- What does the hand in your logo symbolize?
- What is one reason you’ve kept going this far since starting your business?
- Since you’ve started your own business, what are a few of the most important things that you’ve learned?
- What has this business helped you realize is possible?
- Where do you get your products from?
- What products should I buy to get waves?
- What products do you recommend for dry scalp, dandruff, and alopecia?
- What products do you recommend when you’re just starting out with waves?
- What is most important when it comes to getting waves?
- How many times a week should I be washing?
What does the hand in your logo symbolize?
“As a whole, the hand in my logo is symbolic of the lessons and values I’ve come to realize. Each individual finger represents a quality of strength or lament. Together they tell a story that I hope will resonate with others and encourage them to take life into their own hands.”
Pinky: Nonexistent because it represents being born with a disadvantage.
Ring and Middle finger intertwined: Represents unity, support, and togetherness; which are things we need in order to grow and elevate.
Pointer finger: Which represents direction. Something that you need to be intentional about because otherwise you’ll be manipulated into doing things or living a life that you didn’t choose for yourself.
Thumb: This represents what sets us apart but also helps us fully grasp and bring things together. Just like the concepts above, that will help create the life in which we want to live.
What is one reason you’ve kept going this far since starting your business?
I am motivated by the liberation of future generations from self-imposed or societal limitations. Growing up in my community, freedom and validation were largely found through sports, music, drugs, or entertainment. Entrepreneurship is another means of lifting the veil and implementing a different way to create wealth, removing limitations, and expanding the possibilities.
Since you’ve started your own business, what are a few of the most important things that you’ve learned?
Some of the most important things that I’ve learned during this journey have been:
• Just get started, you can perfect things later.
• Consistency is key.
• Do the simple things right.
What has this business helped you realize is possible?
This journey has helped me realize that anything is possible when you are passionate about what you do, consistent with what you do, and not just in it for the money!
Where do you get your products from?
I make all of my products myself, from scratch based on the things that our hair needs! I love the fact that I can explain to customers what certain ingredients do and what's being used on their hair and body.
What products should I buy to get waves?
- It’s imperative to understand that products don’t get you waves. Consistency is key, there are no shortcuts.
- Products are used to make hair healthier and more manageable. Which will make your journey a lot easier. I would recommend one of our 2waveyy Bundles!
- Brushing is King! You get out what you put in! Quality products will aid in making the process a bit easier of course.
What products do you recommend for dry scalp, dandruff, and alopecia?
2waveyy “Magic Butter” is an all-natural moisturizer that contains ingredients that will actually permeate your scalp and keep your hair moisturized. This product is also light and efficient.
What products do you recommend when you’re just starting out with waves?
I would recommend the following to start:
4. Quality brush
What is most important when it comes to getting waves?
Brushing! Nothing comes before brushing!
How many times a week should I be washing?
Once a week is good, but twice a week is what you should be shooting for but that’s for when your hair is at 2 1/2 inches or higher.