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Juggy talks about today^s styles
by Denise Moultrie
111 North Mernt Mill Road, Does
this address ring a bell? If not, it is
the location of luggv's Hair Design.
Juggv's is where many of the
black UNC students have their hair
cut and styled. Between 84 and 90%
of juggv's clientele is female. In
contrast, seven years ago, only 10%
of luggv's patronage was female
This reversal is a result of changes in
trend and stvles over the vears.
This trend of fall and winter
hairstvles is the neo-bob —a cut for
short and long hair. The style has
"shorter sides which graduate to a
full pompadour from mid-crown to
the frontal area," states Maxx, one
of the designers. Not only have the
trends change, but so has the con
cept of black women's hair. Most
"black women are wearing their hair
relaxed with a good designer cut. In
the past, it (havings one's hair styled)
was just going to the beauty shop
and having your hair curled," says
The curl' has come to be a well
accepted hair stvie by black men
and women. Juggv said, though
"curls aren't as versatile as relaxed
hair, they are very convenient. This
is a reason people like them
However, lots of women get tired of
the same'hairstyle." Therefore, the
question is one of versatility oppos
ing one of convenience
The hair designers at luggy's play
a large part in selecting hairstyles
for their patrons. A hairstyle is
selected for a person after many
questions are answered Juggv said
"we decide according to hair type
and texture along with facial, bone
and body structure." He gives an ex
ample of a short person wearing
long hair. "The long hair makes the
person look even shorter All of
these questions are combined with
what the client desires."
If a designer and a client disagree
on a hair style, "the designer shows
him why a certain hairstyle would or
would not suit him." Ninety-five per
cent of the time people who are con
vinced to our point of view are hap
py with their decision, he said.
Juggv said "you can tell a good
hairstyle by the cut A good, design
ed cut — blowdry — can be worn
with or without curls. Without a
good cut, there is no real styles."
For men, Juggy says the "the
fade-away' is the most popular cut.
It is a style which goes back to the
In selecting a hairdresser, Juggy
advises black women to "select one
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If it’s your hair,
Juggy at work.
who can design and who can be con
sulted outside of the salon. In other
words, someone who can help you
solve problems with your hair —
someone you can call anytime".
Juggy also says that "we keep data
information on all clients — pro
ducts and chemicals used on their
hair. VVe do this to help if the client
runs into problems. Even if you're
not a client, feel free to call, we
answer some questions over the
Juggy said "black people aren't
making their share of the multi-
billion dollar market of black hair
design. For those who don't want to
go to a four year institution, hair
design is a good profession to go iry
Denece, Maxx Donna, Tammy,
Cretchen, Margaret, Vickie and
Juggy are the professionals who are
willing to help you with your hair-
care needs. ■
Dennis Enoch, one of the orofessional
hair designers at Juggy's.
juggy displaying his professional expertise.
Mu Zeta Chapter
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
‘FALL FASHION 83
Friday October 28, 1983
Great Hall. UNC-Chapel Hill
Party Immediately Following