Welcome Hollyhock Hair Studio

Welcome to Amanda Hohner who has opened Hollyhock Hair Studio inside her good childhood friend, Brittany Raycraft’s Primrose Tattoo space at 162 Erie St. 

Amanda, mum of two small children ages 4 and 1, worked for 16 years at a studio in her hometown of Mitchell. During her recent maternity leave she got to thinking she would love to “go it alone” and make true on a statement Brittany made decades ago that “one day we will work together!” Via a ‘starter grant program’ offered by Holly Mortimer at the Stratford Perth Centre for Business, Amanda is thrilled to open her chair to old and new clients. Amanda is super excited to carry the AG Care brand of hair products. AG combines science and nature, uses the highest quality of ingredients, and the entire collection is free from harmful sulphates, vegan and cruelty-free. 

With nature in mind, when selecting a name for her studio, Amanda wanted to go with a name reflective of the outdoors. Her grandma grew Hollyhocks and her children’s names begin with the letter ‘H.’ Perfect! And we look forward to seeing Hollyhocks bloom outside the studio this summer! 

HOLLYHOCK HAIR STUDIO | 162 Erie St | 519.301.7055 | @hollyhockhairstudio

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