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Also, I’ve been braiding hair since I was 10 years old (I’m 30 now), nnlreiag from older family members with a lot of one-on-one training. I would say I have more than 1700 hours of experience. In addition, braiding or styling hair can be and is often done without the use of chemicals or products that alter hair’s structure. So should I be required to take more classes simply to do something I already know how to do? I am also unaware of any schools or salons in my area (because I’ve asked around and have tried to get my hair done) that teaches or focuses on natural hair. Most salon, even African-American salons don’t often know how to do natural hair, so I do my own hair and teach my friends who are going from chemically treated to natural hair. How can a state regulate something when the curriculum isn’t holistic and and doesn’t require instructors or students to know how to do untreated African-American hair? I would argue that the current curriculum doesn’t focus on (or gives little emphasis to) African-American hair. This of course is my opinion.I think it would be fair to require a certification that focuses on hygiene and health issue same as the food handlers card. However, I think someone is more likely to get sick or ill from improperly prepared food than braided hair. Priorities!!Finally, I just want to say I appreciate this story and the conversation is has fostered. AMS
I am a natural hair stylist originally from Los Angeles Ca with more than a dozen years of natural hair care experience. I have been in Western Washington for two years now and I am still surprised at the lack of ethnic hair care knowledge that exists amongst the local residents. It is definitely sad that the cosmetology schools don’t embrace ethnic “Natural Hair” care instead offering at the bare minimum extension instruction and services that are often mis-installed.
I have been able to secure a pretty large client base in the area due largely to the fact that the service quality, time restraints and priciing that I offer are by far the best around.
If you are new to the Western Washington area and you are looking for an experienced and professional stylist then feel free to browse my website where you will find all the necessary contact information.
I look forward to booking with anyone in need and embarking upon a healthy hair journey with you all.
I am glad you have come up with this site, but please do not ignore black men as we look for great styles ourselves. I am looking for someone who can either do braids or dreds but it is difficult when you live outside of a major city.
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