Hi I'm Jessica, but you       can call me 


So, you know my name, and you've seen my face. But what's my story?!

I am an outdoors loving, sun soaking, adventure seeking 24 year old from Central Massachusetts. I live for long, warm summer nights, fishing trips, and traveling some where new. I am a HUGE baseball fan (go Sox). When I'm not in the salon you can catch me at home reading some form of a 'self help' book, studying ways to become the best version of myself. On weekends you may find me spending time with my Fiancé in our cozy home in Ashby, at a local brewery or adventuring the newest local restaurants, (I LOVE FOOD). 

I began my journey in the industry in 2012 when I was just 16. I attended Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical High School, where I did exceptionally well academically and in the trade of cosmetology. I was awarded silver in a class wide formal hair styling competition. Upon graduating in 2015, I was awarded a scholarship towards my trade.


Being 18 and hungry for success, I decided my education wouldn't stop there. Less than a week after graduating high school, I began my first full time job as a cosmetologist and applied for college. I furthered my education studying Liberal Arts & Sciences at Mount Wachusett Community College, where I obtained my associates degree in 2018. After finishing college I did what most college graduate do, and thought, "now what?!".


I had a few choices, continue working full time as a hair stylist, or continue with school and get a bachelor's degree... but in what?! Nothing about going to school made me happy. I love doing hair and I knew that all along, but unfortunately I never gave it a chance to become my career. That's when I decided to fully commit to it. 


I began taking more classes than ever before. I truly believe that education is key within this industry. I've taken classes in Boston, NYC, and I've traveled as far as LA to ensure I'm staying up to date with the newest techniques and trends.   

My favorite part of my job is being able to inspire others and boost my guests self confidence through my work. 



Now that you've gotten to know me on a personal level, you might find yourself asking what it's like to sit in my chair.