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Business Profile: Elizabeth Christiansen

Elizabeth Christiansen

Hair stylist at

Fresh Image Salon

1411 Postal Road

702-375-1835

Age: 50

Years in business: 20

Background: “I am a color specialist and I learned from a master colorist. I use a hair-bond building system to reconstruct and preserve the integrity in the hair. It is used for damaged hair. I use Peter Coppola’s keratin smoothing system. I also do a Brazilian blowout to straighten the hair. I have been in Pahrump for 12 years. I spent some time in a California-based salon. I had an interest in hair as a young child when I styled my Uncle Charlie’s combover.”

First job: “I worked at Wendy’s.”

Personal: “I like bodybuilding and used to compete. I once got third in show, and I hope to start doing that again.”

Business climate: “What keeps people coming back to me is my consistency. I try to keep the integrity of their hair always intact. My clients are more than just clients, they are my friends. I truly care about them and I still have clients that I used to do in Las Vegas. I take pride in my work and it is my name on their hair. I always listen to my clients and do what makes them happy because at the end of the day it’s their hair and they have to be happy.”

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