“Natural hair is an exquisite crown. It’s a wonder and fascinatin to many. But to the confident black girl or black woman who’s rockin it, they know what they’ve been born and blessed with. A head full of unique, healthy beauty. Natural beauty.”

Now more than ever, we are all experiencing the journey of being natural. Whether that means exploring your hair in its natural state, or just picking up the blow drier and flat iron yourself, we’re all being forced to take care of our own hair right now. So, I thought what better time than now to interview the CEO and founder of Naturalicious, Gwen Jimmere. She’s already made her mark in history as the first African American woman to hold a patent for a natural hair care product, but HOW she got here is an even more interesting part of her story.

To hear the full episode, click here:https://anchor.fm/mommyonthemove/episodes/How-Hair-Saved-My-Life-edfhb2

“Because life doesn’t come with a manual, it comes with a M.O.M.”

Mommi Tierra, Mommy On the Move