How to Style: A Teacher Before & After

Fashion & Beauty / Stories / September 27, 2014

HER advertorial featuring styling by Calena’s Fashions and Marshall & Company – 

Teresa Williams AFTER

Teresa Williams AFTER

Teresa Williams is a dedicated third-grade teacher at North Elementary School with 25 years of experience. When not busy with school, the wife and mother of two children loves to read mysteries and dramas and quilt with her friends, along with family time at the Lake of the Ozarks and spending time hiking at Ha Ha Tonka State Park. Teresa’s also very proud that her daughter has followed in her footsteps and teaches in Nixa.

Teresa was excited about her new look, provided by Calena’s Fashions.  Teresa doesn’t normally wear dresses, but Calene suggested a unique vintage print with feminine-tiered lace sleeves.

“I love this dress and now feel up to date with the latest fashion trends and accessories,” said Teresa.  “Calene has a knack in finding clothes and accessories to fit your personality.  I enjoy the friendly atmosphere at Calena’s.”  To step outside your box, visit Calena’s Fashions for a friendly and unique experience in today’s fashions.

Teresa Williams BEFORE

Teresa Williams BEFORE

Teresa was also eager for her visit to Marshall & Company.  “Teresa said she was up for anything for her makeup and was anxious to learn something new and she completely left it my hands,” said Esthetician Alyssa Boss.

“I pulled some copper and plum colors from her beautiful dress onto her eyes, which help Teresa’s bright blue eyes glow.”

Next Marshall & Company hair stylist Rachel Frank went to work. “Teresa told me she was a blank canvas,  I enhanced the copper tones in her hair and kept soft honey highlights.  I took her hair the shortest it’s ever been to complement her bone structure,” Frank said.

Teresa loved the fun and friendly atmosphere at Marshall & Company.

“The Dream Team of Rachel & Alyssa worked together to choose the perfect color and style. Rachel put her talents to work to create my new look and then Alyssa shared her knowledge teaching me tips on applying makeup as she went to work to complete the makeover. I thoroughly enjoyed my experience,” Teresa said.

Meet the Style Gurus

Calene Cooper

Calene Cooper

Calene Cooper 

Owner, Calena’s Fashions

Calena’s carries a variety of styles and unique clothing. You will find fashionable jeans, the latest trends in sportswear, classic looks, and simple elegance in evening wear. She likes to help customers show their personality in what they wear. Calene will help customers go outside the box and give something new a try. She learns your style and helps you find exactly what you wanted for your clothing and accessories, thus called the store with the personal touch.

Alyssa Boss

Alyssa Boss

Alyssa Boss

Hair Stylist/Esthetician, Marshall & Company

Alyssa has been with Marshall & Company for almost 4 years. She graduated from Cosmetology Concepts in Columbia Missouri in 2010, then later whet back to school to obtain her Esthetics license and graduated in 2012. Alyssa has done an extensive amount of education with Aveda and is a graduate of the Aquage Master Class Academy. Alyssa says “My passion is to please my guests and that is what drives me. I work extra hard every day to make sure people enter as our guests and leave as my friends.”

Rachel

Rachel Frank

Rachel Frank

Hair Stylist, Marshall & Company

Rachel is newest member of the Marshall & Company Team. She graduated from Paul Mitchell The School in Springfield Missouri in 2009. After graduation she worked for several years at A Valeria Boss Salon in Springfield. Rachel decided to move back to her home town of Jefferson City, and has been with Marshall & Company ever since. Rachel participated in a photo shoot for James River Church and has done makeovers for residents of a women’s shelter in Springfield. She also participated in Red Hot Nights which is a fashion show that  helps promote heart disease awareness. Rachel  is  a graduate of the Aquage Master Class Academy.  Rachel says “I love trying anything new. If you are not out of your element from time to time, you’re not learning.”

Teresa Williams photographed by Keith Borgmeyer






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