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By Michele Smith
The Times 

Dayton Stylist Moves into New Digs

Larger space affords Bridget House more room for filming and photo shoots

 

January 11, 2018

Michele Smith

Hair stylist and colorist Bridget House has moved into more spacious digs on Main St. She now has room for lighting, mannequins, and clients, as well as her one big splurge, an ergonomic European shampoo bowl. Here, House preps one of her mannequins for a photo.

DAYTON-Stylists, colorists, and inventors Melissa McCowen and Bridget House still work and travel together even though House has moved from the Main Street Salon, into her own digs at 242 East Main St.

House said she simply needed more space for the filming and picture taking she does for hair product companies to use in their advertising.

"It was too disruptive. But, yes, I still love them," she said about moving out of the Main Street Salon.

In 2014, House and McCowen created a tool they called EmBee Meche, which makes adding highlights to hair much easier than the traditional method of...



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