‘Hair Are Us’ Founders Helping Other Black Business Women

Khat Brim and Ashley Williams, best friends and the founders of Hair Are Us
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Khat Brim and Ashley Williams, best friends and the founders of Hair Are Us, a successful line of hair extensions that generated $2 million in revenue in just two years, have launched a new curriculum to teach other entrepreneurs everything they need to know about the Black beauty industry.

As entrepreneurs, they themselves went through the frustration of the daily grind, working day-in and day-out struggling to make enough money to live without worry. When they decided to change their lives and start a hair extension business, they faced many challenges at first. However, not scared to take risk, they took the last money to their names, which was a $1,000 each and turned an idea into a million dollar empire.

They went from selling hair out of the trunks of their cars to having several retail locations and a seven figure e-commerce business with products sold globally.

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