How We Roll

What we believe.

An urban slant on a classic tradition. Steady Roll Salon believes that a trip to the salon shouldn't be just that and that  a salon shouldn't be just a salon. Taking a page from yesteryear, SRS has modeled themselves around the belief that a salon should be a place to meet, relax, share ideas, socialize, and most of all a salon should embrace and  enrich the community it shares itself with.

How we're doing it.

SRS prides itself on staying local. They have opened their doors as a gallery for local artists to display and sell their work. They collaborate with local talent such as Missile Studios (Photography)  and Andrew Thompson  (Graphic Design)  to develop their creative collateral and strategies.  They use local printers (Commerical Printing) to get their message out into the community.   They  also host events and hire local talent for the community to come and take pleasure in.

Where we stand out.

Through all of this, Steady Roll Salon hopes to push themselves and their work forward by being part of and enjoying life with the community and the people that are the essence of it. When we take a hands on approach to the people we serve, truly embedding ourselves in their lives, then we can come to understand their individualistic style aesthetics and share in   them  becoming who they are and who they  aspire to be come . Be yourself; everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde
 

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Founder of Steady Roll Salon

I first realized my passion when I was 13 years old using fashion colors on my own hair as well as styling it with liberty spikes, mo-hawks, victory rolls, and pin-curls. The ability to be able to sculpt and design hair has since excited me. With my enthusiasm for hair only growing I decided that I would attend the Technical School, Fairfield Career Center for my junior & senior years of High School. Graduating in 2007 and heading right into the industry, the journey for me has been a great one thus far. Always feeling like I'm on my toes is a good thing, new trends are coming out all the time allowing me to experiment, practice, and keep up with my craft. This is what drives me and keeps me fascinated. I'm always trying different methods and styles for applications of color and I'm always having fun when I'm cutting hair! I moved to Lancaster 5 years ago to go to Hocking College for Art, Design & Marketing with a focus on Glass Blowing, Flameworking, Fused, Casting, and other Sculptural applications. Opening Steady Roll Salon is a dream come true for me. Being able to mix my love for hair as well as sharing my art and the art of others in the same space makes my heart feel very full. Showcasing what this community is all about is my mission. Working with the people and helping them build themselves from the inside out is how we will get it done.

– Cassie Beiter: Hairstylist, Makeup Artist & Founder of Steady Roll Salon

Our Friends

A special thanks to the fantastic people who have helped make Steady Roll Salon what it is:


Diverse Tradesmen, Missile Studios (www.missileonline.com), Andrew Thompson (andrewthompson.design), Kathryn Walkowicz, The Amazing Giants (www.theamazinggiants.com), Comedian Cory Baxter (www.facebook.com/CoryBaxterComedy), Hot Wet Trash (www.facebook.com/HotWetTrash), Mark Lucas (marklucascomedy.com), Jemntonic (www.jemntonic.com), Kelly Harris (www.facebook.com/KellyHarrisFX), Krista Briana Drummond, Mitzi Tompkins, Mariah Smallwood, Shannon at Commercial Printing (824 N Memorial Dr, Lancaster, OH 43130, 740-687-6000) and all the future contributors we hope to add to this list!