Artist Spotlight - Sheryl Hambrick

You know there are some really really dope artists on Instagram and other social media platforms who I feel are SO dope, but sometimes are just off in the Cut chillin’.

This week I would like to highlight Hairstylist and texture expert Sheryl Hambrick!

I love Sheryl and she loves curls! When it comes to curls there is a certain balance you have to have with moisture and protein in the strand and curls flourish with moisture and proper handling. Sheryl knows all about this especially being a DevaCurl Certified Stylist. When I look at Sheryl’s work I see so many happy clients who have finally found a place of satisfaction when working with and embracing their natural curls.

Each curly style produced by Sheryl has so much uniformity. Balance, and shape. It takes time and experience to produce this kind of work on such a consistent bases when working primarily with curly hair. I love watching Sheryl sometimes whenever I have a chance to stop by her suite. You can tell that it’s a definite art to styling the curls just right and to allowing the curls to set in their natural form. Sheryl don’t be playin! Besides loving on your curls you can expect to be welcomed and well taken care of with Sheryl’s beautiful and kind personality.

Sheryl’s services consist of cuts, clarifying, detoxifying and deep conditioning steam treatments.

If you need moisture she knows about it! Sheryl Hambrick is located in West Hollywood, CA and you can check out more of her work on Instagram @idoitforthecurlz.

 

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