“By the age of 13 Stephanie was drawing Japanese Manga and overtime that led to her love of water color, macramé, and soap making. That creativity eventually led 13 year old Stephanie into her mom’s bathroom, where she would color her own hair leaving her mom’s bathroom floor covered with stains of hair color whilst finding her passion for hair…”
“Before I enrolled in school I had just moved to Washington and was in between jobs due to Covid-19. I took it as an opportunity to put down my serving aprons for good and provide for my family in a way that was fulfilling for myself. I had been waiting tables for years. I was finally ready and able to put myself first. I knew taking this step meant time away from my family but, I also knew it was a chance to show my kids that it is never too late to follow your dreams…”
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“After 4 years, I felt like there was little to no room for growth or promotion and I felt like I had maxed out my potential and needed to move up in life. I realized I wasn’t happy behind a computer all day and needed a career in creativity to challenge my artistic soul…”
“Life is too short not to do something that I love. I have struggled for years with my own skin concerns and was inspired by my Esthetician. I use products in my facials that I use and love on myself and know from personal experience that they work…”
“Before enrolling in school I was working part time at BECU as a Member Consultant (and still am), while also being a full-time mommy! What led me here was finally being ready to leave my comfort zone and chase after a dream that has been in my mind for a few years now…”
“I decided to go through the Hair Design program because hair was always something that I wanted to do. I held back for so long because it was out of my comfort zone. I had the urge and want to start my life and have a career that tapped in more to my artistic side. Before the program I was dental assisting and waitressing…”
“All through high school you could catch Tayler braiding everyone’s hair whether it was on the busses, at hotels or even on the bleachers. Currently working as a server in a Mexican restaurant, Tayler didn’t see her life going anywhere in Montana. Picking up and moving to Washington was one of those ‘big moves’ needed in order to pursue…