Middle Sister Hair Salon

Middle Sister Hair Salon

5.0 (1)
1 employee
3 years in business

About this pro

I create hair styles thoughtfully and skillfully; I always strive to give my clients hairstyles to fit their lifestyles and their image.

I love the creativity in doing hair, the study of hair, and the endless connections I am able to make with people by doing hair.

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Credentials

Denver, CO 80246
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1 Review

5.0

  • Samantha Britten

    Jessi is the best in the biz, and I will never go anywhere else for all of my beauty needs! She has given me my favorite hair cuts after years of popping around from stylist to stylist, and I can safely say I’ll never go to anybody else! You won’t be sorry if you visit Jessi unless you hate amazing cuts and colors, sparkling conversation and effortless ease and comfort!



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

I like to sit down, face to face and discuss the expectations for the time we spend together.  We will talk about your hair routine, products, the time and money you are willing to spend on your hair.  Open communication is very important and creates great hair.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

When I first broke out of beauty school, I worked with Toni & Guy specailizing in Hair cutting and styling.  The continuing education with TIGI was invaluable.  It included weekly model nights, and a ton of high end advanved education. 

I have had razor cutting classes with the founder of Hairbrained, Gerard Scarpaci, where I learned to master the straight razor and work with hairs natual movement while styling and cutting.

Since my begining focus was in haircuts, I then switched my educational focus to color and attended classed with Davines, Kevin Murphy, Sunlights, and most recently I have taken a Balayage Bootcamp with Lisa Walker of (IG) LisaLovesblayage.

I always plan on continuing my education in hair and hope to start traveling around the country to learn from some of my idols.  


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

It may be worth it to take a stylist up on a free consulation.  During this short 15 minute appoinment, you can vibe the salon and stylist and talk about expectations and see how well you can communicate with one another.  First impressions mean a lot and this is a perfect time to feel out your future stylist.  


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Do not think about how much time you WANT to spend on your hair and ask yourself how much time you are WILLING to spend on your hair.


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