Savannah Curbelo-Thomas Follows Her Passion

Excerpt from Voyage Dallas Magazine – May 15, 2019

“This is what I want to do… hair. I really want to do hair.” I was in the 10th grade and had styled a couple of girlfriends and my own hair for prom. Shortly after, my bestie let me cut her hair on my bedroom floor. (Thanks Linds, haha.) Once I felt that creative energy, I was in love. Really from the time I could walk, I was stealing lipstick and high heels from my mom and Abuela. You see… I’m half Cuban and we Cuban women are EXTRA! It was meant to be haha. So, I did pursue some traditional college education after high school but I just couldn’t figure out what could keep me motivated. I was bored. And I needed a change. At this point, I was a single mom of soon to be two kids and I needed to make some money and I knew I needed to be in control of my success at this point also. I had to be real with myself and really ask what it meant to ME to be successful. I enrolled in cosmetology school. This time, I was going to choose passion over security and it’s one of the best decisions I have ever made.

 So, essentially, I am a half social artist, half mad scientist. Over the course of my career, I have spent the majority of my time doing lightening services ie balayage, foiling, global bleaching, and color correcting with a wide range of cutting techniques. I am probably most known for my honesty and my head massages! Haha. I mean once you get a relaxing head massage, does anything else really matter? I think what I am most proud of as a brand are my creative and scientific approaches while improving the hairs health. The trust that you build with your clients when they know you have their best interest at heart is irreplaceable.

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Posted on August 22, 2019 .