Make is Beautiful has recently undergone a renovation from top to bottom. The Salon has the feel of an upscale Paris boutique, with a sprinkling of iconic fashion and style brands like CoCo Chanel and Louis Vuitton. The pink and black design has a great energy and provides a unique setting for the stylists to create new looks and unique styles for their clients. A pergola was added to the front of the building with a variety of plants and flowers. It’s the kind of place people want to stop, hang out and enjoy, creating an enjoyable experience for customers and stylists alike. The salon serves complimentary cookies and drinks, including wine and beer, to their patrons while they are waiting for appointments or to pass the time while processing a service.
Since 2013 Sherri Kain has been the Salon Manager and Bryan’s assistant at Make it Beautiful Salon and Spa. During her tenure, she has embraced the team/family atmosphere at Make it Beautiful and looks forward to making every client’s visit a special one. And by the way, she is a true people person, so before you leave be prepared to receive a hug from her. Prior to Sherri and her husband making Asheboro their home in 2010, they lived in many different states, her husband a defense-aerospace engineer and Sherri a legal assistant, along with taking dance and teaching aerobics. In 2002 they started and ran a successful Archadeck franchise in Johnson City, TN.
In 2009 they retired and chose to settle in Asheboro to be closer to family. Sherri loves spending time with family, hiking, camping, gardening, cooking and fitness.
An original Texan girl, Mandi Wallis moved to Atlanta Georgia at 13. Mandi’s cosmetology journey started at a very young age with a family tree of cosmetologist from Texas to Mississippi, graduating in 2009 with honors from West GA University with a Master Cosmetology degree. Working through school she apprenticed and later became a stylist at Demension 74 salon in Peachtree City, GA. Mandi moved to North Carolina in 2011 after meeting her fiancé who is an Asheboro native. Mandi is a proud mother with a blended family of 4 boys and a girl. Bryan and Mandi met in 2011 when she began working for him at Make It Beautiful. Mandi has a passion for makeup artistry and current hair trends in color and style. With a sweet personality she adores her clients, making them feel like family!
Ashley was born and raised in Asheboro. She is the mother of three boys, Damian 13, Jordan 12 and Evan 9. She graduated from Asheboro Beauty School in 2002. Ashley started working at SS Cutter in 2006. She is excited about the transition to Make it Beautiful and the creativity and talent that makes up Bryan’s team.
As an Asheboro native, Cathy began her Cosmetology education here and transferred to Atlantic Beauty College in Durham, NC. She began her career there, and after 12 years, returned to Asheboro and in 1996 started working with SS Cutter. Soon after she became the manager, and then purchased the business from the former owner. After many years of ownership, she recently sold the salon. Make It Beautiful has recently renovated, with a little SS Cutter here and there, and I’m super excited to be joining the team! As the proud mom of Aaron and Lauren Pritchard, and Ryan and Reid Faulkner, with eleven grandchildren, I am ready to enjoy more of life! I will be working full-time, and hope to add a few new clients to my existing clientele.
Susan Newsome is a native of Fairborn,Ohio. She lived in Craynor, Ky. where she raised her family for over 20 years. After retiring from being Postmaster, Susan found socialization in several temporary jobs, including a position in sales at the famous Esther Price Candies in Dayton, Ohio. She is thrilled to now be part of the fun and friendly Make It Beautiful family.
Bryan Justice is a native of Kentucky and graduated from East Kentucky Beauty College in the 1980’s. He is a cosmetology instructor who has resided in Asheboro since 2010 when he opened Make It Beautiful Salon and Spa. Justice had no local clientele but from day one he had customers and began to build a successful business here in Randolph County. “All my original clients were walk-in clients” says Justice, who has worked hard to establish himself as a local hair and image consultant.
Justice explains “ I have been so blessed to get to know some wonderful people and this community has welcomed mewith open arms. I could not ask for a better place to live and build a business than Asheboro and Randolph County.”
Justice has invested in the community helping with hairstyles for local high school productions and participating in other events that give back to the community. Bryan is assisting the chamber of commerce along with Randolph Community College, other hair salons and stylist to provide hair cuts for kids who are going back to school. The event will be August 25th at the RCC cosmetology facility. For more information you can contact Bryan at (336) 633-HAIR (4247).