Heavenly Creations Hair Salon

by Terry Watson | July 21st, 2016
Stephanie Morrow (Photos by Howard Gaither)

Stephanie Morrow (Photos by Howard Gaither)

Stephanie Morrow of Burlington, North Carolina is a professional hair stylist at Heavenly Creations Hair Salon. Very soft spoken and quiet, most people say that her work ethics are the total opposite. Her ambition to be successful equally matches her desire to satisfy growing client base.

Morrow recently moved to Burlington after spending her up to this point in Yanceyville, N.C. She graduated from Bartlett Yancey High School and then enrolled at Alamance Community College. She received her cosmetologist certificate soon after and her career as a professional hair stylist took off. Her first stop was at Divine Creations where she worked with Angela Parker, someone who she says taught her the business side of hair styling. After working there for nine years, Morrow made her way to Heavenly Creations and continues to learn other aspects about the business from Barbaralene Sellars and Belinda Snipes.

While her main focus may be on healthy hair, she also offers various styling services which include weaving, braids, color, relaxers, cuts, dreadlocks and natural hair and more. Additionally, she offers eyebrow waxing and provides all of her clients with consultation services to ensure that they are fully aware and educated on how to maintain their hair.

Morrow says she receives gratification after seeing her clients smile once her job is complete. “Not everyone can do hair, and often I find myself rescuing my clients from a service improperly performed,” she says. That is one of the reasons why she chose this profession. Another reason why she grinds so hard is to provide her family with a greater opportunity that she had as a child.

Morrow advises anyone who may follow in her footsteps to carefully and patiently decide if hair styling is something that they surely want to do. “Continuing Educational classes are just as important as any other aspect of the business. If you do not learn the new styles and trends, you do not give yourself a fair chance to succeed,” she say.

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