Beauty supply opens on South Main

Published 1:24 pm Tuesday, January 23, 2024

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By Dr. Regina Graham

and Gracie Hauser

Special to the Enterprise

A ribbon cutting was held Dec. 23 at noon for the grand opening of Crystal’s Beauty Supply at 820 S. Main St., Mocksville.

Crystal Webb, owner, cut the ribbon surrounded by family, friend, and customers. She has worked in the cosmetology industry for more than 30 years, and opening her own business is a dream come true.

As a young girl, Crystal watched her mother style hair and began assisting her at age 12. By the time she graduated from North Rowan in 1998, she knew she wanted to pursue certification in the cosmetology field.

Crystal moved to D.C. and stayed with a relative so that she could attend Dudley Beauty School. After graduation, she moved back to North Carolina and started styling hair for customers in her home.

“I enjoy making those with insecurities feel better about themselves.”

After several years of styling hair at her residence, she is opening Crystal’s Beauty Supply, a place where she will style hair as well as sell products. Products include shampoo, conditioner, scalp and hair treatments, oils, items for thinning and frizzing, detanglers, holding sprays, combs and brushes, rollers, bonnets, bows, gels, colors, and other hair products. Additional items include jewelry, incense, perfumes, handbags, and more.

Crystal braids hair, and has experience with knotless and box braids, crochets, and sew-ins. She serves all ethnic groups. Her fiancé, Gregory Butler, will also be working at the business.

Crystal’s mother, Rene Mason, is proud of her daughter’s accomplishment. “I pray that they succeed in everything they step out in faith to do.”

Hours are Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

The most rewarding part, she said, is “making lifelong friends.”

Crystal’s Beauty Supply ia also on Facebook.