Hair Units For Men, Is It The New Trend?

Men Wearing Hair Units As I scroll Instagram, I'm seeing more and more men wearing hair units. One day I decided to read the comments under one barbers post. I couldn't believe how many black women were bashing the men for wearing a unit! Am I crazy to think that the women bashing the men … Continue reading Hair Units For Men, Is It The New Trend?

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The Hairstylist Who’s Concern About A Client With A Past Due Appointment Raised Eyebrows

Having a great hairstylist who truly cares about their clients hair and their well being is a blessing! Below is a story that I've been following on CBS News. It's about a missing woman named Marsha Brantley from Cleveland, Tenn. Being a regular at the salon has more than just looking good benefits, it could … Continue reading The Hairstylist Who’s Concern About A Client With A Past Due Appointment Raised Eyebrows

Client & Beauty Professional Relationships

Should a beauty professional who provides services to the public have a friendship with their clients? This is a conversation that I had a little while ago with two well-known beauty industry professionals. They both stated that a hairstylist shouldn't develop a friendship with their clients and clients shouldn't have their hairstylist personal cell phone … Continue reading Client & Beauty Professional Relationships

The First Millionaire African-American Hairstylist and Barber

Annie Turnbo Malone You have heard of Oprah Winfrey? Sure, who hasn't? How about Madam C.J. Walker? No brainer. I can see heads nodding up and down all over the place. ย ย  How about Annie Malone? Blank stares. Silence. Crickets chirping. Never heard of her... ย ย  Yet, before Madam Walker, Rosa Parks, Mary McLeod Bethune, … Continue reading The First Millionaire African-American Hairstylist and Barber

The Devaluation Of The African-American Hairstylist And Salons

Professional Hairstylist And Salons Are Being Devalued.... God blessed Annie Turnbo Malone and Madame C.J. Walker with the gift of paving the way for black women to make a living for themselves with a trade that not only helped them take care of their family but also helped black women look and feel good about … Continue reading The Devaluation Of The African-American Hairstylist And Salons