Princeton Times


November 26, 2012

Sixty-three years of styling experience bring Shears 2 U

PRINCETON — With two hair stylists with a combined total of 63 years of experience, the Shears T U salon on Oakvale Road is only new as a business.

Linda Joyce, who has 37 years of hairstyling experience, said recently, "We offer any type of hair services, nail services, hair product and nail product, plus we have a tanning bed."
In addition to Joyce, 26-year veteran hair stylist Regina Church and nail technician Kaila Ball work there.

Joyce and Church united their salon business a couple of years ago, when they joined forces on Thorn Street. Last spring, the business moved to Oakvale Road, where they seized the opprotunity to expand the offerings available at Shears 2 U.

Recently, Ball, who is a nail technician and Church's daughter, also became a part of the business that offers a friendly relaxed atmosphere for its patrons.

The business is located at 316 Oakvale Road, behind Belinda's Flowers. It is open Monday through Saturday through appointment.

Joyce said the best part of her job is "being with people and being able to make them happy and feeling good about their lives."

Call 304-487-5655 or 304-920-5086 for an appointment.
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