HARDEEVILLE, SC (WTOC) – It has been a long road to success for Takiya La’Shaune.
“I came out of an abusive relationship, found myself homeless and needed to put food on the table. I unknowingly entered the beauty industry just to take care of my young children at the time.
But 11 years later, she’s using her history and industry knowledge to give back home with the opening of Girl Boss Studios.
“Girl Boss Studios was created because, if I can use what I’ve learned and help others get what I’ve learned faster, they don’t have to go through the hard stages I have. crossings, ”said La’Shaune.
The beauty and business cooperative offers both a salon and a business space for aspiring women entrepreneurs.
Something in which Sheree Darien was more than a happy partner.
“We’re boss babes who don’t ask permission. We give ourselves permission to stand up for our truth and do what we do and it’s a small business.
Set these women up with not only the tools of the trade, but also some of the tricks.
“You might be good at hair and other things, but when it comes to running your business legitimately, you have to connect with Sheree, she’s your girl,” Darien said. .
Support women on the shoulders of those who came before them and maybe give them something that no one else has ever given them before, an opportunity.
“If I can do it, anyone can do it. That’s the goal of Girl Boss Studios, is to speak to these women who say, “if only someone would give me a chance.” Well, Girl Boss Studios is here to give women that chance, ”says La’Shaune.
La’Shaune says if all goes well, she hopes to open a Boss Man Studios in the future. For more information, click here.
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