Wedding Specialists: Copycat Salon

Hair & Makeup Services

 

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Bride with hair and makeup done by copycat salon

Photo by Megan Martin

 

When Shaina Ramsey envisioned her dream job, it involved doing something she loved while also having a flexible schedule to be present with her family. As owner and founder of Copycat Salon, which officially opened in August 2020, Ramsey has just that. Aveda-trained and with four years in the hair and makeup industry behind her, Ramsey offers a skilled hand to local brides in search of a top-notch beauty team.   

At Copycat Salon, clients can choose from a number of hair services, including hair styling, cutting, and coloring, as well as makeup services for weddings and other special events. Never one to shy away from new opportunities, Ramsey has also discovered a market for beauty classes. “I offer classes on makeup application, skincare, and hair specifically for trans-racial adoptions,” she adds. 

 

bride and groom kissing

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Whether providing a simple haircut, a brand-new color, or the works, Ramsey strives to make all her clients feel like their most beautiful selves. “My favorite part about providing hair and makeup services is enhancing my clients’ natural beauty,” Ramsey says. “When I’m asked to describe my style, I always say ‘natural’ because my ultimate goal is for my clients to feel like themselves.”

While brides make up a significant part of Ramsey’s clientele, she loves getting to work with clients from all walks of life and hearing their stories. In fact, one of the most unique aspects of Ramsey’s business is her “Look Good, Do Good” philosophy. “We actually match every service for someone in need,” she explains. “Giving back is very close to my heart, and it’s important to me that I help underserved members of our community.”

 

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Shaina Ramsey

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Top Tips:

  1. Schedule a trial for your hair and makeup.
  2. If you don’t already have one, start a skincare routine a few months before the wedding.
  3. Meet your vendors, and make sure they fit you!