Welcome Chyenne Smith

We are proud to announce the addition of a new stylist to the Splitting Hairs creative team. Chyenne’s aunts introduced her to the love of hair styling at an early age. She followed her dream to make beauty her career. She loves helping people look as beautiful and unique on the outside as they are on the inside.

When she is away from the salon, she enjoys is spending her time reading, baking and relaxing with her husband and son, Parker.

When you see Chyenne in the salon, give her a warm, Splitting Hairs welcome.

Exciting changes are coming

You may have recently noticed a few changes on the Splitting Hairs Salon website. Those changes are but a minor sign of things to come, as the salon is now under new ownership.

Old is the new “new”, as long-time familiar stylist, Martha “Navi” Ward, has become the owner of Splitting Hairs Salon.

The changes have already started to work their way from the virtual to the physical. The boutique is now a splendid memory and will soon become a space where stylists will work their magic. Not only will you see logistical alterations to the salon, but a number of major cosmetic changes will soon begin. Don’t worry, the same warm and friendly atomsphere will prevail as Splitting Hairs Salon moves into a future filled with possibility.

If you have any questions about what’s in store, feel free to contact Navi via email or in person at the salon.

As always, thank you for your patience and patronage as we make this transition.

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Ask the Stylist: Growing out hair

Q:  I’m trying to grow my hair out.  Why do I need a haircut?

A:  Even when your goal is to grow your hair longer, regular maintenance trims are still a good idea and should happen every 6-8 weeks.  Just a ¼ inch off the edges can make a huge difference in how the hair looks, feels, and behaves.  Unkempt ends can split, become fuzzy, and continue to unravel up the hair shaft, causing breakage, defeating the purpose of growing the hair longer.  Cleaning these edges up regularly can help to prevent this, and make the process less awkward.

Stephanie Wallen

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Mountain biker, gardener, mother, knitter, gourmet cook.

Stephanie first began working in the cosmetology industry in the 90’s, but as life does sometimes, it put her on an alternate path for a season. She spent many successful years in the health and fitness field as a personal trainer and fitness instructor, founded a local women’s cycling  team, worked as a vegan baker, and even dabbled a bit in the bike racing scene.

Stephanie counts raising her three children among her greatest success and accomplishments.  Returning to the cosmetology industry has been a continuation of doing what she’s always loved and strived to do…to make others feel good about themselves.

Splitting Hairs welcomes Kenneth Abersold

232We are proud to announce the addition of a new stylist to the Splitting Hairs creative team. Kenneth is an award-winning, nationally-recognized stylist who specializes in creating beautiful, unique updos for any occasion. When you see him in the salon, give him a warm, Splitting Hairs welcome.