When I was a little girl, my mom would take me with her to the salon for her frequent perm appointments. I always loved the salon atmosphere. It’s energetic and upbeat. Important things are being done. It’s a place where women have common ground and make connections that they might not have been able to make elsewhere in their lives. As I went through school, I kept loving hair. Even as I was in grad school for education, I still felt the call, but I didn’t know about financial aid for Cosmetology school. So I finished my degree, and I moved to Hendersonville in late 2006. I was very lucky to be able to work with some amazing teachers and students at a local Catholic High School for 6 years. During my fourth year there, I became aware of a beauty school in White House, TN that would work with my teacher schedule. I credit my amazing hair stylist at the time, Brooke, for convincing me to finally take the plunge. I finished my Cosmetology licensure process in January 2014, and I continue to be in love with this industry ever since.
I specialize in low maintenance color options and precision and short cuts. Low maintenance color, or Lived In Color as Chloe and I like to call it, gives you options so that you aren’t tied to a 4-6 week salon schedule. During the COVID shutdown in 2020, I partnered with dpHUE, a company that specializes in at-home color kits. Since we have returned to the salon, I have realized that there is a continued need for this specific product as we return to our busy lives, especially if you hate seeing those pesky silver strands. I also specialize in taking women back to their natural hair color after years of permanent color, freeing them from the dreaded “schedule.”
Here’s the thing about me– I want to help you achieve your hair goals and give you the tools for proper at-home maintenance. You might see a mullet step out of my chair, but that’s what I love- giving people the exact style they want. And if it’s not going to work, I’ll tell you that. Whatever your hair need is, I’d love to help you.