International Women's Day Sale! - Crown Yourself Queen!

 

 

 

 

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My Crowning Jewel Is Headed to Atlanta!

It has been over ten years since our CEO, Veronica N. Chapman, won her first business plan competition in her Management class at Spelman College.  She is very excited to return to Atlanta this spring to spread the word about My Crowning Jewel, and to welcome the fabulous women of "ATL" into our Queendom!  

Come visit us at the World Natural Hair Health & Beauty Show!  We can't wait to meet you!

 

Check out some of our Jewels below!

 

Royal Glamour Band  Satin or Silk Nighttime Head wraps  Metallic Nighttime Head wrap Silk or Satin  Michelle Hooded Jewel Scarf  Nighttime Head wrap For Little Girls  Nighttime Headnwraps are Versatile

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Enter Our "Jewel" Tying Contest!

Are you part of the My Crowning Jewel Queendom? Do you have a fabulous way that you tie your Night or Day Jewel? Then we want to see it! Click here to enter our "Jewel" Tying Contest!

Contest ends on January 5th at 8:00pm EST. The winner will be announced on January 9th!

 

 

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October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Crown Her Queen

 

 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure.

 

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, help us crown women Queens in our head wrap Jewels.  All Jewels donated via our Crown Her Queen program will be donated to ZuriWorks for Women's Health, an organization that uses arts and health to develop creative, culturally relevant approaches that enhance the quality of life of women color affected by cancer.

 

 

 

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In Celebration of Our Independence...

 


We're offering 25% off our head wrap Jewels until July 7th! Use discount code "Liberty" at checkout!

Please share the Discount Jewel below with anyone who wants to declare their independence from the satin bonnet and other unglamorous nighttime (or daytime) headwear!

Have an awesome 4th of July!

~ Team MCJ




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Help us spread the word about our head wrap Jewels!



Are you on social media?  Do you want to help us crown women Queens in our Crowning Jewels and employ teens this summer? 
 
Are you having trouble figuring out what to say? Let us help you!

If you're on Twitter or Facebook follow this link for some messages you can share with your friends and followers! 

Just cut and paste! 

Thank you so much for your support!

Sincerely,

Team My Crowning Jewel

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We Did It! - Thanks To You!

Thank you so much for voting for us!  Because of you we won a spot to present our Jewels at Mass Innovation Nights

 
We had a wonderful time explaining why women should retire their satin bonnets and frumpy head scarves and upgrade to a Jewel!


Thanks to the Mass Innovation Nights team we have a video of our pitch!


  



Pictured below is our President, Veronica N. Chapman, and Chief Designer, Luisa Chapman, presenting My Crowning Jewel to the Mass Innovation Nights audience.





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About Batiks...



We have two Jewels made from Batik fabrics, the Rose Royce Jewel, and the Batik Libra.  I was not familiar with these beautiful fabrics until our Chief Designer, Luisa W. Chapman, brought them to my attention; I am so happy that we were able to make Jewels from these fabric creations! 

According to The Batik Guild in the United Kingdom, "Batik is both an art and a craft, which is becoming more popular and well known in the West as a wonderfully creative medium. The art of decorating cloth in this way, using wax and dye, has been practised for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there. The word batik originates from the Javanese tikand means to dot.

To make a batik, selected areas of the cloth are blocked out by brushing or drawing hot wax over them, and the cloth is then dyed. The parts covered in wax resist the dye and remain the original colour. This process of waxing and dyeing can be repeated to create more elaborate and colourful designs. After the final dyeing the wax is removed and the cloth is ready for wearing or showing."


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