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Tribeca Salon Services Takes on Q&A’s with Naperville Patch!!

Tribeca Salon Services - Salon Services that Come to You – Serving the Naperville & Surrounding Suburbs!!

The salon experience coming to clients in the comfort of their own home!! 

Tribeca Salon Services is very excited to have the opportunity to join The Patch and is excited to answer all of your hair and makeup questions!! We will be blogging every Tuesday and would love to answer any questions you may have!! Please send your questions to Tribecaprm1@aol.com and we will be sure to answer them and feature them in our blog!!

Who is Tribeca Salon Services?

Tribeca Salon Services offers professional salon services in the comfort and privacy of your home, office or bridal suite. Tribeca Salon Services offers a wide variety of services such as hair cutting, hair color, Up do's and makeup artistry. Tribeca Salon Services also specializes in bridal and special event hair and makeup. (Available for out of state weddings)

Patty McGuire is the owner of Tribeca Salon Services, with over 18 years of experience in the industry.  Patty is a passionate and creative hairdresser and contract makeup artist and educator for Mirabella.  Her passion for her work is only surpassed by her love of people.

Tribeca’s goal for Q&A’s on Hair and Beauty

Tribeca Salon Services was created with the clients needs in mind.  To be able to change the way someone looks and feels about themselves is an honor.  It is a privilege to be able to create a look for you that will allow you to present your best self to the world.

Our 1st featured question is from Julie in Naperville:

I'm trying to grow out my hair, but the last time I went in and asked for a "trim", she cut off two inches!!!  Hair stylists are always telling me I have to get a hair cut in order for my hair to grow.  Is this true?  At this rate, my hair will be short forever. - Julie from Naperville

Dear Julie,

I'm so sorry that is happening to you!  First of all, hair grows out of the top of your head regardless of what is going on at the ends.  Unless there is a health issue of some kind, your hair will grow!  I would suggest getting a "dusting of the ends" every six to eight weeks while growing it.  This will keep the hair looking and feeling its best.  The most important thing to communicate to your stylist is that you only want the ends of your hair dusted off and that you do not want to lose an inch. Unless your hair is extremely damaged, there is no need to cut an inch. An inch of new hair could mean two months of growth for some people. I hope this helps, Julie. You'll have the long hair you want in no time!

Tribeca Salon Services

Tribeca Salon Location

Tribeca Salon Services is based out of Naperville, IL and services the surrounding suburbs. Visit www.tribecasalonservices.com  for more information or contact Patty McGuire directly at 630.272.8162 or Tribecaprm1@aol.com.

Visit our website to see all of our services - www.tribecasalonservices.com

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Gabriela Orozco November 06, 2012 at 06:20 PM
Omg!! This makes a lot of sense. Thanks for your clarity! Now I too can look forward to long hair! Thanks
Patty McGuire November 06, 2012 at 07:28 PM
Thanks, Gaby! Yes! No more cutting two inches off as a "trim"! Thanks for your comment:) - Patty McGuire
John perry November 11, 2012 at 02:11 AM
Patty always does a great job for our family! Her talent and spirit are second to none!
Patty McGuire November 13, 2012 at 05:40 AM
Thank you, John. The honor is all mine. I appreciate your kind words:) See you soon!

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