Kotur Kutz Hair Salon

by Terry Watson | May 7th, 2013
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Kotur Kutz Team (Photos by Howard Gaither)

It is a vision that most stylists share, to own and manage their very own salon. For many, it gives them independence and validates their existence in a profession that is forever changing. Tamica Fuller was fortunate to experience ownership when she opened Kotur Kutz Hair Salon nearly three years ago. All she had was a vision, and all she relied on was her faith in God and an unwillingness to be denied. She had already accomplished a great deal. She had managed and worked in other owners establishments during her 17 years as a stylist. Still there was a feat and desire that she had to satisfy, and the answer was Kotur Kutz.

A native of Greensboro, Fuller graduated from Ragsdale High School before attending Guilford Technical Community College. She later received her professional styling instruction from Dudley’s Advance Training. She says her number one motivator has always been Douglas. “He pushed me to be the leader that I am. He believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself,” says Fuller. Her goal as a stylist is to be creative and give her clients a look they will want to come and get again. For anyone interested in sitting in Fuller’s chair, she encourages you to be on time.
Fuller is a passionate educator, stylist and salon owner that’s committed to raising the standards in the hair industry. She will educate, motivate, and teach new weave techniques, and also share her salon team building and ownership skills. She has published hair styles featured in Hype Hair Magazine, Fabulous, and Universal Salon and also served as a traveling stylist/platform stylist for Harlem 125.

Latonya Cunningham can be described as a seasoned stylist. With over 21 years of experience, she’s inspired by powerful women such as Michelle Obama and Maya Angelou. Styling hair is something she always wanted to do. After graduating from Carolina Beauty College with her professional styling license, her career began. Taking the advice given to her by her instructor, she has continued to polish her styling skills by looking for new and innovative methods for creating spectacular styles. Making individuals look and feel beautiful about themselves is what she loves most about being a stylist.

Regina Mumford offers personality, superior customer service, and takes pride in being a team player at Kotur Kutz. She simply loves styling hair and everything that it encompasses. “The way a client feels and looks after receiving my services, from start to finish is very important to me. I strive to make them happy and it is easier when they look and feel beautiful,” she says. After receiving her professional license in Danville, Va., she has enjoyed a career that has lasted nearly 20 years. She says she was inspired by her mother and grandmother who were both hair stylists. “They really laid some hair in their day and made it shine. I wanted to do that too as I watched them.”

Amber Foster has been styling hair for five years and specializes in quick weaves and sew-ins. What she loves most about styling hair is the transformation experience, seeing her clients come in one way and leave feeling more beautiful and excited about the services she has provided them with. She is a graduate of S&E Neal’s Beauty School in Reidsville, N.C. She is inspired by the entire Kotur Kutz styling team and the pleasant and encouraging work environment it provides. She says her son and mother have impacted her life and career the most and serves as the most important reasons why she strives to be a better stylist today, than she was yesterday.

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