Marian Ha

A proud native of San Francisco and mother of two, Marian has been hairdressing since 2003. After 16 years in the "biz," her love of doing hair is stronger than ever. She continues to develop her craft - taking classes to expand her understanding of the razor, scissors, and hair coloring. Marian has been fortunate enough to work and learn from some of the most talented stylists in the industry. "The best part of the job is meeting and connecting with so many amazing people. It's a bonus to also make them feel good about their hair."


 

 

Paul Laxton

I first started playing with hair at a very young age. Dolls, my sister, friends. Anyone who would ask me to do their hair I would. Shaved sides, purple dye and hair sprayed bangs before the S.A.T.s. Leopard print hair at on Santa Monica Blvd. I have always had a curiosity about image and have tried to be fearless about it. Having worked almost exclusively in the beauty industry since high school it continues to feel like the right place to be.

**Paul is currently not accepting new clients.


 

 

Yelly Brandon

I've been doing hair in San Francisco since 2003. It sounds really simple, but I get great satisfaction from finding a hair cut and/or color that really suits someones personality, hair texture, and lifestyle, in a way that seems relaxed, authentic, and just right.  I delight in seeing people leave the salon feeling good in their skin. A surprise benefit of doing hair is connecting with all sorts of people and conversing about what it is to be alive, from laughter to challenge and everything in between. 

 

 

David Reposar

David Reposar is known around the world as the HAIRSOLDIER, a fabulously fierce commando in the land of glam.  His extraordinary talents in haircutting, styling, and coloring are legendary. He has worked his hair magic on movie stars, musicians, and many of the beautiful people of New York, London, and San Francisco, where he currently bivouacs.  He recently returned from a world tour with Lady Gaga on her Glam Team, and is often in the trenches with his arsenal of hair, makeup, and styling for fashion shoots, extra-special events, and very fortunate brides.  This versatile fashion veteran is the HAIRSOLDIER ready to parachute in to any situation with professionalism and speed.  The skill is his, but the gorgeous result is yours when you recruit the HAIRSOLDIER! 


 

 

Preston Nesbit

Preston has a life long love for beauty, glamour, and everything that sparkles. He’s been in the hair and beauty industry for over a decade and thrills at making his clients feel gorgeous. As a stylist, Preston has trained in precision cutting and numerous color application techniques, and he continues to educate himself in the latest cutting and color trends. Preston is also an accomplished hair and makeup artist for both commercial and editorial photoshoots and video for print, the web, and television. 


 

 

Laurel Landgraf

Laurel Landgraf is a Bay Area native who started her hairstyling career in 2005. Since then she has been honing her cutting and color skills behind the chair in downtown San Francisco. She’s been lucky enough to learn from some of the best in the business and is always continuing her education. Her favorite part about her job is connecting with clients and bringing out their smile. Laurel is currently not accepting new clients while she spends more time with her two kids and two dogs. Please check back later or email her at laurel.landgraf@gmail.com to get on her waiting list.

 

 

Holly Howard

With more than 15 years of professional experience, I have worked internationally and throughout California (e.g. Big Sur, Napa Valley, Palm Springs) for weddings, special events, and photoshoots. My work has been featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, 7x7, and Sactown magazines, and I was a stylist for Ford Models modeling agency during their years in San Francisco, working with management to develop looks for emerging and established models. I regularly do catalog and website work, including Pottery Barn, Sephora, Benefits Cosmetics, Chronicle Books, and Gymboree.