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Sadie - Owner + Stylist

As an American Board Certified Haircolorist, Sadie is passionate about creating the best color and cut combination for her guests. She believes it's not just hair, it's art.

Sadie entered the cosmetology industry in 2008 and aims to perfect her art through continued education. She founded Shear Wisdom as a single chair studio salon and recently expanded to a new location offering an all natural refill bar and an educational opportunity for stylists. Her love for hair and the health of our planet come together elegantly in this one of a kind sustainable salon.

Outside of the salon Sadie enjoys spending quality time with her dogs, Muji and Corben, and prioritizes her friends and family. You'll often find her supporting local restaurants and breweries or paddle boarding at Bear Creek.

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JACQUE - STYLIST

Jacque's commitment to sustainable practices that promote the health of your hair and scalp makes her fit right in with our sustainable salon. She has a distinct eye for detail whether it be with cuts or color she strives to make you look and feel your best.

When she's not creating the perfect look for her clients, this New York native spends her time with her two children enjoying all Colorado has to offer from concerts, to gardening, to spending time in the mountains.

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Maegan - Stylist

Maegan is a passionate hairstylist who believes in the power of a personalized style. With an exceptional attention to detail and a keen eye for color and symmetry, She works to create unique looks that showcase the individuality of each guest. Wether it's a bold and vibrant color transformation or a sleek and modern cut, Maegan takes pride in crafting hairstyles that not only enhance natural beauty but also reflect personal style.

When Maegan isn't busy creating stunning hairstyles, you'll likely find her cheering on her kids in various sports activities. Additionally, She possesses a profound love for nature and enjoys fishing, foraging mushrooms and exploring the mountains. 

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