Racheal’s internal “ahhh-tist” has a devout love for color and hand-eye techniques. She can’t deny it. Color. Color. Color.
For her, the foundation of cosmetology is a great haircut. She’d personally be more flattered to be known as a great hair cutter, than a great colorist.
Well, we say she’s both. How’s that for flattery? Craftsmanship isn’t lost on her, and she is consistently evolving her own craft: as an educator, a colorist and a hair cutter. Word to the wise: she specializes in short cuts, particularly for women.
Let your hair down. She invites an open line of communication into what you love about your look, where she can improve and she’s always eager to shake things up.
She thrives on the stimulation in human relationships; all things sensory and strives to help people genuinely see themselves as purely as she sees them: beautiful souls.
She’s a free spirit and a deep lover: of her family unit, books, words, wisdom, day drinking and driving in her car with the windows down and the music loud. And please don’t ever forget the bourbon or fried chicken.
A cup of coffee and peace and quiet is how she starts every morning, and is quite possibly where all that radiating positive energy comes from. It’s charmingly infectious. You’ll see.
A chunk of happiness. A ton of soul. And all things content, inside + out. We’re pretty sure her professional and personal life approach is to throw that stuff around like confetti.
And who would deny an open invitation to that kind of party?
Design is most important to Logan in structuring a great haircut. And he doesn’t miss a detail. Lines, angles, shapes-it’s all being taken into consideration while in his chair. He’s a self-proclaimed analytical hair cutter.
But when it comes to color he’s methodical, yet creative. Like an artist, creating a masterpiece. Baylayage free hand, color melting, ombre and color-correction are some of his most loved subjects.
If he weren’t being a stylist, he’d be pursuing his quest to become Anthony Bourdain. He is obsessed with traveling and experiencing other cultures: their food, religion, history and theology-every aspect of other worlds. He takes great pride in being educated and keeping a fresh perspective.
His wife, Olivia, daughter, Madeline and music are his soft spots. In fact, he is a dynamic tenor one opera singer. And he still teaches voice lessons.
Transparency is his not-so-secret weapon. He flourishes at communication, adapting to clients’ needs and being honest. Insert mic drop.