Kalyn is a Master Stylist and Owner of the two time award winning salon, Scissors & Shears Salon LLC. As well as A Hair Affair LLC and Ravishing Ramblings Life & Beauty Blog. She has been behind the chair for 14 years.
Prior to owning her own salons she was a Corporate Regional Salon Franchise Consultant for a major corporation in the salon industry. She spent her time traveling around the United States teaching salon owners how to run their businesses and make the most of their Salons. She has been blessed to get to work with some of the best Stylists in the hair business, well known celebrities and some very respected people with in the salon industry.
She specializes in piercings, mens and womens hair, fading, layering, texturing, cutting, highlights, feathers, inverted bobs and all areas of color, professional spray tanning and makeup. She has additional certifications for spray tanning, facial piercings, facial waxing, Brazilian blow outs, Redken, Joico, Mydentity & Paul Mitchell color and is Design Team Certified.
Kalyn grew up in Excelsior Springs, Missouri and enjoys her small town life. No matter where she has traveled or lived, Excelsior Springs has always had a very special place in her heart and she always seems to make her way back home to the small community she loves so much.
Kalyn, enjoys getting to spend time with her family and her three kids. Her biggest passions are the kids classes that she offers for S&S, writing the R&R Blog, serving on a handful of committees and being an elected offical for the Excelsior Springs School District Board of Education. She spends most of her free time helping children and other local business owners within her community anyway that she can.
"There is no better feeling in this world than helping a child or building someone up. I am so blessed to be able to get to do all of the things I love so much for a living. I created my life to be what I wanted it to be. My mission on this earth is to spread love, positivity and help people. We have to support our youth and especially the foundations that are put in place to help them build their future. If we don't give to these foundations and support our kids now how can we expect our children to benefit and grown in the future? Teach your children the true meaning of being pretty. It's not about lipstick, bows and good hair it's about being your truest authentic self." -Kalyn Weller Goode