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Falling Leaves...Falling Strands?

Are you feeling like a change with your hair as the weather outside shifts to cooler temps and stronger winds? With the season changing and leaves falling it is always a good time to inspire a new look for the cooler months. From cuts to colors, layers or waves there is something for everyone in the latest fall hair trends. See which one works for you!


The Pixie with Fringe - Its time to accentuate your best feature...your face! Take this edgy cut to the next step...take it from edgy and funky to sophisticated with side-swept bangs like Robin Wright.




The Angled Bob - Take it to the chin with this fall bob with a center part. Keep it sleek and straight with a little texture at the tips. This is a perfect look for someone who wants to make a change from long locks without going all the way to the Pixie style. 











The Long Lob - This long choppy layered look works for so many types of people and styles. Stay warm with a little more length and play with waves and texture to keep it fresh, f…

Where Were You A Year Ago??

Story of the Month I truly cannot believe that it has been a year since I opened the doors to Swans Studios in Old Oakland. As I celebrate the one year anniversary of my business, I am humbly aware this business would not be possible without the support and loyalty of my clients, friends, family, and community. I feel it is always important to pause when arriving at milestones such as this one and soak in all the positives!  Life can surprise us at times.



One day you are walking along and you see an opportunity and the next thing you know you have taken a new risk and made some sort of dramatic change and you've arrived at where you had always wanted to be, but perhaps you had taken the long way around to get there. I'm so excited to celebrate this milestone and can't wait to see what the future years will bring for me at Swans Studios.



Building Swans Studios was a whirlwind and certainly not something I had planned on doing a year ago, but walking along and finding this s…