To stand atop the Eifel Tower in Paris and enjoy the city’s view is the dream of many. It emotes the same sense of accomplishment that Sarah Myers feels each day when she goes to work. After years of climbing up the business ladder she reached its highest point by becoming owner of Salon Envy, 20 S. Tippecanoe Drive.
The Eifel Tower is a central theme to the décor of Salon Envy, which opened in late October, and is Myers first foray into owning business. Her journey towards having her own salon began when she received her license from MVCTC (Miami Valley Career Technology Center). Myers then worked for eight years as a stylist at a renowned salon & day spa in Centerville, during most of that time she also educated future stylists. In 2009, Myers began teaching at a leading national beauty school while serving as a stylist at a Huber Heights salon. Then finally her dream was realized with Salon Envy, and she holds a deep regard for all the effort extended towards reaching the top. “Salon Envy is the product of 11 years of hard work, perseverance, and above all, fabulous style,” said Myers.
A social person, an aspect of her profession that Myers most enjoys is interacting with her clients. The entire staff strives to brighten each customer both inside and out. “I like to make people happy and to feel good about themselves. We’re all like a little family here, talking to our clients and each others,” she said.
Salon Envy provides a full array of services, in addition to any hair needs, they offer manicures, pedicures, waxing, and massages. Men, women and children of all ages are welcome. An assortment of beauty products are also available for purchase.
A staff of four stylists currently makes up Salon Envy, as with Myers is Sara Jeffries, Sidney Henry and Angie Christian. All have at least 9 years of experience. There are positions for two more stylists that Myers is looking to fill.
Walk-ins are taken, but appointments are preferred and can be made online at www.schedulicity.com or by calling 877-1208. Hours are Monday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuesday-Thursday 10 a.m.-8p.m. Friday 9 a.m. -4p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Closed Sunday.
Source: The Tippecanoe Gazette