Owner and colorist; Born and raised in San Francisco's Mission district, Marie was always the one who family and friend came to for color. Encouraged by her grandmother to pursue a career in hair, Marie soon found her true calling. After a brief stint in a smaller salon, she found her way to Cowboys and Angels Salon. Studying under the talented Atis Zulgis, Marie was able to perfect her talent for buttery blondes and rich brunettes. In her 17 years of working in Union Square, she has continued to take advanced training classes at the Bumble and Bumble Academy in New York and the Vidal Sassoon school in Santa Monica. Marie is a mentor to many young colorists and is looking forward to creating a community of talented stylists with Katie Casey at Harper Paige.
Owner and colorist; Katie's decade long career started right after high school when she moved to Santa Monica to attend the prestigious Vidal Sassoon Academy. After graduating from the program, she moved to San Francisco where she began her internship at the well known Cowboys and Angels Salon in Union Square. Katie has been voted best colorist in San Francisco by Allure magazine two years in a row. Ask anyone who sees her for color and they will tell you Katie has a talent for knowing what color best suits you. Having followed her dream of owning her own salon, she hopes to continue to grow and be inspired by the world and the people around her.
As a young girl in Palm Springs, it was obvious that Brandie was destined to do hair. Brandie was never shy about cutting her own hair if it wasn't right and she frequently praticed on her cousins. At 12 she discovered Vouge and fell in love with the hair and costumes used to create the stories. Brandie moved to San Francisco to be near her favorite aunt and soon after got a job at the S.F. Opera in the costume department. During her time at the opera she found herself gravitating toward the hair more then the clothes, and decided to go to beauty school. Since beginning her journey more than a decade ago, Brandie has quickly become a favorite of everyone from hipster to housewives.
Her style is a gypsy Stevie nicks meets California casual.
She draws her inspiration from Pattie Smith, Anita Pallenberg, and Diane Keaton (circa 1970). When Brandie is not doing hair, she enjoys making custom natural perfumes and exploring the natural beauty the bay area has to offer.
Sarah found her passion as a stylist at the Gene Juarez Salon in Seattle Washington. As she studied under longtime mentor Christophe Soltane, she became inspired by his professionalism, his passion, and his vision for the craft. After spending four years building a strong career and finding herself as a stylist, it was time for a new challenge. Abandoning the comforts of home and moving to San Francisco was the next step. She drew inspiration from the many artistic minds and beauty this city has to offer. Finding a home at Harper Paige, Sarah is excited to bring her passion for the industry and to grow as an artist.
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