Friday, January 20, 2012

January Q&A Suzanne

Q. What inspired you to be a stylist?  
A. I knew in High School this is what I wanted to do. It has been a passion of mine since I was really little. I found a story I wrote in 4th grade, What do you want to be when you grow up?, Well even back then I wanted to be a stylist. At first I thought I would really enjoy doing Makeup but soon realized that I was only good at 80's makeup and my own. I found I loved cutting and coloring hair so this is what I have excelled on.

Q. How long have you been doing hair?
A. 25 years but if you count school then 26 years. I still love it! 

Q. What are your top 3 favorite hair products you use on your clients? 
A. Moroccan oil, Miracle hold/Grip by Osis and a paste. Where it be a creamy pomade from Enjoy or their texture paste to a wax. It helps me detail the style. 

Q. What is your favorite thing about being a stylist?
A. My clients! I have some of the most awesome clients... they are not just my clients but friends. I enjoy spending time with them and helping them with their hair. They push me to be better as a stylist and a person.

Q. Favorite Styling tool?
A.  Boar bristle round brush. I can create a straight style to a curly one depending on how I use it. It helps smooth out the hair too. 

Q. Do you have a current fav hair trend? 
A. Bangs! It's an easy change to any style and there are so many different kinds of fringes you can do.

Q. Share a quick tip with us! 
A.  Using good Shampoo and Condition. It makes a big difference in how your hair styles and keeping color from fading. Not everyone can use the same brand so it might take a few tries. Make sure your Shampoo is Sulfate Free. 

Now for some fun questions

Q. Whats your favorite holiday? 
A. This is hard... I love Christmas but I really like Thanksgiving. Getting together cooking, playing games and just being Thankful for all we have. 

Q. If you could travel anywhere in the world all expenses paid where would you go?
A. It's a toss up of New Zealand and Ireland. But only if I could take my husband with me. Otherwise it would be over to visit him. :) 

Q. Favorite thing do to hobby etc when your not at the Salon?
A. I love to bake and I have really gotten into sewing rag quilts. I never thought I would be sewing. Never could finish anything in school, but now I can't wait to get them done so I can see how cute they turned out.
Q. Favorite food or dish? 
A. Chicken Coconut Korma with garlic naan.

Q. Favorite movie or book?
A. Movie would be "When Harry Met Sally' book would be: A Thousand Splendid Suns


Marcie said...

Suzanne is the bomb! Me and my hair lover her to pieces! See ya next week :)

Kristy said...

I can attest to Suzanne always wanting to be a stylist and always being good at it. When we were little (I'm her sister), our mom would cut our bangs. They were always crooked. It got to be, when it was time to trim them again, I would insist on having Suzanne do it. No offense to our wonderful mother, but hair was always Suzanne's thing. :)

Michelle said...

Suzanne is an awesome stylist! She is a color pro and I would not trust my hair to anyone else. She has great suggestions when I am indecisive. I can honestly say I have never left the salon unhappy with my hair. Suzanne is a great listener, friend and confidante.

Steph said...

I love Suzanne! Not only is she a great friend she is an awesome stylist! I have learned so much from her in the years we've worked together! She realy cares about her clients! Her talent with hair never ceases to amaze me! She's the color guru!

Morag E J M K said...

I moved away about a year ago and have been frantically trying to find a stylist to replace Suzanne. So far, no go! She's the best, and no one else can compare!!! I just need to accept that fact! Miss you!

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