Empowering hairstylists across the country

Meet Our Travel Team!

Amy Baugh

Q) How long have you been in the industry? A) I’ve been in the industry for 14 years!

Q) What made you want to start educating? A) When I started back at work, I felt so lost. I didn’t have any idea what I was doing. I made it a priority to find any education I could, and nothing beat the feeling of learning something and having that “aha” moment where I fully understood the “why’s” behind things. It built my self-confidence and quite frankly, changed my life. I became forever grateful to the educators who helped me (and continue to help me) find my way....and I became passionate about helping others, too, and trying to spread that feeling around. I came to the realization that the best platform that I could achieve this was to become an educator myself!

Q) Why do you love being an educator? A) Being an educator is so special because it puts you in a position to impact, empower, and change lives by helping others gain the tools they need to better themselves and their career. To be someone who gets to spend time connecting with people and helping them gain more self-confidence is one of the best feelings in the world.

Q) Why do you love being apart of Salt Society? A) Salt Society was one of the main platforms that changed my life, literally. So to be able to be a part of, and educate for the company and team who first educated me is an absolute, full circle dream come true!

Q) What is your specialty? A) I fell hard in love with Balayage, so that’s what I threw myself into whole heartedly. Because of that, I would definitely say that creating dimension with free hand painting is my biggest strength.

Q) What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A) My main goal is to really give people the tools they need to help gain self-confidence behind the chair. I think it’s so important to not only teach a technique, but to also explain the “why” behind it. I know what it’s like to take a class and still have tons of questions, and not feel confident enough to try what I learned on someone because I didn’t fully understand the what’s, when’s, or why’s. Which is why, as an educator, I can be a little relentless to make sure that everyone understands everything completely before I am done. They should also expect to gain an instant friend and personal cheerleader!

Q) What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A) I am introverted and akward as ever, but I consider that part of my weird “charm.” But I also love HARD and love connecting with people. I like to be instant best friends with people...I don’t really have a middle ground between stranger and potential bestie!

Analise Lucas

Q) How long have you been in the industry? A) 9 years (since I was 17)

Q) What made you want to start educating? A) Deep down, I think I have truly always wanted to teach. I have been educating for years in salons and teams I’ve been apart of without even realizing I desired to teach. This caused me to gain a spark for sharing this craft! I love to teach on products, formulas and new techniques to help other stylists on their path, and I am also a nerd when it comes to business methods and entrepreneurship! To see someone else perk up at something you teach is the best fruit to see!

Q) Why do you love being an educator? A) I love being an educator because I love to touch other’s lives and teach what I have learned!I love that we all have unique things to share and teach each other, and it’s an honor to be able to do that with hair education.

Q) Why do you love being apart of salt society? A) Where do I even start?! Being apart of Salt Society is incredible because of the empowering team behind us!! Women empowering women in this industry speaks volumes to me; this team is full of encouragement, joy and hope for all those around. My heart beats for what Salt stands for! Confidence in oneself comes through knowing who you are and being encouraged in that... this is what Salt pursues and lives by. It’s the most inspiring!

Q) What is your specialty? A) My gifting and specialty in life is my heart and way with people! I’ve been told I have much woo! I can truly relate to and become friends with anyone and I enjoy everyone I come into contact with. In the hair realm, my specialty is guest experience and Lived-in natural color with babylights and balayage!

Q) What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A) Realness and joy, chill vibe and lots of golden information! I love helping others and showing what has worked in my experience through my career. I love to share nerdy info about hair techniques and I think that practice makes perfect, so let’s share, learn and practice!

Q) What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A) I sing and play guitar!

Corrine Anderson

Q) How long have you been in the industry? A) Since August 2010! That was the summer I realized I didn’t need four years of college to reach my goal, and took the first step toward my dream career. I dove head first into the industry, and it has been one of the best decisions I ever made!

Q) What made you want to start educating? A) Ever talk to someone so passionate about something they can’t shut up about it?! That’s me. I couldn’t help but want to share all the career-shifting information I was learning, so I started organizing classes of my own!

Q) Why do you love being an educator? A) Beyond my initial desire to want to share and set fire to the things I’m passionate about, I live to inspire growth and betterment. By teaching new skills and techniques, I can help make stylists more confident behind the chair, and know that it will spread into other areas of their lives!

Q) Why do you love being apart of Salt Society? A) Salt Society quickly became my go-to place for continued education. One class and I was hooked!! I had an instant connection with the killer techniques and beautiful values of Salt Society. To be able to be a part of it is pretty friggin’ surreal!

Q) What is your specialty? A) I guess I would define my specialty by what I am most passionate about, which is painting! I was introduced to the chip brush by Ms. Jamie Sea, and that was it. I fell love creating a perfect amount of lightness and depth, to play up the hair's natural level and tone! With hair painting I have the combination of creativity, control, and instant gratification on that seamless blend. I live for lived-in!!

Q) What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A) You can expect to walk away with lots of new insight! Insight on how to physically achieve the lived-in looks, your clients are asking for, and insight on your endless potential as an artist and person! I promise to encourage, support, and help you achieve the combination of skill and self-belief you’re looking for. I whole-heartedly believe in ya!!

Q) What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A) I am often a middle-aged woman trapped in a 28 year old body. I’m a total homebody and say things like “No news is good news”. My ideal Saturday night involves sitting on my deck with a glass of wine. My favorite band is Fleetwood Mac. And I sometimes wish I had grown up in the 70s!

Jen Magner

Q: How long have you been in the industry? A: 9 years.

Q: What made you want to start educating: A: I’ve always been a sponge and want to soak up as much knowledge about something I am passionate about. By mentoring other stylists I have learned even more than I thought possible. Having someone encourage you in an uplifting environment is not only beneficial to the person learning, but creates a positive change in them that they carry forward in their career.

Q. Why do you love being an educator? A: Like a lot of educators, I feel intense joy when I see another stylist gain confidence in an area they felt like they needed more training on. When you really can grab their attention and give them more tools to succeed- you see it on their face and I can relate, I’ve been there!

Q: Why do you love being a part of Salt Society? A: Not only does Salt Society create great education content but they also promote self care, a sense of community and safe places for everyone to collaborate and cheer each other on. We need more of this vibe in our industry !

Q: What is your speciality? A: I always loved Chemistry/Sciences and art in School and wanted to somehow bring them both together and here I am! Ive always been a people person so with all of my passions combined; I can speak to someone clearly and effectively, explain the why’s and how’s behind how color or products work and the why, all while having fun and creating their dream hair. I tend to gravitate towards blondes since they took me a lot longer to figure out and now that I have gotten a handle on them, I can’t stop!

Q: What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A: I try to find a way to speak to everyone; by finding out where someone feels their weakness lie, I can find a way to break it down and give you the confidence and knowledge to break through that thought process. You then will excel where you might not have felt like you could before because now you know the how’s and “whys”.

Q: What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A: I could still walk on my hands/handstand while 9 months pregnant and I love making funny voices, I’ve always wanted to be the voice of a cartoon.

Krystina Johner

Q) How long have you been in the industry? A) 11 years!

Q) What made you want to start educating? A) In the beginning, I viewed education as my next best way to “level up”! I was looking to push myself out of my comfort zone. I soon realized we are truly all students of this craft no matter our years of experience or titles we possess.

Q) Why do you love being an educator? A) Being an educator means contributing to the growth and success in others. My true love for what I do comes when I see a student apply what they learned right away and have tremendous success with it!

Q) Why do you love being apart of Salt Society? A) Being a part of Salt Society is being a part of something so much bigger than ourselves and our craft. Salt Society is trailblazing the way for the new generation of empowered hairstylists and beyond!

Q) What is your specialty? A) Of course I am in my happy place when I am painting my little heart out but running a tight schedule means specializing in the art of simplicity and impact!

Q) What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A) Being a stylist behind the chair everyday leads to students learning salon friendly techniques that can appeal to all guests. Whether they want their color to whisper, talk, or shout....I’ve got a trick and technique that can support the end result! Stylists will feel empowered to achieve the same results, confident in their skill set, and inspired to implement techniques that will impact their business!

Q) What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A) I have been known to start my classes with a little dance sesh to shake out nerves and get our bodies ready to absorb lots of new information!

Paige Teixeira

Q) How long have you been in the industry? A) I’m a third generation hair stylist and have been working in the industry for 10 years. 3 as a receptionist, 7 years licensed behind the chair.

Q) What made you want to start educating? A) I love to teach! I believe that education is power and I wanted to bring that power to hair stylists in an inclusive, understanding and non competitive way.

Q) Why do you love being an educator? A) I absolutely love connecting with other passionate people in this industry. Not only do I get to meet amazing, interesting and talented people, I get to learn from them as well!

Q) Why do you love being apart of Salt Society? A) I believe in the positive change that is happening in our industry and I also believe that Jamie, our Salt Society founder, is the leader in this change. Working alongside individuals passionate about the overall change in relationships between stylists as well as the overall customer experience for their guests is such an honor!

Q) What is your specialty? A) I specialize in hair coloring, specifically hair painting and balayage as well as excellent customer service.

Q) What can your students expect from taking one of your classes? A) Students attending my classes can expect a whole lot of laughter and zero percent negativity. I’m all about cultivating a learning environment where everyone feels involved, heard, seen and understood. Also I have some pretty great color formulas [that I share] if I do say so myself!

Q) What is one fun/quirky fact about you? A) I am the most likely one in the group to dance battle someone if the music is good enough! Oh and I bake the best chocolate chip cookies EVER!

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