Have Scissors Will Travel

Long time Kimberley hair stylist branching into the 'full body experience.'

Elli Gillen

Carolyn Grant

Pat Johnson of Have Scissors, Will Travel has been cutting and styling hair in Kimberley for many years, gathering a loyal clientele.

Johnson always makes sure she stays up to date with all the latest trends in the hair stylist’s world by attending shows such as ABA in Calgary and the Vegas Hair Show this past July.

In addition to all the latest cuts and styles, she offers Lavish Lashes and hair extensions.

And now, Johnson is pleased to announce that she is expanding and venturing into a total full body experience for her clients by offering spray tanning, and a registered massage therapist. She is also seeking an esthetician.

In British Columbia, only massage treatment from a registered massage therapist can be claimed under your Medical Services Plan or other benefit plan.

Joining Pat will be Elissa (Elli) Gillen (RMT), who says she has a passion for helping people find restorative rest through breathing and massage.

Her training includes hydrotherapy herbal wraps, prenatal and perinatal care, lymphatics, therapeutic deep relaxation massage, intra-oral and facial/neck, women’s health, post surgery scar-tissue work and more.

Elli was born and raised in Kimberley and is thrilled to have moved back home with her family. She looks forward to seeing you at Have Scissors.

She will be accepting appointments beginning October 15, 2012.

Pat says she is excited to be expanding and invites you to stop in to her home salon and its unique comfortable and private atmosphere for all your beauty needs.

Have Scissors, Will Travel

352 Oughtred Street

Kimberley

250-427-5506

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