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166 Boston Post Rd
East Lyme, CT 06333


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Stephanie P

I attended The Albert Beatrice School of Beauty Culture.  I worked In East Lyme for 17 years before joining the team at That Look in 2006.  I enjoy meeting new people.  My listening skills compliment my abilities, and allow me to enjoy all areas of cosmetology. 

Hours that I am available:

Tuesday 9-5
Wednesday 9-7
Thursday 10-7
Saturday 8-1

Some classes I have attended are:

     Goldwell Foundations May 2013

     In Salon Color with Alicia Marcano May 2013

     International Beauty Show NYC April 2013

     In Salon with Peter Millard Nov 2012

     The Next Level Oct 2012

     In Salon Design with Sam Villa April 2012

     In Salon Color Exploration with Melissa Johnson Oct. 2011

   Omar Spina Diagnostic Design In Salon March 2011

     International Beauty Show NYC March 2011

     David Stanko Lifestyle Coloring Oct 2010

    INOA In Salon Training Sept 2010

    Intense Color with Beth Minardi

    Lauren Hagen Design In Salon March 2010

    Sorme make up Class 2009 June 2009

    International Beauty Show NYC April 2009

    Salons With A Purpose Event March 2009

    Justin Isaac "Life, Art & Color" two days In Salon Oct. 2008

    John Yurkew In Salon Mens Design June 2008

     International Beauty Show NYC 2008

     David Stanko In Salon two days Color Exploration Oct. 2007

     Sam Villa In Salon Two days Trend Techniques & Design July 2007

     Jay Roberts In Salon Long Hairstyling & Finishing April 2007

     In Salon Chris Baran & Kris Sorbie Design and Color 2006

    Weekend In The City 2004

    Matrix University Courses

    Matrix Color

    Rusk Cutting & Coloring

    Paul Mitchell Cutting & Coloring

Some of my favorite things:

Favorite shampoo: Fresh Curls

Favorite conditioner: Fresh Curls

Favorite gel/wet styling product:  Blown Away 09

Favorite hair spray: Quick Dry

Cosmetic that you canít do without: Mascara & Blush

Favorite Color: Blue

What sets me apart from the rest of the talent:  Dramatic Consistency.