How many people have we heard talking about them? How many articles and blogs have we read and seen on the Internet about them? And yet, they're still walking our streets with no shame whatsoever.
I’m going to talk and blog about them until I don’t see them anymore.
I know that a 16-year old kid can't afford to pay salon prices to get her hair done. I mean I totally understand if she asks a friend who can sew to help her make her mornings a little easier by slapping a few tracks on her head.
I call this post "Challenged Hair" for many reasons.
Hair is my passion. I enjoy what I do. I know from experience what a bad hair day (or week) can do to a woman's mood and self esteem. I get very grumpy if my locks are not shiny and all in place just the way I like them. We've heard it so many times before, but let's face it -- hair is a woman's glory. Over the years, I've had all kinds of women coming to me with all kinds of hair textures and problems.
My name is Nicole. I’m a hair extensions technician and owner of RubyRuby.
I am originally from Haiti, where I went to school all my life, studied in communications and cosmetology. I also worked as a radio show host for five years and a hairdresser for four, in Port-au-Prince, the capital. I moved to Montréal in 2001, and it's been my home since.
RubyRuby is a home-based business, so my hair products and services are lower compared to a store or at the beauty salon.
TREE BRAIDING TECHNIQUE
This technique can be done with synthetic and human hair. It last 1-2 months.
If you are looking for a protective hairstyle that will also allow you scalp to breath tree braiding is the one to go for.
The technique is also versatile meaning you'll be able to put your on high ponytail.
BEFORE AND AFTER PICTURES.
Before After ( Front)