We had the good fortune of connecting with Mahogany Holyfield and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Mahogany, we’d love to hear more about your end-goal, professionally.
To be truthful, there is no end goal. I want my legacy to go on forever. Even after I am gone from this world.

By the end of my career I want to have multiple businesses. I would hope to have a nail school, a nail product company, and some sort of multi beauty classes. Not only am I nail tech but I also offer teeth whitening & tooth gem services. I would want to incorporate those services into classes for others to take.

What should our readers know about your business?
First, I would like to say that I was blessed to have a mother who was already an entrepreneur. She taught me so many things about business at a very young age which helped me create a path to jumpstart my business without fail.

I started my business at the age of 16. I started out selling lashes and waistbeads at different pop-up shops. I was able to learn different methods of marketing and product startups which help my business skyrocket!

I am proud to say that I never let my business die. Sometimes I would get discouraged, but I never walked away. Because I started out selling products at pop-up shops locally, when I started doing nails I already had an audience/following from my product page.

I want the world to know that social media is always changing. Although I have had my business pages for years, I have saw so many changes be made to the platforms that we use. As a business owner who uses social media to make 70% of my income, always look out for the changes that are being made to the platforms. They can make or break your business quickly!

If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
Atlanta is such a lively, thriving city with so many things to do! When I have friends or family that come into town, this is where I take them.

Atlanta Breakfast Club
Boogalou: Brunch
Milk and Honey
Old Lady Gang

Spin on peters st
Jamrock Jamaican Center

Juicy Crab (Camp Creek)
Mary Mac Tea Room
Escobar (weekday)

Club Time!
Gold Room Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I would like to recognize a friend of mine who is no longer here on Earth physically but is still here in all of our hearts: Terrance Oliver.

I would also like to recognize my mother Candace Holyfield who put me on the path of success.

Lastly, I would like to shoutout my 3 siblings, Jorden Holyfield, Aiden Parker, and Brooklyn Randle.

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Image Credits
All wok in photos were done by myself.

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