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Grateful To You

Thank you, thank you, thank you for shopping with me.  Thank you, thank you, thank you for shopping local wherever and whenever you can.

Your in-store purchases help us, the small business owner, to make part of our profit on goods as well as on services.  Those dollars are the dollars that help us when services are cancelled or rescheduled, when we take time off to be with family and friends, when an unexpected bill comes in or an unexpected repair is needed, believe me those dollars help, a lot.

Besides helping us those in-store purchases help you because we can recommend the appropriate products for the need of your hair today.  We take classes and meet with our reps to keep up to date on the professional products that we carry in-store.

It is frustrating for us that the products we carry are sold on Amazon and in department stores when the salon product companies work hard to eliminate diversion.

We cannot compete with Amazon but we can offer monthly promotions and offer you an in person consultation at each appointment for your product needs.

Let's talk product, face to face :).


Email: suzanne@suzannevanhouten.com
Call/Text: 510-545-2955

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