‘Do It For You’: University of Florida cheerleader embraces identity through hairstyling

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“The younger me was such a people pleaser.”

For University of Florida senior Nile Bostic, it’s important to work for what she wants, in spite of expectations. Through hairstyling and cheerleading, she learned what brings her joy. Even though her hairstyles can take hours, Bostic finds value in connecting with her clients and “appreciates the quality time” while she’s behind the chair.

Determined to reach her goals, this entrepreneur is staying true to the advice she gives others… “do it for you.”

About Bryce Schuele

Bryce is a reporter for WUFT News who can be reached by calling 352-392-6397 or emailing news@wuft.org.

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