Being the Gemini that she is, Enyia had multiple passions that included mathematics.
Her dreams of being the first female coach in the NBA were crushed when she tore her ACL, so she decided to pursue a new found love; hair & fashion. Many years ago she started as an assistant in her childhood salon and completed her apprenticeship under Morgana Freeman. She has since honed her craft by being a Vidal Sassoon trained cutter as well as training with Paul Mitchell, Yosh Toya and Ken Paves. The southern charm and eclectic individuality of the city reeled her in where she opened McCullough Salon Studio, a boutique Atlanta Salon. “Ten years in, I reminisce on the days of growing up in the salon being influence by its individuality, but I said, it’s time for change. In the electric era of Obama, I decided to be that change in the hair industry. I always strive for greatness because mediocrity is not acceptable.
Enyia’s love for beauty, fashion, and style has made her unique designs a cultural movement. Her motto is simple: style less create more. Her long list of clients respect her integrity and love her ability to take risks with cuts, color and shape