Rachel Dolezal has become a hugely controversial figure after being outed as a white woman in 2015.
Dolezal falsely claimed to be black and later resigned from her position as president of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP.
But since then Dolezal – who changed her name to Nkechi Amare Diallo – has switched gears and is now serving the hair styling needs of black women.
She has shared multiple pictures on her Instagram page showing her skills in braiding, faux locs and weaving.
The 40-year-old – who will star in a Netflix documentary ‘The Rachel Divide’ on April 27 – has posted successful client stories online.
‘Where the magic happens #timetowork #hairchair #morebraidingtoday,’ she said in a post on April 9 showing a salon chair that she uses in what appears to be her living room area.
Dolezal has shared a number of pictures of black women rocking the range of services she provides.
‘I love the braids so much I can’t stop taking pictures. LOL. Thank you,’ one customer says in a text conversation.
Dolezal even got cards made for her clients that come frequently, offering a fifth style for free after getting four done.
‘New punch cards in for my VIP hair clients!! Get one at your next appointment,’ she said in a post debuting the high-end cards on February 9.
Her at home business is doing so well she has even secured a chair at Local Legendz Barbershop in Spokane.
The last several months have been extremely busy for Dolezal.
She came out with a book ‘Ebony Tresses’ in November, which she says is a book about black hair for children.
But news of Dolezal’s Netflix documentary came with backlash.
Many asked the service why they would promote someone who was ‘fraudulent and problematic’.