A permanent cure for bad hair days can be found at local salon

Danielle “The Hair Assassin” Hicks has a serious talent for making women feel and look beautiful. She has been doing hair for eight years and the results are truly spectacular. Her skills are the kind you would expect to find in a big city luxury salon. Whether you are looking for a cut, color, or a whole new style- she uses her expertise to help guide you to find the hair you always wanted but maybe never thought you could pull off. She even does flawless hair extensions that look and feel so natural. She is so great about explaining the process and giving you advice for maintaining your new coiffure, whatever you choose.

Such a friendly, welcoming, and charismatic stylist, her clients become very loyal after their first visit, and rave all over town and throughout social media about how wonderful she is – many of them have become dear friends, which Danielle cherishes. “My favorite thing about my job is making women feel great about themselves. I find it so rewarding to play a role in building their confidence to take on the world,” says the Hair Assassin.

While she has an obvious natural talent for creating beautiful hairstyles, she is always following the latest trends and she describes herself as “obsessed with continuing education.” Danielle is a licensed cosmetologist, and color/bailage specialist who strives to learn about the best products and newest techniques the industry has to offer. Because she is so dedicated to continuing education, her cutting-edge methods are sure to leave your hair healthy and looking amazing.

Check out her Instagram @d_hair_assassin, and Facebook page, ‘Hair Assassin”, for some shocking before and after photos that showcase her awesome skills. Her ability to transform hair is astounding!

The Hair Assassin is located inside the LaBella Vita Salon at 70 Yeomans Avenue and her phone number is 239-989-9173. Call and book an appointment today!

Danika can be reached at dhopper@newszap.com

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