dot hachey

owner

dot is available to take new clients but asks all clients for flexibility in rescheduling appointments if any unforeseen scheduling conflict should occur.

dot started her professional career in boston in 1988. she has owned salons in washington d.c. and baltimore, md and has trained in new york, los angeles, vancouver bc, tokyo, and london. dot is a master hairstylist. she is a texture perm specialist and certified liscio japanese straight perm provider. while dot's passion lies in providing advanced haircutting and styling education to up-and-coming stylists, her creative passion lies in providing her clients hip, modern, precision haircuts and creating gorgeous, natural-looking color and highlights via balayage, ombre, and paper and board applications. dot is a true master.
*please note dot's haircut prices have increased

birthday
december 21

favorite things
modern design, NYC, MUJI, charcuterie, fran's chocolate salted caramels

why did you become a stylist?
I started sweeping the floors in my sister's salon at age 13. I think I was competitive -- anything she could do I wanted to do better... not to sound cliche, but I really do enjoy making people look and feel really good about the way they look.

rebecca raine

stylist

a few of my favorite things
flowers, long plane rides, and freshly baked warm bread.

pets
i'm just a plant mom for now...

birthday
february 6

why did you become a stylist?
I absolutely love helping people see and feel how truly lovely they really are.

stella martin

stylist-manager

stella, or as we like to refer to her, the PERM-inator, has been with TEN PACHI since day one. trading in her first career in fashion/retail management for a career in the beauty and hair industry, stella is a graduate of the prestigious GARY MANUEL AVEDA INSTITUTE.
a redken specialist and a certified japanese thermal reconditioning specialist, stella has trained in new york and london.

digital perms, texture perms or straight perms -- stella is the master.

birthday
July 3

pets
two kitties. gir, and salvador

a few of my favorite things
rain drops on roses and whiskers on kittens, estate sales, little kids, kurt vonnegut and dance parties

why did you become a stylist?
I became a stylist because I knew it was what I was meant to do. before I even committed to this profession, I would constantly analyze people's over-all style and imagine how I might change it; now I just make a living out of that.

ingrid ramirez

stylist

ingrid is a very kind and gentle soul. originally from the pacific northwest, she studied at the gene juarez academy and at vidal sassoon in london. ingrid is completely fluent in spanish and especially enjoys cotorriando.

a few of my favorite things
autumn, wholefoods, buzzfeed, family, netflix marathons

pets
my husband and i have plans for a dog

why did you become a stylist?
i wanted a career where i could be creative and interact with people one-on-one. i'm a bit of an introvert so i thought this was important. i've always appreciated fashion and realized the beauty industry would probably be a good fit. and i love it. i think it's awesome that i can play a role in shaping someone's personal style. i get to help people feel beautiful.

saori ichikawa

stylist

saori is on maternity leave and will return part time in december.

saori, originally from Japan, came to the US for a college and cosmetology degree several years ago and worked at TEN PACHI as an assistant. upon graduation she returned to Japan where she trained and worked as a professional hairstylist. we feel very fortunate that saori has returned to the US, along with her husband, for good, bringing her fashion-forward creativity, charm and talent back to TEN PACHI. saori is fluent in Japanese and english.

birthday
march 5

pets
chihuahua dachshund mix dog named brownie

a few of my favorite things
yummy, sweet food, singing on the way to work, taking my dog on walks...

why did you become a stylist?
i always liked to read fashion magazines where there were lots of different hairstyles, make-up and fashions that i wanted to copy. I find pleasure in creating different styles for people. i'm passionate about what i do.

rosie richardson

stylist

rosie has trained in london .

birthday
april 17

favorite things
trying foods i have never tasted, traveling with my husband, a really good cup of coffee, and summer evenings in alaska.

why did you become a hairstylist?
I love creating. whether its sketching, sewing, cooking or designing -- it satisfies my innermost being.
and i truly enjoy meeting and connecting with new people.
it's fun chatting with clients about their recent adventures. a trip to madagascar or the local farmers market -- i love a good story.

yuki saito

stylist

yuki has trained in london.

birthday
february 4

pets
i had a fish once...

favorite things
my mothers cooking, playing with my son, and leather crafting (making purses and wallets)

why did you become a stylist?
when i was in art school in kansas several years ago, i cut a few fellow students hair and before i knew it, i was in high demand. like many other artists, i knew making a living might be challenging. after graduation i did some teaching, but it just wasn't for me. i returned to the U.S. from a trip home to japan and my intuition told me to give hairdressing a try. i went to hair design school six years ago and have been in the beauty industry ever since.
i used to think my artistic, detail-oriented perfectionism was my achilles' heel -- now its my biggest asset.

erika gregory

stylist

erika is another of our artist-turned-hairdressers. she is a truly amazing sketch and soft-sculpture artist, who is inspired by all things 'kawaii' (japanese word for cuteness). erika is a soft-spoken conversationalist with a very gentle soul. she is a certified redken stylist, a MOP specialist a certified straight perm specialist and is a graduate of the gary manuel aveda institute. erika brings a whole new meaning to the words detail-oriented. she is the most non-threatening perfectionist one will ever meet.

birthday
july 27th

pets
a boston terrier named truman

a few of my favorite things
going to estate sales, learning new crafts, and traveling by train

why did you become a stylist?
i love creative endeavors and love that as a hairstylist i get to be creative, but in partnership with other people, every day.

roman wadsworth

stylist/master colorist

roman started his professional career at the Gary Manuel AVEDA Institute and his resume skyrocketed from there. roman is a certified Liscio straightening provider and Brazilian Blowout provider and has styled backstage for Roberto Cavalli and Versace. but coloring roman’s expertise and passion. roman color trained with the creative director of Italian Vogue and quickly became Italian color line- Difiaba’s US west coast director of color education where he worked with TEN PACHI owner, dot. he has worked with Kim Vo, Alberto Borelli, Juan Juan, Jose Eber and DiPietro Todd in San Fransisco.
roman specializes in multidimensional color, Balayage, Base Bumps, Ombré, Foils, Papers, Triple Process Blonde-ing and Color Correction.

a few of my favorite things
foreign films, haute couture, 90’s supermodels, authentic nyc-style pizza

birthday
october 16

why did you become a stylist?
i was a professional back-up singer touring the world and always doing everyone’s hair backstage.
i knew when i got tired of the touring lifestyle that doing hair was the right choice for me.

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Effective July 1st, 2017: Prices will increase $5 for stylists and $10 for the owner Dot

Please be sure to allow for the time commitments of each service you choose.

If you wish to request a particular stylist, please do so in the comment box, prior to booking your appointment.

problems booking online?

some of our clients have been experiencing challenges scheduling their appointments online. we have found that if you are using internet explorer that will be the case. can you try booking with another web browser such as firefox, safari, or chrome? if you are still finding it challenging, please email the owner, dot, so she can share your feedback with our online booking company, STX. we have found that STX is simply incompatible with internet explorer, and switching seems to be the ticket for successful online appointment building. we hope this is the case for you.

chemical service deposit:

due to an exorbitant amount of short-notice and no-notice cancellations for chemical service appointments, TEN PACHI now requires a credit card number or 50% cash deposit to hold all chemical service appointments. we do not ask for a deposit for haircut appointments, but we kindly request 48-hour notice for any cancellation. not doing so for your haircoloring, texture/digital perming, or straight perming appointment will result in a 50% charge for that service. we thank you for your understanding and cooperation. because the salon is closed on sunday and monday, we kindly request that all tuesday appointments be cancelled by 3:30pm the previous saturday for weekend online booking opportunities.

cancellation policy:

kindly give us 24 hours notice if you cannot keep your haircut appointment. clients who 'no-show' for a scheduled haircut appointment may be asked to pre-pay for their haircut before being allowed to re-book.

kindly,

TEN PACHI team

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