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Faye Bailey-Lucas

About Faye
Like most young girls, Faye Bailey-Lucas enjoyed styling hair but by the time the Macon, Georgia native reached the age of 14, she took her childhood pastime more seriously. “I was braiding and pressing hair and I knew that I wanted to eventually open a salon,” she says. The battle was convincing her mother, a teacher, who had 11 other children who were college graduates.
Five years later, her mother won. Bailey enrolled in Mercer University for Business and majored in Business Administration. Nevertheless, the call to do hair was too loud. After her second year at college, Bailey relocated to Florida, studied at Wilford Beauty and got married to Sylvester Bailey. They had two children Michun and Sylvester, Jr. She worked at Southern Belle for five years before opening her first salon, All Dolled Up (ADU) and receiving her Bachelor’s of Cosmetology from Dudley University in North Carolina. Over thirty-five years later, she is the Founder of four multi-cultural salons which partnered with Sylvester Bailey, Jr., Lisette Rojas, and Kernisha Hardy with two locations in South Florida as well as two locations in the Central Florida area.

"Words have power, an immeasurable amount of power. I know this because when I was a child, I would talk about my vivid dreams and powerful visions – so much so that my father told me I would be a prophet. This gift proved its might at the age of 17 when I left home.

Hearing too many words about why I couldn’t be this or why I wouldn’t be that; family and so-called friends wondering if I would ever become something that would make my parents proud; the loud declarations of their nonbelief – the words I constantly heard about myself were a weight that I could not bear. I had to leave what I’d known all my life – my home of Macon, Ga.

This decision was the best I’ve ever made, and it happened because of the words I told myself. Before leaving, I wrote a four-page letter to my parents, affirming myself, my dreams, and my vision for MY future. In that letter, I declared that I would be defining myself and not accepting what everyone else tried to speak over my life. Thirty years later, I’ve realized a blessed life beyond my dream. I’ve not only grown a thriving 40-year-old beauty brand, but I’ve also molded thousands of entrepreneurs and beauty professionals with personal and professional guidance, teaching and inspirational coaching.

I speak from a place of experience, a place of truth, and a place of LOVE. I teach with intuition, experience-based knowledge and honesty. My background in navigating the complex social and economic scene of South Florida to sustain a growing beauty brand has equipped me with an understanding of what it takes to be a force – no matter the place or time. I believe in inspiring with authenticity and love.

My mission is to help others find their light when it’s been otherwise difficult.
It’s my utmost expression of gratitude to speak life and abundance into others."


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