Who Did This?! Weaves Severely Damage Hair | Amazing Hair Transformations

Who Did This?! Weaves Severely Damage Hair | Amazing Hair Transformations

Imagine not wearing your hair for 5, 10, or
15 years because it’s been badly damaged by wigs and weaves. Feel the relief and freedom you will have
when you finally rock your OWN hair that grows out of your OWN scalp for the first time in
a decade. That’s probably how these women feel when
they leave this salon. The Razor Chic of Atlanta Salon ain’t no ordinary
beauty shop. The women go in with badly damaged hair and
balding spots and leave out with amazing hair transformations. The owner Jasmine Collins aka RazorChic is
a stylist located in Atlanta who restores people’s hair. And she is passionate about what she does. On her Instagram @TheOfficialRazorChic, she
inspires others by posting her clients back stories and their before and after pictures. She offers products to help women grow their
edges and balding spots. And she bashes the black hair industry for
misleading and mis-educating people when it comes to wigs and weaves. Quick disclaimer, I don’t think she has a
problem with wigs and weaves but with the unhealthy way it’s being installed like gluing
it to the scalp. Not only is she vocal about the
issues in the black hair community, she is actively doing something about it. As you can see in this post where she says
quote “on a mission to turn around the black hair industry.” I admire that as I am also on a mission, to
help my sisters and brothers heal, grow, and succeed in every area of their life, starting
with their hair. Razor Chic offer online courses where she
teaches her techniques to other stylist who may be interested. And she offers days where stylist can come
in to shadow her. She is definitely doing it big. Just a few days ago her passion got her featured
in the New York Times. Way to Go girl! So even if your hair doesn’t need restoration,
you couldn’t help but follow her because besides being very talented and successful she is
also a Classy Chic Lady. It’s time for this week spotlight on those
beauty gurus who are shinning out there and Today it’s all about TheOfficialRazorChic,
a stylist who is changing lives with her amazing hair transformations. take a look for yourself.


  • Chic LadyT says:

    Disclaimer…I am not against wigs and weaves as I wear them myself. They can make good protective styles but I am against gluing them to the scalp. What do you guys say?

  • natalie Mattoon says:

    Blessed to see how your enrichment work thrives.

  • QueenLaMadrina says:

    Chic is pronounced /SHฤ“k/ (sheek)
    Chick is pronounced /CHik/

    C – h – i – c – k is the proper spelling she's lookin for!
    How can "Razor Chic" develop products when she can't spell ???!!!

  • Norma Bates says:

    You are all beautyful Women โค take care of your natural hair and let it grow. Stop hurting yourself and accept the way you are.

    All women black or white "You are Pretty and Wonderful the way you are!"๐ŸŒนโค๐Ÿ˜˜

  • gerald jackson says:

    Why cant black women be happy with what God gave them. Are you ashamed of who you are, as a black woman ? I am a black women woman 65 years old. I love me the way I am. I do not want to live my life trying to look like someone else. Ladies be your self. No more weaves, false eye lashes, fake finger nails. Take the time to take care of what God gave you and be happy.

  • Beatrice Taylor says:

    Great video

  • MARIE CLAUDE says:

    Wonderful job, she looks beautiful.

  • LaLa Bell-Gardner says:

    O m G aAanta needs to Help..LosAngeles

  • LaLa Bell-Gardner says:

    Look at that COLOR

  • Felicia Kershaw says:

    that is awesome, we need more like you in our salons. great self confidence buster.

  • Mia Meow says:

    Why glue scalp? Couldn't they use braids coming from the back and cross cross it over forehead and install hair onto that braid with hair that blends with texture of real hair ( this being a solution to camouflage receding hairline or greys in the front? Just asking. Also people need to stop braiding hair too tight and should massage scalp often and take supplements.

  • nanette white says:

    I don't think there's anything wrong with weaves or wigs but I think is African American women we have to be very very careful when it comes to our natural hair.

  • Jackie Lee Wei says:

    Yep, the human hair that only black women would rather wear when they can easily grow hair from their scalps, but I guess their human hair isn't of good quality and they are ashamed of their nappy hair because our hair is better quality human hair that grows out of our scalps. No other group of women hates themselves more than the black woman and they hate their skin tone. Blame God for having nappy human hair, we are just grateful to help out you people self-esteem because it's so low and everything. Thank you, black women, for helping our children attend the best Ivy league schools and our million dollar homes and nice cars, while you will always live in the projects and section 8 housing and poor, your weave is more important than your children's education, no wonder they are so ignorant and murderous and violent, and you will always be last place at everything you do. Please continue to support us and we will never support any of your causes.

  • Jackie Lee Wei says:

    low self-esteem.

  • Jackie Lee Wei says:

    Maam, you and Tommy Sotomayor should have a one on one.

  • musa kheary says:

    That is the problem with some sister's they like to go natural my girl only put on wig for work she braids her hair and she doesn't fry her hair

  • Heyhanje S. says:

    It's too painful to watch I even cry๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

  • verna foster says:

    How come straight hair don't have this problem.

  • Savannah Ball says:

    I wear weaves and have experienced nothing of the sorts ….

  • Barry Collins says:

    It is so sad how these weave and wig wearing black women allow someone else to dictate how they should wear their hair. I am a man who hate weaves and wigs with a passion! Better yet, I do not understand why these weave or wig wearing black women would want to walk around with another women hair on their head oppose to being thankful for the hair that THE MOST HIGH YAH has blessed them with in the first place. As you can see, THE MOST HIGH YAH has been taking their hair away from them since they do not care about their own hair. I have no sympathy for them what soever!

  • Josie Calloway says:

    OMG y'all are right

  • John Don says:

    WOOOOW!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Black Woman! UUUUU ROCK๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜ƒ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โœŠโœŠโœŠ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘ŒMay Godโ˜โ˜โ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ Continue to Bless the works of your Hands in Jesus Name ๐Ÿ™ ๐Ÿ™

  • John Don says:

    Many Sisters have been sooooo brainwashed into believing that their natural beauty is ugly while the same Caucasian who pretend that they're hating on us for the color of our skin & all our God Given beauty wanna be US! Ladies, Love your own MIND; wear your own hair, nails, eyelashes, butt! We're so Unique; that's why they hate us Yet Envy us! Rock what God has given to u & stop destroying your natural beauty bcos God is not pleased that you're unappreciative of His handiwork. LUV YOURSELVES Y'ALL๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โœŠโœŠโœŠ

  • Ester Holt says:


  • Katina Hall says:

    She is amazing, what she has done for our BEAUTIFUL BLACK SISTER. I am LOVING IT.

  • Angela Marshall says:

    OmG wat women do to themselves for beauty

  • Abigail Jones says:

    They all deserve it…..stop wearing weaves….but if its going bald by sickness then that's sad….

  • Marie Smith says:

    I dont like nothing false on me nothing at all ..I am naturel ..I love the way god made me I am not beautiful in ppl sight but in the beholder eyes I am perfectly made thnk u jesus

  • Occam's Razor says:

    Oh – that poor sweet little gal. If you were my daughter I be opening a can of whoop-ass on whomever did that! ๐Ÿ˜ 

  • JALO says:

    only idiots glue hair down. there is nothing wrong with the wigs. you just need to protect your real hair and apply your wigs on the right way. with a wig cap and donโ€™t make the glue touch your edges.

  • Cornishfam says:

    I grew my edges back with Chebe within 3 weeks. It works!!!!!

  • Mountain Flower says:

    Feel so bad for us women going through all this craps to make us feel beautiful. Hair damage over a lack of information and missed used of hair. I lost a few of my eye lashes after curiosity of lashes extension. I will never do it again. Now I have to wear fake lashes while waiting on the hair to grow. We must love ourselves and stay natural as possible. I'm sorry that you have to go through this. Jesus created us naturally beautiful. Embrace your true natural beauty!

  • Caleshia Robinson says:

    I subscribed

  • Fakazy T-lam says:

    I'll rather stay with my natural hair.๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

  • Sharralynn Pierce Woolworth says:

    The person who did this should go to jail!! Having said this I also had to say this Is Cultural Appropriation!! Isn't it?…….hmmmm?

  • Marilyn Willett says:

    WHY is Minnie Mouse narrating this?

  • Tiffany Patrick says:

    OMG can I please have the address to her Salon in Atlanta Georgia

  • Jeremiah Johnson says:


  • Skeenit Skeenit says:

    Very sad.

  • Gerald Jelks says:

    dont care dumbest shit ever

  • Sharon Jemmott says:

    I'm in tears for her. Beautiful job.

  • DICK LONG says:

    We have a whole generation of black women who have been wearing weave since they were toddlers. They feel not beautiful without it. Black men can't speak on it because if we do, we hate black women ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚. I don't want a woman who put that shit in their hair. It's the same as trying to use a kidney that doesn't match, your body will reject it until it eventually kills itself. The same with black women who wear weave. This is proof that their hair is rejecting that cadaver fur but they won't listen. That's their fault though, we will just move on.

  • Ms.1111 R says:

    Bless this stylist that gives women hope, bless the client for her courage and to stop believing the lie!

  • Lawrence Mincey says:

    I love females with there natural hair

  • Faith Williams says:

    I like weave and wigs y'all so against it but people have long hair and still wear it my hair long asf and I still were it it's cute to them no he is embarrassed about real hair

  • Faith Williams says:

    Not of the people saying bad things are white matter fact all them are but if you are back before reading all these comments don't if you get mad quick

  • Wanda Torres says:


  • Lydia Johnson says:

    Chic Lady. I live in Chicago. I stumble across your video. I don't wear a weave or wigs. My hair is balding in the back. I would like to learn more about your product. Can you please advise. Lydia Johnson from Chicago

  • Pianomar says:

    Why are black chicks always having super far back hairlines? Just wear a headband to keep it out of ur face and style your natural hair while youre out of the house.

  • Linda Thompson says:

    Black women should start being proud of what they have.

  • SexyMorena20 says:

    Annoying ass voice

  • nokiiee says:

    Black girl hair appreciation!!!

  • Charlene Martin says:


  • S Thunda says:

    This is all due to self-hate of their natural hair. Treat your natural hair with the same attention and careย as the artificial hair.

  • linda ayodele says:

    Wigs are not bad but when installing all you need is a little glue and when removing kindly use oil spray leave it for 5min then pull out your wig they will not be damage on your forehead

  • Darlene O'Hara says:

    I canโ€™t believe how many women are actually shaving the front of their hairlines off in order to wear lace fronts. Insanity. Must be in the glue! Crazy. You

  • Tamekia Mathis says:

    I watch alot of videos but this one hit me hard. I love watching people help out one another.

  • lisa michele says:

    I would rather go to the barbershop and keep it cut short. Due to a chronic illness, chemicals and weave is not a good idea. That stuff is not good for your hair and scalp. No thanks. I'm sticking with my brush cut.

  • Ethan Krause says:

    Immediate subscribe when i saw the quote from john 3:16. <3 sister

  • Latasha Davenport says:

    Yasss beautiful! @4:31๐Ÿ˜

  • CrazyPurpleSwagg says:

    Video starts at 3:17. You're Welcome.

  • NikiN N says:

    Self hate.

  • NikiN N says:


  • NikiN N says:

    This stylist works magic.

  • Rev Laird says:

    this is a crying out Shane there's no way no way that you should be advertising anybody to wear any more wigs when your hair look this severely bad it's time to get a hair transplant and as a cosmetologist myself I would never recommend anybody to get any more weeds with it looking like that this is just so nice. This is bad and it makes our community you know look terrible we are the only community on this planet that would just damage our hair like that stop it this is wrong this is not good๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค“๐Ÿค๐Ÿ˜ถ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคข๐Ÿ˜•๐Ÿค‘โ˜น๏ธ๐Ÿ˜œ

  • Samantha Williams says:

    OMG. You are doing amazing work.

  • Melayshia Rogers says:

    D. Jjw. Emeksk. Rjd d ie. Jdnje

  • Beauty isonlyskindeep says:

    May God continue to bless her and her business. It's sad that a lot of our black sisters are wearing these weaves so much to the point that it is messing their hairlines and scalps up. But we are starting to get back to the basics. Wearing our own hair. That made me cry when that lady saw how beautiful she is or was with her real hair styled.

  • Missie McMissus The Mysterious Light says:

    This why I don't where weave

  • Jacqueline Mc Ghee says:

    My daughter is a hair care stylist she has been taking care of my hair for as long as she been a stylist . I have worn weave an ever other hairs style that's been out but she have never allow me to wear weave for a long amount of time no longer then a month or two never overly braid my hair so sight were it pull out my hair or my edges. she make sure she do hair care to her clients hair so the will not have damage hair or there edges fall out an never grow back you must make sure that your natural hair is well kept up also an somethings you just can't wear…..

  • newmika7 says:

    I have customers that gets mad at me when I tell them I don't do glue I love this โค๏ธ

  • ankra12 says:

    Why do women weave their hair? It looks fake and it cant be good for the scalp. Why dont you embrace your own hair.

  • Tina Watkins says:

    O God how did these women let this happen to there hair

  • tina davis says:

    Looks good

  • Vanessa Reese says:

    I never wore weaves or used glue to hold down my lace frontals, and I even stopped getting relaxers. Iโ€™m proud to show off my natural hair, or braids to protect my hair (hint: I do my own box braids on my own hair) ๐Ÿ™‚

  • nevaquits cover nevaquits says:

    God bless your hands

  • Terry Wickham says:

    This lady's tears, are making mine coming down. Happy for her ;0).

  • Tina Nelson says:

    That's why I waer short cuts too because tracks use pull my hair out and they be acting like it's okay, and you did an Amazing job to her hair I woyld be Happy and Crying too!!!๐Ÿ’ฏ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ‘

  • Ronald Vereen says:


  • Elizabeth Galimore says:

    A 21st century miracle worker!

  • Jessica Rabbit says:

    Ok I damn near started crying looking at this lady's scalp, that hurt me so bad to see her like that…But than I seen how she looked with the transformation, now I'm starting to feel better…. lol Thanks Jazmine .

  • Athena Trelopylos says:

    God Bless you

  • Ashanti Zulu says:

    Society and mainly Hollywood .. yes Iโ€™m blaming Hollywood ๐Ÿ˜ก.. Got our BEAUTIFUL sisters wishing to be Caucasian. Itโ€™s called โ€œreversing the spellโ€ But in the mind ..now you tell me : who has big lips, big butts, long thick or short naturally healthy strong hair. ๐Ÿค”Definitely not a white woman. Their hair is lifeless, limp, weak, frail, and thin . It started out with extension braids and calling it โ€œThe Bo Derickโ€ from a Caucasian model. Had sisters extending their hair. Yet most poor minority groups could not afford the expensive stuff like what Diana Ross had.. and so the cheap hair brought in packs for 3.99 back then at any Chinese hair store cuts the wooly hair like a razor especially if you didnโ€™t have chemicals.. Then it went WILD.. from there.. well at least in my error. Now sisters are damaging their bodies with plastic .. lightning their skin and I say itโ€™s โ€œAll In The Mindโ€ a trick using media, commercials, billboards, t.v to tell lies to your vision, white dolls, to mentally have us from childhood hate who we are. Remember all those doll commercials ๐Ÿค”.. Yet on the low..millions of them and Iโ€™m talking (Caucasians) fly from all over the world to see our culture from the Broadway Play
    โ€œThe Lion Kingโ€ About the glory of Africa they know who we are.. and Wish to be You! Black People go see your roots. โ€œThe Lion Kingโ€ Broadway PLAY not the movie… so they went to Africa where the Diamonds grow and set up gold & diamond mines & stole everything .. from ivory, oil, petroleum, oh letโ€™s not forget the coffee beans. Oh they love that. I really feel bad for these sisters whose hair is becoming damaged because in their minds they may have felt being yourself is Ugly.
    Letโ€™s not forget hair salons where those mean chicks stand above your head KNOWINGly do damage see you with thick heathy hair and month by month their smiling inside seeing you go bald .. knowing a womanโ€™s hair is her beauty! If I was some of these sisters Iโ€™d start taking them to court & snatching their license.
    Sorry for this long story guys but this video really touched me. ๐Ÿ˜”

  • cptteacha1 says:

    That was amazing! Where are you located? I need you to do my hair!

  • Kalima Krishna says:


  • JOHN DOE says:

    Thatโ€™s what self hate gets you. Keep it up

  • aarti sharma says:

    Did anyone else touched her scalp unconsciously?

    Just me ok

  • amanda steuver says:

    Whatt!!! Cash!? That's the first channel I've heard of doing that. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • L L โ€ข says:

    Bruh sometimes I wish I lived I. America cos my hair kinda fell out and tbh itโ€™s taking so long to grown back and I wanna visit that girl in Atalanta

  • Love You Nala says:

    Yes!! She looks so beautiful!! I love that hairstyle and havenโ€™t seen it in a long time. What is this hairstyle called?

  • Jade P says:

    I just use wigs as protective styles til my natural hair is to the length I like

  • Donut Sexual says:

    This is what black women get for not loving themselves itโ€™s sad how often I see this stop wearing horse hair and love yourself

  • lea m says:

    My beautiful black women…..take care of your own hair. We have beautiful hair as any other race.

  • Sandra Baker says:

    I love you guys so much ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคฉ๐Ÿคช

  • Lele Tij says:

    Attention black women: Your NATURAL hair is beautiful!!! Stop ruining it to look a certain way!!!

  • arrh eye says:

    Salutes to the tge hair queen lookfarwart to yr products hitting the market…

  • Quanda Scott says:

    I need to see her

  • NC redbird says:

    She is amazing!!

  • Anthony Robertson says:

    I'm a guy and I've know this since I was a kid. It's damage from hair being pulled tight over long periods of time. That causes the hair to die and stop growing. Just don't put lots of stain on the base of the hair with lots of tugging and pulling. When I saw her hair was in tight braids under that wig, I knew this was not good. If you do corn rows, you need to be careful on how tight it's done, especially along the hair line.

  • Daphne Brooks says:

    Amen you are a true gifted woman of God may he continue to bless you and your business and family in the mighty name of Jesus Amen ๐Ÿ’–

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