices here.