When I became a hairdresser, I always had a dream of creating a salon space that was quiet but fun, comfortable, safe, as well as a real space with real life conversation. That dream came true in 2008 when the Carolyn Anderson Salon opened in my home. We laugh with our clients, cry with our clients, get advice from our clients, and give advice to our clients, we refer business to business with and for our clients, and we work hard to build a community of friends and relationships with each and every person who comes through the salon door. Since our clients come to my home, they become family, and as such, it is not uncommon to find someone sitting on the patio after hours visiting on a beautiful summer evening.
I address each client individually and custom create their look of cut and color that best suits their life and lifestyle. I consider myself a classic stylist and create timeless looks that avoid dating an image. I work with wigs and hairpieces to help create confidence in anyone’s appearance who is suffering from varying stages and kinds of hair loss. I am passionate about supporting my clients in all ways, but the outside confidence in who they are comes from the image that we help create.
“There really is no such thing as people with bad hair. Just people who haven’t found the right hairdresser” (Unknown.)
I have been a hair stylist for 6 years now and my passion is natural color. I am always looking for the next trend and keeping my clients updated on new looks and what works best for them. I don’t get into the fancy colors like hot pink or bright blue hair (but always up for the challenge). I focus more of my time on great colors that will last a lifetime.
A little about myself, I am married to the coolest guy around (I think so anyway). Together we have 2 dogs, 1 cat, and 1 horse. I love to travel, horseback ride, and simply be outside. The craziest thing I have ever done is gone sky diving. I had a horrible fear of heights but a little push from my husband and he had me jumping out of a plane in no time! My favorite quote is “Let us not become weary in doing good.” Galatians 6:9