Online reviews. They are often a fantastic tool to help prospective clients and businesses. While the current technological implementation has flaws, most see the availability of customer reviews as beneficial. Alternatively, there’s another option that some might find more personalised or trustworthy. That is, communicating with previous clients directly in an online curly hair group. Not only can that validate sentiments expressed in online reviews, but it also provides an opportunity to gain insights without influence from the business itself.
To that end, Facebook groups and their community pages are often useful tools. One such group, the Curly Hair Kindness Society, is a curly hair group that helps many in their quest to find a curly hairdresser. However, before directing readers to a specific Facebook Group, I have to notify them of any potential conflicts of interest to ensure that any information received is genuine and reliable.
"I am not a member of the Curly Hair Kindness Society. As a result, I have no idea what is posted or discussed. "
Specifically, I am not a member of the Curly Hair Kindness Society. Nor do I belong to or participate in any other Facebook group. As a result, I have no idea what people post or discuss. Ultimately, their curly hair group is a closed private community, so I am unaware of any linked or shared content. Occasionally, people mention that they have read favourable things, but that’s all I know. So, if you’ve read the online reviews and would like some further first-hand perspectives, you are encouraged to join the Curly Hair Kindness Society and engage. Who knows, you may even find photos that clients have voluntarily posted!