Constance Ellis is an accomplished cosmetologist with 30 years of experience in the field of cosmetology.  She is one of the most sought-after cosmetologists for her great knowledge and skills.  Ellis established herself as a diverse and well informed professional in the 1990s.  She has achieved much success as a stylist, traveling around the world working on many projects with celebrities. She has mentored hundreds of people on how to maintain healthy hair, skin, and nails.  She has volunteered giving lectures on her story as a cosmetologist who has experienced heavy metal poisoning, mineral deficiencies, cystic acne and hair loss herself.  

Constance Ellis was born in Baltimore Maryland.  She graduated from Baltimore public schools in 1988.  Ellis studied Cosmetology at Ron Thomas school of Cosmetology.  After graduating from beauty school in 1989 Ellis began working in various upscale salons in Baltimore City, where she gained many skills and techniques.

Ellis continued her successful career with the opening of the Constance Ellis Salon in 2001, located in historic Mount Vernon in Baltimore.  After finding natural solutions for her beauty problems she focused more on a holistic approach to beauty. Her experience with hair loss, mercury overload, and mineral deficiencies have led her on a dedicated journey to educating people on the importance of nutrition in relation to beauty.  

With the launch of in 2018, Ellis will reintroduce herself as a Cosmetologist who has gained the knowledge and experience that will offer a unique and exclusive solution to many beauty and health problems.  Helping people to get to the root cause of issues such as excessive hair shedding and lethargy, by guiding clients on a path to wellness and offering products to help support the healing process.

Constance has taken her career to the next level with extensive research in the study of cosmetology as it relates to nutrition.   She is dedicated to making the connection of how beauty problems are the gage for many serious health problems.