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“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 3

“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 3

May 3, 2021

This is the last episode in the series "What Beauty School Did Not Teach You".  In the episode, I talk about the difference between cosmetologists and natural hair stylists and how they approach hairstyling.  I take us through a quick chemistry lesson that will help you understand how product application, hairstyling, and the rearranging of textures break certain bonds within the hair.

I also share quick tips on how to identify safe products from not-so-safe products that are on the market.  In today's world, natural hair products can contain tons of chemicals that are more harmful to the body that it is good.

If you haven't caught the last two episodes, be sure to go back and listen to the "What Beauty School Did Not Teach You" podcast series.

Check out the episode, leave a comment and subscribe.    

Don't forget to check out my resources below and use the code: Adah for 20% off the Texture on Texture Styling Course.

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 2

“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 2

April 26, 2021

In today's episode, I go over the fundamental natural hairstyles that will get you on the track to becoming a well-rounded stylist and natural hairstylist.  The styles that I cover are the basics and foundation of natural hair styling.

I also discussed how normalizing natural hairstyles is so important. Textured hair is beautiful.  It's Art and being proud of our crown is what we need to embrace more. 

Society has told us long enough that "natural hairstyles are not professional or inappropriate" yet, you see more and more people starting to embrace health and well-being and with that, awareness of our crown is also included.

Don't forget to check out my resources below and use the code: Adah for 20% off the Texture on Texture Styling Course.

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

 

“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 1

“What Beauty School Did Not Teach You” Part 1

April 19, 2021

Hey!  Thanks for tuning in to today's episode.  Many of you know that my passion is natural hair and I love teaching it as much as I love to cultivate it.  As a beauty school owner, cosmetologist, and natural hair stylist I have seen many students enter the real world not adequately prepared to handle textures hair.  

I have made it my mission to step in and fill the gap by providing natural hair education to beauty school students, salon pros, and anyone with the passion to learn more about natural hair care.

Over the next few weeks, I am going to share with you information about natural hair that traditional beauty schools are not teaching.  I will share your education and tips that will help you on your journey as a natural hairstylist.

If you enjoyed this episode, please like, rate, and share the podcast.  It helps more people like you find the podcast and hopefully help them on their journey as well.

Don't forget to check out my resources below and use the code: Adah for 20% off the Texture on Texture Styling Course.

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

What Beauty School Did NOT Teach You Intro

What Beauty School Did NOT Teach You Intro

April 12, 2021

Today's episode is an introduction to "What Beauty School Did Not Teach You" series.  Many of you know that I am co-owner of a beauty school that teaches five different programs and from my experience of working with students for several years, I think I've gained a great understanding of what they should be taught.  

Natural Hair Education is my specialty.  Over the next few weeks, I will share with you important things I feel every beauty school student should know before they graduate.  Many students are paying thousands of dollars and enter the industry ill-prepared.  Natura hair is a growing topic and many schools are still lagging in this area.

Let me help you on your beauty school journey. Grab your beauty school friends, instructors, and school owners and have them tune in to hear "What Beauty School Did NOT Teach You" Series.

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

“Women’s History Month” Living Legend Corinthian Carouthers

“Women’s History Month” Living Legend Corinthian Carouthers

March 29, 2021

Hey, y'all!  Today's guest is a very special one.  It's my mother, "Corinthian Carouthers".

This episode is all about honoring her and her story. For those that don't know, my mother is the founder of Creative Hair School of Cosmetology.  This year, we will celebrate 22 years as a black-owned beauty school.  We offer several programs such as cosmetology, esthetics, manicuring, and natural hair. 

In this episode, my mother shares her journey of becoming a beauty professional and a beauty school ower.  

My mother was born and raised in Chicago, IL, and has always been a fashionista!  She attended beauty school because she realized she was paying tons of money to other stylists and wanted to be able to save money.  Her journey to beauty school opened up new doors that Corinthian did not realize was possible.

Check out the full episode.

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

Women In History

Women In History

March 22, 2021

It's March and I cannot let the month go by without recognizing a few women that have made history in the beauty industry, the natural hair movement, and even in my personal life.

In this episode, I discuss 3 women that you may have heard of (Madam CJ Walker, Annie Pope Malone Turbone, and Cecily Tyson).  The 4th woman I honor is my very own mother, Corinthian Carouthers.

She is the very reason why I am in the beauty industry. She has created a solid foundation for me and I am very blessed and grateful for her.  

All of the women I mentioned above, including my mother, have made history in the beauty industry, by either creating a brand, a product, being a mentor, opening a business, training other women how to be strong, powerful, and proud of who they are.

We must give women their recognition and roses now.  So many women around us are making history and breaking barriers.  Today, while you still have the chance, be sure to uplift a woman that you see that is taking a stand in her industry with her voice, her presence, and/or her belief.

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

Texture Mannequin "Adah"

“Representation Matters” with Latashia Perry

“Representation Matters” with Latashia Perry

March 8, 2021

Latashia Perry is a Wife and mother of 6.  After her oldest daughter was teased in her all-white ballet class about her hair she decided to write Hair Like Mine. A year later she released Skin Like Mine. 4 more books followed all aimed at encouraging self-love and celebrating individuality.

She is also celebrating selling 400k books without any type of agent or marketing team. Hair Like Mine and Skin Like Mine are the number one sellers. The books have been translated into French and Spanish and sell all over the world.

To wrap up the "Representation  Matter" series, Latashia Perry shares real-life stories that lead her to influence her very own children, which, resulting in her writing 6 children's books. Her books are aimed to encourage self-love and celebrating individuality.

In this episode, we discuss how "Hair Like Mine" & "Skin Like Mine" were written based on her daughters that had questions about hair and even skin tone.  We also discuss how what parents do around their children are ways children adopt their own beliefs about themselves.  

Representation matters in the Perry's home.  She and her husband live their lives as an example for their children. 

Check out the full episode to learn about the myths that surround books and diversity as well as the Black Mans View about neo-natural women.  

Connect with Latashia Perry here:

FB- 4KidsLikeMine
IG- 4KidsLikeMine

Website: www.4kidslikemine.com

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

“Representation Matters” with Janay Anderson

“Representation Matters” with Janay Anderson

March 1, 2021

Janay Anderson is an accomplished speaker, bestselling author, natural hair coach, and self-esteem advocate for children. Born in the cozy and quiet town of Port Huron Michigan, Janay grew up wanting a bigger life than what she saw. That opportunity presented itself when her parents divorced, which sent Janay along with her twin sister and her mother to the busy city of Philadelphia at age 9.

Having battled bullying and negative talk from her schoolmates for not being as “cool” for her hair, Janay made a decision to take her negative experiences and turn them into a positive lesson for little girls who experience hate and negativity because of their hair.

As a mother of two daughters, Janay has reinforced positive self-talk in her children by raising them with strong positive self-images. Janay’s positive affirmations began to spread to other little girls and many parents began asking her for a book. It was that encouragement that leads to the bestselling book, “I Love My Curls”.

“I Love My Curls” is Janay Anderson’s love letter to little girls all over the world who get teased or bullied for their natural hair. This book received critical acclaim from several organizations like The Black CEO International and The Kiddie Academy.

Follow Janay on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/ilovemycurlsbook/

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

“Loc Journey Series” w/Jocelyn Renee’

“Loc Journey Series” w/Jocelyn Renee’

February 22, 2021

Today we are completing the Loc Journey series with special guest Jocelyn Renee' from CurlyNuGrowth.com

When it comes to cultivating a healthy set of locs, Jocelyn is your go-to girl. She is a digital loctician offering tips, products and programs to help educate us on our loc process.

In this conversation with Jocelyn we cover her loc journey's, loc brushing, myths around hair coloring, and do's and don't's around products.

Joceyln Renee' known as The Digital Loctician, is a multimedia creator, hair care professional, and the voice behind CurlyNuGrowth.com. With her passion for holistic wellness, she blends her personal experience and professional expertise to educate her community— through her blog, YouTube channel, podcast, salon and academy — on the best practices to cultivate healthy locs. When she's not teaching or working behind the chair, she stays rooted with family & yoga. 

Connect with here:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/curlynugrowth/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz5qGKp1sD0-XtMYUtvC0UQ/videos

Programs: https://nugrowthacademy.com/?utm_medium=instagram&utm_source=linktree&utm_campaign=click+here+for+online+classes

 

Natural Hair Education Resources and Programs

"5 Principles to Understanding & Performing Natural Hair Care Services"

"What Beauty School DID NOT Teach You"

 "Texture on Texture" Styling Course

“Loc Journey Series” w/Antoinette “FAB” Garth

“Loc Journey Series” w/Antoinette “FAB” Garth

February 15, 2021

In this week's episode I speak with Antoinette "FAB" Garth about her loc journey.

Antoinette Garth is a mother of 4 who started her Loc journey in April of 2005. There were so many things that contributed to the transition from being a teen right out of high school to transforming into adulthood and embracing her loc journey. Locs had always intrigued Antoinette, she understood the spiritual connection between herself and locs. She knew that locs would create some self-awareness, self-love, and power within self. Antoinette continued on to have locs until 2015 and decided to loc again in 2016.

Antoinette is on her second set of locs and has grown even more comfortable with her self and locs.  As a mother, African Dance Instructor and Natural Hair Stylist locs fit her lifestyle perfectly.

To connect with Antoinette follow her here: https://www.instagram.com/fabuloushandz/

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