International Women’s Day commemorates the struggle for women’s Rights around the world. With the hashtag #beboldforchange as their slogan, I could not help but instantly think of my hairstylist Rose Mazuru Mazulu who represents a strong independent female in all respects.
She has built a business on her own from the ground up with just her daughter and sister by her side after a failed marriage found her alone in the UK and struggling to make ends meet. Her business was soon flourishing and now Rose’Salon is a place to come and linger with a cup of tea. Do be sure to book a good chunk of our day with her as bubbly, funny personality will make you want to stay by her side for hours. You feel like you are the only one in the room when you are being served by her.
Do be sure to book a good chunk of your day with her because her bubbly, fun personality will make you want to stay by her side for hours. You feel like you are the only one in the room when you are being served by her. Usually you aren’t though, and she is always in demand, but she always makes time for you.
Born in Zimbabwe, she was trained by a very eccentric South African hair stylist, who I am sure she bonded with knowing her own eccentric self, but he taught her some excellent skills and now she is a natural and amazing stylist.
She also specialises in Hair Extensions for all hair types. I find it difficult to stray from Rose as she is the only one who is ever able to execute the styles I pull out of the hat…and I leave her salon with a huuuuuge smile on my face.
Thank you Rose. I celebrate and honour you today because you deserve it.
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