"Hairdressing is not a job, it's a craft..."

…  A craft that has allowed me to build a career doing work that I absolutely love, and on my own terms.  My first job was in a salon when I was 15 years old.  Throughout all of the changes and (sometimes) craziness life has thrown my way in the 25 years since, my love for salon life has been a constant.  And still, after all this time, I cannot imagine anything I would rather be doing.

In all aspects of life, I am continually driven to better myself.  How does this translate to my work?  Not only do I set the bar high when it comes to my standards for your hair, but for your overall experience, as well.  It also means I REALLY like to tackle challenges.  So, if you have concerns about the condition of your hair or need a previous haircolor corrected, let’s explore some solutions and get your hair on the road to recovery!

I know what a huge impact your hair can have on how you feel about yourself and I LOVE being part of that!  I feel like relationships are best built on trust and transparency, including my relationships with my guests.  By taking the time to connect with you and truly understand your lifestyle and goals, I can provide honest, realistic feedback and formulate a plan to help you achieve your desired results.

Full disclosure: I love to laugh, especially at myself!  Whether you prefer quiet time, or you want to be entertained by the latest shenanigans of me and my 4-legged child, Mia, I want you to leave your visit feeling lighter.  What could possibly be better than working in an environment where my guests and I can escape from everyday life, relax and be ourselves?! 

Native to Texas and having never lived outside of the DFW metroplex, I have strong desire to explore the world…  I love new places, foods and experiences.  When you come in for a salon visit, please bring me all of your bucket list ideas!

I'm so glad you're here and can't wait to meet you!  Click here to visit my new guest page and I'll see you soon!

                         Karen