Hello Beautiful Mastectomy Boutique specialty store cater to women from the heart. We understand the emotional effects of illness and injury is exacerbated when physical appearance is compromised; therefore, we created a relaxing environment where clients would feel like people rather than patients. We are committed to enriching the lives of women by offering an all-inclusive experience that uplifts and nurtures the spirit. We believe that we can help restore the confidence, self-esteem, and physical appearance of those suffering from or survivors of breast cancer. Our goal is to educate women about overall health and to ignite the beauty within.
I have been a Barber-Stylist for 20 years. As a Barber-Stylist, I specialize in healthy hair. Over the years, I started noticing a trend in hair loss and customers seeking solutions. In an effort to help my customers experiencing hair loss, I enrolled in Toni Love’s Training Center and became a certified Hair Loss Specialist. There I learned about non-surgical hair replacements and cranial prosthesis. I was also introduced to a woman that owned a mastectomy store. I had never heard of anything like that and was very intrigued by it. I continued to research and felt inspired to offer similar services to the women in Arkansas. At the time, the owner of the only store in Little Rock that provided these specialty products was retiring and closing her store. This confirmed I was headed down the right path. I enrolled in a mastectomy fitter training course and fell in love with the idea of helping women experiencing breast cancer. At this moment, Hello Beautiful Mastectomy Boutique was born. My vision was to open a place where I could combine all of my skills and training while providing a much-needed service to the community. My ultimate goal is to provide a one-stop shopping experience.
While attending a mastectomy fitter training course, I got to meet and fit a live model. The model was a two-time cancer survivor with a bilateral mastectomy. She told them her story and how breast cancer affected her. There was also a student in the class that shared a similar fate. As she sat there listening to their testimonies, I knew I wanted a store to encourage and bless women going through cancer. As soon as they heard the name, I wanted them to feel better. I began to brainstorm and had an aha moment. I thought compliments always make a person feel better and every woman loves a compliment. I imagined a customer calling the store and me answering, Hello Beautiful! How may I help you? It felt so genuine that I instantly knew that was it.