Inez Doe is the owner and head beauty stylist for UFancii Beauty Bar. She is a native of Detroit, Michigan but relocated to Mississippi to attend Jackson State University, where she studied English Education. After graduating, she decided to go to cosmetology school and get her license. Instead of starting out as someone else’s employee, Inez decided to create and develop her own brand, UFancii. With only a year under her belt, Doe has flipped her five hundred dollar investment and Jackson, Mississippi clientele into a very profitable business and nationwide brand.
“Fancii is an expression when most people feel great about themselves. And it’s not just your beauty or hair, but it’s just a way of life.”
Through her website, Inez works with various charities each month. This month she is working with Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s (formerly known as The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation) Mississippi chapter, The Steel Magnolias. Today she is having a hair exhibit where a portion of the proceeds will be given to The Steel Magnolias. The exhibit will be held at the Mississippi Museum of Art. “Just think of it as a art exhibit, but with hair,” says Doe. Since the theme revolves around breast cancer awareness, be prepared to see a lot of pink! She will acknowledge two breast cancer survivors and a check will be presented to the foundation. As a part of the exhibit, she has reached out to other stylists in the Jackson area to “pay homage,” form a bond and give everyone a chance to shine.
When talking about her accomplishments in such a short amount of time, Inez credits God with everything that she has achieved. To connect with Doe, follow her on Instagram @ufancii and @doegirlnezz. You can also visit her website www.ufancii.com.