COVID -19 Has Made Face Masks the “Must Have” Fashion Accessory

With no return to normal in the foreseeable future, and after many months of lockdown in an effort to combat the transmission of the Coronavirus, it seems Americans have grown weary of social isolation. With the country pushing to reopen, businesses have pressured many workers to get back to work.

The medical establishment has warned that Americans will have to change their ways and adopt new habits in efforts to stem the spread of the coronavirus disease. Along with social distancing and hand washing, doctors have advised, and many states have passed laws that require anyone in public to wear a mask!

Operating Globally When the World Has Shut Down

Despite interruption from the global pandemic of COVID -19 and its many disruptions to the worldwide supply chain, including a dramatic slowdown in shipping between the United States and Liberia. Our team has been working really hard to ensure that our business operates seamlessly to meet the needs of our customers in a timely manner.

Choosing a Kid-Friendly Face Mask

With many states reopening schools, masks for kids are not only vital for their protection from COVID-19, but will most likely be required by law, if they do return to school.

When choosing kids’ masks to help protect your precious munchkins, be sure to consider, at minimum, the size, fabric quality, and style.

Experts suggest that you talk to your children about the importance of wearing a mask in a way that they can understand.

A helpful tip from some of the parents in the Wax & Wonder Tribe is to wear a mask yourself, thereby allowing your children to model your behavior.

Black Frontline Workers and Their Families

The Coronavirus has exposed the gross inequalities that exist within the economy. Many black people and people of color in America and around the world, who are without the luxury of accumulated wealth, must continue to work to support their families.

This limited access to wealth has contributed to the increased rate of Covid-19 infections and deaths in communities of color.

Studies suggest that the majority of people in this demographic are “frontline“ workers and “essential” workers, whose physical presence are required on their jobs to provide valuable services that the public depends on and could not go without – they are unable to work from home. Many have jobs such as healthcare workers, factory workers, meat packers,

Enter Our #HeadWrapQueen Giveaway

...Because EVERY Woman WEARS a CROWN

Throughout the entire African Diaspora, headwraps have been a part of black women's hair culture for centuries. In many ways, it has been our CROWN.

To celebrate the women and the culture surrounding vibrant African print headwraps, we created a FREE Instagram Filter. It’s our way of reminding you how special you are, especially during these times. Afterall, every girl, young lady, and woman deserves to wear a crown.