Natural Fusion Hair Studio Stylist Profile: Susan Fitzpatrick

Out of all the salons in Frederick, how did you land at Natural Fusion?

Earl was my teacher in school here in Frederick and we got along really well; I liked his personality and he became like a big brother to me. So, one day I told him that when he was ready I would love to work for him as an assistant. I liked that he was laid back and that he wasn’t stuck on one style of cutting. He understands that everyone sees how things get accomplished, but find their own ways of getting there.

How do the Natural Fusion eco-friendly salon practices align with your personal “mission” for care of your clients?

I hate calling out from work. I have shown up and Earl has sent me home because he could tell I didn’t feel well. I try to keep myself as healthy as possible so I can always be there for my clients. Using the products that we do, keeps me healthier in the long run. Until I really started working in a hair salon I didn’t realize how much the products affect you on a day to day basis. I want my clients to be as happy and healthy as possible and knowing they are using these products makes me happy.

What is your personal favorite eco-friendly practice at home?

Homemade baby food! When my daughter was starting to eat solids I made everything for her. I would lay her down for a nap and then steamed, baked and pureed for hours. Then, I would spend the next two days filling and refilling ice cube trays of pureed food until it was all frozen and put in proper storage containers. This not only ensured my daughter was only eating whole, healthy foods, but it also saved us money and cut down on so much container waste.

Also, I’m adamant about getting the absolute last drop of product out of the bottle – to the point where I’ll cut it open so I can use my fingers to scoop out that last drop. I’ll admit that not many people have actually witnessed me doing this!

How about some professional hair care advice. What one thing would you recommend that could benefit anyone?

Well… Want silky smooth hair? Tired of having to wash, blow dry and flat iron all in the morning before work? My advice is to wash your hair at night and let it air dry while you sleep. Then, you can touch it up in the morning with the smoothing iron. Less heat on the hair, less energy wasted [for you and your electric bill], and most importantly – more time to sleep! And for extra shine, give your hair a couple of pumps of BrilliantHair before using the smoothing iron.

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