Tapestry Hair Salon

Tapestry Hair Salon

Well established Beauty Salon and Barber shop in Riverside near Arlington and Magnolia. We offer a Tapestry Hair Salon
Service by Appointment Only
Owner & Stylist Sandra Toles Contact #(951)684-6544
Master Barber Jermaine Ruffin Contact #(951)347-5420

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 09/30/2022

Young people are dealing with mental health issues. This young lady was dealing with mental illness for years until one day she finally had the courage to make a change


Wow thats a haircut https://fb.watch/fBHMdllxKu/

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 09/12/2022

We are all created in his image we are all beautiful as he made us!! I pray that Black women will learn to embrace thier glory. In Jesus name Amen 🙏I’m in support of natural hair, but if others wish to wear others styles, I just wish they would learn to do it in moderation. I don’t know if there has ever been a documentary on the effects of constantly putting weaves, wigs, relaxers in women’s hair along with some side effects of things like birth control and medication.
I feel like this is a huge problem in our community and enough people don’t acknowledge it. For now all we can do is leave it in God's hands
Amen 🙏



This is an interesting story I found!!!

So back in the day Black people had to sit in the back of the bus and if there were not enough seats available then had to wait for next bus or not go. State Board exams for Cosmetologist were always held in Austin, Texas. Well the students at Franklin Beauty were prepared to take their state board exam to become a licensed Cosmetologist in the State of Texas. Since they didn't allow but 1 or 2 black students to purchase tickets for the bus to Austin, Texas my grandfather charted his own bus & took them all. The cool thing is they all passed the exam 34 students.

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 08/07/2022

Randall & Ayesha Cook on your 10 year Anniversary Vow Renewal celebration. Thanks for allowing Tapestry Hair Salon the opportunity to do your hair on this special day ⚘️


Congratulations, Tapestry Hair Salon👏👏👏



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Thank you Lord for everything
you have done for me.
Forgive me for all my sins,
Heal me from the
hurts from my past.
I love you & I need you
to cover me with your
protective shield,
my family,
my friends,
my life projects.
Dear Father, please bind
up any strongholds
and generational curses
that are attached to me
and my bloodline.
I plead the blood of Jesus
Christ on my bloodline.
Give me your dreams Lord.
Bless & protect everyone
that seeks you,
needs you,
& believes in you.
Heal the world of this virus.
Bring peace to the people who are in conflict especially the people of Ukraine and Haiti as they seek refuge.

If you love God &
are not ashamed of him,
put this on your wall for a day
& you will see what he'll do.
In Jesus name, Amen.
Thank you Lord


Yeah she Saud it!


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Day #28 of Black History Month

Sarah Rector Was Just 11-Years Old When She Became the Richest Girl in America in 1913

Rector was born in 1902 in Taft, Oklahoma. She came from very humble beginnings, but later became the wealthiest Black girl in the country at the young age of 11. Her family were African American members of the Muscogee Creek Nation in Indian Territory.

Her grandparents had been enslaved by Creek Tribe members, but after the Civil War, they were entitled to land allotments under the Dawes Allotment Act of 1887. When Indian territory integrated with Oklahoma territory to form the state of Oklahoma in 1907, hundreds of Black children referred to back then as “Creek Freedmen minors,” were each granted 160 acres of land.

Rector's allotment was located in the middle of the Glenn Pool oil field and was initially valued at about $550. In 1911, her father decided to lease his daughter’s piece of land to a major oil company to help pay for the property taxes. And then in 1913, everything changed.

According to Searching for Sarah Rector: The Richest Black Girl in America by Tonya Bolden, an independent driller struck oil that started bringing in 2,500 barrels or 105,000 gallons per day. Rector, still being the owner of the land, began earning more than $300 a day (the equivalent of about $7,500 a day in our time).

Suddenly, she began getting a lot of national attention from newspapers all over the country. For example, The Kansas City Star published the headline, “Millions to a Negro Girl – Sarah Rector, 10-Year Old, Has Income of $300 A Day From Oil.” Meanwhile, another newspaper, The Savannah Tribune, published the headline, “Oil Well Produces Neat Income – Negro Girl’s $112,000 A Year.”

Rector quickly became famous and naturally started receiving all kinds of request for loans, donations, and even marriage proposals.

Sadly though, there was a law at the time that required wealthy Native Americans and African Americans who were citizens of Indian Territory to be assigned a “well-respected” white guardian. As a result, Rector’s guardianship was turned over to a white man named T.J. Porter.

But reportedly W.E.B. Du Bois and the NAACP got involved to protect her wealth and well-being, and were able to successfully do so. She later went on to own one of the first Black-owned auto dealerships in the country, and reportedly enjoyed her wealth until the day she died.

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To all the veterans past and present 🇺🇲

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 11/06/2021

14 years ago this week. We look back at Tapestry Hair Salon from the past


🚨Karen gets HILARIOUS payback for disrespecting hairstylist

Wow this "Karen" is Crazy


Wow How time flies. I've been a licensed Cosmetologist for 23 years now🎉🥂🎊


Happy Birthday President Barack Obama


Todays funny

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 07/03/2021

So this happened this week 💖 Tag team working it out.. Jermaine cut my lucs. Then I colored and curled my new style. Im loving it


Happy Mothers day 💓

Tresha Rutledge on TikTok 11/11/2020

Tresha Rutledge on TikTok

I'm feeling this funny

Tresha Rutledge on TikTok PRAY 4 ME👀❣️‼️


Good morning🌻 Tapestry Hair Salon Client's. It official Governor Newson has finally approved the reopening of Hair Salons for the second time this year. So we are happy and excited to welcome you all back. Covid-19 is still a troubling situation especially for our community. Please stay safe and practice healthy habits as you began to move about in the world today.


Hair Bleaching Videos Addressed To Me🙋‍♂️

I got you just call me! 951. 768.6965
No more home color jobs please!


We have great News to report!
Tapestry Hair Salon has reopened June 2, 2020
We are looking forward to seeing you all return 💖
We have taken great care to follow all the new State Board of Cosmetology and Barbering, CDC & Osha guidance and regulations for health and safety during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Tapestry will continue our service by appointment philosophy which allows us to maintain a minimal amount of people in the salon at any given time. We have removed one station from the service area along with some seating in the lobby area to ensure the 6 feet distance requirements. The lobby will be disinfected every 2 hours a day.
We also have some changes that you will have to follow when you enter the salon.
1.Up on entering you are required to wear a mask. If you don't have one we will provide one for you.
2. Hand sanitizer is provided before you enter the salon service area.
3. Only clients scheduled for service are allowed in the lobby area. Except if they are the client's parents or the client's transportation.
4. Do to limited seating in the lobby, it would be a good ideal to call Sandra or Jermaine when you arrive in the parking lot so we can let you know when you can enter the lobby.
We're so glad to be able to take care of all your hair care needs.
Please take your time and when you feel ready to return call and make your appointment
951. 768-6965
951. 347-5420
Thanks again Tapestry Hair Salon


Just keep it moisturized ladies and you cant go wrong

Photos from Tapestry Hair Salon's post 05/19/2020

So I had to say goodbye to an old friend. She was a nice addition to the Salon. I'm sorry I had to do you like this. Just know it wasn't you, it was me.
I purchased this specially made sofa for the salon in 2002. When we relocated to the Tibbetts location we had a hard time getting the sofa in the suite. We actually broke my landlord's window. Which cost me a pretty penny $$ to replace his window. So I really got my money worth 18 years. So to answer your question yes she had to go out this way. I wasn't going to pay for another window.
She was made well because Gary and I really had a hard time breaking her down.
She definitely has seen a lot and went through a lot over these years. I was planning to replace her. Then Coronavirus came and turned our world upside down. We are looking forward to the day we can reopen and see all our customers as soon as the safer at home mandate is lifted.

African-American Salons and Barbershops Are Told Its Time to Open Up. Many Are Saving a Seat for Their Customers Instead. 05/15/2020

African-American Salons and Barbershops Are Told Its Time to Open Up. Many Are Saving a Seat for Their Customers Instead.

It's a question of what do you value most. I personally value "Life" mine, my customers and our families at home. So I'm weighing my decision on my knowledge of prevention of cross contamination procedures that I will
be implementing when the state of California lifts the mandate. Tapestry will be ready to service all our customers hair care needs and safety concerns
Sandra ⚘

African-American Salons and Barbershops Are Told Its Time to Open Up. Many Are Saving a Seat for Their Customers Instead. As black business owners weight the risks and rewards, their reputations lie in the balance. Few industries have felt the effects of COVID-19 as acutely the salon, nail and barbershop industry.

Black Barbers, Beauty Professionals Push Gov. Newsom to Reopen Their Shops – Beach City Radio 05/15/2020

Black Barbers, Beauty Professionals Push Gov. Newsom to Reopen Their Shops – Beach City Radio

Ok Salons have been moved back to phase 3
I'm looking forward to our day. We will be safe. Somethings will change some will remain the same. Please be patient keep god in our hearts this will pass
Here's to seeing you soon💗

Black Barbers, Beauty Professionals Push Gov. Newsom to Reopen Their Shops – Beach City Radio Black politicians, social media commenters, and others blasted the governor, saying his decision to lift his state’s month-long stay-at-home order by first opening businesses like barbershops, nail salons, sneaker stores, tattoo parlors, gyms, and bowling alleys put the lives of Blacks at risk. Th...

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3773 Tibbetts St, Ste B
Riverside, CA

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 10:30am - 6pm
Thursday 10:30am - 6pm
Friday 10:30am - 6pm
Saturday 10:30am - 4pm
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