Montgomery music artist Justice B opens hair salon – Montgomery Advertiser

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Grand opening for Justice B Magnificence is Sunday at 120 Mendel Parkway; Her nice grandmother Dorothy Posey was a hair establishment in downtown Montgomery

By the point she was 22 final 12 months, Justice Bush (recognized on stage as Justice B.) had already launched three albums and a brand new single, and was recurrently performing reside exhibits.

Although music continues to be in her coronary heart and voice, at 23 her arms have a brand new calling within the  Justice B. Magnificence salon. 

“I simply needed to create a pleasant place for ladies locally to work and folks to come back and revel in themselves,” mentioned Bush, a licensed cosmetologist and artist..

Justice B Magnificence’s grand opening is Sunday from 3-5 p.m. at 120 Mendel Parkway, off Atlanta Freeway. There might be giveaways, meals vans, and DJ Ole Yella. Textual content “I am a winner” 334-224-6319 to register for giveaways.

The brand new salon is a continuation of a household custom in hair and sweetness. 

“My (maternal) nice grandmother, she owned a store in downtown Montgomery for over 50 years,” Bush mentioned. “It was Dorothy Posey’s Magnificence Store.”

The late Dorothy Posey opened her first store within the ’50s. On the time, the value was $1.50 to $1.75 for a shampoo, model and press. Within the ’70s, Posey was the primary Black beautician to be president of the Alabama Cosmetology Affiliation’s Montgomery chapter. By the ’90s, the value of Posey’s hair care rose to $15 and up.

“Once I was little, I all the time appreciated fooling with hair, you already know, the kids within the neighborhood,” Posey instructed the Advertiser in 1992. “I simply appreciated coping with hair.”

 Together with Posey, hair care was additionally a part of Bush’s household by means of her dad’s dad and mom, who owned Could Avenue Fashion Store in Montgomery.

“I feel it is cool to hold out the household legacy and be one other era doing it,” Bush mentioned.

All issues magnificence at Justice B. Magnificence

Bush mentioned she and her group of specialists might be providing pure hair care providers, extensions, tints, facials, eyebrow waxing, eyelash extensions, and different luxurious providers throughout.

“We’re principally a one-stop store for all issues magnificence,” she mentioned.

Together with hair provides, that features gadgets like candles and shirts, plus Justice B. music CDs.

She’s attracting purchasers from Montgomery’s music scene, together with Cassidy and “American Idol” high 10 finalist Girl Ok.

“Girl Ok is definitely my model ambassador for my enterprise,” Bush mentioned. “Me and Girl Ok, we have recognized one another for years.”

She mentioned their objective is to assist folks on the within as nicely by means of “magnificence remedy.” 

“Folks can come and speak to us about no matter they could have happening,” Bush mentioned. “We’ll give recommendation and steerage. You will have a pleasant surroundings to chill out in and be ok with themselves.”

Bush had a mushy opening for purchasers this week, full together with her music taking part in all through the salon. Company will possible hear Bush singing alongside in particular person as nicely. 

“I sing within the store lots,” she mentioned. “I am all the time buzzing and singing. Any of my purchasers can let you know.”

Regular salon hours might be Tuesday by means of Saturday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

For extra info, go to justicebbeauty.com and observe the salon on Fb @justicebbeauty.

“I simply actually wish to make folks be ok with themselves,” Justice mentioned. 

Extra music forward

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Although the salon’s been taking on numerous time, extra Justice B music is coming quickly.

“I sort of shifted my priorities in order that I may get one objective achieved at a time,” Bush mentioned. 

Her newest launch from earlier this 12 months is the one “Move,” out there on most digital platforms. 

An upcoming music challenge is within the works, however there is no launch date but. 

Search for her reside on stage once more quickly. As soon as the store is formally open, she’ll begin reserving exhibits once more.

“I am not stopping at music ever,” she mentioned. 

Contact Montgomery Advertiser reporter Shannon Heupel at sheupel@gannett.com.

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