Where your child comes to play and learns a skill along the way. 

No more fighting to sit in the chair. Just smiles and clean hair. 

We are changing the way that haircuts have been done. It is 2022

We do not hold people down and get it done. We practice body autonomy and respect their space, sensory sensitivities, and when they communicate that they can't do anymore for the day. WE STOP!

(this varies by individual-all guests are welcome to come back

later that day or the next day for no charge. )

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If I could give Jojo all the stars from the night sky I would! My 5 year old son HATES hair cuts. In the past they have caused him an extreme amount of anxiety, fear, and consistently ended in meltdowns. His hair was long, thick, wavy, and hadn’t been cut for a year prior to our appointment. Jojo effortlessly established a rapport with him on his first visit. She’s an extremely talented stylist, but also clearly has a gift working with special needs kiddos. She made him feel safe, comfortable, and he actually had, “The Best Time Ever!”  Before I could finish buckling him in the car he asked, “When can I come back to see Jojo again?

— Tara Havens
JoJo is a miracle worker, and I will sing her praises to anyone that will listen! Cutting hair on toddlers, let alone special needs toddlers, is no small task, and she does it so well. She leaves LOTS of time in the appointment so no one feels rushed, your kiddo can get comfortable, and parents/caretakers can relax. The haircuts themselves are fantastic, but having a safe place like this, for both my son and for me, is an absolute game changer. THANK YOU!! :)
— Sarah Connoly
My 4yo autistic son had never had a haircut properly before. Jojo was absolutely amazing! She totally understands the neurodiverse needs of her clients. From the major things like a quiet private salon space, Tv to put whatever they want on, and a whole drawer full of sensory toys. Down to the little things like spraying water on her hand instead of directly on his hair, doing just a few snips at a time, and truly understanding those very specific sensory challenges involved in a special needs haircut. We will be back again and again! Thank you Jojo!
— Stephanie Carter
Our son has NEVER had a positive experience at a hair salon and this was his absolute first. Honestly, I (his mom) was more anxious than he was. All my son has ever needed in a hair cutting experience was a little time, and the typical kiddo cut salons are all about being quick. We will never go anywhere else, and we drive an hour to get here. A positive experience for our son is what matters most. Thank you so much JoJo, for a completely different reality for our son.
— Mackenzie Fawcett
I have two teens with autism who have very different needs. JoJo was was patient, kind and experienced at meeting them each where they are to be able to perform the tricky task of cutting curly hair and using clippers and scissors on an often moving target. She spent so much time with us making the kids feel comfortable, I’d recommend her to anyone. The kids look fantastic, too!
— Michelle Lopez 
This was the best haircut experience we have ever had. Haircuts have always been do stressful for both me and Xander. For the first time there were no tears. Xander was singing and smiling . The haircut looks amazing and I am one happy Mama! We will definitely be back!
— Heather Flint 
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It's been two year!s When I think of the growth just on my part.
Let alone the amazing clients of mine. 
Ignorance was not bliss it was harmful. 


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I started this business because I saw a need for people that have sensory sensitivities to have a safe space.

That they will be able to be who they are and be met where they are at.

I myself do not like many salon environments. So this made sense to me. Along with a global pandemic and I figured if I fail. I could say it was the pandemic. 

Since I began this journey I have learned so much. I learned that the puzzle piece is a no no, that Asperger's is not a term we use anymore, and that if someone says they are triggered just believe them. 

I also learned so much about myself.

It has been truly eye opening.

NOT EYE CONTACT opening.(lol) I still don't like that. I learned first that I had ADHD last year. This yr at 45 yrs old I found out

                    I am autistic. 

That is a different thing to say or even type. Does it put a lot of the pieces 

together??? Yes, it sure does. It is a lot to take in and I am taking it slow.