Braiding Salon Has Been a Community Go-To for 25 Years
It began with two migrant workers from the Ivory Coast who wanted to provide their native hairdressing techniques for customers to have a uniquely integrated experience. The day to day operations is now run by their daughter Kandee but the salon is still run as a family business that involves everyone lending a helping hand. "African braiding honestly is a lifestyle," said manager Kandee. At K&D their mission is to foster a supportive environment that encourages natural curls, braids, twists and most importantly, healthy hair.
02.14.20 | 02:30 | CC