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About The OwnersPerfect Locks was founded by a dynamic husband and wife duo.
We believed we could provide authentic unprocessed virgin Indian hair to the world. In a market flooded with basic beauty supply stores, there had to be more. Perfect Locks provides you with the real thing, unlike online vendors who attempt to pass off processed hair as virgin. We knew we could give better quality hair to consumers. We saw the need for amazing premium quality hair and have been going strong since 2007. Perfect Locks was founded with one mission; to build a trustworthy and reliable hair extension brand. Our passion is to, not only succeed in the beauty industry, but to leave a positive and long lasting impression in the lives of women around the world. Gautama and Priyanka are tightly devoted in day to day operations of all aspects of Perfect Locks to keep our original dream alive.
Prior to Perfect Locks, Priyanka worked as an architect at BDE Architecture Inc. in San Francisco. Also, Priyanka worked for Bob Remiker, the lead architect behind the designs of The Lucas Ranch. Priyanka obtained her Bachelor of Architecture from RV College of Engineering in Bangalore, India in 1999. She has also worked for large Indian based Architectural firms, Ansari Builder and Magus Inc. Her specialty is designing office interiors using bold lines and curves, pioneering a unique design style in India which has been adopted by others in the industry.
Prior to launching Perfect Locks, LLC, Gautama worked as a User Experience Designer at Cnet.com, one of the world's most well-known technology based websites, a subsidiary of CBS Interactive. Gautama led data driven strategic design projects that shaped the way customers interact with the website as consumers of content. Gautama studied towards his Master's Degree in Computer Arts at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. He also obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Telecommunications with an emphasis on film production from Michigan State University in 1998. In addition, Gautama studied Computer Arts at Arena Aptech Multimedia in Bangalore, India, where he met and married his wife.
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