Tammy relocated to Houston in 1995. She started her life in Houston as a single mother on welfare. But for Tammy, failure was not an option. Getting a full time salaried job with benefits for her and her son would have been easy, but Tammy had other plans. She decided to forgo a salaried position and only took temporary assignments in accounting to pay for her true passion, booth renal to work in a hair salon. She would work a full day at the office so that she could do her real passion on evenings and weekends. Her hard work paid off. In 2000, just 5 years after arriving in Houston and 7 months pregnant, Tammy opened her very own hair salon. When asked how she did it, Tammy said she comes up with solutions, not excuses.
Tammy offers superior customized hair care service. She specializes in soft healthy natural hair care, virgin relaxers, keratin protein straightening treatments, short haircuts and hairstyles, hair coloring and hair braiding. She also specialize in dealing with over processed and under processed hair caused by improper application of relaxers and/or other chemical treatment. Tammy has been a successful hairstylist for 17 years because of the attention she gives to clients and their concerns about their hair. Tammy decided to continue to launch her new hair salon website despite the unexpected and sudden change in her location due to the City of Houston forcing her out. And although the City of Houston’s forcing of this single mother and small business owner out of her salon on Scott Street in Houston nearly devastated her financially, she vows to get her salon open again. When asked how she remains so focused, she says she doesn’t concentrate on the problems, she concentrates on solutions.
For more information about this business visit http://www.trendzbytammy.com
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