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Women in Business: Hair Cellar


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I'm Lisa Johnson from Orangeville Utah. Owner and stylist of the Hair Cellar.

I'm fortunate to be working with the Emery and Carbon County residents for 14 years. I received my cosmetology license in Oregon in 1985. I've received certificates in Creative Hair Color and Corrective Hair color, Scruples Hair Academy, Peerless Color Society, Retro Hair Educator, Matrix Craft and Loreal Color Knowledge Lab.

I'm still excited to be in this profession that is so creative and fun. It is a priority of mine to keep up education that offers the current styles, color techniques, and cuts. It keeps my job exciting and fun.

My salon has a variety of hair products to offer, such as Scruples, Matrix, Moroccan Oil, Retro and Joico Mediceuticals is available for those who have a scalp disorder or thinning hair.

I do have a 28 bulb Sunvision tanning bed with a selection of Australian Gold lotions to accelerate your tan while protecting your skin. Self tanning lotions are also available. Hours for tanning are 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

If you're looking for a relaxing place to go for the current style and cut, extreme hair cut and bold color, or maybe you'd prefer a subtle change with a few low lights or high lights to accentuate a feature, then I invite you to Lisa's Hair Cellar. A salon for women, men and children.

Lori Rasmussen is also available for appointments. Call today for an appointment or free consultation. We do schedule late appointments for your convenience. (435)748-2522. Lisa's Hair Cellar is located at 65 E. Center St. Orangeville.

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