Miki Wright’s Podcast is a Platform for Black Voices in the Salon Professional Industry

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What purchase during this past year has made you the happiest? Kelly Ehlers and Jeffery Lunnen share their favorite pandemic purchases that they have made. Ehlers and Lunnen discuss what award show etiquette from home should look like, as well as Harry Styles’ Grammy look and Billie Eilish’s new blonde locks. 

In this week’s episode, Miki Wright describes how she got started in the beauty industry. She explains her passion for the business side of the industry and the mentors who helped her along the way. 

As a beauty industry-specific business coach, Wright chats with Jeffery about COVID, retail and how to prepare for the future of your business. 

Miki discusses her podcast, Beauty Superstars, and talks specifically about the spotlight she has been able to shine on black voices through Black Beauty Bosses. She talks about what got the series started and what changes need to be made in the industry starting with understanding. 

“Those are some of the things that make me passionate about the business side of it  because, without clients, we’re working on mannequins.”

“We need to talk about it, you know, we need to talk to the industry about it, and just, you know, be really real.”

“So I pretty much immediately pivoted my platform to be able to provide a safe space for black artists and entrepreneurs to be able to share their stories.”

Listen to the full episode here or wherever you stream. 

Madeline Hickey
Madeline Hickey