Jamecca Jones has enjoyed “making people look beautiful” since the days she fashioned ponytails and freeze curls for her Bailey High School classmates.
So when a gunshot wound put her in a wheelchair, the Jackson hairstylist was determined to keep the job she loves.
First, she balanced on stacked pillows to reach clients at Shades of Color in Jackson. But that rickety perch has now been replaced by the wizardry of a standing wheelchair.
With a push of a button, Jones can once again rise to her feet and let her fingers fly.