Mariah Lovemore, a Cincinnati, Ohio-based African-American cosmetologist, was only 27 years old when she started studying how to produce a hair growth solution for men and women with natural hairstyles.
Her target audience was those who wore their hair in natural styles. It took her seven years, but she has finally cracked the code after trying so hard to figure it out. And today, at 34, she is one of the first Black women in the nation and the only one in the world to have discovered an all-natural, organic hair growth solution that works.
Her specialty product is called Naija Growth Elixir, and it helps cure alopecia, postpartum hair loss, and dandruff while also making natural hair more manageable, smoother, and shinier.
This helps natural hair keep its length longer and encourages growth in places where it has been lost. Her cutting-edge recipe does all of this without leaving a greasy residue on the natural hair or the scalp of the person using it. People of African heritage now have the hope and the bravery to wear their hair confidently, all while enjoying the stimulating and energizing perfume it exudes.
Mariah claims that she was born with an entrepreneurial spirit, including enthusiasm, creativity, self-assurance, motivation, optimism, resilience, and decision-making.
She implies there is more to “her motto from the source of healing” than meets the surface. Her strong sense of community has propelled her to reach out to and assist those struggling with suicidal thoughts and despair due to the epidemic using music and inspiration gleaned from Puerto Rico, Mexico, and farther afield.
She is a skilled cosmetologist, and as such, she pays special attention to the requirements of her customers and carefully selects the components required to resolve and improve their appearance. The Naija Growth Elixir, her most recent innovative product, is a high-quality oil combination kept in a one-of-a-kind ombre glass container with essential oils.
She states: “I spent seven years researching this project, and I was able to give some of my clients prototypes of my hair oil.” Their supportive comments and responses encouraged and inspired me, and they convinced me that I had successfully produced a product that would be profitable.
After concluding that she was finally prepared to launch her business, she came up with the company name “Naija By Lovemore.” She settled on the “Naija Growth Elixir” moniker for her first marketplace offering.