Someday came twelve years later. It was all a matter of timing. A series of events in her personal and professional life put her on a path that told her it was time to make a change and take the plunge. The signs were there and she started to listen to them. A new space opened up in town and she met with the new owners, they hit it off and the space put a spark back into the vision that started twelve years ago.
It was time for a change, time to move on, time to take a deep breath and just do it, and Jil did just that. Usually when someone makes such a drastic change they experience a niggling of doubt and uncertainty, they get a little nervous and anxious, but with Jil she only felt certainty. She knew it was meant to be and now was the time to do it.
“Everything just kept working out,” Jil said.
Her vision of a salon was a rough and yet soft look. Living in a maritime community she wanted a nautical touch to the space. Using a mixture of wood, metal, and crystal, she created an ambience of pleasing femininity and just the right touch of masculinity.