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Your Hairapy Session with Emily

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When I first met Mandana it was at Ken’s Artisan Bakery up on NW 21st in Portland, OR. I reached out to her because I wanted to hear more about Zibahub and what her company stands for. We spent a good hour and a half talking back and forth abou
Alright amazing beautiful peeps Episode 25: My One Year Podcasting is out! Located on @spotify, @amazonmusic, @applepodcast and @YouTube. Sponsored by @zibahub and editing by @One27_it's been crazy! Initially this podcast was to document my jou
Last year like many I was feeling totally frumpy. So I booked with Jimmy Hillman. I’d been following him on IG and really admired all the work he creates. While sitting in Jimmy’s chair we talked about the hair industry, Portland and about supp
What I really love about my interviews is the flow of the conversation and where it’ll lead. Dakima Maria has quite a story and I felt completely honored for her to open up to me. You never know the hardships someone has faced and their journey
What I absolutely love about Portland is the amazing creativity of small business. Unique ideas coming into fruition. Portland supports the interesting and quirky and our community especially supports local and small business that have a low im
I first started following Lexi IG when she had booked a photo shoot with a photographer who I had worked with quite a bit, Holly Seeber. I then just started following her and her hair journey. I reached out to her when I found out that she star
I feel like this is such a great subject to talk about. My ideal client. My ideal client has changed over time. When I first started leasing about seven years ago I was all about fashion colors and doing these incredible photoshoots to showcase
For my engagement photos I had booked a color correction with @presleypoe. I had this gnarly golden yellow hair with of course different shades throughout because I'm terrible with upkeep! lol! Well, after seven hours sitting in her chair she t
Welcome MO FO 2021! Who else is excited!? Well, to start off the new year my first episode for 2021 is with someone who I completely admire and respect. I stumbled upon Kristen Varoli’s podcast In Demand Hairstylist and immediately I liked it.
Hey Everyone, I’ve got some BIG NEWS and see you later 2020! 2020 has been a hot mess; uncertainty, feeling down and not quite myself I realized that I needed to re-evaluate with what I’m doing and what I want. I’ve been with 77 Salon for over
Have you ever been in a situation where you're like..."Sh$! this isn't turning out how I want it." Well, I have. Whether the conversation was off and there was miscommunication or I ended up not doing such great work. It's humiliating, humbling
Y'Nique Wright’s (IG @handsgameofficial) journey to becoming a salon owner is an interesting one. Originally from Portland she made the decision to go to North Carolina to not only receive her certification in hairdressing, but before that she
In 2008 the economy crashed. I was going through a painful divorce, my house was going into foreclosure and I was also suffering from an undiagnosed mental illness. From 2008-2009 I was hospitalized three times. Two voluntary and third not. Aft
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work for the stars? You know, do their hair and makeup and be a part of the beauty industry for film? Well, Brittney Ryan (@brittneyryanhair) has over fifteen years of experience in the hair and b
Nina L. Kovner, creator and biz coach of @passionsquared as over twenty-five years of experience in the hair industry. First starting out in beauty school in Falls Church, Va to VP of Global Marketing for Paul Mitchell, she’s pretty much done i
Nicole Hollis has been in the beauty industry for over 10 years. First starting off as a sales rep for Fraxel in LA, a non-invasive laser skin therapy treatment to help diminish lines to working for Salon Centric as a sales rep in Portland, OR
I met Andrea last year when my friend took a curly hair class at her salon. Andrea Neal-Thiesen Owner of Gildedfox Salon has owned her establishment for the last four years. Her salon specializes with curly hair. Please listen to our interview
When I first started my podcast it was to interview salon owners and stylists who have made an impact in the Portland community. I wanted to use this podcast to gain knowledge so that one day I can be a salon owner, but because of the unfortuna
So on my journey to becoming a salon owner I've actually considered a partnership. So what does a partnership entail and how does it work? Well, Josette Arvidson and Ambrosia Carey are co-owners of Auric Salon located on NW 23rd in Portland, OR
For episode 6 I talk about living on the coast, how I moved back to Beaverton, finished my program at Northwest College of Hair Design, and apprenticed at FADA hair salon.
Have you ever worked in a toxic environment? Or have you felt toxic? Well co-author of Fuckery and business owner of Radius Lori Eberly is here to help. Her company focuses on enhancing self-awareness, identifying damaging habits, and fixing br
Team players are my jam. As I mentioned in my earlier episodes I've been doing hair for over thirteen years. I've been in salons where I felt that my efforts were not appreciated or noticed and then I've worked in places where I felt my efforts
I am a huge advocate of hair care products. I've began to research which product line I'd like to carry when I start my salon. Bumble and Bumble was founded by hairdresser and entrepreneur Michael Gordon in the 1970s and has since become one of
For this episode I talk about how I fell into doing hair, what beauty school was like and my journey to becoming an owner.
I start off by telling you a little bit about myself and what led me to becoming a hairstylist. I then take this opportunity to announce the next big step in my career.
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