Tabatha Coffey (Bravo's "Tabatha Takes Over") stopped by "The Real" to chat with the ladies about her new book, "It's Not Really About the Hair," which is described as "part memoir, part business manual, and part coaching guide on achieving self-acceptance and love."

During her appearance on the show, the hair designer and businesswoman discussed her unusual childhood (which included befriending transgendered strippers at the strip club owned by her parents) and being strong enough to get through a botched plastic surgery. Check it out!



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Are Barbers Qualified to Give Mental Health Advice?

Barber shops are often seen as safe spaces for men, especially given the uptick of social injustice over the years — so much so that some men have found it therapeutic to vent and discuss their mental health. Do you support this type of unique therapy or should matters of the mental health be strictly in the hands of professionals?