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“I already love performing services for my clients, and I really care about helping other people feel great about themselves. Clients can expect to get my full attention and my best efforts to provide a great service when booking with me! I truly care about trying my best and striving to keep on learning.”
“I’m a military wife and had began a Cosmetology program in California; however, after receiving information that we’d be relocating to Whidbey Island and only being half way through a 1600 hour program I had to figure out what my options were. Unfortunately as it was a different state, my hours weren’t transferable. I knew three things, I wanted to work in the beauty industry, I wanted to be my own boss and wanted to offer services that I was passionate about. Learning that I could be an Esthetician and fulfill these three goals and be finished in about 6 months I knew this would be my new career path…”
I’ve loved skincare for as long as I can remember, and I want to help people create a great routine that’s specialized towards their individual needs and goals.
“Before pursuing a career in the beauty industry, Jinger was an English major in college, but she wasn’t feeling inspired in school. She would much rather do something that felt fulfilling, and she always knew she had a passion for doing hair, “I choose Cosmetology because doing hair always just worked for me. It’s a creative outlet and a career all rolled into one for me.” Since she moved to Washington state 5 years ago, she has heard about Evergreen Beauty College through her friends…”
“I had a great job where I loved the people that I worked with! I worked at this job for just under 10 years and although I enjoyed it, I was feeling unfulfilled. It felt like I hadn’t found what I was called to do. I love helping people, I love inspiring people, I love encouraging people, but most of all I love making people feel good! I am sure that I will be able to use my passion for skincare, hair, makeup, lashes, and nails to positively impact the lives of others; it is my calling…”