Trina…check. Nicki Minaj…check.
And that doesn’t BEgin to unleash the high profile list of clients that Terrence and his team keeps on deck.
Not only is this man serious with the shears and curling irons, he’s also no joke BEhind the desk taking on new business endeavors such as his upcoming 5 City Hair Show Tour (which kicks off in Atlanta on January 23rd), his weave and wig line, and a few other projects that he prefers to keep on the wraps until they fully develop and come to fruition.
We managed to catch up with this cross country stylist, who works in shops in Jersey and Atlanta, while he was setting up shop in ATL shooting his ad campaign for his Weave & Wig Line. As he sat styling what he explained to BE a “lace-front wig” in front of my eyes, it was easy to see the passion that Terrence posses for the craft. He’s a very particular guy that likes things a certain way so that he can provide his client with the satisfaction that they deserve; it helps that Terrance has an awesome team working next to him.
Terrance and his business partner Robert welcomed the BE Team into the shoot as he styled a couple of the ladies that would BE participating in the shoot. As they gave me a two on one about they’re future endeavors in the BEauty Industry, I heard one synonymous theme played out through the interview…giving back. Not only is Terrence a hair veteran, he makes it his duty to pass on the lessons learned from his craft to up and coming designers and BEauty lovers. As I sat and captured my interview, two up and coming stylists got an opportunity to pick Terrence’s brain, asking him any and everything about getting in the business. Terrence wanted to stress the importance of giving back to those that want to learn. He’s BEen privileged to learn under the umbrella of fashion greats like Derek Jae (Real Housewives of Atlanta) and Christian Belenciaga (Monica’s Make-Up Stylist) and is turning down no attempts at passing the torch.
Take a look at our BEhind-the-Scenes footage with Terrence. It quickly BEcomes apparent that his love for the trade is unprecedented and is at the forefront of his thought process. He puts himself into his work, which makes it easy for him to let go and give back.We salute Terrance for not only BEing a bomb stylist, but for taking the time to teach those that share a similar passion. He isn’t threatened by what the next person could bring…he’s simply concerned with bringing the next person.