Appointments will only be taken until August 22nd!
Dear clients of Madd About Hair,
I regret to inform you that I will be closing my business. This has not been an easy decision to make in any way, so I hope that you can understand it. I have had the privilege of having the best clients on the face of the earth. I love the relationships I have built with each and every one of you. When I started Madd About Hair, I had just gotten my cosmetology license, I was fresh out of Beauty School, and you all took a chance on the “newbie”. I am forever grateful for that chance you all took.
I want to be 100% honest with you guys during this transition in my life. Doing hair is something that I love doing, but I have decided not to make a career out of it. I am going to close my business and take some time away to decide where I really want to go with my life.
When I got out of highschool, I didn't want to go to school for another 4 years to be a teacher like I had originally planned. I wanted to have a job and start working the first chance I could, so I then decided trade school was where to start. I grew up in a salon with my mom doing nails and it was something I had always thought about doing, so I dove in head first. The year I spent in Beauty School was a hard one where I had the thought “is this really what I want to do?” so many times. The environment of my beauty school wasn’t always the healthiest. You have a ton of girls in a building together for 40 hours a week. There is bound to be drama, and you are never going to get along with everyone. Being in school 40 hours a week also meant it was hard to have any source of income. I cracked it up to being in an unhealthy environment that lead me to those thoughts.
I thought once I was out working on my own I would find my happiness. The toughest part is, although I have always been proud of the work I do, it was not what I was enjoying. I was enjoying the clients I was spending time with. I always say that I am a people person, because I love creating new relationships. There was times I got home and felt I had a better day at work because of the clients I got to talk to that day, not because of my work. I started out running my own business, and none of it has been an easy process. I dont want it to look like I am running away from the struggles of owning a small business, I just don’t think that at this time in my life it’s the right choice for me. I may decide later on that I still want to do hair, who knows!
I understand that a lot of you will not support this decision I am making in my life, and I do respect that. I hope you can understand that I am choosing to be happy in life right now. Maybe I am just young and don’t see the big picture, maybe I am just in a tough spot, there’s a lot of maybes that I have thought about over and over again, but right now to move forward in life I have to move away from Madd About Hair. I have found a family in the clientele and I hope to stay in contact with many of you via Facebook, Instagram, Text, Email, whatever it may be! My last day will be August 22, and I do have appointments available up until that day. After that, I would be happy to recommend many of the stylists that work in my salon to you.
If you have purchased a Groupon Voucher and will not be able to use it before the 22nd, please contact Groupon to receive a refund.
I appreciate all of the support you all have given me when I took a chance to start this small little hair business, and I appreciate all your support moving forward!