REVEREND Sarah Nyathi, who ministers alongside her husband bishop Colin Nyathi at Harvest House International (HHI) Churches, is set to open Orchid Hair Salon on March 2 .
The salon has a modern look. It is painted in black, white and Grey with state-of-the-art equipment.
Speaking to Woza Weekend, Nyathi said the salon would offer outstanding customer service and would be different from all other hair salons in Bulawayo.
“What will distinguish us from other hair salons is the high-level of professionalism and outstanding customer service. It will be rent-a -chair with a difference,” she said.
“The salon will be open to everyone, but I am sure those who are discerning will make it a home. We will supply towels for all stylists and they will have a uniform. We have two points for manicure and pedicure and have a standard shampoo dispenser. We will supply chemicals to stylists so that our clients are not short-changed.
She added: “What will differentiate us is the content shown on our plasma screens. We will show content that exhibits our Christian ethos, but we will not bombard people with the gospel as it is only a salon. On offer we have cosmetics, toiletries and hair products for sale.”
Nyathi is the founder and president of Maximised Lifestyle International, an initiative that offers a holistic ministry to women within HHI and beyond. She has a passion to assist the needy. She has pioneered the Maximised Lifestyle 100 Club, a group of women with a passion to carry acts of service and social responsiblity in the community.
She is the patron of Nust Christian Union Business School. Maximised Lifestyle International chapters have been launched in Mashonaland, Manicaland, Masvingo, the Midlands, Bulawayo, Matabeleland South and North, Botswana, South Africa, South Pacific Asia.