I went to Beauty for Ashes Salon and Color bar and fell in LOVE with the atmosphere. Everyone in the place was friendly and I felt ZERO negativity. I enjoyed my experience there and would recommend people of all hair types to check them out. The staff there were willing and eager to learn more about Deaf culture and the importance of transitioning their salon into a Deaf friendly salon.
Kisa Powell, who is also a CODA like myself invited me out to the salon to support her efforts to make Beauty for Ashes Deaf friendly. During my visit to the salon we did a walk through and strategized on different ways to make the salon Deaf friendly.
To my Deaf people, have you ever had a bad experience at a hair salon? Did you not get the hair style that you wanted? Or did you just NOT EVER go and get your hair did?
Well, you won’t ever have to worry about that anymore.
I am excited to announce that Beauty for Ashes is officially a certified Deaf friendly business!
Beauty for ashes offers many services and they can be found here.
If you are interested in growing your business by making it accessible to the Deaf community, click here.