About Us

Who Is The Kenyatta Nicole

Beaming blonde bombshell, Kenyatta Nicole, was born in Chicago, Illinois and raised in the St. Paul, Minnesota. She ultimately relocated to Georgia in 2008 – and we’re thrilled that she gave up the snow & the Honeycrisp Apple for the juicy Georgia peach! 

As a child Kenyatta always showed a passion for the beauty industry –

cutting and styling hair for friends and family, spending her allowance on mannequin heads and spending her free time visiting local salons to watch local stylists in action.   

Kenyatta turned her childhood love and devotion for beauty - into a career when she pursued studies – and ultimately secured a Master’s Cosmetologist Degree from Empire Beauty School (Kennesaw, GA).

From quick & casual salons like SuperCuts™, where she gained a love for cut & color, to Emanuel Cuts & Salon where she further honed her skills - Kenyatta has a passion for giving back. She firmly believes that sharing gifts and talents with others can be more valuable than donating money.  In keeping with that belief, she provides services / volunteers with the WOW® Conference and Saving Our Daughters™ annual Glam Day.  Kenyatta also provides volunteer services at several local teen homeless shelters and senior living centers.

Kenyatta always keeps up with the latest trends and styles – without sacrificing the health of your hair.  Her motto is, "You have to be healthy from the inside out!”  Kenyatta understands that a client’s health greatly impacts EVERYTHING about you, the client – so your hair, skin & nail health can show signs of stress or disease before you realize it.  

She specializes in natural hair care and styling.  Client education is also key for Kenyatta.  She pledges that – as a client – when you leave the salon, you will leave with extensive knowledge about all products used on your hair during your visit, helpful tips for at-home hair-maintenance and aftercare – but – she guarantees that you’ll also leave looking and feeling more beautiful than when you walked in.

When Kenyatta isn’t at the salon – or volunteering, you’ll find her watching movies, hanging out with her husband and three boys.