Hi, my name is Kiana and my friends and family call me Ki. I love to cut and style hair I really fell in LOVE with curly hair when I embraced my own curls 11 years ago.
I finally pursued my passion in hair and graduated from Avalon School of Cosmetology in 2018. I understood immediately that a curly education course was the next step for me so in 2019 I became Rezo certified to continue my love for curls.
I am originally from Anchorage, AK and before I moved I looked for a salon that would help me grow as a curly stylist, produced the type of styles and smiles I wanted clients to have, and gave off positive energy and that’s how I found Britteny and Kurlykoils.
Being apart of the Kurlykoils family is an honor and I look forward to encouraging and educating each person that walks through the door to love their Curls as much as I do. See Kiana’s work on Instagram @kurls_rki.
Déja is an up and coming curly expert. She graduated from Aveda Fredrics Institute February 2020. Natural hair has always been a passion of hers so she went the extra mile to get her Cosmetology License. Since then, she has built her book of business, rapidly. Check out her work on Instagram @dejanovuhair.
Hi, my name is Jakiya and I am the receptionist here at Kurlykoils. I have been wearing my natural hair since 2012 and it is great to be working at a place that is dedicated to teaching others how to take care of their curls. The salon is such a clean and welcoming environment and I am glad that I am able to contribute and work with such great stylists!
Greetings! My name is Madison Miller but you can call me Maddie. I am twenty-one years old. I was born and raised in Indianapolis, which makes a true Hoosier!
I grew up around the beauty industry, because all of my family does either hair, nails, makeup, etc. But what sets me apart from my family is my appearance and my own hair. I am multiracial and have struggled with my hair for years. My early years, I was bullied due to being and looking different then the rest of the children I went to school with. So I started getting my hair ironed out for about 13 years of my life. I finally had a switch go off in my head that ironed out hair is not my hair. So, I started the transition to my journey of becoming comfortable and vulnerable with loving me and all that comes with me.
I have a passion for curly hair. That includes the slightest wave to kinkiest coil. Hair is beautiful, it’s what sets everyone apart. It’s everyone’s crown that makes them worthy and unique in their own way. Therefore I feel obligated and great pleasure helping to teach the importance of why hair is so important to each individual.
I’m so beyond grateful to be apart of the KurlyKoils team. In the salon every client, every stylist, everyone in the community, we are a family. All willing and happy to hear each persons struggles and to be there to help, teach, and influence self love starting with the crown on their head.