Wanted to make you aware of some of our coupons and free stuff if you are interested in cornrows, tree braids, kinky twists, nubian twists, dreadlocks, comb twists, micro braids, big braids, the list goes on and on. You may call us to inquire about more hairstyles and promotions. Talk to you soon!
We have moved. We are now at 1921 Cedar Bend Drive Ste 160B. The New shop is at the Metric place shopping Center, at the intersection of Metric boulevard and Cedar Bend drive. It is 2 lights away from the Austin community College, Northridge campus.
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We supply most human and synthetic braiding and weaving hair, and it usually included in the cost of our hairstyles. This means more savings for our clients. Before you go to the beauty supply store, stop by at our shop to see what we have or click here to see some of the hair we carry.
Evening appointments are available from 6 pm every day. We understand that some clients can only come in after work, and we want to make room to accommodate those clients. Call us to make your appointment, and we will wait.
Nonye attended a training course in African Hair Care in the month of September. New hairstyles and hair care methods will be introduced shortly. Stay tuned to Nonyehairbraiding for the latest in African Hair Braiding, Twisting and Sew In Weaves. New hairstyle pictures added. Check out gallery section periodically.
Models needed for natural hairstyles. Get FREE Natural hairstyles. Call or email Nonye today if you are interested. Feel free to pass along the information!
Hair braiding is an ancient art - 17. Jan. 2006 - 14:32
Hair braiding is an ancient art, handed down from generation to generation in Africa. The origins of the art form can be traced back to Egypt as far as 3500 BCE. In many West African countries, hair braiding developed into complex patterns signaling one's social status, age group and village affiliation. Certain elaborate hair treatments were reserved for ceremonial occasions such as weddings.