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Bryant and I are both engineers, and how we formed this business really goes along with how we are different in our areas and personality. Bryant’s whole career has been about business and efficiency, which is something he loves. He loves solving problems. Then, there is me, a free spirit. My whole career has been in development. I love to create. With these differences, it has allowed us to balance each other as we do. I do all research and development and he does all things business. We are able to work well together because we both know our passions and we stick to what we know.
"Bryant and I are both engineers and how we formed this business really goes along with how we are different in our areas and personality."
My life has been centered around me finding that perfect job. Once I graduated from college and got my first corporate job, life was good; I felt as if I had made it. But after a year I left that job and went to another, and another and another. This started to be a pattern in my life. While the people around me had jobs for years on out, I could never keep a job more than a year. I always got bored and wanted something new and better. And while I always thought I could find that perfect job, I knew that it wasn't out there, my job that I really wanted was right in front of me, and that was to be home with my 3 beautiful children.
I started to lose my faith for a minute because 7 years had past and I was still working. My oldest turned 7 December/2013. That is when I really became anxious in being home. I felt as if time was going really fast and I was losing that time with my children. December of 2013 I had no idea that EverButter was about to step up on the scene. How did this happen you may ask?
"I started to lose my faith for a minute because 7 years had past and I was still working. My oldest turned 7 December/2013. That is when I really became anxious in being home."
I would tell you it was in my plan, and that it was divine intervention. It happened back when I was a little girl. I grew up with 5 sisters, and all of them had beautiful heads of hair. One sister in particular had long wavy hair. She used to have me do her hair a lot. That is when my love affair for hair began. From there I started doing hair for friends, family, and sometimes even strangers. I kept abreast on the new products out there and always recommended what products that my friends should use. In college I was known as the hair salon on wheels. I traveled to do people hair, that is how I survived. But once I graduated and started working I soon left my passion. I no longer had time to do what I thought my "hobby" was. Years went by, a lot of them, and then my passion for hair resurrected with the birth of our daughter, only this time it was natural hair that I fell in love with. Her hair brought on a lot of challenges because she suffer from a scalp condition. She has severe dry scalp, and the doctor or hair products was helping the cause. This forced me into researching, and that is when the mixologist came out of me. My first product was a hair butter. I absolutely was tickled pink when I started making this. This brought so much joy and fun into my monotonous life of working. So for 3 years I was mixing up stuff for mere enjoyment and for my daughter. It wasn't until I prayed a prayer. In November I asked God that if he showed me my path that I will walk in it. In December, my sister, the same one who used to make me do her hair when I was young told me to start selling this product I had. I laughed and said nah, I wasn't interested. Well, it was a week before Christmas and I put a picture on Facebook, and it said I am sending a little love to my sisters in Florida. It was some cute little jars that I bought from Michael's and my husband put some cute little labels on them, it was a little pink heart that totally fits my personality. And this one girl ask if I sold it, and from there, is when EverButter became EverButter. January/2014 a week after the new year we launched our site, and from there it has been a whirlwind.
"Years went by, a lot of them and then my passion for hair resurrected with the birth of our daughter, only this time it was natural hair that I fell in love with."
It just so happened that Bryant had already had a business in his name. He already had developed several sites for himself and knew all about license, patents, trademarks; a whole lot of stuff that I would think is boring. But everything that we needed to jump start this business was already done because he already had everything. He is a wiz, so our site was up and our incorporation for the company was coming in the mail. So in essence, I made the product and he made it a company.
"So in essence, I made the product and he made it a company."
We had one product online and after a week I was like, "we need more stuff." When I say that whatever is in you will come out, it really does. I never mixed anything together, but butters and oils. I wasn't even in chemical engineering, I was in electrical. But somehow (God), I started making products with recipes, and they were just coming out of me, and they were actually good. And that is exactly how it happened.
I can say that I am now home with my children as happy as I want to be, and that is a good feeling!
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Customer Service is Key
Don't Be Pushy
Quality Makes the Difference
Always Be Personable
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