When Carrie Corinthos and her friends had the idea to take on the “Dance Queen” hairstyle, they thought they had it all figured out.
But the two-year wait to wear the hair-care products was not an easy one.
“The first thing I asked myself was: What does the hair look like if I wear this?”
“So I started looking at different styles and I came to the conclusion that the best option was to wear this hairstyle.”
Corinthes is one who does not mind the long hair that has grown in her family for the past six decades, but she has a thing for curls.
“I love the way they look,” Corinth said.
“I love that it gives me an option.
It makes it easy to look different than everyone else,” she added.
Corinth is a graduate of Bar-Ilan University.
She said she got her hair cut by her father, who was also her stylist, and the resulting hair has a natural curl.
“My hair always has been curly, so when my dad came home and said, ‘You look really good, you should be wearing this hair,’ I just loved it,” she said.
Coryths is the founder of the Hair Cutting Salon and the Hair-Rinse-and-Go service.
She and her husband, who works in technology, started the business about four years ago and are currently working to expand to a larger market.
“We are not the only salon in the area,” Coryth said.
Her hair is one the main reasons why she decided to give it a try, but not only because it is a hairstyle that has been around for so long.
“If you have curly hair, you will probably want to cut it,” Coriahs said of her hair. “
When I started the salon, I felt like my hair was not as good as my friends,” Coriths said, adding that her hair is “still pretty straight and not really that curly.”
“If you have curly hair, you will probably want to cut it,” Coriahs said of her hair.
“It gives you more control.
When I first started, my hair looked like a mess and I was having problems with my hair being pulled out.
I wanted to have my hair straightened up, but it’s really hard to do.
You can’t just just put the hair in the washing machine and wash it.”
Coriah’s hair is very curly, and she said it was not a natural product for her to have.
“If I had curly hair and I wanted a shampoo, I could just put it in the dishwasher,” Corighs said with a laugh.
She and her colleagues started the service after they had to take out their credit cards to buy hair-cutting supplies for their customers, including some of the biggest names in the industry, including Tony Robbins, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Gates.
“People ask me, ‘Where are you from?’
I am from New York City, so I’m from Brooklyn.
It was a hard decision to do a business that I love, but the customers asked for it and I did it,” said Corinth.
The hair salon is located at 29-26 Broadway, which is in a building on the Upper West Side, between 56th and 57th streets.
Corinths and her team are looking for volunteers to join the Hair Cutting Salon to work from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., which will provide the salon with an opportunity to run their business, as well as help make sure that the salon is up to date on the newest hair products and supplies.
This article was originally published on The Jerusalem Times, an independent Israeli newspaper.