Meet Wade Menendez the innovative barber making weaves for bald men (Photos)

Meet Wade Menendez the innovative barber making weaves for bald men (Photos)

- Wade Menendez, a professional barber in Maryland has come out with an idea that is helping many bald people 'restore' their hair

- Wade glues natural and synthetic hair to balding men’s scalps and then styles them into their remaining hair, making the baldness completely 'disappear'

- The 35-year-old innovator now organizes regular classes where he teaches hundreds of hair professionals what it takes to fix the weaves

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A 35-year-old barber from Maryland named Wade Menendez has come out with an invention that is helping scores of men with the issue of baldness.

According to Fashionghana.com, the brilliant innovator started installing the hair weaves for bald men about 4 years ago along with the friend of another hairstylist.

Their move saw massive patronage as many people were trooping in for the hair solutions.

It is reported that Wade has made about half a million dollars from the business that is still growing very fast.

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Wade glues natural and synthetic hair to balding men’s scalps and then styles them into their remaining hair, making the baldness completely 'disappear'.

Looking at the finished results make it completely unbelievable that the clients were bald or that they were even using an artificial solution to the problem.

Wade Menendez's personal barbershop is located in Glen Burnie, Maryland. The invention termed the W Hair Loft, has become a haven for balding black men looking for scalp rejuvenation.

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There appear to be big dreams and plans for the groundbreaking innovation as Wade keeps implementing new ideas for his business.

Apart from just styling the hairs, he has started organizing regular classes, teaching a large team of hair professionals how to do what he does and the do's and don'ts involved.

Reports indicate that over 500 hair professionals have attended his classes with the most recent massively-patronized class happening in October 2019.

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A number of amazing black individuals have lately been in the news for massive feats.

Just recently, YEN.com.gh reported that Shonisani Masutha, a South African lady from Limpopo has become the first-ever black actress to star in a Bollywood series.

According to reports gathered, the young 28-year-old lady auditioned for the series titled Mahek via a Skype interview.

The super-excited lady has spoken in an interview, narrating how the experience has been and what she has learned from the singular feature.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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