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She's Happy Hair

She's Happy Hair

She's Happy Hair

She's Happy Hair

I’m happy to introduce you to one such woman, who's got such a huge heart, she has to share it with the world. She's happy! She doesn't really want anything in return, but she is happy. And you might be too. Meet your new friend, Happy Hair! "If you want to be happy for this Christmas, just put on Happy Hair. It makes you feel happy just by looking at it." I know that sounds crazy. I am crazy. Just look at it! And then try it. You'll see.

They Should Call Themselves Dream Sellers That’s All They Did

www.glassdoor.com)This was absolutely one of the worst companies i worked for. I was so proud to work for a black owned company only to be sold dreams of growing with the company only to sit back and watch the company grow without me. I put my all into my job and made them more money than they ever made before only to be rewarded with a termination and after majority of my staff quit they tried to block my unemployment claim by saying i was only a temporary employee. I was working 6 or 7 days a week only to receive less than $450 a week after taxes. I received no bonuses or incentives for making the store over $30000 in 1 day. Ive had to deal with theft from an employee and assault from one of their former models. All that and i still had to pay full price for their hair while strippers and ig models came and got as many bundles as they wanted for free. I received no medical benefits and when i asked for more money to accommodate my daily changing job duties i was berated and told if i wanted more i should work harder. Then i was fired for the inside of a drawer being dirty which is ironic due to the fact the store was filthy when i started. (Source:

Humble Beginnings Create Bright Futures

When Marcus Bowers and Warren Broadnax saw a void in their community, they were compelled to do whatever it took to give the community some very much-needed hope. After serving in the military, Broadnax teamed up with fellow veteran Bowers with the idea to sell hair extensions and use the business to make a valiant effort to invest in their community. From that idea, She’s Happy Hair was born and the two entrepreneurs began selling their products in August of 2012.

The businessWhen Marcus Bowers and Warren Broadnax saw a void in their community, they were compelled to do whatever it took to give the community some very much-needed hope. After serving in the military, Broadnax teamed up with fellow veteran Bowers with the idea to sell hair extensions and use the business to make a valiant effort to invest in their community. From that idea, She’s Happy Hair was born and the two entrepreneurs began selling their products in August of 2012. Gained momentum quickly and after a few months of humble beginnings selling hair bundles out of their cars, She’s Happy Hair debuted the first storefront location in Houston on December 15, 2012. Starting at $75, bundles of hair sell for a range of prices based on the hair type and length from 12 inches to 40 inches. She’s Happy Hair specialize in providing Brazilian, Peruvian and Malaysian hair types in styles of body wave, deep wave, loose wave and straight. The business also sells a number of hair products including biotin pills, natural hair oils, and hair gel. Many customers show their continued support by purchasing branded merchandise apparel like tee shirts, hats and sunglasses. (Source: d-mars.com d-mars.com))

 

 

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