- A beauty salon that was set up under a tree has got netizens reacting massively after photos emerged on social media
- Many who saw the pictures said it is unsafe for anyone to work under a tree especially when it rains
- Others, however, applauded the owner of the 'salon' and wished her the very best, saying she didn't use rain as an excuse
Pictures of a hairdressing salon that was set up under a tree have got many massively reacting on social media.
The picture sighted by Legit.ng on the Facebook page of Nana Tea showed a hair-drying machine connected to a socket that had been mounted on the stem of a tree.
Also on the tree was a TV and a poster with different hairstyles.
Every item needed in a salon was found under the tree.
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A lady who seemed to have an appointment with the hairstylist was also seen in the pictures.
Nana Tea shared the pictures with the caption:
"Under the tree salon. Don't wait till you get it all before starting that business.... Start with what you have..lil by lil u will get there.. Tv for there all..chai."
The post as at the time of this publication has close to 2700 reactions from netizens with 20 shares and 153 comments.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below by Legit.ng.
Nana Amma Nhyira Danquah commented:
"God bless her hustle, I guess if she had used the rains as an excuse, she wouldn't have even started."
Phredha Esi Gyasewaa:
"Almighty see her through..my only problem is wen rain starts to fall she will think abt her TV and the dryer b4 thinking about me and my hair, especially when am in the dryer already."
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From Roland Mensah:
"I remember my auntie used to walk from house to house to dress customers' hair until she got money to open her saloon. Sad death didn't allow her to enjoy the fruit of her labour after the struggle."
Osman Mariam wrote:
"Humble beginnings....Dont wait for the perfect moment, but rather take the moment and make it perfect."
Robert Longman replied:
"God bless every hustler pon street...I remember those days I use to go cut trees and sell to chop bars."
Eunice Biney commented:
"Wow I love this.. wish some of us have the courage to Start up like this somehow."
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