August 13, 2021


by Emily Gruz - Jalya Writer

Although I have been a hairstylist for 11 years now, I recently started my business here in Edmonton a year ago. The community has been so humbling and supportive, Alhamdulillah. My goal is to educate woman about not just beautifying the hair but also to maintain the health and integrity of the hair & scalp. Pretty much like a scalp facial. Clean your scalp & moisturize your hair. - Noaha


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When did you start your business? Was there something/someone who inspired you?

What inspired me to pursue my career in Edmonton was really my dad. I don't want his knowledge and what he taught me to be forgotten. I want to keep teaching woman how to properly wash comb and style their hair. His passion for hair inspired me.

Every time a woman would sit on his chair back home in our small town of Peace River, she would leave feeling and looking amazing.

You see, we walk around carrying our hair with us every where we go. It doesn't matter if you're hijabi or non hijabi, thick hair or very thin hair; it is my obligation as a hairstylist to show and teach woman how to properly groom and take care of the health of their scalp and hair.

Would you say you reached all of your goals since you started or do you have more to achieve?

My ultimate goal is for every single woman that sits in my salon to get the full salon treatment meaning a proper wash, a proper hair cut and a proper blow out. Our scalp is an extension of our face and its something we should not be neglecting.

It's the little things that make all the difference, the old school rules. ;)


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