Our Mission – Wyomissing Hair Studio is a diverse team of passionate hair architects providing exceptional service while building lasting relationships.
WHS believes that clients receive the greatest value when the stylist is both an artist and a professional – a person who is creative, a skilled craftsman, a problem-solver, understanding human relationships, yet also grasps fundamentals, management challenges, how to realize opportunities, and work in a team environment.
I made the decision that I wanted to go into a business on my own. My passion is educating and mentoring young stylists, so I wanted to create an environment where they could flourish.
Kat specializes in color, having won a “best overall color” award during a live hair competition.
Sarah specializes in dimensional color and has a strong background and passion for trendy, edgy haircuts and styles.
Judy has been in the hair industry for 34 years. She graduated from the Bryland School of Cosmetology in 1983 and started out as a nail tech.
Jennifer’s first foray in hair was a simple and precise chin length bob that she gave herself at 12 years of age.
Heather’s passion for hair started in high school when she literally worked on the entire senior class’ hair for their yearly talent show.
Chrissy attended Berks Career & Technology Center and received her license in 1994. She launched her career at Barry Lloyds
Ali Daniels joined WHS in February of 2015. Ali’s love of hair, makeup, and fashion led her to attend Empire Beauty School in 2004.
Caela Cummings graduated from the Berks Career and Technology Center in June 2015.
Scott started his journey at the Randy Rick Beauty Academy, graduating in 1998, and has spent the past 17 years honing his craft.
Ashley joined the Wyomissing Hair Studio in November 2015. Initially she competed in district competitions for beauty and theatrical makeup which stoked a passion for the beauty industry within her.
Sam holds a Global Studies degree from Penn State Berks. She had always wanted to be an Archaeologist. After completing her schooling she realized she needed a break and that the traditional path to go to grad school did not appeal to her…