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Monday, June 10, 2019

Largest Black-Owned Hair Company Launches New All-Inclusive Service That Changes the Way You Buy and Install Hair

Mayvenn Install pays for your next hair appointment by offering customers the hair of their choice and a service for the price of one (hair, shampoo, condition, braid down, sew-in and style)

Woman receiving Mayvenn Install

Customer receiving a Mayvenn Install from a local hair stylist

Nationwide — Mayvenn is more than a hair company. It’s a movement. Mayvenn Install is the latest development in the company’s dedication to helping hairstylists develop entrepreneurial talents and grow their own businesses, while making beauty accessible and affordable for all.

With the launch of Mayvenn Install, this program allows customers to buy hair directly from the company online. Then, Mayvenn matches customers with a local stylist within their network who will install the hair for free – all for the cost of the hair itself. It is essentially hair + service (shampoo, condition, braid down, sew-in, and style) for the price of one.

After checkout (purchase 3 or more bundles – closures or frontals included), Mayvenn emails a pre-paid voucher to use during the appointment. When a stylist scans it, they get paid instantly. Additionally, Mayvenn recently partnered with QuadPay to give you the option to pay for your orders over time, in 4 interest-free payments. Now, you can slay now and pay later.

To bring this program to life, Mayvenn raised $36 million in funding led by Andreessen Horowitz and Essence Ventures. Other investments came from Serena Williams, Steve Stoute, Andre Iguodala, Jimmy Irvine, Cross Culture Ventures, Trinity Ventures, Impact America, and Core VC.

“Now with Mayvenn Install, customers will be able to buy hair and the installation service for probably 40% less than what they normally would have paid,” says Diishan Imira, CEO and co-founder of Mayvenn. “This not only expands the consumer’s access to high quality, affordable hair, but we are also focusing on helping black entrepreneurs. I am on a mission to empower hairstylists and put the money back into their pockets.”

Currently, there are over 25,000 Mayvenn Certified Stylists in over 250 cities across the USA. On average, Mayvenn Install saves customers between $200-$250 for services and products combined. To date, Mayvenn has paid over $20 million in commission to hairstylists across the country. As a result, some stylists receive an average of 20-40 new clients a month through the Mayvenn Install Matching Program.

Offering quality-guaranteed virgin hair, Mayvenn currently sells bundles, closures, frontals, wigs, clip-ins, and tape-ins. Each product is crafted with the highest industry standards and comes in a variety of textures and colors. The brand also offers free 30-days returns on hair that’s been unaltered, and 30-day exchanges on all hair – even if it’s been worn, cut, or colored.

“We needed a disruptor in the hair extension industry. A way for men and women to easily have access to quality extensions and exceptional service without the unreasonable price tag. With Mayvenn Install, this is now a reality.”

To Book Your Next Mayvenn Install, please visit https://shop.mayvenn.com


About Mayvenn:
Founded by Oakland native Diishan Imira in 2013, Mayvenn has become the industry’s largest Black-owned hair company. From the way we shop to empowering the communities we care about, Mayvenn aims to improve the process of getting your hair done, making quality products affordable for all. They recognize the innate magic that women of color possess – when properly supported, their reach and creativity is unparalleled. To date, Mayvenn has made over $75 million in revenue.


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