Shawon Brown-Gullette is all about the hair growing (or not growing) out of your scalp.
The Patterson Co-Op High School graduate owns Dayton Trichology Hair Loss Control Center and Infinitee Salon.
Gullette helped test and develop a line designed by Cincinnati-based Procter & Gamble for African-Americans.
We caught up with our latest Daytonian of the Week.
I'm a trichologist, a doctor of naturopathic medicine. I focus on hair loss and getting to the root cause of female hair loss.
For women, hair is our crown and glory, and we grow up feeling it’s a major part of our identity. When we lose our hair, it hits us to the core of our femininity. I want to help eradicate hair loss and help women regain their confidence.
My Getting To the Root Cause Of Your Hair Loss Tour. I'll be traveling and educating women on hair loss.
There is so much to do. Daytonians are really friendly, and we have a lot of rich culture and history here.
I love downtown Dayton. I would start off with my favorite cocktail and appetizer at Salar, a stroll through the Oregon District, movies at the Neon, dinner at Delish and end it with live music and dancing at the Taste restaurant.
Far Hills Avenue. I call it “Wine Tasting Lane.” On Saturday, I start at one end of Far Hills and go to the other end enjoying one wine tasting after another, and if you catch a good Saturday you'll have live music and art.
I'm a dancer: Chicago-style stepping and ballroom dancing. I’m usually at Cognacs for the Stress Free Friday event once a month.
My hidden talent I would say is event planning and decorating. I can pull an event together in a blink of an eye.
That we have sooooooo much to do here. It ruffles my feathers when I hear people say that there's nothing to do. I find myself wondering, “what Dayton are they talking about?”
I just started a page on Facebook called Best Visuals and Venues in the Gem City. I will be showcasing establishments through a blog that I visit once a month just to show the city of Dayton there is a lot to do.
Having “chick” parties. I would get a group of women together for a chick party every week if I could. I love empowering and networking with women.
We will see the Dayton that we had in the 1980s. Downtown will be flourishing with businesses again. Sidewalks will be full of people walking around with shopping bags.View full experience