Keisha Greene is Coming to Your Naborhood


It’s easy to spot someone who is going to be a celebrity, a person of prominence. We immediately spotted that with Keisha Greene, a model who is now the host of Hey, Nabor. When first laying eyes on her, there was a spark in her that spoke goodness, pureness; someone we could trust and listen to for anything we were looking for. When she opened her voice, she grabbed our attention more. Her strong, attention-grabbing voice left everyone in the room speechless, listening and watching the words come out of her mouth. If this was any reflection of what she would offer as a host, we knew that this show would be one to compete with.

Hey, Nabor, a CosmoBiz production, is a hair show coming to Youtube with Greene hosting discussing hair, hair tools, cosmetics, and fashion. With all the misinformation that is spread within the DIY world, Hey, Nabor will bring the truth. The show will serve as a gap between the television world and the Youtube world with offering more technical information and going more in-depth about products, how-tos, and information that is often told by DIYers that are not true. “All stylist know the problem within the DIY world: they don’t have the technical background to give out information to the world,” said Necole Jackson, Program Director of Hey, Nabor. “We want to help solve this problem. By picking a host that is not a professional in the hair industry, we’re taking our host on the same journey as our audience learning the correct valuable and fun keys about hair, products, cosmetics, and fashion.

Keisha may not have the hair experience, but this TV host has been in the spotlight. She has modeled in New York and relocated to Richmond, VA where she models with multiple businesses serving as the face. By branding herself as the go-to model of Southern Virginia, she has caught major attention, including ours. “I’ve worked hard to brand myself in a competitive field,” said Greene. “Modeling is what I love to do, but TV is what I’m destined to do. I’m ready to take viewers on a ride and have fun with them.”

R&B Hair Collection

With our shoot with upcoming TV host Keisha Greene, it was fitting to pair her with a hair company that isn’t one of the main hair companies known among consumers but is on the rise of gaining the hearts with one person at a time. R&B Collection offers synthetic, human-mixed and 100% human hair wigs that will look perfect and natural on any person.

One of the reasons we love this hair company is for their ability to not shy away from extreme and unique hair colors with wigs, all of which look natural. For example, this blonde number, RJ- BLACK, is the perfect mix of blondes that will match any melanated skin tone. The long, straight locs remain bone straight, easy to brush through for refresh and doesn’t need heat refreshing.

The mix of colors 99J and 612 is one most wouldn’t pair, but when seen on this beauty, a brilliant connection.

As soon as Keisha put this wig up, she became a trendsetting celebrity, bold and ready to take on the industry. She needed this wig in her collection. It gave the confidence and aura to become the host she was destined to be.

For her everyday look, we paired HL-BROWN, one she knew she was walking off the set home with. HL-BROWN comes from the 21 Tress human blend lace front collection. If you’ve ever wanted Nicki Minaj length with curls, this is the perfect piece to invest in. With multiple colors to choose from, the black is the classic look that not only blends with her edges but offers her the seductiveness she needs when gaining viewers. “I need to draw in my audience to my voice and my look. From head to toe, I need to keep them watching and listening. This is a hair show, after all, so seducing my viewers in starts with my hair. They need to want the look immediately and this R&B wig reflects that through the camera.

While production is underway for Hey, Nabor, be sure to follow CosmoBiz Magazine as we will give you all the exclusives with the show, guest co-host, bloggers, stylist and more featured on the show.