Saint Center Beautyrama

by Terry Watson | February 10th, 2011
Saint Center Beautyrama Team

The Saint Center Beautyrama Team

Nearly 22 years ago, Shirley K. Taylor set her entrepreneurial sights at 2004 -A Randleman Road. Her plan was to establish a professional hair styling business that would add value to its surrounding community and employ ambitious individuals who were eager to make an impression on their chosen profession. The culmination of this plan exists now as St. Center Beautyrama Hair Salon.

A native of Greensboro, Taylor says, “I wanted to be a business owner who would make a difference in the lives of others. It was important for me to have a salon of my own where I could help women become beautiful inside and out.” As she impacted lives on her business front, Taylor remained stern in her role as a pastor’s wife and First Lady of Shiloh Holiness Church of God In Christ, which is lead by Robert Taylor.

By being a business owner, Taylor states she is allowed to delegate certain aspects of the business to others so that she is available to travel with her husband for revivals, conventions and more. “As First lady, I come in contact with ministers wives and women of the church which allows me to network and make business contacts,” she says. Her visibility as First Lady allows her to pose as a walking advertisement for her salon as well.

The staff of St. Center Beautyrama has allowed their talents and skills to compliment the prevailing mission of the salon. Sravon Taylor Wallace, a native of Greensboro and daughter of Taylor says she’s inspired by her mother. While working as a banker she also attended Carolina Beauty College (Empire Beauty School). With well over 19 years of experience, her skill sets are suited to care for clients with natural or relaxed hair. She acknowledges God for giving her the gift and the ability to enjoy a career as a professional hair stylist.

Latonya Lynn-Jacobs is also a Greensboro native and says she stumbled into the hairstyling industry 15 years ago after receiving encouragement from her mother. Jacobs says her mother encouraged her to trust God and be confident in herself to know that she is capable of doing whatever she want to. On staff for 14 years, Jacobs promotes healthy hair and caters to clients with both natural and relaxed hair.

Jade Miller is a Greensboro native and attended Carolina Beauty College. As she follows in the footsteps of her grandmother Shirley and aunt Sravon, she hopes to also enjoy a successful career as a stylist.

Michaela “MeMe” Jones says she was inspired by her grandmother. She has been a licensed professional hair stylist since 2002, after attending Carolina Beauty College and practicing hair care since the young age of 15. She brings diversity to St. Center Beautyrama and provides services for clients with natural and relaxed hair. She says with the Lords help, she is able to help her clients maintain healthy hair.

Clara Washington is a Greensboro native and states that she loves styling hair. After realizing her gift from God, she has successfully engaged in the profession of hairstyling, enjoying her craft for nearly 40 years. With a focus on repairing damaged hair, Washington’s client base includes women, men and children.

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