At Style, Beauty and Wellness, beauty goes much more than skin deep.
Trina Klemeneic, owner of the 1-year old salon in Belgium, built her business on a dream of helping people feel good from the inside, out.
“We provide holistic healing in products and services,” explains Klemeneic. “All the staff is passionate about what service they provide. Not one of the staff members look at it as a job. To them, it’s more of a way to help people with the unique talents they have.”
Style, Beauty and Wellness brings a variety of services to its clients, from hair cutting and coloring, to nails, tanning, massage, reiki, Ayurveda, facials, waxing, and even life coaching. Soon, they plan to add cupping therapy to the mix.
Klemeneic, a licensed Aveda esthetician who is also certified in microdermabrasion, was inspired to start her own business after seeing a television show that encouraged, “You have to jump off the cliff. If it is your passion, your parachute will open and you will soar.”
She then started asking questions to those around her, and doors began opening that led her to start her own salon. The project of opening the salon, in the location next to Subway, was a six-month project involving construction, remodeling, and a lot of googling and YouTube videos to bring it to fruition. A family affair, even her two boys, Caiden, 12, and Mackenzie, 7, helped, even hauling drywall through the snow. “I loved the lesson my boys learned from it that anything is possible. They have an entrepreneurial heart in both of them and they pitch different business ideas all the time,” Klemeneic said.
Style, Beauty and Wellness, located at 129 Main Street, next to Subway, is open Monday through Friday from 9 am to 7 pm and Saturdays from 10 am- 2 pm. Appointments can be made by calling 262-285-4093 or booking online at www.stylebeautyandwellness.us. Every Tuesday are Men’s and Kids’ cuts for $10, and $20 Women’s cuts on Thursdays. Plus, mention this article and receive $5 off any service!
“We love living in Belgium, and the people in the community for helping us become a part of it,” says Klemeneic. “I wouldn’t want to raise the kids or run a business anywhere else!”