Jehan Mamo

Jehan Mamo arrived in the United States in 2008 from Iraq after marrying her husband, a U.S. citizen.  She has been threading for 15 years.  In Iraq, she taught kindergarten and managed a salon for seven years.  She is the sole breadwinner for her husband, who is disabled, and their seven-month-old daughter.

  • June 29, 2011    |   Economic Liberty

    Arizona Eyebrow Threading

    Will Arizona Courts Leave Protection of Individual Liberty Threadbare?: Arizona Eyebrow Threaders Fight Irrational Licensing Scheme

    Eyebrow threading is very popular in Arizona.  Threading is a natural and safe method of hair removal that uses a single strand of cotton thread to remove unwanted hair, most commonly from the eyebrows, with no chemicals, dyes, hot wax or sharp objects.  But state officials have decided that threaders cannot practice their trade without…

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