Meet Your Stylists
At Pigtails & Crewcuts we understand that when it comes to cutting children’s hair, there is much more than meets the eye. Our stylists are seasoned professionals who simply love what they do and have a passion for hair cutting. Every day our stylists welcome your children with a smile in their faces and kindness in their heart because children know where they are cared for.
Many of our stylists have been with us since we open our salon and we are very proud of that fact because we believe that a happy stylists equals a happy customer.
We welcome the opportunity to introduce you to our staff and we look forward to serving you and your child(ren) and sharing in their milestones!
Meet Ms.Marjorie Boyce.
Ms. Marjorie is known for putting on a ‘serious face’ when is time to concentrate. She is very committed to making your child’s haircut perfect every time. She knows she has to be quick and precise when giving your little one the perfect do. Ms. Marjorie has years of experience cutting children’s hair. Here is Ms. Marjorie in her own words, get to know her lighter side…
- Where are you from originally? Charlotte, N.C.
- Do you have kids? I have a 21 year old daughter and a 19 year old son.
- How long have you been working at Pigtails & Crewcuts? I have been working for Pigtails & Crewcuts for three years. I worked one year in one of the locations in North Carolina and this is my third ear at the Roswell location.
- How long have you been styling hair? I have been a hairstylist for 18 years now.
- What drew you into this career? I’ve always enjoyed coloring, cutting, and styling hair, even as a little girl.
- What’s the funniest/strangest/cutest/wackiest hair (or otherwise) request from a customer you’ve ever had? I had a little boy that wanted a spiked bowl cut.
- How did you respond to that request? His parents said it was okay, so I did it. The strange part was the next little boy I cut saw it and loved it, needless to say I ended up doing the same cut back to back.
- What’s your “secret weapon” to get a child to stop crying before (or during) their hair cut? Bribery usually works, whether its two lollipops, or cookies and a lollipop. The more sugar the better!!!
- What are some of your favorite haircut memories when you were a child? I was so glad when the Jheri curl become popular because I was so tender headed as a little girl, I really hated getting my hair done.
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Meet Ms. Latrall Burnell