Black Beauty Takeover
Black Salons: Overbooking and Overcharging
Have our hair salons lost their shine? Host Janice Fredericks-Spell, along with her guests Vernice Samuels and Gabrielle Allen, discuss whether Black salons have lower standards than ever before. With poor professionalism, unlicensed stylists, overbooking, and overcharging on the rise, consumers must do their research in order to protect themselves. They also warn that you get what you pay for. Hook-up pricing may hook you up with undesired results.
Up Next in Season 1
The Korean Takeover
Have you ever wondered how Koreans came to dominate the Black beauty supply business? Host Janice Fredericks-Spell, along with guests Donna Heath-Gonzales and Aurelie Djoumbissie, break down the history of the Korean takeover of an industry that focuses primarily on Black consumers. The ladies di...
Building a Black Beauty Brand
How do Black business owners in the beauty industry turn an idea into a successful brand? Host Janice Fredericks-Spell and her guest, Melody Bockelman, outline the process. Together, they break down how to turn an idea into a product and take that product from inception to Target shelves. Additio...
Social Media’s Impact on the Hair Ind...
Has social media set unrealistic customer expectations for hair stylists and salons? Host Janice Fredericks-Spell and her guests, Vernice Samuels and Gabrielle Allen, discuss how social media has created frustration around service times, color, and customers becoming "professionals." While social...