I’ve been getting my nails done at Black women owned salons for years now—in PA and now that I’ve moved to VA, here. They do exist and they take great care of me. For instance, I go back and forth between acrylic nails and my real nails. Since I don’t want my real nails overly damaged, I askThe Solution is we need to own our own shops. We have black women going to nail school but why is it we can’t get our own shop??? Asian shops are everywhere
. Black folks act stush like they dont wanna even touch your feet here! Black salons are far & few between and can charge 2x+ what the Asians are charging.
I'm gonna continue to manage my hands and feet myself for now.
I just looked to see if any were near me....I found one but some of the reviews ....very loud and noisy, there is an area for full body massages only separated by a curtain so #1 it is not a quiet relaxing room #2 doesn't feel private the customer can see the other clients through the curtainYeah, that kinda pride needs to go somewhere... why open a pedicure business if you don't want to touch people's feet? I agree we need more of our own salons, maybe then I'll start getting my nails/feet done.. lol..
I got my nails and feet done for this trip and my nail salon is filled with very nice people, but I still feel a way because the asians in Baltimore treated black patrons terrible.
They would never treat a white woman like that.
I just looked to see if any were near me....I found one but some of the reviews ....very loud and noisy, there is an area for full body massages only separated by a curtain so #1 it is not a quiet relaxing room #2 doesn't feel private the customer can see the other clients through the curtain
You're on it; that's exactly what they chanted. Nail techs should've thought this attack through first if they are actually illegal.Somebody call immigration... I know a lot of them Asians are illegal. Lol....
I too wondered when they weren’t fighting. One girl ran out and didn’t come back.And I haven't slept and y'all know I have issues so I'm gonna say this... did it seem like these women weren't fighting like how "we know how to fight" to y'all? I ain't ever seen black women take a butt whooping off an other in my life. Especially these little bitty women. Sorry but I did think they weren't throwing haymakers and elbows like I'm used to seeing. Or like some of us like to fight each other on the Internet. I said that like I get in fights; I don't, but I wouldn't have took that.
Raise your hand if you saw that woman get hit with that stick? FYI, both of mine are up. This passive language is always used against us but in their favor. A scuffle? Had it been the other way around, the vocabulary would have been far more aggressive. I bet that black woman's ancestors were probably here longer than the nail techs, the writer of the article, and probably the cops who made the arrests. But they'll support the new immigrant over the old "hostage" cuz black. And as pointed out, more than one nail tech was involved.Zheng was caught on surveillance tape chasing a combatant out of the salon with a broomstick.