At only 26-years-old, entrepreneur Yanga Qithi is taking the beauty industry by storm with her burgeoning empire, Qutie Hair.
Qithi always dreamed of opening a beauty salon. Whenever she’d go to get her hair and nails done, Qithi would find a long of list of things she and other clients did not like.
One day, she decided to open a salon of her own, and had plenty of innovative and successful ideas.
Her hair salon also does nails, massages, make-up, lashes and anything you’d need for an luxurious break from your daily routine, Briefly.co.za found.
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Qithi Hair prides itself on making its customers happy, said Qithi in an interview with Youth Village. She believes that making every person who walks into her salon feel special and appreciated, while offering them a quality service.
The journey has not always been an easy one and Qithi overcame many challenges. She says as a young black woman in business, she is often not taken seriously. She added that renting property in Pretoria was difficult as a black woman.
Now she hopes to empower women by helping them find their independence.
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