Co-owner Up Beauty Products, Stylist & owner Kurt & Quanah hair Salon
Keila Womack is currently an educator for The Beauty Cartel that specializes in the one and only to date, organic and patterned hair growth products along with styling aids to assist women and men with thin-fragile hair. Keila is a working cosmetologist in her family-owned hair studio, Kurt And Quanna Salon. Keila has been doing hair since 2000 on the eastside of Tucson, Arizona. She educates for “White Sands Hair product” based out of Orange Country California, the product has been used on the backstage of “Dancing With The Stars” along with 97% of CBS studios in Hollywood including the hit movie, “Bride Wars”. She has been educating on behalf of the product line since 2007 and continues to educate for the company when requested The company referred Keila Womack to the company InStyler for an interview in 2015 where she interviewed for an infomercial and conquered the role of teaching the company the ins and outs of the chemical breakdown and product knowledge of the product line all the while being featured in one of Intyler’s infomercials.
In addition to her zealous pursuit in the beauty business, Keila is an aspiring artist, poet, and singer/songwriter in Tucson, Az. In 2010 her original song, “So Sweet” won a spot on a compilation album in an online competition. She consistently updates her blog with poetry at http://redcoatewritings.blogspot.com, and sells her original oil paintings 0n beautywithkwomack.myshopify.com. Keila is in continuous pursuit of lyricism through music (http://www.reverbnation.com/keilawomack) and her love for poetry and art.
In 2015 Keila Womack published her own Poetry/Art Book titled Painted Poetry. Her book is a colorful collection of art-infused poems which she considers symbolic art. The Poet pours words of emotion in lines of poetry while bringing the essence of thoughts to life with a visual inspiration of her very own oil paintings.
Ron Reynolds, Managing Partner of the Beauty Cartel LLC
The Beauty Cartel LLC
602 NW Center Street
Kingston, OK 73439
I am a native Arizonan who grew up all up and down the Colorado River. My mother was a stylist and my father owned a construction company. I used to ask my mom if she needed a shampoo boy because it was a lot easier than being in 115-degree heat. I only won that battle half the battle-half-the time. So I can give a great shampoo or pour your concrete slabs for you.
I moved to Phoenix as a teenager and attended high school and college there. I started a career in sales and marketing that led me to being in international franchising and mergers. I spent five years in Europe franchising there.
Upon my return to the states, we began franchising salons and that brought me back to my roots in the salon industry. First, we were distributors and then we became manufacturers focusing on the fine thin, and thinning hair market. We started on a journey in the hair restoration market that has since led to four US patents with four more pending. We feel we the most effective topical hair growth product on the market.
Angela White; Lead educator at MC Salon Services, brand specialist, and member of the design cutting team for J Beverly Hills international.
MC Salon Services
1360 Highland rd.
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37415
With over 25 years of experience behind the chair, Angela has dedicated countless hours to perfecting her craft through continued education in her field. Angela was an educator with The Beauty Cartel for 4 years in Arizona. Her life and her salon business in Phoenix provided her opportunities to expand her knowledge and talents with The Masaki Art of Hair Team & J Beverly Hills Design Cutting Team. She took a risk moving to Chattanooga, Tennessee, to take on the role – Director of Education for MC Salon Services distributorship.
She stands behind being a self-starter with humble beginnings, ridding her toddler on a bicycle in her pursuit of a Cosmetology License. The difference between the outliers in this industry is how bad you really want it. Angela has dedicated a lifetime of energy to this industry in order to learn and grow each step of the way so she can better create beautifully empowered clients. Angela enjoys applying her skills and knowledge to train and coach other stylists to excel in their own creative being through hair artistry. The understanding of stylists supporting stylists was a driving factor towards how her approach could truly make a difference serving the desire for education in Tennessee.
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acupunctureandallergyclinic.com I have received my postgraduate degree in acupuncture and Oriental medicine in 1999.
I have used my understanding and background in Oriental medicine a step further and modernized the way oriental medicine is understood and used.
Unless an individual takes time and personal interest to read on Oriental medicine it is a mystery to many individuals. Understanding the terms and concepts of Oriental medicine is difficult. It is a very different concept than what we have understood and studied in the west. It took me a year and a half of a three-year post-graduate program and many acupuncture treatments to understand and grasp the concept.
When one goes for an acupuncture treatment, the pulse is taken after which the organs to be supported or identified. Acupuncture needles and herbs are then used on weekly basis to stimulate organ function and to bring the body into balance and eliminate the symptoms of discomfort and illness.
On average 5 to 10 weekly treatments are important to reach the goal. This is very time consuming and many people have a needle phobia.
In 1958 A German doctor, Dr. Voll, came up with a system that measured the frequency output from each organ. He used the machine instead of taking the pulse to access how each organ is functioning.
In the 1970s here in the United States a computer program was developed to build on Dr. Voll’s system of analysis. The method, Electro-Acupuncture by Voll (EAV) was renamed Electro-Dermal Screening (EDS).
Now Clients had the option of visiting every 4 to 6 weeks versus weekly appointments. Since no needles were involved it is a friendlier system to use with the general public as well as children.
In summary, it is a computerized analysis of the energy/frequencies of organs measured through the acupuncture meridians on the body. A flat probe is used on fingers and toes to obtain readings from each meridian which is the highway to each Organ.
Acupuncture meridians are pathways to organs in oriental medicine as is the nervous system is to allopathic medicine.
Before illness occurs in the body, organs read out of range and below 100% for a number of years. During an appointment, our goal is to find out which organs are out of balance and use appropriate homeopathy and herbs to stimulate their function through cellular nourishment and detoxification.
That brings the organs back to the optimum frequency level. This translates to health and resolution of symptoms and complaints presented during an appointment. Through this method, health is restored to the body.
We measure energetics of the following organs at each appointment. Spleen/pancreas, gallbladder, kidney, bladder, liver, lungs, lymphatic system (not limited to ear, nose, and throat) pituitary gland, adrenals, thyroid & parathyroid, central nervous system, small intestine, large intestine, environmental and food allergies, vitamin and mineral absorption, prostate, uterus, breast tissue, ovaries. We look at fungal viral bacteria and parasites’ load in the body’s wellness.
On the average 3-4 appointments, six weeks apart are needed, during which homeopathic and herbs will be taken to bring balance to the body.
This in turn eliminates /improves symptoms of illness/ imbalance in the body. We add in acupuncture to work with pain, injuries, and to provide additional supports in between computerized analysis when progress and recovery is slow.