McComb Beauty Educator and Other Small Business Owners Unite for Community Effort

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Local beauty educator and entrepreneur, Ramona Patterson, hosted her Second Annual Hope for the Holidays event last week at The Boys and Girls Club of McComb, MS. Over a hundred people attended the luncheon and toy giveaway.

The event was a collaborative effort of Patterson and her brand, Mo-Unlimited, as well as her coworker stylists from Salon Talay, Rick’s Barber Shop, Global Uniform & Acct, S&D Tax Service, and Pressure Washing Enterprises, as these businesses also acted as drop off points for toys and donations.

“This was only our second event, and though I knew I wanted it to be bigger than last year, I was not expecting the turnout that we did receive. I’m very grateful for all the donations. They were truly a blessing, and it felt equally as good to be a blessing to others. I could not have done it without my friends and family however,” Patterson says.

Ramona Patterson is the complete beauty package. Patterson is a licensed nail technician, hair stylist, and makeup artist with an eye for glam and great ears for her clients. Ramona has traveled to many states showcasing her many talents, teaching classes at such at events as Bronner Brothers Hair Show and beauty expos, leaving a lasting impression on those she has encountered. She also launched her nail care line this year, Mo-Unlimited which includes a cuticle oil, liquid, and powder.

Patterson started the community event last year with the help of a few businesses and corporations, and it has doubled in attendance and participation. To learn more or see more photos, visit http://mo-unlimited.weebly.com.

 

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