Rollers & Rouge

Rollers & Rouge

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Need beautified for a big day in your future, but don’t want to break the bank? Get all the beautiful details about Rollers & Rouge, a local on-site hair and makeup service.

060815BEAUTYAnyone can have the hair and makeup of their dreams for a special occasion. All it takes is some Rollers & Rouge.

Natalie Thomas and her sister launched Rollers & Rouge together in 2012. Then, in 2014, Thomas became the sole proprietor of the business. With a strong background in cosmetology, and nearly two decades of salon experience prior to launching the business, she was ready to take the wheel at Rollers & Rouge.

Today, Thomas’ team consists of two other makeup artists and a hair stylist. Services are primarily offered on-site which makes it convenient for clients and reduces overhead for the business. And those savings are passed along to clients, Thomas says, as a lower price point is the biggest difference between her and other businesses. According to Thomas, her main goal is to do her best “to work with everyone and to make things as affordable and attainable as possible.”10006403_680457658679192_261215662_n

This year, Thomas is on schedule to have quite a busy year. “My goal is for 75 weddings this year,” Thomas says. In the future, she adds, she’d like to begin offering services for destination weddings. But for now, she enjoys that her job and business provide her with a flexible schedule and the ability to be a stay-at-home-mom primarily during the week.

Her favorite part of the business is that she is an integral part of making a woman feel beautiful on one of the most important days of her life.

Thomas specializes in Dinair, an alcohol-based airbrushed makeup application process. The product is rub, water, and tear proof, and lasts 12-24 hours. Thomas says Rollers & Rouge offers complimentary consultations, which can be done over the phone, in person or via email.

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Editorial Intern - Shealyn Hoehn is currently finishing up a Bachelor's in English Literature with a minor in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Cincinnati. As an editorial intern for Cincy Chic, she is responsible for writing articles and submitting ten new story ideas per week. Shealyn is the Editor-in-Chief of UC's undergraduate literary magazine and she hopes to one day become Anna Wintour's predecessor as Editor-in-Chief of Vogue – and with that take over fashion as we know it. In the meantime, though, Shealyn remains studying and tutoring at the Academic Writing Center in addition to her budding writing career as an aspiring author. Contact her at