Photo by Lindsey Erhart of LuLu Charmed Photography.
Photo by Lindsey Erhart of LuLu Charmed Photography.

Cassie’s Specialties:  Corrective Color, Cut and Style

Cassie’s Story


Cassie has been doing hair since 2006.  While corrective color is her specialty, she also provides terrific manicures, pedicures, and Shellac nails.

She enjoys helping her clients discover new beauty trends and expand their fashion comfort zone.  Cassie says it’s a liberating feeling her clients experience when they update their look to a new style for the first time in many years.

Cassie lights up a room, and she brightens the day for her clients and coworkers alike.  She believes in being a positive influence to everyone’s day, and she says she has an affinity for seizing the day and doing what feels best.

She has a deep appreciation of Irish whiskey and loves free love, coffee, dogs, and crocheting.  Cassie especially enjoys crocheting blankets for all ages.  She says there is nothing better than a blanket made with love.  While she’s created many beautiful blankets, she’s most proud of the king size basket weave blanket she crocheted.

When not at SALON ONE or creating masterpieces with yarn, Cassie spends her time with her pit bull OPI and her roommate’s German shepherd Daisy.

Just one visit with her and you’ll quickly realize that Cassie is a master of her craft and that she approaches fashion and life in a bold and unique way.

Have you ever been told you look like someone famous?

I’ve been mistaken for Macy Gray…frequently.

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I have always wanted to be a pirate. Yes, seriously.

If you could meet one person, dead or alive, who would it be?

I would like to spend a weekend with Erykah Badu.

She was a beautiful dreamer, the kind of girl who kept her head in the clouds, loved above the stars, and left regret beneath the earth she walked on.

R. M. Drake

There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection.

Steve Maraboli