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Spreading Holiday Shears




Hairqueen News:  

December is in full swing, it is that time of year once more, parties and gatherings and holiday fun!!

For hairstylists it is our busiest season professionally and personally.  A month of hairspray, glamour, champagne and delicious holiday treats!  Once Thanksgiving is over we are off and running!


Speaking of Thanksgiving I truly hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. This year we hosted 17 guests including us.  I loved breaking bread with my family and friends.  We were able to host banquet style in our common house, (one of the advantages of living in a co housing community).

Grateful for this lot!


Just before Thanksgiving I returned from a business trip to NYC. where I completed my program with Inner City Capital Connections, ICCC.  It was amazing and exhausting all at the same time. I am setting it all aside during the holiday season and will pick it back up in 2018, stay tuned for updates.

I am delighted that my salon calendar is booked up for December** with you my wonderful clients.

**Please do not hesitate to contact me if you do not have a December appointment.  Appointments move around and sometimes I am able to offer before and after hours slots, please ask for details.

I am so grateful to have the privilege of serving you.  I look forward to hearing about your Thanksgiving, your holiday plans for December and the New Year as we make you an even more beautiful you!

PS.  I have a little thank you gift for you this month, just an extra little cheer for you!


Feeling the love!

Promotion Of The Month:


Shine This Season!

Please enjoy 10% off any product that produces that holiday shine in your hair. 

This includes glosses, hairsprays, shine spray.  





Please contact me at suzanne@suzannevanhouten.com or add comments to our fan page on Facebook, click here.  You can also comment on the blog as well! We'd always love to hear from you:).



I wish you a very merry, happy holiday season!

Suzanne xoxo








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