When he’s not busy doing business as a hairdressing salon or working as a child’s haberdashery operator, Jacob Hausman is also the owner of a business selling hair care products, a business he started in 2013 with his parents and two sisters.
Hausman told Bleacher Beat the business was named after the two brothers who owned it.
He said the brothers started it out of necessity when they were working at a salon and wanted to make something to help support their family and provide some kind of income for them.
They had two daughters and two sons.
The business became a way to give back to their family, he said.
When Hausmen was 10 years old, he was given the opportunity to start his own hairdyling business.
It wasn’t a huge one and it was more of a hobby than a career.
The idea was that he could earn a living doing the hairdeler work for a living.
He said he was able to take on the business from day one and that he was never financially supported by the family, even though he had been working at the salon for two years.
“I started my business because I wanted to do it for myself and because I was tired of my parents paying for everything and I wanted something that was more financially sustainable than what they were paying for,” he said, adding that his business grew in size and popularity.
Haumans family has owned the business for more than a decade.
Hauxman said he is still a busy dad and loves spending time with his family, including his kids and the three of them.
Haudsman said his business is run on the premise that you can do it, no matter what your background is.
“The only thing that we’re trying to do is support the family and have them be happy and feel like their kids are happy, and we don’t take care of ourselves,” he told Bleachers Beat.
Huxman said one of the reasons the business has grown so quickly is that he has been able to attract younger customers who are willing to spend a bit more money.
He also says he is able to work from home.HUXMAN: When you’re out, you can’t help but spend time with your family and your family is important to me.
I’m a hard worker and I enjoy it, and I really enjoy that, but I’m not going to lie to you.
I enjoy the family life.
They’re very important to my family.BETTING HUBSMAN ON THE BEHALF OF HIS FAMILY: Jacob HauxmanThe family also sells their products through their website.
When you browse through the site, you will see a wide variety of products from men’s and women’s hair care to haircare and even beauty treatments.
Hausmans brother and co-owner, David Hausmann, said that the products are made with the utmost care and that they have been made by hand for his family.
“We do it in our own small way.
It’s all about the quality, and if we have a customer who loves what we’re doing, we’re very happy,” he explained.
Huesman said that it’s not a difficult business to run.
“Our staff are amazing and I don’t have a ton of people, but it’s a family business, and they do everything for us, so we can keep doing what we love,” he added.HUBSMAN: When I get home from work and my kids are in bed, I think, ‘Oh, we’ll be happy,’ and that’s when I do my hairdoing.BETHELER: Jacob’s brother David said that Hauxmans family loves his business.
“They’re really passionate about it.
They love the business, love the people and are really supportive,” he noted.
David also said that Jacob’s business is able with its size to provide for his four children, and that it has also helped his brother and sister.
David said Hausmans brother is always ready to help out when he’s out of town, and when he is home, he’s always happy to take care and give him some tips on how to do a job well.HUELLSMAN: I do it to make money, and to be honest, I’m doing it for my family, and for the children.HAUMSMAN: We just want to do the best that we can for our family.
We don’t want to make it for ourselves, so it’s really hard, but we love doing it.HUSSA: The way that Jacob handles his business and the quality of the products that he does is really good.
He just keeps doing it because he loves it.BELOW: A photo of Jacob Haudsmans children taken in the last months of 2017.