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🗣Natural Hair Care and Braiding 💉Needle-Stick Act Awareness‼️

Hi #SuperNatural’s
I’m writing the governor on behalf of the ecoHair Braider Association, LLC.
Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration Licensees as a registered Minnesota non-profit that brings awareness to the “needle” usage in the natural hair braiding salon by certifying and educating black women to become registered as a Minnesota 155A.28 Hair Braider.
The Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration Licensees would like the public to participate in supporting registered hair braiders to reduce the possible number of black women who are listed as not knowing how they contracted HIV (unknown) by the Minnesota Health Department and the AidsVu reports.
The Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration Licensees are asking that due to the requirements of ‘Sharps’ being properly disposed and preventing of cross-picking in the OSHA Needle Stick Prevention Act we are as the governor to grant a Natural Hair Braider Sew-In Weave Awareness Committee.

Thanks in advance!
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How-to Become a Natural Hair Stylist

Wondering where can I get a natural hair braid license?

Since the Bill that would eliminate the requirement for natural hair stylists to get license dies in Tennessee.

This natural hair certification online training offers the 30-hour hair braiding license online for Minnesota, Iowa, and pending other states. With this license, you can transfer your license using reciprocity.

Instead of the 300-hour natural hair course offered in class at your cosmetology school in Tennessee, Illinois, and many other states.

Get natural hair braid license today!

Here are 3 examples of what can you do with a braiding license:

1. On the Go mobile hairstylists.

2. Rent a Booth at your local salon.

3. Open a Natural Hair Salon and rent booths.

Rep. Parkinson says now that the bill is dead, it is time to push forward legislation that will protect consumers.

“We need to make sure there is a complaint line visibly posted in every salon, and if we can get the braiding salons online then we will make sure that is posted also,” he said.

The bill would have also combined barbering and cosmetology into one licensed trade.

Something industry experts call ridiculous since they both have very different training standards.

http://wreg.com/2018/03/19/bill-that-would-eliminate-requirement-for-natural-hair-stylists-to-get-license-dies/

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Minnesota Hair Braider Registration gets $0 and the Minnesota Board of Cosmetology Advanced Practice Esthetican get $2 millions for “needle” usage (UNEXCEPTABLE)

Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License is the key to a Natural Hair Braider Board.

I want to explain more on how the Minnesota Hair Braider Registration Licensees “simple hair devices” are being manipulated into being in the Board of Cosmetology favor through legal cases brought on by the Institute for Justice.

Why should we care? Because it Black Women #AmeicanDOS who bare the bottom of the barrel to healthcare and HIV and HPV infections. However most don’t know how they contracted the virus.

I’m here in your face telling you while white women protect them selves you are the cost.Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License

Minnesota Advance Practice Deceptions
A. In consequence, Judge Isabell Gomez’s Court Order, Section  III. Agreed Order, paragraph 8., letter B., and page 15.

Gives the Board the authority to make rules  and change the definition at will for “Simple Braiding Devices” it reads:

“Hair Braiding, Simple Braiding Devices, Hair Braiding Services, and Hair Braiding are defined are to be defined in Minn. R 2642.100 (which was later repealed and renumbered to Minn.R 2105) and Hair Braiding, Hair Braiding Services and Hair Braiders are to be construed as exempt from Minn. R 2100(2003), 2646(2003) and 2644(2003).

 

This gives the Board the authority to overwriting the definitions and rules for Hair Braiding, Simple Braiding Devices, and Hair Braiding Services.

But grants exemptions ONLY to Hair Braiding, Hair Braiding Services, and Hair Braiders.

Therefore, allowing the Boards total control over Simple Braiding Devices which includes the ‘needle’.

Unfortunately, this is how the Board can get back into the Health Practices Cataorgy and ask the goverment for more funding in approations through legislation for the health and welfare of the public.
B. The Revisors Rules docket RD4342 denied by Judge Eric Lipman but later approved by Judge Tammy Pust allows AP Estheticians to use Simple Hair Braiding Devices definition separate to create the medical health, safety and sanitation for the welfare of the public claims needed to support the NEW licensing of estheticians.
The Board ask for rulmaking authority over 155A.21 to 155A.36 this mistake includes 155A.28 for Hair Braiders Registration.
I beleive it’s valid enough for this procedural mistake to go back before an adminstrative judge.
In the Matter of the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners’ Proposed Permanent Rules Governing Advanced Practice Estheticians; Minnesota Rules Chapters 2105 and 2110 Section II. Rulemaking Authority.
 
8.  The Board also relies upon its general rulemaking authority under Minn. Stat. § 155A.26, which provides: The Board may develop and adopt rules according to chapter 14 that the Board considers necessary to carry out sections 155A.21 to 155A.36. 
9. With respect to regulating salons, the Board also relies on Minn. Stat. § 155A.29, subd. 2. This statute provides that “the conditions and process by which a salon is licensed shall be established by the Board by rule.” Additionally, Minn. Stat. § 155A.29, subd. 3, provides that “minimum infection control standards for the operation of a salon shall be established by rule.”  https://mn.gov/oah/assets/9013-33230-board-cosmetologest-examiners-rules-report_tcm19-327496.pdf
C. In addition to, creating the definition and rules for Sharps the Board has the athourity over simple braiding device the needle.

3.10 Subp. 11h. Sharps. “Sharps” means any object, sterile or contaminated, that may 

3.11 purposefully or accidentally cut or penetrate the skin or mucosa including presterilized 
3.12 single-use lancets, dermal blades, and razor blades. 
3.13 Subp. 11i. Sharps container. “Sharps container” means a closed, puncture-resistant,
 3.14 leak-proof container, labeled with the international biohazard symbol, that is used for 
3.15 handling, storage, transportation, and disposal of sharps. 
 
 
D. Judge Isabel Gomez’s ruling is being construded as Simple Braiding Devices are separate from Unregulated Services 10a to 10c and are numbered as 11g, 11i and now11j.
As a result, the Board can regulate the simple braiding devices that Hair Braiders use in their services.

3.16 Subp. 11i 11j. Simple braiding devices. “Simple braiding devices” include clips, 

3.17 combs, curlers, curling irons, hairpins, rollers, scissors, needles, and thread. 
 4.1 Subp. 13. Unregulated service. “Unregulated service” means those servicesnot 
4.2 defined as the practice of cosmetology under Minnesota Statutes, section 155A.23, 
4.3 subdivision 3, and that are exempt from regulation by the board. Unregulated services are 
4.4 ear piercing; body art; body painting; henna tattoos and permanent tattoos; eyebrow 
4.5 embroidery; eyebrow microblading; permanent hair removal; permanent makeup; tanning
 4.6 by UV radiation and spray tanning units; injectables; services for theatrical, television, film,
 4.7 fashion, photography, or media productions or media appearances; mortuary services; 
4.8 massage; body wraps and lymphatic drainage when performed by a massage therapist; the 
4.9 practice of medicine as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 147.081, subdivision 3; and 
4.10 hair braiding, hair braiding services, and hair braiders, as defined in subparts 10a to 10c; 
4.11 and threading as defined in Minnesota Statutes,section 155A.23,subdivision 13. Ordinances 
4.12 by local units of government that prohibit hair braiding, hair braiding services, or hair 4.13 braiders, as defined in subparts 10a to 10c, or regulate any matter relating to licensing, 
4.14 testing, or training of hair braiding, hair braiding services, or hair braiders are preempted 4.15 by this part.
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Burned at the Natural Hair Braiding Shop and it’s without a Occupational License

@RenaMoran & SuperNaturals,

I’m coming to you with this video on natural hair braiding.

The dangers of BOILING 🥵 HOT 🔥 WATER 💧 on a Black Girls Back‼️

✅Your Congress Person and let them know Hair Braiding Registration is a MUST‼️‼️‼️

🗣www.BraidersCourse.com💯💯

#NaturalHair #Tangibles2020 #BlackWomen #OccupationalLicensing

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Natural Hair Braiding SAFETY for the Public & Practitioner

Natural Hair Braiding SAFETY for the Public & Practitioner

Hi, Congress chair, @RenaMoran, and house members.

I’m Denise Jarrett a licensed cosmetologist, manager, instructor, school manager, hair braider course providers, and expert witness.

In 2014, six Hair Braider Course Providers firmed the eco Hair Braider® Association,LLC.  

Currently, there are 350 registered Hair Braiders 156 active, 17-course providers, 2 charter schools and 4 community colleges offering the hair braiding services and curriculum.

Simple Hair Devices- One of the definitions ruled to by Judge Isabel Gomez and as agreed by both parties and Hair Braiding and Hair Braiding Services are “unregulated services” but as Hair Braiders, individuals and entities we authorized, reviewed, and approved the adoption of the rules by the Board of Cosmetology into Chapter 154 and 155A and are asking Congress to amend HF 140.

As in, the approval process the Board of Cosmetology only administers acceptance of the application and its $20 fee. The Board of Cosmetology has “no control over the” Hair Braiders or Hair Braider Course Providers although, Hair Braiders use “simple hair devices’ including a “needle” ruled by MINNESOTA STATUTES 2018 116.76 DEFINITIONS. Subd. 18. Sharps. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 385,000 sharps-related injuries occur annually among health care workers in hospitals. Unfortunately, there is no data for exposure to injuries by the Board of Cosmetology or the MN Health Department.

For this reason, the eHBA is asking that the Minnesota Legislators amend bill HF 140 for an informative safety oversight research, analyst, the creation of a Needle-Stick Committee, and a fiscal note for appropriations.

Establishing a management needlestick prevention committee with an equal representation that has the authority and responsibility, especially if, Blood-borne pathogens emitted from scalp poking and finger pricking from  “needle” usage are continued to be allowed in the definition of Hair Braiding and Simple Hair Devices.

The “suture needles” are used to install MINNESOTA STATUTES 62A.28 COVERAGE FOR SCALP HAIR PROSTHESES.commonly known as customized made wigs included in the Hair Braiding definition. The CDC reports device injuries pose a 24% increased risk with suture needles.

Yes, expeditious immediate amending and uniforming this bill will allow reciprocation between 24 states and address the MINNESOTA STATUTES 182.6555 REDUCING OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES TO BLOOD-BORNE PATHOGENS THROUGH SHARPS INJURIES. Establishing a  Needlestick Committee provisions to reduce exposure to blood-borne pathogens preventive rules for the safety of the citizens of the state.



Posted in 30 Hour Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License

States With NO Hair Braider License

Hi #SuperNaturals,


As of 2018, these are the states where no licensing is required to open a Natural Hair Braiding Salon according to the Institute for Justice.

I’m Over Qualified and Licensed in Cosmetology


Here is the latest report from the Institute for Justice called Barriers to Braiding on page 8: https://ij.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Barriers_To_Braiding-2.pdf


Thanks again, Denise
BraidersCourse.com

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Graduates of 30 Hour Minnesota Natural Hair Braiders Course

Thanks to ALL Natural Hair Stylist 

of 2018

🗣Natural Hair Braiders

For Your Information!! I got your BACK‼️ Help is on the way home.
Posted in 30 Hour Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License, Uncategorized

How to Get our Hair Braiders License in Louisiana?

Strikingly, Louisiana hair braiding and natural hair License is called “alternative hair design” instead of any one of the names above.

Louisiana’s Gov. John Bel Edwards included statements about occupational licensing reform.

He’s listening and watching the video being recorded in real time and he even suggests one of the hair stylists demonstrate hair braiding… oops 😬 “alternative hair designer 👩🏽‍🎨 ” on one of the house committee member.

Below is a video from our buddy Robert Burns of Sound Off Louisiana!, who covered the Senate committee hearing and in fact participated in it – you’ll see Burns dismantle Barrow and the proponents of her bill in a devastating fashion.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhcHoa9ugE4&feature=youtu.be

The Institute for Justice reports:

Since April 1, 2003, Louisiana has authorized a special permit for “alternative hair design,” which includes hair braiding.

To obtain this permit, an applicant needs at least 500 hours of instruction.

In 2003, six such permits were issued. In 2012, only six new permits were issued while 16 were renewed.

By comparison, in 2013, 1,462 new licenses were issued for cosmetologists, while another 22,237 cosmetologist licenses were renewed.

As previously noted in the report, only five of Louisiana’s 66 cosmetology schools teach the alternative hair design course, as of 2012.

For more on this article click here.

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How to get a Hair Braider License in Alaska?

Getting your natural hair braiding license is Alaska will be a task. It has been 98 days pass the 90 day-session and still no vote 🗳 on the current Bill.

Since the state considers Hair Braiders as Hair Dressers.

I suggest you attend a 300 Hour natural hair course in natural hair braiding certification with a practical or a 30 Hour natural hair braiding online course.

Then apply for reciprocal licensing once Alaska law makers get their act together!

Hair braiding is not explicitly mentioned in Alaskan statutes.

While Alaska’s statutes do not refer to braiding, the state’s Board of Barbers and Hairdressers confirmed that braiders are regulated as hairdressers.

This means braiders are required to pass an exam after taking either 1,650 hours of coursework or 2,000 hours of training as an apprentice.

http://www.ktuu.com/content/news/Its-Day-98–do-you-know-where-your-lawmaker-is-480631401.html

http://www.ij.org/images/pdf_folder/economic_liberty/untangling-regulations.pdf

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Minnesota Hair Braider Registration gets $0 and the Minnesota Board of Cosmetology Advanced Practice Esthetican get $2 millions for “needle” usage (UNEXCEPTABLE)

Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License is the key to a Natural Hair Braider Board.

I want to explain more on how the Minnesota Hair Braider Registration Licensees “simple hair devices” are being manipulated into being in the Board of Cosmetology favor through legal cases brought on by the Institute for Justice.

Why should we care? Because it Black Women #AmeicanDOS who bare the bottom of the barrel to healthcare and HIV and HPV infections. However most don’t know how they contracted the virus.

I’m here in your face telling you while white women protect them selves you are the cost.Minnesota Hair Braiding Registration License

Minnesota Advance Practice Deceptions
A. In consequence, Judge Isabell Gomez’s Court Order, Section  III. Agreed Order, paragraph 8., letter B., and page 15.

Gives the Board the authority to make rules  and change the definition at will for “Simple Braiding Devices” it reads:

“Hair Braiding, Simple Braiding Devices, Hair Braiding Services, and Hair Braiding are defined are to be defined in Minn. R 2642.100 (which was later repealed and renumbered to Minn.R 2105) and Hair Braiding, Hair Braiding Services and Hair Braiders are to be construed as exempt from Minn. R 2100(2003), 2646(2003) and 2644(2003).

 

This gives the Board the authority to overwriting the definitions and rules for Hair Braiding, Simple Braiding Devices, and Hair Braiding Services.

But grants exemptions ONLY to Hair Braiding, Hair Braiding Services, and Hair Braiders.

Therefore, allowing the Boards total control over Simple Braiding Devices which includes the ‘needle’.

Unfortunately, this is how the Board can get back into the Health Practices Cataorgy and ask the goverment for more funding in approations through legislation for the health and welfare of the public.
B. The Revisors Rules docket RD4342 denied by Judge Eric Lipman but later approved by Judge Tammy Pust allows AP Estheticians to use Simple Hair Braiding Devices definition separate to create the medical health, safety and sanitation for the welfare of the public claims needed to support the NEW licensing of estheticians.
The Board ask for rulmaking authority over 155A.21 to 155A.36 this mistake includes 155A.28 for Hair Braiders Registration.
I beleive it’s valid enough for this procedural mistake to go back before an adminstrative judge.
In the Matter of the Board of Cosmetologist Examiners’ Proposed Permanent Rules Governing Advanced Practice Estheticians; Minnesota Rules Chapters 2105 and 2110 Section II. Rulemaking Authority.
 
8.  The Board also relies upon its general rulemaking authority under Minn. Stat. § 155A.26, which provides: The Board may develop and adopt rules according to chapter 14 that the Board considers necessary to carry out sections 155A.21 to 155A.36. 
9. With respect to regulating salons, the Board also relies on Minn. Stat. § 155A.29, subd. 2. This statute provides that “the conditions and process by which a salon is licensed shall be established by the Board by rule.” Additionally, Minn. Stat. § 155A.29, subd. 3, provides that “minimum infection control standards for the operation of a salon shall be established by rule.”  https://mn.gov/oah/assets/9013-33230-board-cosmetologest-examiners-rules-report_tcm19-327496.pdf
C. In addition to, creating the definition and rules for Sharps the Board has the athourity over simple braiding device the needle.

3.10 Subp. 11h. Sharps. “Sharps” means any object, sterile or contaminated, that may 

3.11 purposefully or accidentally cut or penetrate the skin or mucosa including presterilized 
3.12 single-use lancets, dermal blades, and razor blades. 
3.13 Subp. 11i. Sharps container. “Sharps container” means a closed, puncture-resistant,
 3.14 leak-proof container, labeled with the international biohazard symbol, that is used for 
3.15 handling, storage, transportation, and disposal of sharps. 
 
 
D. Judge Isabel Gomez’s ruling is being construded as Simple Braiding Devices are separate from Unregulated Services 10a to 10c and are numbered as 11g, 11i and now11j.
As a result, the Board can regulate the simple braiding devices that Hair Braiders use in their services.

3.16 Subp. 11i 11j. Simple braiding devices. “Simple braiding devices” include clips, 

3.17 combs, curlers, curling irons, hairpins, rollers, scissors, needles, and thread. 
 4.1 Subp. 13. Unregulated service. “Unregulated service” means those servicesnot 
4.2 defined as the practice of cosmetology under Minnesota Statutes, section 155A.23, 
4.3 subdivision 3, and that are exempt from regulation by the board. Unregulated services are 
4.4 ear piercing; body art; body painting; henna tattoos and permanent tattoos; eyebrow 
4.5 embroidery; eyebrow microblading; permanent hair removal; permanent makeup; tanning
 4.6 by UV radiation and spray tanning units; injectables; services for theatrical, television, film,
 4.7 fashion, photography, or media productions or media appearances; mortuary services; 
4.8 massage; body wraps and lymphatic drainage when performed by a massage therapist; the 
4.9 practice of medicine as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 147.081, subdivision 3; and 
4.10 hair braiding, hair braiding services, and hair braiders, as defined in subparts 10a to 10c; 
4.11 and threading as defined in Minnesota Statutes,section 155A.23,subdivision 13. Ordinances 
4.12 by local units of government that prohibit hair braiding, hair braiding services, or hair 4.13 braiders, as defined in subparts 10a to 10c, or regulate any matter relating to licensing, 
4.14 testing, or training of hair braiding, hair braiding services, or hair braiders are preempted 4.15 by this part.