Back in 2012, I began my blogging journey. I was on the front lines in the Beauty industry. Everyday I spoke with women about their hair woes, how they didn’t like their hair, or weren’t sure how to use the hair products that were spilling out of their vanity. I began blogging about hair, hair products and product how to’s. Sooner rather than later I found myself writing about more than just hair, for I found most of the issues women were having with their hair, weren’t about their hair. There was always something else going on behind the scenes. It is easier to blame our bad hair day(s) for our frustration than to admit to ourselves what is really going on. I found that we all have one commonality. Everyone wants to like their life and their reflection, and we all at some point or another, feel our lives and ourselves are not meeting the mark. I have also been the woman who was not sure of herself or her looks. I want to help people become more comfortable with themselves and like their reflection in the mirror.
I am here to be the voice of the woman who has locked herself in the bathroom who hates her hair, the Mother who feels like a failure because she just can’t handle another question from her children, or the wife who feels she has become the chief cook and bottle washer. I am also here to be a voice for the women who work.
Being a Retail Consultant with over 20 years of customer service under my belt, I bring a different perspective. I have been the consumer, the buyer and the seller so I can understand where almost anyone is coming from, be it a disappointed consumer, a frustrated manager because the wrong shipment arrived or the Business owner, afraid to sell product because “what if people won’t buy it”. I have found, in my 20 years of customer service/retail experience, honesty is the best policy. Educate your customer of the value of your products, not the cost, the value.