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Tresse FX has new owners Print E-mail
Written by Marge Woodfin, Pilot staff writer   
April 14, 2010 05:00 am

Tresse FX Inc. the fashionable beauty salon at 16340 Lower Harbor Road at the Port of Brookings Harbor has new owners and a new manager. The new owners, mother and daughter Debbie and Destiny Wesel and business partner Steve Poponi celebrated the changeover with a grand opening March 19.

Destiny, who graduated from Brookings Harbor High School in 2008, is the new manager. She said she always wanted to be cosmetologist and, after training at Pass Phagan Cosmetology in Grants Pass, received her license in October 2009.

Destiny said that her mother, who is a licensed cosmetologist, was the inspiration that made her want to follow in her mother’s footsteps.

She is happy with her career choice. “It’s fun,” she said. Although she admitted that coloring is her favorite process, she said that she enjoys doing all hair styles.

Destiny said that she and her peppy young crew are looking forward to bringing new clientele into the shop by providing an enticing, fun and comfortable atmosphere.

Looking to the future, the young manager said that she wants to add space to make facials available for their customers.

Although Debbie does not work in the shop, she is available for help and encouragement and she does the bookkeeping.

For information, or to make an appointment, call 541-469-9677.

Destiny and crew promise to give attentive service and have a good time doing it.

 

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