Hair Braiders You Should Be Following On Instagram

Hair Braiders You Should Be Following On Instagram

It's not hard to find someone to braid your hair.  A simple google search for african hair braiding will usually point you in the right direction. When you do make that search on google most often times the results will show local companies that provide hair braiding services on Google Maps.  You can then click on any of the local listings to see the company location, business hours, phone number, website, pictures, and most importantly their reviews.  Many people rely on customer reviews before making their purchase decision and this is where things can get a bit tricky.

In many cases, you can't find several pieces of helpful information that should be listed on Google Maps and often leaves several questions left to be answered.  Questions like is are these reviews from real customers or from jealous competitors - "yes, that does happen." Another question is are the pictures we see of current styles like knotless braids, boho locs, or from the early to late 90's. Most often times, people don't update their business information on Google as much or as often as they should, but they update their pictures on social media outlets like Instagram almost regularly.

Now let's get down to the business, shall we. Here is a list of hair braiders that you should be following on Instagram. 

    Name: Location: Services Provided:

    Intellectual Hands

     

    Hawthorne, CA

     

    • Kids Box Braids
    • Kids Lemonade Braids
    • Knotless Braids
    • Crochet Box Braids
    • Extensions
    • Full Weave
    • Butterfly Locs
    • Distressed Locs
    • Jumbo Knotless Braids
    • Ponytails
    • Goddess Box Braids
    • Feed-in Braids
    • Senegalese Twists
    • & More.......

     _braidedbylici

     Dallas Hair Braider

      

     

       Grand Prairie, TX
    • Knotless Braids
    • Stitch Braids
    • Feed-in Braids
    • Kids Braids
    • Men's Braids
    • & More.......

    *** Teaches Classes - Learn How To Braid! *** 

    ginadohair_yep

     

    Fayetteville, GA
  • Kids Box Braids
  • Kids Lemonade Braids
  • Knotless Braids
  • Crochet Box Braids
  • Extensions
  • Full Weave
  • Butterfly Locs
  • Distressed Locs
  • Jumbo Knotless Braids
  • Ponytails
  • Goddess Box Braids
  • Feedin Braids
  • Senegalese Twists
  • & More.......
  • Enny's Hands & Combs

     

    Bolingbrook, IL

     

    • Kids Box Braids
    • Kids Lemonade Braids
    • Knotless Braids
    • Crochet Box Braids
    • Extensions
    • Full Weave
    • Butterfly Locs
    • Distressed Locs
    • Jumbo Knotless Braids
    • Ponytails
    • Goddess Box Braids
    • Feedin Braids
    • Senegalese Twists
    • & More.......

    Beauty Can Braid

    Beauty Can Braid

    Tampa, FL
  • Wig Install
  • Wig Making
  • Faux Locs
  • Passion Twists
  • Crochet Braids
  • & More.......
  • sodayshavu

    So Daysha Vu

     Houston, TX
  • Knotless Braids
  • Box Braids
  • Faux Locs
  • Dread Locs
  • & More.......
  • kersti.pitre

     

    Long Beach, CA
  • Knotless Braids
  • Box Braids
  • Goddess Braids
  • Pop smoke Braids 
  • & More.......
  • damasterbossybraider

    Phoenix, AZ
  • Knotless Box Braids
  • Box Braids
  • Large Box Braids
  • Dreadlocks
  • Kids Braids
  • Crochet Braids 
  • & More.......
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    Hair Braiders and Retail Store Owners, YOU can buy braiding hair online at wholesale price to sell directly to your customers at wholesalebraidinghair.com. 

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    If you would like to be on this list, please contact us and send us the following information:

    1.  Instagram Information - a link to your instagram page so that we can gather more information about you like your location and a list of the services you provide.  If you like we can also provide a link to your website or google maps listing.

    We want you to gain more exposure for your hair braiding business! People are searching for the services you provide and this blog is the perfect place for you to get new customers.

    Thanks for taking the time to read this blog and we hope to hear from you soon.

     

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    How To Start A Hair Braiding Business

    How To Start A Hair Braiding Business

    Braiding Hair is an art, and the styles of braids range from box braids to micro braids to knotless and to cornrows. While it takes great talent and skill to braid hair, to make money from your work as a professional you must follow your state's cosmetology guidelines. Such regulations are in place to educate hair braiders and ensure the safety of consumers. If you're looking to start a hair braiding business, you can do many things to grow your venture into a success.

    Step 1.

    Contact your state's board of cosmetology to see what are the requirements for braiding hair professionally -- requirements vary vastly between states. In some areas you need a cosmetology license, while other states require a specific braiding license.

    Step 2.

    Obtain the business licenses required in your state to start a service business, such as a fictitious name certificate (DBA), Employer Identification Number or state tax identification number. If you plan to sell hair care products to your clients, you may also need retail permits.

    Step 3.

    Lease or buy a space to braid your client's hair. In some areas, you may be allowed to braid hair from home. Another option is to rent a space, often referred to as “booth rental,” at an established salon.

    Step 4.

    Open accounts with the hair care product lines you prefer to use, or a beauty supplier like Wholesale Braiding Hair. Professional discounts typically range between 20 percent and 40 percent off retail price at most places, but you usually need to provide a cosmetology license, business license, and identification to get an account.  You'll find the biggest discounts on your favorite braiding hair at wholesalebraidinghair.com.

    Step 5.

    Build a portfolio of braid styles you're able to do well by taking photos of clients you have worked with. To create your initial portfolio, offer to braid the hair of friends and family for free, or a reduced price.  Then post the photos on your own website, blog, or on social media outlets like Instagram and Facebook, which are both very popular platforms for professional hair braiders.

    Step 6.

    Market your hair braiding business. Offer business cards to each client, open a promotional blog or website, set up social networking accounts, distribute news releases to local media outlets or submit photos of your work to be featured in hair styling and braiding magazines and websites.  Good Luck!
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