Closing a Chapter

To my wonderful clients and all of the clients of Salon Trio,

I have been extremely blessed and grateful to have been apart of Salon Trio for almost 4 amazing years. Katey, Jess, and Elanna have created such an amazing space filled with love, laughter, and friendship that I have and will always cherish. It is with a heavy heart that I announce that I have given my resignation, and my last day will be Saturday, April 15, 2017. I am overwhelmed by all the love and support that I have received from my fellow stylists (I’d call them family), as well as my loyal clients (friends). It is my time to move on and find what it is out there that feeds my soul.

It is very hard for me to leave a place so beautiful and a dynamic so perfect based on a gut feeling that this is my time. The past almost 4 years at Trio have been nothing short of amazing! My analogy is that I am renting a beautiful apartment that I love, and there is nothing else like it– but I need to start to consider about investing in a home. I need to start thinking about how I need to invest in myself and my family.

I have had a big year of many changes. I feel like this past year has been a lot for me to keep up with as many of you may know. I definitely had a lot on my plate. I felt like I couldn’t focus with all of the things I had distracting me. I hated feeling like my mind was in so many places at once. It made me feel like I could not give my best and full undivided attention to everyone. I began burning out trying to manage every aspect of my business while trying to juggle all the tasks I had in my personal life. For that, I want to apologize. I must thank all of you for sticking with me through it all and providing me with nothing but love and support. I hope that I have given the same to many of you through our journey.

My immediate plan is to end a chapter before I start a new one. I feel as though I was not ready to look at what is out there until I did what I am doing nowIt would have felt deceptive. The salon is one big family. We love and respect all of our clients along with each other. Trio is nothing but love. That’s what makes it so much harder to move on. I plan on getting all my ducks in a row and playing a little catch up with my life. Then, I will go venture out and find my next perfect fit. I want to be picky about my next move. I am extremely lucky to be in a place where I can do that. I am truly sorry for those that will be inconvenienced for the time being. My hope is you will understand and hopefully find me again when my feet hit the ground. I am super excited and looking forward to that day.

For now, I will be doing hair at the salon until Saturday, April 15. Salon Trio will gladly accommodate those who would like to stay if their schedules can permit it. There are no hard feelings to anyone that does; it is certainly understandable! If they can’t get you an appointment and you are struggling to find a stylist you can trust please do not hesitate to reach out to me. I have many amazing hairstylist friends in the community that I would highly refer.  Meanwhile, I will be trying to work on my own brand. I am THRILLED to be styling some beautiful brides that I have booked this summer and fall! Also, I’ll be doing hair for my close friends and family that don’t mind bending over the kitchen sink for a short while.

To Katey, Jess, and Elanna,  I am so blessed to have become so close with you. For the past 6 years, you have been such a huge part of my life. You have created the most  beautiful atmosphere filled with warmth and love. You have grown and maintained a kick ass salon and created a wonderful reputation for your name. You ladies have done an incredible job bringing your dreams to fruition and you inspire me to do the same! You took me in as apart of your tribe, and I am forever grateful to have been a part of that. It seems like yesterday that Trios’ Journey began, and I got the call that you built a salon. I felt so special and lucky when you told me you had kept me in mind, and there was booth with my name on it– if I was ready. I remember thinking it was the most beautiful salon I had ever stepped foot in! I remember crying tears of joy knowing the timing was so perfect. I remember being nervous to take the leap of faith to booth rent but knew I would be fine because you three believed in me, and I’d have you by my side (literally! Ha!). I can honestly say I wouldn’t be who I am or where I am now without you.  You have always encouraged me to go outside of my comfort zone and get after it; I appreciate and value that! Thank you for understanding and always wanting the best for me. Thank you for your continuous support, love, and friendship though it all. I have never had a salon experience so healthy and beautiful. I will always treasure our camaraderie. I love you three so very much.

Thank you again to all of you that have been a part of the ride. I feel privileged to have met and connected with so many wonderful people! I will miss so many of you in the day to day life at Trio. I will miss all my time with the girls, their families and the guests of Salon Trio. I cherish all my time I’ve gotten to spend with you all and the many friendships I have made there. I hope many of you stay in touch!

So for now, stay tuned…

All my best,
Siobhan

6 thoughts on “Closing a Chapter”

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