Singer-songwriter Tamar Braxton began her professional singing career at age 11 with "The Braxtons," when the group -- featuring her older sisters Toni, Traci, Trina and Towanda -- was signed to Arista Records. Braxton later embarked on her solo career and released the Billboard top-100 single "If You Don't Want to Love Me" in 2000. In 2012, Braxton released her chart-topping album, "Love and War," featuring the No. 1 single of the same name, and the hit singles "Hot Sugar" and "All The Way Home." The critically acclaimed album earned three Grammy nominations, two Soul Train awards and a BET Award.
Born and raised in Chicago, Johnny Wright established his hair business at the age of 12. Wright became former first lady Michelle Obama's personal hairstylist and helped to establish Obama as a global beauty icon and style icon. Wright's client list includes Maxine Waters, Queen Latifah, Kerry Washington, Regina King, Tamron Hall, Karrueche Tran, Reese Witherspoon, Lauren London and Janelle Monáe -- among many others. Committed to education and encouraging young talent, Wright served as a mentor for stylists nationwide in the mentorship initiative, "Make Me a Master Stylist," and continues to work with budding beauty-industry professionals.
Tamar Braxton teams up with celebrity hairstylist Johnny Wright to help disgruntled clients confront the beauticians who wrecked their hair. In each episode, the duo will use a sting operation to catch the stylists before Wright puts them through a rigorous boot camp. Armed with new techniques for proper hair care, the stylists will then get a chance to redeem themselves.