The Owner

 

 

       Reneé Hall, a native New Yorker, was born and raised in Brooklyn. Her natural hair artistry began as a little girl, styling dolls and sitting out on the stoop and doing the “neighborhoods” hair. As a teenager, she worked with master hair braider, Tulani Kinard. It was under this teaching when she really began to see the gift she was given. She established her first salon, Mo’ Better Braids, which had a clientele based on word of mouth only and would remain open for 10 years. Reneé inspired many as she participated in career days, taught Diane Bailey's natural hair care class at Medgar Evers College, and showcased her talent as a platform artist. She was featured in the book, “One hundred Jobs, A Panorama of Work in the American City. Her first photo shoot landed on the cover of a hair magazine in 1990 working for Tulani Kinard of Tulani's Regal Movement. Her natural hair styles continue to be published in different media. In 2000, Reneé moved to Maryland where she could see God’s divine order.

She opened Essentials Beauty and Barber Day Spa in 2004, which in 4 more years, would become Essentials Beauty Spa, LLC in Laurel, MD. She continued to inspire many by participating in trade shows, speaking at several engagements, and performing as a platform artist. The biggest blessing was in 2010 where she went on a mission trip to South Africa. She did several little girls’ hair; many of which lived in orphanages. She spoke there as well about following your dreams and putting God first. In 2012, a new company Natural Trendzetter, LLC was established in Georgia. It is the umbrella for many projects that she is working on. S.E.P. Salon Empowerment Program which is a salon consulting program to help salons off to a brand new start. One on One Workshops which provide education for stylists looking to expland or to keep their transitioning clients. Renee has won 2014 Natural Hair stylist of the Year and 2018 #achimag Stylists of the year award.

Reneé is known for expeditious speed and is passionate about creativity on the crown. With 23 years in the hair industry, she strives to open doors for many young aspiring entrepreneurs. Renee has a passion to please God for she truly believes in Him, and with that, her success is owed to Him. She is a true testament of faith, a word she has tattooed on her foot – simply because she walks by faith and not by sight.

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                                                         Devinn Williams

                     

 

Originally from Maryland, has always had a passion for Hair and Beauty since she was a little girl.  She embarked on her craft at the tender age of 9 when she taught herself how to braid and cornrow, using family members and friends as her walking canvas.  While working under Renee Hall as a Salon Apprentice at Essentials Beauty Spa, LLC in Maryland, her love for hair grew and she was able

to learn how to be a successful entrepreneur.  Renee Hall opened her eyes up to

endless possibilities within the Natural Hair Industry and business development. 

It was in God’s Plan that they both moved to Atlanta, for different reasons, in the

 

year of 2013.

Devinn has been featured as a model in many editions of the Sophisticate’s Black

Hair magazine and in the infamous Bronner Bros. Hair Show.  She is currently

completing her Master of Cosmetology Program loves to make her clients feel

confident and like family when they sit in her chair.  She believes with proper

guidance and focus she will too be a great asset to the hair care industry.

Motto: What’s for YOU is for you.

                                                                                   

Conqhetta Ellis


Conqhetta “Chedda” Ellis is a natural Georgia peach, born and raised in Atlanta. She grew up watching her mother ,

Latasha Welch-Howard, have a line of ladies on the couch waiting to get the latest braided styles from the basket updo to

micros. Conqhetta learned different techniques and styles at an early age and developed a passion for creating new hairstyles.

It was soon after that she started serving ladies in her church and community. At the age of 14, Conqhetta knew she was

called to be creator of beauty.

Her friends and family describe her as an outgoing, talented stylist, devoted to anything she dives into, a wonderful and

motivating mother of three intelligent kids, and definitely a visionary. Her dream of becoming a licensed Master Cosmetologist became reality after successfully completing the educational program provided by Empire Beauty School in 2020. Soon after Conqhetta was licensed in the state of Georgia. That same year she given an opportunity to work with more amazing stylist

including owner Renee Hall at Natural Trendzetter, where she continues to grow everyday.

Motto: You can do anything you put you mind to and put your hands on.


 

 

 

 

 

Adriunne Scott

 

 

 

 

 

 

Adriunne Scott was born in Atlanta, Ga. Her natural hair journey began when she was in middle school. She used to watch her neighbors do hair on their porch. This is when the fascination began.

Adriunne was also a salon baby growing up. Her aunt always made sure the hair was "done". She would watch the stylists in amazement and became more and more intrigued.

Adriunne first attended Atlanta Technical college to obtain her Master cosmetology license. That came to a pause once she had her first born but never giving up, she is officially a graduate of Empire Beauty 

School,.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Stacey Pierre 

Stacey comes in quiet but don't that fool you. She is very knowledgeable when it comes to her craft. She has an extensive resume in educating and directing. With many years as an educator for the state, her skills are precise. She has experience with all textures and ethnicities. With her Caribbean background, she adds spice to all of her protective styles. 

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