Meet the men and women who work in your salon

Today, I’m meeting a bunch of men and ladies who work at my salon in New York City.I’m a woman of color who is a certified hair stylist and a stylist in my own right.This is my first time talking to a salon owner, and I wanted to find out about the experiences I have…

Published by admin inSeptember 10, 2021
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Today, I’m meeting a bunch of men and ladies who work at my salon in New York City.

I’m a woman of color who is a certified hair stylist and a stylist in my own right.

This is my first time talking to a salon owner, and I wanted to find out about the experiences I have had and what it’s like to work for a living.

I spoke with a bunch who are in their late 20s, 30s, and 40s.

I wanted their stories.

I also wanted to learn more about the salon’s owners and the people they work with.

My goal is to educate the community about the challenges that people of color face, and how they can make it work.

As an aspiring stylist, it’s my dream to someday open a salon myself, but until then, I wanted my story to be a guide to the industry.

So I wanted the people I met to know that I’m not alone.

I’ve met some incredible people, and my goal is not to be an outcast.

I hope my story and the experiences of my peers can help others make the right choices in their own hair and styling careers.

My salon, Nellie’s Salon, opened in September of 2017, and it is my proudest moment to be here as a stylista.

It’s been my pleasure to serve the clients of Nellies Salon and to share my passion with them.

I have a wonderful time working with my colleagues and helping them make hair and hair products look great.

I love being a part of their day-to-day lives, and even more, I enjoy the opportunity to share their creativity and beauty with other people of all backgrounds.

I am so proud to work with my clients, and they are so grateful for all of the support and support they receive from my salon and salon staff.

Nellys Salon has been a success, but it has also been challenging for me to navigate my own personal journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance.

I had been living as a woman in a man’s world since I was a teenager, but I had always felt more comfortable as a black woman.

It took me a long time to realize that my appearance, and especially my hair, wasn’t the only part of me that I was still a part.

I was always told I didn’t have a choice, that I could be anything I wanted, that my hair was what I needed to be.

I did not feel like I was good enough for Nellis Salon, but the first few years of my career as a hair stylian at Nelli’s Salon were really challenging.

I felt like my hair needed to change. I didn