Hey new Hair Nieces! Welcome to our little corner of this podcast world where facts are favored over opinions and food goes in our bellies.
We are Aeleise (pink hair) and Aishia (blonde hair), founders of Black Girl Curls, licensed practicing natural hair stylists, brand agnostic curl educators, moms to tiny humans, upsetters of the Internet, and just your overall snarky aunties who really know our 'ish.
Curls Disrupted was started because mainstream beauty outlets weren’t teaching relevant or accurate to the women that look just like us. Women who spend thousands of dollars yearly and still unsatisfied with their natural texture and the services and products marketed to them.
We just want to give DOPE A** hair to natural hair wearers and set a quality standard for professional curl services and service providers. Join us as we disrupt the curl paradigm.
To learn more about us go to:
Licensed Professionals http://www.cutitkinky.com
The New School pt. 3
Join us as we sit down with Black Girl Curls/Cut It Kinky's own coordinator Andra aka HairCousin as we chat her journey to and through cosmetology school.
The New School pt. 2
From Black CurlMagic Digital Salon member to licensed cosmetologist and Cut It Kinky Mastermind member in less than a year. Shakera aka The Cuse Curlfriend chats exponentially leveling up her new beauty career.
The New School pt. 1
In this episode we sit down with Cut It Kinky Assistant Stylist Asia Walker to chart her short journey from from being Aeleise's new client in 2015 to being a premier curl artist in Southern California in 2020.
The rules have changed.
The Scramble For Texture Education
All ofa sudden everybody is a texture expert. Join us as we discuss what is really happening in the beauty industry in 2020
The Hustle Is Dead
Everybody is trying to hustle but what aboutyoukr business. Are you hustling or are you scaling?
But what is scaling? Scaling a business means setting the stage to enable and support growth in your company. It means having the ability to grow without being hampered. It requires planning, some funding and the right systems, staff, processes, technology and partners.
Hustling is over. We can't outwork Rona.
The Texture Ghetto
Where the beauty industry attempts to segregate and category black stylists
It’s insulting to our talent and a lazy attempt at diversity.
Black stylists are cutting specialists, color geniuses, curl artists, natural hair gurus, chemical +thermal rearranging experts, pioneering educators, and far more than token representation.
The beauty industry is currently being pushed into a place that is long overdue. The industry as a whole has a responsibility to recognize the full depth and breadth of the talent + contributions of black stylists.
Pay black educators
Pay texture educators
Travel for texture education
Prioritize texture education
I’m currently in cosmetology school & I agree with everything you ladies said. I’m one of the ones that have to take evening classes & now, Covid making it harder. You ladies keep doing what you are doing because y’all are making a difference for the professionals & consumers. I’m looking forward to attending your classes.
The only Original Hair aunties
Breaking the myths about natural hair care. Creating a better curly hair experience. Breaking the traumatic cycle of black hair . Yes the one and only black curl magic .
Everything you all said in your episode about 4c is 100% true. I used to think soooo negatively about my hair until about a year ago I figured out moisturize my hair through YouTube videos and trial and error. My hair is so healthy and my curls are wonderful! Everybody’s hair is different, for me Shea moisture and As I am products works wonders. I only use three trees four products. Keep it simple ladies!!