cosmetologists in training
Madam C.J Walker was the first African American to make hair care products. Madam C.J Walkers' real name is Sarah Breedlove. She was born in Delta, Louisiana in 1867 and she died in 1919. Madam C.J Walker was the first black women to be a millionaire. Madam C.J Walker was a washer woman until she made hair care products and a grooming system in 1905. Not only did Madam C.J Walker make her own hair care products she even got thousands of black woman to work for her.
The cosmetology as the industry has blown up in the beginning of 1980 when hairdresses in America have started to request supernatural products of sculpturing. It was the cosmetician the Floor Mitchell and a number of products which it has begun with John Pola Didzhorii in 1980 with what has made his name known each family. They have strategically helped stylists to change modelling of hair in the phenomenon and the reconsidered servicing in the industry. During today's time the company trains students at 60 schools having his name while at Vidal Sassoon all is approximately 30. A floor Mitchell sells products in 70 000 salons is international.