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Yolanda "Yoli" Dupree

My mom says that when I was 3 years old, I told her that I wanted to be a hairstylist.  I don't remember that, but I do remember loving everything about hair and all of the styles that you could create with it.  I have loved styling hair from my days with Barbie dolls, My Pretty Curls baby doll, and my favorite Christmas present, the Barbie mannequin doll head.   After high school, I attended Arnold International University of Cosmetology , a Pivot Point School.

My career has span over 30 years and it has been exciting and very rewarding.  I have learned to adapt to the changing seasons of life; marriage, motherhood, death of friends and family, etc. all while juggling my career.  Three things have remained constant: My faith in God, my unending dedication to family and my love for hair.    

What's important most to me is the satisfaction of my clients. I educate my clients on what's best for their hair but ultimately, the final decision is the clients'. If I can't do something, I will tell you! If I don't think that it's healthy for your hair, I won't do it. If you don't like something, I will do my best to correct it. Customer satisfaction is #1!


Being a creative hairstylist is the precious gift that God gave me and I believe that I give him glory when I use it to make you smile.


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