Rachel Dolezal Is Making A Living As A Hairstylist In Washington

Rachel Dolezal Is Making A Living As A Hairstylist In Washington

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The former NAACP leader, who claims to be Black but was outed in 2015 as a white woman, operates a hair salon in her home and boasts about her skills via Instagram pictures of her clients’ various styles.

Dolezal, who will star in a Netflix documentary “The Rachel Divide” on April 27, has been doing hair in her home for quite some time and offers an array of services — from weaves, braids, twists, locs and dreads.

“Where the magic happens #timetowork #hairchair #morebraidingtoday,” she said in a post on April 9 showing a salon chair that she uses in what appears to be her living room.

Many of her clients have offered their testimonials to the hair stylings Dolezal provides.

“I love the braids so much I can’t stop taking pictures. LOL. Thank you,” one customer appears to say in a text conversation.

Dolezal even has cards for her ‘VIP Clients’ offering a fifth style for free after getting four done.

“New punch cards in for my VIP hair clients!! Get one at your next appointment,” she said in a post on February 9.

A customer made a collage of the braids that she’s had done by Dolezal.

A post dated January 11 showed that Rachel’s hair skills are worthy enough to secure a chair at Local Legendz Barbershop in Spokane.

She previously dropped the book Ebony Tresses in November, which Rachael says celebrates Black hair.

Would you let Rachael Dolezal do your hair?




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