Dominican hair salons are growing in popularity throughout the US. One of them is Bouncy Hair Salon - Studio, in Raleigh, NC. Founded in 1985, this local Haircuts studio is owned by Betsaida Clase. A capable and experienced stylist, she will try to explain what makes a dominican hair studio so special.
The majority of people in the Dominican Republic have textured hair. 85% of the population of the country are Black or part Black, mixed with Indigenous Taino people and European Spanish. That is why they have the same kind of hair that African Americans do.
In the USA, everybody is welcome to the Dominican hair salons – white women, black women, Asian, Indian (both kinds), and everyone in between. However, due to the facts mentioned above, they are most popular among African American ladies.
Dominicans Like and Know Their Hair
Dominican women spend a lot of time in hair salons as they like their hair strong, healthy, and beautiful. In their country and wherever they live, the beauty parlor is big part of their culture. The techniques used in Dominican salons have been developed and perfected over the last 500 years. They are based on washing, drying, brushing, and the use of natural products only. Among them are oils of avocado, silk, coconut, cinnamon, maracuya, garlic, rosemary, aloe, wheat germ, and even snail slime. These products keep the hair beautiful and healthy in even the hottest and most humid conditions.
Dominican hairstylists do not use hot combs, hot irons, or chemicals to straighten hair. This results in much better hair health.
The Dominican Hair Studio Experience
A Dominican salon offers more than hairstyles. Sometimes women spend the whole day there, socializing and having fun while their hair needs are being attended. Traditional music such as Bachata, Merengue, and Reggaeton is played, and you are even allowed to have a meal while waiting.
If this sounds good to you and you are in Raleigh, NC, why not drop by Bouncy Hair Salon - Studio for a unique style and experience? For more information, call Betsy at (919) 413-7220.