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Meet the Faces of Our New SALON by milk + honey South Lamar

November 20, 2014

We’re so excited for you to see the newest salon for yourself. And as we prep to open the doors of our 4715 South Lamar location on Monday, November 24, 2014, it’s about time you meet some of the amazing stylists who work there. Be sure to book your appointment now — especially as the holiday festivities ramp up!

unnamedKatie, hair stylist at SALON by milk + honey South Lamar // Katie attended the Aveda Institute in Chicago and started working for Chicago’s Art and Science Salon. She was part of a year-long advanced training program and perfected her cutting and formal styling techniques — in fact, she stayed with Art and Science Salon focusing on cuts and formal styling until she moved to Austin in 2012. Katie has a passion for blondes and enjoys working a great transformation to a pixie cut. She is an expert on enhancing others’ natural texture to give a great style.

 

unnamed-2Ann, hair stylist at SALON by milk + honey South Lamar // Ann started her stylist career in 2006, apprenticing and training under the talented stylists of Kasbah Salon. She continued her career and education while working at Joie de Vie on Sixth Street. She loves to learn any new trend that comes along and keep her clients fresh with the hottest styles. She enjoys doing razor and textured cuts for men and women.

 

 

TND-_FaSU7iUi8jdVzrPAQxa7Vq0qroc-o2rvRR5DoQ,PkxKsEcI-tSokTiPCJvg-Mn5_Jhv54c2jLFf4CC96RMJaymee, hair stylist at SALON by milk + honey South Lamar // Jaymee attended the Aveda Institute in San Antonio and over the years, has continued to attended Aveda-lead training. She loves doing hair because she loves making people feel beautiful. “There is nothing like creating a new fresh look for your client and giving them a boost of confidence. I feel blessed to do what I do, I am able to let my creativeness flow as well as make people feel good. Life is so stressful – sometimes all we need is a visit to the salon,” she says.

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