Regina

Owner / Stylist

Q: How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Too long for the math to add up and still be 29. . . again. . . and again.

Q: What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I just plain love working with hair in general. I adore working on blondes because of the subtle variance of tones that can make huge impact. I love creating an interplay of light hues and shine that make the hair look sunlit from within.

I also like working with long hair, whether it be making hair long by adding extensions, creating a cut that will bring out the best in someone’s features and texture or simply blow-drying beautiful long hair.

Q: What would you say you’re a master at?

A: My diploma says I’m a master in business, but my heart says I’m a master in fabulous hair.

Q: What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I can’t limit it to just one, impossible. . .

I can’t live without my boar bristle brushes with the cork handles. They have the perfect amount of bristle rows and leave hair feeling glorious.

Kerastase OleoRelax Serum redefined my life as a stylist and I have not been without it in my toolbox for almost a decade.

My other must have is Kevin Murphy’s Fresh Hair because it takes the Vegas out of your hair (for when you’ve had a wild time) and it also adds grip, grit and texture for when a girl needs a little extra oomph (and for me, that’s every day).

Q: What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: A Bombshell is a person that knows how to work with what the good Lord gave them!

Jennifer

Owner / Esthetician

Q:  How Long have you been turning out fabulous skin?

A:  25 years.  Yes… I started when I was 12.

Q:  What type of skin do you love working with?

A:  I love the challenge of aging skin and being able to turn back time!  We are so fortunate now to have such great products and procedures (non-invasive) available that make such a huge difference.  I love playing with and using all my machines and different products to customize and create just the right treatment.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A:   The Works Facials where I get to give you all I’ve got!  Also Permanent Makeup I have created a faux lip enhancement procedure that is pretty great.

Q:  What skin product or tool could you not live with out?

A:   Where do I begin?  Products: peptide serum and lip gloss or some lip product.  Tool:   my “Time Machines” the Venus freeze, LED lights and my NuFace Micro-Current.

Q:  What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A:  A confident, radiant beauty inside and out.

Alisa

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Eight plus years.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: My favorite hair to do is a complete transformation, hair that makes a client really “feel” good about themselves. Like these fabulous EasiLengths extensions…amazing results!

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: Constantly challenging myself with new technology and education.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: Oleo Relax Slim…to tame those wild unruly locks!

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Constantly striving to become a master at my craft through awareness and education, so I have the tools to make every client walk out of the salon grinning from ear to ear.

Christena

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: For 9 fabulous years!

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I love working with all types of hair. I really have fun creating that “Victoria’s Secret” hair! Creating body and movement with the cut, color and style.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: Blending multiple colors to create a natural look for the hair.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: Curling iron! It’s so versatile. You can straighten, curl, wave and create volume. Wait, it may be a toss up with my blow dryer. I never leave home without it.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: When I think of the word Bombshell, I picture the women of the past, such as Brigette Bardot, Marilyn, Ava Gardner. They all had confidence, that’s sexy. Modern day Bombshells exude the same confidence, are put together effortlessly and of course have fabulous hair!

Courtney

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Six years I have been doing fabulous hair, keeping up on the latest in the hair and fashion industry.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: Long sexy hair.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: I would say I have a well-trained eye for color.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I can’t live without a texturizing powder to add volume and lift at the root and I always finish any blow dry with an elixir on the ends to help with hydration and smoothness.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Bursts of magic.

Dulce

Stylist

Q: How long have you been turning out fabulous hair? 

A: 1998

Q: What kind of hair do you love working with? 

A: I love working with all types of hair from short to long and from straight to curly.

Q: What would you say you’re a master at? 

A: I’m a master of haircutting! I was trained with the French method of cutting which creates beautiful lines and it accentuates the client’s best features.

Q: What hair product/tool can you not live without? 

A: I can’t live without Staying Alive by Kevin Murphy. It’s a great leave in spray that conditions your hair without weighing it down. It’s great for both men and women! I can’t live without my blowdryer.

Q: What does the word Bombshell mean to you? 

A: What Bombshell means to me is beauty with a touch of class.

Kara

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Just about nine years. The beginning of my career I was part of an amazing team and advanced training assistant program with Di Pietro Todd Salon in San Francisco. I then moved back to Seattle, joined Coupe Rokei Salon and really nailed down my training.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: Really everything. That’s the beauty of doing hair… every client has something different. It keeps you on your toes!  If I had to pick one… I love making blondes BLONDER!

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: I would say listening, getting to know my clients’ style, really understanding what they want and if it will work for them. In the end, creating a cut and color that makes them feel their best walking out the door and in everyday life.  A clients’ smile is priceless!

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I’m obsessed with Kevin Murphy Hair Resort spray and my Enzo Milano curling rod. They go hand in hand.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Be true to who you are, keep an open mind and the rest just falls into place.

Kelly

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: I started doing hair in 1983 in Seattle. In 2000 I moved to California and have been doing hair ever since.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I’ve been doing hair for so long that there’s nothing I don’t like or don’t do. I love a variety of hair, that’s what keeps me creative. From long to short, straight to curly, dark to light. I have fun giving guys a change. Sometimes they get stuck and need a little help being creative.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: Being that I’ve always had long hair, I’ve mastered cutting and maintaining it. I’ve also really educated myself in cutting long curly hair and curly hair in general. No hair is too curly for me!

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I love working with oil in the hair. It gives the shine back that a lot of times we lose due to elements of heat, sun and chemicals. The Style Winder is my new favorite tool. It gives the hair the “New Hollywood Red Carpet Look” with a few turns and in a few minutes it looks great not only for everyday hair but also for that special event.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Bombshell means quality hair. Everyone here is very well educated in cutting and coloring. The salon has a great vibe with nice new energy. The staff is always friendly and helpful.

Kyme

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: 15 years = 6 years back stage and industry work plus 9 years in-salon work.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I love working with all types of hair.  But, I find transforming fine, dry, limp hair or defining thick, coarse hair through color, treatments and style is most rewarding.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A:  …

  • Creative short to medium length cuts
  • Natural depth and light coloring
  • Red coloring
  • Asian hair
  • Extensions and wig work
  • Men’s cuts

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: Right now the shot treatments from Kerastase are my absolute favorite. “Shots for all,” I say because it’s moldable transformation of the hair and its immediate needs.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Bombshell to me means freedom and absolute love for the craft. I feel the sky is the limit for me here.

Leslie

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: 11 years since 2001.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I love all of my blondies!

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: Color. I can do it all, but my passion is creating beautiful looks with hair color.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: Hmmmm. It’s hard to just choose one! I would say Kerastase Elixir Ultime & my blow dryer.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: When I heard that word I think of a sexy woman! Bombshell = SEXY!

Maria

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: 12 years.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: Long, straight or curly.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: Listening to a client’s wants/needs and determining the best way to achieve their goal.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: My Bombshell curling wand.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Put together, head to toe.

Melissa

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Eeeeek! I have been doing hair for 16 years!

Q: What kind of  hair do you love working with?

A: I love all kinds of hair of course! However, my favorite type of hair to work with is thick hair with body. You can just do so much with it!

Q: What would you say you’re a master at?

A: What am I a master at? Well it has been my life goal to become a master at hair and it is something I will always strive towards.

Q: What hair product/tool can you not live without?

A: I absolutely CANNOT live without my flat iron! You can straighten with it, you can curl with it and you can have wave with it. It is such a universal tool!

Q: What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: To me a bombshell is a confident, independent woman who embraces her feminine side and sexuality.

Roxy

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A:  I am going on seven wonderful years.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A:  I can’t just pick one.  I love working with every type of hair!

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A:  I really love doing everything!  There’s nothing too big or too small.  I will make it my priority to listen and guide my clients to make sure we achieve something fabulous!

Q:  What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A:  I can’t live without my dry shampoo and curling iron.

Q:  What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A:  Feeling amazing, confident and sexy.

Susanna

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: I’ve been a stylist for 19 years and I have worked in the Encinitas area for 14 years.
Most of my career has been spent working at Detour Salon and now I am very happy to be at Bombshell.

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I love performing the George Michael Haircut on long hair; straight or curly.
It’s fabulous for those clients with long hair and a lot of split ends that don’t want to loose the length.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: I have 10 years experience and I am a Master Yuko & Bio-Ionic Specialist.
I also love cutting and coloring and have learned from various academies around the U.S.
I began my education with Vidal Sasson Academy of Santa Monica where I learned the art of precise haircuts and Jamison Shaw Hairdressers in Atlanta Georgia where I learned the techniques of French cutting. I then went to New York and continued my education with Bumble & Bumble and Redkin Exchange where I learned color dimension and current styling trends.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I cannot live without a leave in conditioner, hairspray and texture wax.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: Respecting each other and teamwork. Someone who is inspiring and beautiful.

Tovi

Stylist

Q: How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: Six years!

Q: What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: I love blondes and red heads!! The ultimate Bombshells!

Q: What would you say you’re a master at?

A: I love color, but I also really enjoy doing weddings. I find myself specializing in blondes and long hair.

Q:  What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I would say that the Kerastase Elixir Ultime is my favorite and can’t live without it. Whether blow drying my hair or leaving it wet this product always leaves your hair soft and smelling amazing!

Q: What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A:  Bombshell means to me always fabulous, always extraordinary, always you!

Yvette

Stylist

Q:  How long have you been turning out fabulous hair?

A: I have been doing hair for 8 years and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon!

Q:  What kind of hair do you love working with?

A: Long, short, curly or straight.

Q:  What would you say you’re a master at?

A: I feel that color can compliment a haircut, therefore I love cutting and coloring.

Q:   What hair product/ tool can you not live without?

A: I’m quite attached to my hot tools: such as my flat and curling irons.

Q:   What does the word Bombshell mean to you?

A: When a woman looks and feels radiant from the inside out.