- Full Name: Salt Spring Island Hair Studio
- Location: Lancer Building
- Phone: 778-353-2244
- Expires: 22 days, 4 hours
We would like to warmly welcome Holly Scott to our team!
Hailing from the Okanagan, Holly is an award winning Stylist with 14 years behind the chair. She has experience educating, competing, and runway work for New York Fashion Week. She has travelled to Montreal, London, San Diego and LA for work and education to push her creative edge.
Holly’s fun loving charm will have you instantly comfortable while her thoughtful listening and attention to detail will put you right at ease and have you feeling relaxed and pampered when you leave. She believes easy styling comes from having a great haircut and loves helping clients embrace their natural texture by creating a haircut that suits each clients unique needs, personal style, and hair type. Men, this includes you too!
Her favourite look to create this season is a beautiful ‘lived in’ style with balayage and soft blended layers for movement and soft volume.
Follow her work on Instagram holly.stylist
You may book online at http://www.saltspringhair.com
or call 778-353-2244
helping you discover your True Beauty
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I don’t think there are meaningful answers to the questions you have raised. I think the actual vision for Salt Spring is still best articulated in the Islands Trust object: “to preserve and protect the environment and amenities of the Gulf Islands for all British Columbians.” I haven’t heard any articulation of another vision for […]
First, please just grab a coffee and sit on a bench in centennial park, or have a seat at Barb’s or T’J’s or in your own kitchen, and hear me out.. actually, in this case, read me out. Let’s put the “fearmongering” accusation aside for just a moment and explore the factual relationship of development […]
What an opportunity we have before us! We have a chance to truly express who we are, our past and importantly, our values as they relate to our future. Now we have the opportunity to dispel the undeserved title: C.A.V.E. dwellers (Citizens Against Virtually Everything) by spearheading the measured and exciting change that will propel […]
For me the Sept 9th referendum is a vote of order-vs-chaos. Salt Spring’s quaint hodge-podge of electoral and improvement districts represents anything but order, in my opinion. It’s a creature with many tentacles but no brain. Just look around: No acceptable traffic plan in Fulford village; inadequately marked walking trails; none of the roads leading […]
Listen to the wisdom of our elders: Harold Swierenga, has been a Co-op Farm Director, Commercial Farmer, Economics Professor, and has a ton experience in local governance. 8 years experience as municipal councillor and reeve of municipality in Ontario. Served as Warden (head) of Lanark County Council. Served as a director of Federation of Canadian […]
In The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, Charles Eisenstein very clearly distinguishes that we are in the process of transitioning from an Old Economy, that ensures our demise, to a New Economy that is essential, not optional, if we are to survive as a species. (He is very clear that the transition […]
Salt Spring is in the midst of an incorporation campaign as everyone on our island knows. But who else knows? I love all our Gulf Islands and want to protect them all from over and inappropriate development. I have a hard time abiding views of others who can only see what is good for them […]
The Final Incorporation Study Report repeats, at least eight times, that Salt Spring taxpayers put pay $90,000 more per year into the in Provincial Rural Taxes than they get back in road works. How accurate is this? The report estimates that an average of $1,360,000 was spent annually in routine maintenance in recent years, or […]
A group of ex-Fire Board Trustees have written a letter to the current trustees chastising them for not coming out in favour of incorporation after an attempt was made to strong arm them to do so. Our current trustees sensibly waited to hear what the “no” folks had to say. That group didn’t ask the […]