Q: In three words, describe what working at Let Em Have It Salon means to you-
A: Authenticity, Compassion, Creativity
Q: What’s your favorite thing about working at LEHI?
A: My favorite thing about working at LEHI is the connection I have with my clients. I’m the type of person that does better working one-on-one rather than working in a big group. I’m at my best when I have the time to sit down with my client and get to know them. At the end of my day, I feel that I’ve made a difference in someone’s life and they’ve made a difference in mine. I often learn a lot from my clients which helps me to gain a greater perspective, and that’s really fun to me!
Q: What’s your favorite service to do and why?
A: I love precision cutting. I go into a meditative state when I’m doing this type of work because I have to be very present and very aware of what I’m doing. I become completely immersed in the moment. Also, I’m a perfectionist and I’m not afraid to admit that! When I do a cut, I put my all into it and it’s really an enjoyable process for me.
Q: What’s one thing most people do not know about you?
A: I LOVE astrology. I tend to read mostly psychology and self-help books. Learning about those subjects helps me to understand myself and other people better.
Q: When you aren’t at LEHI, where can we find you?
A: Two places, the gym or eating out with my Boyfriend.
Q: How did you find your way to Let Em Have It Salon(LEHI)?
A: I found my way to LEHI after doing an online search and became very interested in working at the Salon after reading LEHI’s mission statement. I was drawn to the fact the LEHI was a B Corporation and a Green Circle Salon because it made LEHI different than any other salon I’d researched. Working at a salon that had those type of ethically responsible standards were important to me(and still are)!
At the time, I didn’t realize that I already knew the owner of LEHI(Fallene Wells). I had actually met Fallene back when I was in High School doing fashion design. I had participated as a designer in a Goodwill fashion show and she was one of the judges. Fast forward six years later, I walked into LEHI to drop off my resume and realized that I already knew Fallene from way back when. It seemed like fate.