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    The State of Black Salons... The search for Clientele:


    A number of black-owned stylists across the East Coast and throughout the country have experienced a significant decrease in clientele.

    According to the Professional Consultants & Resources, the salon and hair care industry is a 75.38 billion dollar business. This is an increase of 4.1% over the comp year. However, a piece of this billion dollar pie has been diminishing for African American salons. This is attributed primarily to four factors which are;

    • The increase of Dominican salons.

    • The trend or choice to transition from chemicals to natural hair

    • The lack of respect of a black woman’s time and absence of customer service in majority of salons.

    • Failure to use and retail good hair products specifically designed for Black hair care.

    • The lack of incentives and redirection to retain and consistently make the hair experience a necessity instead of a choice or want.

    Dominican salons evolved in record numbers during the early 1980’s primarily on the East Coast in places like New York (Wall Street Journal, May 2012). African American women primarily visited them due to the fact that they had efficient processes that resulted in less time being spent in the salon.
    Diva By Cindy Hair Products
    Diva By Cindy Hair Products



    Dominican salons use an assembly line approach that moved the customer along rapidly. The end result of this process was soft silky hair at often less expensive prices than traditional salons.

    Despite the prevalence of Dominican salons, there have been a number of complaints. Specifically, African-American customers have complained of hair loss due to the excessive use of heat from the blow dryer during styling. As a result, black hair would break and snap as a result of these processes being applied to our hair. Although the Dominicans have taken some market share, they cannot be totally blamed for the state of the traditional Black salon.

    Transitioning from chemicals to natural hair has become a popular trend and considered a healthier alternative to chemicals for African-American women. Moreover, natural hair requires less maintenance and is often a better alternative for someone who does not have a great deal of time to spend on hair. Black hair stylists often fail to service customers with naturals because the hair can be difficult to detangle. However, there are great products such as the Diva By Cindy Leave-In infused with B vitamins to help solve this problem. Stylists who eliminate natural hair services from their menu, claiming it's time-consuming can increase their clientele by using a detangler to minimize the time it takes to wash and style naturals. Thereby, making the experience much more comfortable for their clients.

    Black hair salons do not always give great customer service. . Unfortunately, customers often experience,

    • Long wait times, (sometimes up to 4 hours or longer to receive services),

    • Use of mobile devices while Hair is being styled,

    • Lack of attention to detail (for example cutting off too much of a person's hair or not giving them the right color)

    • Failure to use and retail good hair products is another problem or common complaint of clients.

    Despite these negatives, stylists can do a number of things to improve client satisfaction and increase the willingness of clients to return to salons. Just as you don't leave the doctors office without a prescription, a stylist should not allow their clients to leave their chair without a prescribed or recommended plan of hair care follow-up after leaving the salon. Failure to do so leaves clients with only a couple of options; to peruse the Internet for follow-up hair care products or to go to the neighborhood drugstore or beauty supply store and figure out what they need. Unfortunately, this does not produce loyalty to their stylist.

    Failure to implement customer loyalty programs another reason why women are not visiting black hair care salons. Salons can increase their clientele by offering the following: 1)customer loyalty card programs such as coupons 2) free retail products for spending a given amount at the salon, 3) birthday cards with coupons and other well-thought-out loyalty programs, will help clients return to salons more often.

    The advent of Salon Suites have also taken away the salon experience. Gone are the days we would walk in a salon and have women sharing, bonding, and connecting in an open space. As a result, without the necessary foot traffic to some of the Suites, stylists sit and wait and wonder where and when the next clients are going to arrive. Without aggressive marketing and Salon incentives mentioned above, there will continue to be a decline in the numbers of clients for the stylist. Stylists will have no option but to work part-time to supplement their income).

    We visit salons to be pampered, and the services must transcend the experience. Stylists must be willing to work with all hair types and textures in addition to chemically processed hair or Natural hair). African-American stylists must also be willing to perform these services in a timely manner. We all love to receive gifts and incentives. Thus, incentives should be in place to maintain a flow of reciprocity between client and Beautician. Carefully thought out incentives go a long way to help retain our black clientele. Salons and Stylist must examine their company's mission and overall vision, revamped practices to include the words timely, relaxing, tranquil environment to attract and maintain their clients. Implementation of a few well-thought-out ideas which involves putting our customers well being ahead of profits will increase our bottom line.

    Diva By Cindy Hair Products
    http://www.divabycindy.com


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    Get your B.O.B.S.A black beauty products discount card and get products for less. No membership needed.

    B.O.B.S.A black beauty products


    It is a pleasure to introduce you to the Black Owned Beauty Supply Association new “Consumer Discount Card” which is now available to the public. The new Consumer Discount Card will give thousands of Black consumers the opportunity to receive special discounts from BOBSA’s Black manufacturers worldwide.

    B.O.B.S.A is a worldwide organization that is both a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas and as a resource for current developments in the beauty industry. The B.O.B.S.A companies will provide ongoing discounts from 5%-25%, which amounts to tremendous savings to you. This will also recirculate Black Dollars back into the Black community, Connecting the Black Dots and Dollars, which is the mission of B.O.B.S.A.

    We are proud to announce that the first "500" registrants will receive their Consumer Discount Card for $10, regularly priced at $25 (Annual Renewal Fee).

    We hope you’ll join us. Visit http://bobsa.org for more information

    Here are just some of the participating companies.

    BLACK MANUFACTURES AND HAIR DIST
    Angel Discount Hair
    AWNI Hair Dist.
    CoHair (Colleen)
    Global Skin Solution
    It's Yours Hair
    iWeave
    Jane Carter Solution
    My Pure Remy Hair Dist.
    Nouri Tress
    One Crowning Glory Hair Dist.
    PPUI Jamaican Mango
    STELLA Shampoos &Cond
    Taliah Waajid Black Earth

    And many more.


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    LOOKING FOR HAIR CARE EXPERT PLEASE ADVISE WHO SHOULD I CONTACT ABOUT MY QUESTION?


    - I'm a 40-something African American woman. I'm afraid that DUAL CHEMICAL PROCESSES will DAMAGE my healthy hair. -

    I relax my hair. But I don't color the grays. My hair is really gray in a patch in the front with light salt and pepper on the sides. Why do I need your help? I don't know how to balance coloring the grays and relaxing the hair. I'm being promoted at a Fortune 100 company into a position with high visibility and management of a staff in the hundreds. I've been told by a male mentor to make my hair more stylish.

    Why haven't I colored my grays thus far? I've been concerned about chemicals from dual processes of relaxing and coloring grays.

    A hairstylist gave me this advice:
    Do not relax (touch-up) and color gray DURING THE SAME VISIT. I agree.
    She said wait 2 weeks and 1 washing to color gray AFTER the relaxer.
    AND NEVER relax hair that has been colored within the 3 weeks prior.

    Schedule for Relaxer is every 8 weeks.
    Week 01 = Relaxer (touch-up)
    Week 09 = Relaxer (touch-up)
    Week 17 = Relaxer (touch-up)

    Schedule for Coloring Gray is every 4 weeks.
    Week 03 = First-time Coloring Gray
    Week 07 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 11 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 15 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 19 = Coloring Gray (roots only)

    The problem happens when the schedules are combined... (NEVER relax hair that has been colored within the 3 weeks prior)

    Week 01 = Relaxer (touch-up)
    Week 03 = First-time Coloring Gray
    Week 07 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 09 = Relaxer (touch-up)
    Week 11 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 15 = Coloring Gray (roots only)
    Week 17 = Relaxer (touch-up)
    Week 19 = Coloring Gray (roots only)

    I do get the haircuts the SAME DAY the hair is relaxed.

    Will this schedule damage my hair?
    Should I adjust this schedule?
    What should I adjust in my hair care routine to prevent hair damage?

    Please contact Gwyneth at:   gwyneth_pew@hotmail.com


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    News Pitch: Major Problem for Black Women Solved!


    Black women, like other women, have many issues that they need to address. However, one particular issue seems to be more nerve wrecking than others. The dilemma that comes when you move to a new city, hate your current hair stylist, or have a hair emergency while traveling will drive you insane. I know, because I've been there and done that. I've relocated 5 times since graduating high school and I've had to find a new stylist every single time. Some of the cities that I lived in had a small black population and that made it even more difficult, but I prevailed through trial and error.

    MyBlackTresses.com
    This is where my new site www.MyBlackTresses.com comes in. It's a great new site that's going to launch August 1st, 2012. Learn more about about us: About Us and Welcome to MyBlackTresses.

    Here are some quick facts:

    • MyBlackTresses.com has over 1,000 salons and stylists that cater to black, African American, Latina, and multicultural women in the US and beyond.

    • Our site makes it easy to find, contact and review salons and stylists. It's better than a Yelp search for "black hair salon."Our review function allows visitors to gain feedback from real women.

    • Our best feature is that we also highlight stylists from non-ethnic salons who provide ethnic haircare services. These folks are the hardest to find for the typical black woman. It also encourages non-black stylists and salons to service women of color.

    • In honor of our launch we are hosting giveaways (5 total) during the month of August to help drive salon and stylist reviews.

    • Our listings are up to date, unlike our competitors who do not follow-up with their listed salons and/or stylists.

    • Our listing categories include: natural hair, relaxed hair, twists, locs, kids, mobile (traveling stylists), Dominican and international.

    • Basic listings are 100% free for salons and stylists.

    We feel that we've done a great job pulling together this resource for your readers, black women and multi-racial women everywhere.

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    (BPRW) Black BeautyShop Health Foundation Launches ‘Beauty N Black Wellness Tour’


    - American Diabetes Association and AIDS Healthcare Foundation are National Supporters • Saturday, June 30th Kick-off in Los Angeles -

    (BLACK PR WIRE)--LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- In an effort to improve the health of African American families, the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour will turn beauty salons into centers for health information and screening, starting with a June 30th launch in Los Angeles. Women visiting the salons will have the opportunity to talk with experts about common health concerns and to get screened by a health professional for diabetes, high blood pressure and HIV. The Black BeautyShop Health Foundation (www.blackbeautyshop.org) will produce the nine-city tour in collaboration with the American Diabetes Association and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

    Margo LaDrew
    Margo LaDrew, executive director of the Black BeautyShop Health Foundation (Photo: Business Wire)

    Women are the health CEO of the family, said Margo LaDrew, executive director of the Black BeautyShop Health Foundation. Given that black women visit the salon an average of 2.5 times a month, the beauty shop is an ideal place to educate women and equip them with practical tools for improving their family's health.

    Ms. LaDrew is an expert at the intersection of beauty and health for African American women. She is a former divisional sales manager with Carson-Johnson products, which is a leader in hair care brands for black women. Additionally, Ms. LaDrew spent more than four years with the Black Barbershop Health Outreach Program. Under that organization's banner, she assisted the founder in developing, launching and implementing all programs, coordinated the national tours and also produced the African American Men's Health & Empowerment Summits. All told, Ms. LaDrew helped to deliver health screenings to more than 25,000 men in 26 cities before stepping down in June 2011.

    Spurred by her success in the arena of black men's health, Ms. LaDrew founded the Black BeautyShop Health Foundation, whose mission is to turn Black women's interest in beauty and personal care into opportunities for raising their awareness of how to prevent and manage disease. In addition to bringing health information into beauty shops, in 2012 the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour will sponsor free day-long health and beauty expos in Atlanta; Chicago; Dallas; New York City; Oakland, CA; Richmond, VA; Washington, DC, and Philadelphia.

    Susan Evans, MD, a nationally acclaimed dermatologist and media personality who serves as Ambassador for the initiative, said, "As a dermatologist, I know that skin is the window to overall health. I believe the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour will help Black women make the connection between external beauty and internal health." Toward that end, Dr. Evans will make personal appearances at events in Los Angeles and several cities during the tour.

    American Diabetes Association National Collaboration
    Recognizing that diabetes impacts nearly 15 percent of African Americans over age 20, the Black BeautyShop Health Foundation is collaborating with the American Diabetes Association (the Association), which will leverage its relationships with local health care agencies and health professionals and provide diabetes educational materials.

    According to Earnestine Walker, director of African-American and older initiatives for the American Diabetes Association, the tour will enhance the work of the Association, which has a long record of commitment to black communities. "I am delighted to collaborate with the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour," said Ms. Walker. "Sometimes women neglect themselves to take care of others. But by encouraging women to take better care of themselves inside and out, this program helps women get healthier and take action to improve the health of their families and communities."

    AIDS Healthcare Foundation National Partnership
    Given that nearly half of those living with HIV in the United States are African American, the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour is partnering with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to provide women with life-saving information about preventing and managing HIV/AIDS. In several tour cities, AHF and its local partners will provide free rapid HIV testing on one of its mobile testing vans.

    "The AIDS epidemic is hitting African Americans harder than any other ethnic group in the US," said Whitney Engeran-Cordova, senior director of public health for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, a global organization that is the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the United States. "It is essential that we find effective methods for communicating with Black women," he continued. "We believe the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour will make a difference because it places HIV education and testing in a context that is relevant to black women's lives."

    Los Angeles Event
    On June 30, the Beauty N Black Wellness Tour will launch in salons throughout Los Angeles. Participating salons include: Brenda's Talk Of The Town; Chic Hair; Detour Hair Studio; End Results Hair Salon; Edmondson's The Ivory Coast Hair Salon; Gaynale & Company Beauty Salon; Hair Architects Barber & Beauty Salon; Indulgent Concept Hair Studio; K Salon; Pacific Beauty College of Los Angeles; Shear Creations; Spa 313 Salon; Tame Salon; and The Last Tangle. Activities will also take place at Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza's Community Room.

    Medical partners for the event are: Mu Chi Chapter Nursing Sorority; Practicing the Art of Dentistry (Raymont Johnson, Jr., DDS); Santa Monica College School of Nursing; and Westwood College Medical Assisting Program. The sponsors of the Los Angeles event are: Clear Essence; Los Angeles Region Champions for Change; Los Angeles View Park National Council of Negro Women, Inc.; PhRMA; and Susan G. Komen for the Cure - Los Angeles County.

    About the Black BeautyShop Health Foundation
    The Black BeautyShop Health Foundation is a 501c3 organization established to empower African American women with knowledge to choose healthier lifestyles. At the heart of the Foundation is an appreciation for Black women's interest in beauty and for the unique role beauty shops play in Black culture- as trusted places where women exchange information and set cultural norms, including those related to health behaviors. The Foundation produces the nine-city Beauty N Black Wellness Tour and publishes Black BeautyShop Magazine (www.blackbeautyshop.org), an online health and beauty resource. Nationally, the Foundation works in concert with the American Diabetes Association and the AIDS Healthcare Foundation.

    For more information call 310.674.6700 or visit (www.blackbeautyshop.org) and Facebook (Black Beautyshop Health Foundation.)

    About the American Diabetes Association
    The American Diabetes Association is leading the fight to Stop Diabetes and its deadly consequences and fighting for those affected by diabetes. The Association funds research to prevent, cure and manage diabetes; delivers services to hundreds of communities; provides objective and credible information; and gives voice to those denied their rights because of diabetes. Founded in 1940, its mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. For more information please call the American Diabetes Association at 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383) or visit www.diabetes.org Information from both these sources is available in English and Spanish.

    About the AIDS Healthcare Foundation
    AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), the largest global AIDS organization, currently provides medical care and/or services to more than 166,000 individuals in 26 countries worldwide in the US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, the Asia/Pacific Region and Eastern Europe. To learn more about AHF, visit: www.aidshealth.org, or Facebook: www.facebook.com/aidshealth or Twitter: @aidshealthcare

    Contact Information
    Black BeautyShop Health Foundation
    National Media Contact: Julia Walker
    Julia.blackbeautyshop@gmail.com
    917.685.0824

    Los Angeles Contact: Kai El-Zabar
    kai.blackbeautyshop@gmail.com
    323.377.3639

    American Diabetes Association
    Christine M. Feheley
    cfeheley@diabetes.org
    703.253.4374

    AIDS Healthcare Foundation
    Ged Kenslea
    gedk@aidshealth.org
    323.308.1833

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USE THIS BOX TO LOCATE BLACK HAIR SALONS   BY STATE
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BLACK/ AFRICAN AMERICAN HAIR SALONS  -   states   A - F
   

Miscellaneous...
Alex Campbell ...
Alex Campbell's haircut dvd will sharpen your professional skills with many of the latest clipper cutting styles and trends like the Fade haircut, Temple Fade, Taper fade, Bald Fade(Skinned Fade), Low Fades, Ceaser haircut, Outlining and Beard Shapeups. Atlanta Ga.
http://www.alexccampbell.com

AppointmentLink.com ...
A free directory site bringing together salons, spas and people seeking hair, nail, spa information.
http://www.appointmentlink.com/

Black Hair Planet ...
Black hair care directory of African American hair salon and black hairstyles.Your complete Black salons, hair care directory.
http://www.blackhairplanet.com/

BlackStylists.com ...
Black Salons/Spas, Black Hair Stylists, Braiders, Nail Technicians, Makeup Artists, Massage Therapists, Photographers, Beauty Consultants & Barber. The most comprehensive source everyone uses for hair braiding, black hair styles, celebrity hair styles, Makeup, massage, Nail art, Modeling & photography.
http://www.blackstylists.com/

E Salon Marketing ...
E Salon Marketing (ESM) is one of the premier hair salon marketing firm in southern California. We specialize in partnering with local hair salons to promote and enhance their online presence.
http://www.esalonmarketing.com/

EthnicSalons.com ...
A directory of hair salons across the U.S. for women of color on the move.
http://www.ethnicsalons.com/

Hair Nations ...
Hair Nations : Interviews, Reviews, Salons, Spas, and Barbershops.
http://www.hairnations.com/

Kinnks Natural Hair Online ...
Worldwide directory of links about natural hair. Visitors may surf our site and find pride in a world of aesthetics that normally excludes them.
http://www.naturalhaironline.com/

My Salon Scoop ...
Newest and hottest online destination for women of color in search of quality salon reviews and tips on maintaining healthy hair.
http://www.mysalonscoop.com/

Top Beauty Schools ...
Beauty schools directory, browse our selection of top beauty schools offering beauty courses and professional beauty training in US.
http://www.topbeautyschools.org/

Urban Salon Finder ...
Urban Salon Finder is a directory of salons for black hair in the United States.
http://www.urbansalonfinder.com/

Urban Salon Network ...
Search For Black Hair Salons and Barbershops locally. Browse our collection of Black Hair Care Articles and Connect with Black Hair Care Professionals nationwide.
http://www.urbansalonnetwork.com

Websites For Beauty Salons - Hair Salon and Spa Website Design ...
Websites For Beauty Salons specializes in Professional Website Designs and Website Templates exclusively for Hair and Beauty Salons, Spas, Stylists, Makeup Artists, Estheticians, Suppliers and other beauty professionals at affordable prices.
http://www.websitesforbeautysalons.com/

Your Majesties ...
Mobile spa services for weddings, proms, even senior citizens and nursing homes were we travel to those individuals to give them pampering services.
http://www.yourmajesties.synthasite.com/



Alabama...
Hair Care Search ...
U.S. & Canada Hair Stylist Locator.
http://www.afrohair.com/haircare/hair1.htm

Locs Of Soul ...
Locs of Soul is a one woman entity that believes in the natural beauty of women of color. Mobile Alabama.
http://www.locsofsoul.com/

Studio 17 Hair Designs ...
Studio 17 Hair Designs is one of Midtown Mobile's most elite salons,providing outstanding services and more importantly promoting and maintaining healthy hair. Mobile Alabama.
http://www.studio17hair.com/



Arizona...
Arizona Hair Extensions ...
Hair extensions provide immediate length, curls, movement from dread, wraps, straight, color, synthetice to human hair.
http://www.arizonahairextensions.com/

AZ Strands ...
Arizona Hair Extension Salon - Located in Phoenix & Scottsdale, AZ - AZ Strands
http://www.azstrands.com/

Cultures Beauty Salon ...
We are a licensed diversity hair salon, specialised in black hair care including color, relaxers, sew in, braids, all forms of extenions, twist, locks etc. based in Peoria Arizona.
http://www.culturessalonaz.com/

Hairadize ...
Our Spa like Multi Cultural Green Source Salon, uses Natural Products to Aid in promoting growth to hair, nails and skin for males and female both young and old. Gilbert, AZ.
http://www.hairadize.net/

Mozell & Company Hair ...
Mozell & Company Hair is Scottsdale's premier healthy hair salon. Whether your hair is straight, fine, relaxed, natural, or transitional; healthy, beautiful hair is what we do.
http://www.hairbymozell.com/

Sister Sister Braiding ...
Sister Sister Braiding - Phoenix AZ.
http://www.sistersisterbraiding.com/



California...
Body, Soul and Spirit Salon ...
Specializing in achieving & maintaining healthy hair. San Francisco, CA 94134.
http://www.bodysoulandspiritsalon.com/

Hair Angel Studio ...
"Hair Extensions? Great Lengths, Hairlocs, Eurolocs, Fusion, Weaving... I've researched and tried them all. Want beautiful hair without glue, heat, chemicals, or damage? Let this Hair Angel make all your Hair Dreams come true.
http://www.hairangel.net

Hair By Sonya ...
San Francisco Bay Area Hair Stylist.
http://www.hairbysonya.com/

Hair Today Hair Tomorrow ...
Oakland's Premier Natural Hair Care Salon serving families since 1991. Hair Loss is our specialty. Oakland Ca.
http://www.hairtodayhairtomorrow1991.com/

I Can Braid It Cuts & Styles ...
Specializing in braiding,weaving and natural hair with a gentle touch.No matter how long, short, kinky or straight I Can Braid It is here to serve you.Quality work for an affordable price.Men, women and children are welcome. Oakland, CA.
http://www.icanbraidit.com/

It's Mi Hair Salon ...
Influencing the world one style at a time. Sacramento Ca. Hair Salon.
http://www.itsmihairsalon.com/

Jovance Beauty and Wellness ...
Jovance Beauty and Wellness is a full service salon and wellness center offering a variety of pampering services and treatments. Inspired by the concept of restoring oneself back to feeling young again, Jovance's services are centered on restoring the mind, body and appearance. Vallejo Ca.
http://www.jovance.com/

Kalee Valley Hairstylist ...
Licensed Hairstylist in Santa Clarita Valley area. (Mobile) Specialties Total Black Haircare.
http://www.kaleethestylist.com

Lattitudes The Salon ...
Inglewood's premiere beauty salon. Our courteous and professional staff has served Inglewood and Los Angeles area women for many years now, with results worth boasting about. Specializing in Black/African American haircare. Lattitudes is located 5 miles south of Hollywood and Beverly Hills In Inglewood a suburb of Los Angeles. You will enjoy being serviced by our professional and courteous styling team.
http://www.lattitudesthesalon.com/

Le Skintique ...
Le Skintique is a full service salon for men and women dedicated to enhancing your inner and outer beauty. Inglewood, California.
http://www.leskintique.com/

Mahogany Hair Revolution ...
A healthy hair care salon in Los Angeles that strives to enhance the inner strength and beauty of each individual by creating gorgeous styles without overprocessing and damaging the hair.
http://www.mahoganyrevolution.com/

Margaret' Hair Salon ...
Margaret' Hair Salon Offers a professional private atmosphere where you can relax while your hair is being styled. Margaret's Hair Gallery is a full service salon for all your beauty needs. My salon serves the Sacramento Elk Grove area.
http://www.margaretshairsalon.com/

Salon Sol ...
Salon Sol offers you 26 years of knowledge in hair replacement, hair weaving, hair extensions, and hair care. Long Beach Ca.
http://salonsol.net/

StudioBraids ...
Professional Hair Braiding Shop in Oakland.
http://studiobraids.com/

West of Heaven ...
An intimate, cozy hair studio nestled in the Beverlywood area.
http://www.westofheaven.com



Colorado...
Max Salon of Cherry Creek ...
Max Hair Links is a strand-by-strand hair extension method that used tiny, color coated, links for attachment. Denver, CO
http://www.maxhairsalon.com/

Rumors Beauty Salon and Sports Barbershop ...
Rumors is one of the most sought-after salons in Colorado. Servicing clients,from all over the United State and other Countries. Aurora, CO.
http://www.rumorshairsalons.com/

Zainab Hair Braiding ...
We brought hair braiding to Denver Colorado.
http://www.coloradohairbraiding.com/



Connecticut...
Hair's Talent ...
A true passion for hair care, especially African-American hair. Providing Innovative Hair Care to a Diverse Clientele since 1985. Branford, CT.
http://www.hairstalent.com/

Oumi's Place ...
Hair Braiding Haven, Welcome to Oumi's Place. New Haven CT.
http://www.hairbraidinghaven.com/

Patricia's Famous Hair Extentions Salon ...
Famous Hair Extensions Salon offering over 31 Different Hair Extension Types, including Great Lengths Hair Extensions, Custom Lace Front Wigs, Full Lace Wigs or Partial Lace Wigs , Dream Catchers Hair Extensions, Custom Sequence, Hair Fusion, SoCap, Wigs, HairLocs, in NY ,NYC ,NJ ,CT.
http://www.nychairsalon.com



Delaware...
UNI Haircare at Mirror Image ...
UnI Hair Care featuring designs by Syreeta is located at Mirror Image in Wilmington, DE. Syreeta offers services for men, women, and children. Haircuts, coloring, perms, relaxers, extensions, braids, body waves, hair weaves, fusion, and many other services.
http://www.unihaircare.com



District of Columbia...
Braids & Styles Unlimited >...
Contact our hair salon for the finest braids, hair extensions, dreadlocks, cornrows, and micro braids in Washington, DC.
http://www.braidsunlimited.net

Diversity Studio ...
A salon that reflects the circle Of life.
http://diversitystudios.com

Elle Braiding Salon ...
Hair braiding salon specializing in stylish locks, hair braiding salon & twists, pixies, weaves, microbraids, corn rows, lacing and more to give you an exciting new look for your hair.
http://www.ellebraidingsalon.com/

Grafitti Hair Salon ...
Grafitti Hair Salon niched as an upscale salon, quickly grew into an area attraction, thanks to the eclectic artwork that graced its walls. This feature, coupled with excellent service and some of the best hair and makeup artists in the Washington D.C. metro area.
http://www.grafittihair.com/

INARI Salon & Spa ...
INARI Salon & Spa offers hair extensions, weaves, and relaxer service at its downtown Washington, DC location.
http://inarisalon.com/

Natural-Shapes ...
Natural-Shapes offers total body wellness services from hair to toe! Washington, D.C.
http://www.natural-shapes.com/

Urban Nature Styles Natural Hair Care Salon ...
Urban Nature Styles Natural Hair Care Salon - Washington DC starting locs, dreadlocs, twists and gel twists.
http://www.urbannaturestyles.com/



Florida...
African American Makeup Artist in Miami Florida ...
On location hair styling and makeup artistry. Red Carpet results and nothing less. Airbrush makeup, eyelashes & hair extensions are amoung the many services offered. The proof is in our work call today!
http://www.alluringfaces.com/

All Dolled Up Salons and Systems ...
This site was built to provide quality products and consulting advice for those looking for real solutions not gimmicks.Sunrise, FL.
http://www.adushop.com/

A Nu Twist ...
Gainesville, Florida Premire Multicultural Salon.
http://www.anutwist.com/

A Woman's Worth Hair Studio ...
We provide relaxer services, press, wraps, roller sets, deep treatments, weaves, and much more. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.awomansworthhairstudio.com/

Beautiful People LLC ...
Located in Tampa, FL, 2 blocks east of Busch Garden's in Busch Plaza Shopping Center. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.thebeautypeople.com/

Designz Unlimited ...
Whether you need a relaxer, hair cut or a quick brow wax, you'll find it and more here. I have the ability to do various ethnic groups as well. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.designz-unlimited.com/

Glow Salon and Day Spa ...
Glow is a minority and woman-owned, independently operated salon that has been serving the South Florida community for years. Our salon professionals hail from throughout the Caribbean and Latin America and speak English, Spanish and Creole.
http://www.glowsalonmiami.com/

Hair Expression of Carrollwood ...
Specializing in Ethnic, Latin, and African-American Hair Care. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.hairexpressionofcarrollwood.com/

Mandisa Ngozi Art & Braiding Gallery ...
Mandisa Ngozi Art & Braiding Gallery. Tallahassee Fl.
http://www.mandisa-ngozi.com/

Roma Day Spa and Salon ...
Stylist: Sharece. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.hairyouphoria.com/

Shear Essence Salon ...
Multi-Cultural Hair Extension Salon Specializing In Hair Fusion, Sew-Ins, Micros & More. A Beauty Salon and Braid Shop Located In Jacksonville, Florida .
http://www.shearessencesalon.com/

Styles by Kenya ...
Kenya Lacey, Professional Hairstylist. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.stylesbykenya.com/

Virtuous Beauty Hair Studio ...
The Premiere Salon for The Virtuous Woman. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.myvirtuousbeauty.com/

Whippin Stylz ...
Whippin Stylz is a company that specializes in providing high quality, affordable health and beauty services. We strive to provide the community with comfortable, and convenient services to fit the needs of our growing client base. Tampa, Florida.
http://www.whippinstylz.com/























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