Charleston, SC native Angie Ravenel is a renowned hair stylist, salon owner, makeup artist, educator, photographer and author. This wife and mother of two is very dedicated to her family and professions:By combining modern technology with the highest standards available, Angie Ravenel inspires people to recognize their talents and beauty. Angie became a licensed stylist in 1992. Angie’s salon, Angie's Hair Studio was established in 1997 in historic Charleston, SC. where she also houses her very own photography studio. Angie has been featured in many national and international publications featuring her hair, makeup and photography talents. Angie’s work has been published in Upscale Magazine, Jewel, Essence, Muscle & Fitness, Native Magazine, Hair Etc., Grace, Black Passion and Sophisticate’s Black Hair Magazine to name a few. Angie has also done still imaging for leading beer and Alcohol distributors. Her talent has guided her to be a salon coordinator and photographer for Passion Beauty Publications. She is responsible for photo shoots for stylist to be published in Black Passion. She also advises Sophisticate’s Black Hair magazine on upcoming hair and makeup trends, and also provides images to be placed in their publication. Angie has been featured on television and radio shows such as Low Country Live, The Tammy Show, Live 5 News, & The Breakfast Club with Tessa & Baby J. She has been featured in the Post & Courier Moxie section. This column features exceptional woman in the Low Country area.Mrs. Ravenel has also photographed the images of Tia Brewer Footman, Roger Guenveur Smith, Renee Syler, and Monica Barnes for various publications. Angie also had the opportunity to photograph several politicians and councilmen.Being an educator has allowed Angie to do motivational speaking at local public schools and cosmetology schools in the Charleston, SC area. Mrs. Ravenel has also traveled with Revlon educating at national trade shows and seminars.Being a Style Editor and Photographer for Native and Living Roots Magazine has allowed her to share her expertise with intrigued readers on fashion and style. Angie Ravenel believes that giving is an essential part of living. She has founded an organization called Project Warm Hands. Project Warm Hands help clothe men, women, and children who are in need with winter gear. Angie distributed more than one hundred coats, socks, mittens, gloves and hats in 2010 to local homeless shelters and orphanages. Mrs. Ravenel has also beautified young girls at a local orphanage with a day of spa services. Best Face Forward Fashion Event was also directed by Angie Ravenel. This annual fashion event helps build self esteem and confidence with school age children.Makeup 101 with Angie Ravenel is Mrs. Ravenel newest venture. This book became available fall of 2011. Her contribution to the book includes writer, photographer, makeup artist and hair stylist. As her quest continues, Ravenel continues to stay focus and challenge herself in future endeavors.changes to the font.
Angie Created Quick Clean Hair Mist in 2015. Quick Clean Hair Mist cleans hair and neutralizes odors while on the go. This innovative mist is all natural, sulfate, paraben, gluten and cruelty free. For men and women with all hair types. Just spray mist, wipe with damp cloth and go. It's that easy. Quick Clean Hair Mist is now available on Walmart.com