My name is Nika. I am The Iron Lady. I am a licensed Cosmetologist that specializes in selling flat irons, Natural hair, color, and extensions. I've been doing hair for 7 years. I love trying new hair styles. I have experience in clipper cuts as well I am certified to lace fronts, sew ins, and closure sew ins. I'm very honest. If there is a style you want and it's not the best for your hair, I will let you know. If there is a style you want Me to do and I CAN NOT do it, I will let you know. I love taking care of hair and educating about hair as well. I would be honored to do your hair service. I travel to clients as well. I have alopecia clients that DO NOT like to come to the Salon and I respect it and cater to them. Thanks for your time.
Nika is awesome. She sells amazing flat irons as well. She's so sanitary and clean, she even traveled to Me. So Professional.
1. A very thorough Consultation
2. Establish hair goals
3. Educate about products and tools
4. Talk about the service of choice
Graduated from Minnesota School of Cosmetology
Certified weave technician
Worked in Atlanta doing hair for 6 months
I've also worked at Great Clips, Sport Clips, and Lady and The Lion
Full sew ins $125
Lace frontal sew in $150 - Plucking and bleaching knots is included
Partial Sew in $80
Quick weave $50 Your choice of braided base or molded base
Shampoo, deep cond., ends trim, & flat iron. $40 for shoulder length and above
$50 for hair past your shoulders
$10 end trim only
$15 shampoo and deep condition only
$20 braids for a wig or sew in only
$20 shampoo, scalp treatment, deep cond. Only
$10 Scalp treatment only
Haircut and style $55
Color is priced at consultation
I've been doing hair since I was a kid , about 11 years old. I love hair. I eat, breathe, sleep, and dream hair. It is my passion.
I've worked with all kind of customers. Different colors, shapes, sizes. Different hair disorders like thinning hair, alopecia, greying hair, damaged hair, etc.
A recent event I'm fond of is a pop up shop that I had in a Women's business expo. I was advertising my hair services and selling flat irons.
Make sure you get a well educated pro to take care of. Years of experience always helps as well, but if you get someone who hasn't had years of experience as long as they are honest about what they do and they can educate you, then you should be fine.
Customers should think about what they can realistically afford. Think about if they can keep up with the style and/or cut that they want. Can you afford to get a service that requires maintenance often. Be open minded and ask whatever you want about hair. You should not be nervous about asking a stylist what you want to know.