Hair At The Village

Hair At The Village

5.0
1 employee
10 years in business

About this pro

Established 2009 so I have a solid reputation in Louisville.  I am known for my public service for donating in excess of $300,000.00 in wigs for cancer patients.  I work with a photographer doing photo shoots with 1920's,1940's, vampire, and much more photo shoots.  I specialize in the Lifestyle Haircut which is a combination of your picture and what fits your time and ability limits, hence your lifestyle.  I offer the only in salon 12 step Hinoki hair loss system and hair repair system.  Products include essential oils, Colorado manufactured Hinoki by Hayashi hair system.  The treatment itself is spa for the scalp.  Our customers are friends and we want you to feel welcome every time.  Check us out at www.hairatthevillage.com

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Louisville, CO 80027
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We have a brief consultation at the chair to find out who you are and what you are looking for and what your basic time constraints are and your percieved skill level is.  Then we discuss what your hair is capable of and approximately what it will look like such as no work or a little effort as you are able to give.  Then we shampoo and proceed with your new look.


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

I am internationally licensed.  My license is based on 4000 hours of before license training.  This compares to the average hours in the United States of 1250 to 2300 which varies from state to state.  I attend and continue to take training in the latest techniques in color.  I know am the only Cosmetilogist in Colorado doing a 12 step treatment to help recover from hair loss (results vary).


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

My prices are posted on the website but are in the middle category for salons in this area.  I have a special men's day on Thursdays for men and kids $10.00 and a Super Senior Day with 20% off regular services.


How did you get started in this business?

I was the child of a hairstylist and was taught to do perms at 12 years old since my mother was not paying to do it when I was right there.  Over the years I was always doing my own hair in formal styles so up dos were my passion.  I went to school later and worked in Canada then immigrated to the U.S. in 2001.I 


What types of customers have you worked with?

I work with everyone.  I like the mens cuts and have a large base of all ages.  I also love my seniors and love still doing perms and roller sets.  Doing corrective color is a passion.  Women's hair is great for the variety it offers in style and texture and color.  


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I love working with my cancer patients to find them a wig that will make them smile.  I can only imagine the stress and sadness that accompanies this disease and its treatment and to have to be reminded daily after the treatment ends that its still there for everyone to see without hair if I can help in this small way I do.


What advice would you give a customers looking to hire a vendor in your area of expertise?

All you can do is try different people and see who you click with.  There are 100's of very skilled stylists out there but do you feel comfortable with them do they hear you?  Ego belongs outside of a hair salon.  I am there to do what you want but to advise you and be honest if it is possible.


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

Ask about training, continuing education, if the vendor likes what they do.  Why do they use the products they do.