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After giving birth to her daughter, a local mom wanted to help give celebrations to all of life’s big and little moments and milestones. Read on to learn more about her new gathering space.

Cincy Chic: What is the Rose Room?
Beth Russell, Founder of the Rose Room and Dinner to Doorbells: The Rose Room at Dinner to Doorbells is a new event space in O’Bryonville that is perfect for small or medium celebrations, meetings, or gatherings. The space is light, airy, and elegant, featuring a mix of regular seating, high top tables, and bar seating. The Rose Room holds up to 30 people seated, and up to 40 for more casual gatherings. Catering is available in-house with a large variety of brunch, lunch, dinner, and light/heavy appetizer options, along with wine and beer. 

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Russell: The Rose Room is inspired by my daughter, Rosie. Since she was born, officially starting our family, I’ve found so much more meaning in celebrating life’s moments and milestones with family and friends. I also have realized how difficult it can be to plan, create, and cook for these celebrations. Our goal is to take all the stress out of planning, and create an event for you and your family that you will remember forever. 

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Russell: The Rose Room is a concept created by the team behind Dinner to Doorbells, a local meal prep and delivery service. When Dinner to Doorbells opened our storefront in this space for ready-made meal takeout, I knew that the space was just too beautiful not to share it with others! We use the Rose Room for both our meal prep business (during the weekday) and events (at night and on the weekends). 

Cincy Chic: Where is the Rose Room located?
Russell: The Rose Room is located at 3009 O’Bryon St in O’Bryonville. We are right off of Madison Rd, next to The BonBonnerie. Paid parking is available in the lot across the street. 

Cincy Chic: What can readers expect when they visit the Rose Room?
Russell: Whatever you are visiting for, you will walk into a space that is bright, cheerful, and elegant. 

If visiting for a private event, the atmosphere is very warm and inviting. It is a wonderful space to share milestones such as birthdays, graduations, baptisms, baby showers, wedding showers, and anniversary celebrations with friends and family. The menus range from casual to more formal, so you can make your event feel exactly right. 

We also hold team meetings, Happy Hours, and other professional events – if you have something in mind, reach out to us! 

If visiting during the weekdays, customers can expect to find a large variety of ready to heat meals, sides, and salads, available for takeout, including our popular Power Pack Meals that focus on healthy eating.

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon?
Russell: We are collaborating with several other locally owned food businesses to feature their products for both our catering menus and in-store pickup….lots of fun new products to look forward to!

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Rusell: For information on booking The Rose Room for a private event, email for our packages and pricing. To follow our story, follow along on Instagram and Facebook, and visit

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Our life coach columnist talks about over the top behaviors this week and how to make a plan to gain control.

The dreaded negotiations you have with yourself that this time will be different.  I won’t overindulge, overspend, or overconsume – I have total control.

Then it happens.

You’re invited to a dinner.  You plan to limit your food consumption only to realize by the end of the meal you’ve consumed more calories than you had for the entire week.

Or perhaps you go to buy a new sundress for an event, and you end up buying an entire outfit with all the accessories from head to toe, tripling the amount of money you had wanted to spend.

Or one that I am most familiar with from the past is going to a party saying I’m only going to have a couple of drinksto find out later you blacked out and missed half the party.

Ugh! Can you relate?

I refer to this as the dreaded “over-the-top behaviors” that occurs when you mask feelings of scarcity, sadness, guilt, shame and fear.  The conscious mind just wants to go unconscious and numb out to the reality.  

What I have discovered along my journey and in helping others, is to make a plan of action before going into the situation where you tend to get derailed.  

Instead, allow yourself a moment to pause and create a mental image around what you want to receive from the experience –meaning what will you take away afterwardsthe joy, happiness, the laughter, the fun, and how you will remember this evening for weeks to come.  

Then allow a moment to release any troubles or worries from your mind by writing them down on a piece of paper knowing you’ll come back to them but for now you’ll set them aside for the time being.

The intention is to be able to create a plan of action so you can fully engage in the moment without repeating the same “over-the-top behavior.”

Staring from a place of this mindset will release the next day remorse, regret, or self -loathing.  You’ll be glad you took the time to take action prior so you can feel happiness and joy that you controlled a situation that normally controls you.

And from this place of accomplishments and satisfaction you can now go back to the paper that you wrote your troubles and worries and begin to find solutions to those situations and circumstances.  You’ve got this!

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Taproom, restaurant and a luxe movie-viewing experience. That’s what you’ll get at this newly-opened cinema concept in Eastgate. Read on for more.

The newly opened RJ Cinema Distillery & Taproom at Eastgate is both adult and family fun wrapped in one. The entertainment venue offers something for everyone.

Ric Welker, Vice President and General Manager of the Robert James Distillery Brand says it was important to create a place that moms and dads could feel comfortable taking their children.

“We want moms and dads to feel comfortable bringing their kids in for the movies,” he said. “We want it to be a lot of fun for mom and dad too.”

The theater, which opened June 21, is a brewery, distillery, scratch-kitchen, and first-run cinema. Welker adds that the dine-in movie experience allows guests to pick up their order at the counter and enjoy it at their seat, which includes a table, while watching the movie. Additionally, those who are looking for a more adult-focused visit can enjoy their drinks and meals in the taproom before or after the movie.

The uniqueness of the theater isn’t just the alcohol concept, it’s the dining experience as well. The way the food is ordered is similar to what you find at Panera and allows you to be alerted once your food is ready so you don’t have to miss the film.

“Our goal is to provide all of the service with none of the interruption,” Welker says. 

“The taproom seats 185 people, making it big enough to handle both movie-goers and those who stop by for a drink, and there’s room for more in the cinema’s outdoor patio seating,” says Welker.

To learn more about RJ Cinema Distillery & Taproom, visit or “like” them on Facebook

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Rustic meets New American fare at this new eatery run by a husband-and-wife team. Click for all the delicious details.

Cincy Chic: What is Crown Republic Gastropub?
Haley Nutter-Sitek and Anthony Sitek, Proprietors behind Crown Republic Gastropub: Crown Republic Gastropub is the place where rustic New American fare meets “made from scratch” cooking with heart. We are inherently intersectional, both literally — at the intersection of Sycamore and 8th Street — and metaphorically. We are where innovation meets tradition; where global meets local. When a customer walks into Crown Republic, we want them to feel welcome, like their at home — even if home is thousands of miles away.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind it?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: Crown Republic finds inspiration from around the globe and at home.

Sitek: From my time in the kitchen with my grandma, Grace DeMatteo, and cultural traditions that add an eclectic flair to dishes.

Nutter-Sitek: Crown Republic takes pride in creating nearly all of our ingredients in house — including our pasta!

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind it?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: As Husband and wife, Crown Republic has been our passion project.

Sitek: Haley is a Native Cincinnatian who grew up on a farm in Loveland. She left Ohio and met Anthony in Culinary school. After working her way around Chicago and Rhode Island, Haley saw Cincinnati as not only the perfect place to settle down and raise a family, but also as a burgeoning food scene.

Nutter-Sitek: Before opening Crown Republic, Anthony first discovered his love for farm to table fair in Princeton, New Jersey at the Terra Momo Restaurant Group. Between then and now, Anthony has worked for prestigious chefs and restaurants including the four-star Apeiro Kitchen and Bar in South Florida and Bobby Flay’s Bar American in New York City.

Cincy Chic: What’s on the menu?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: The Crown Republic Menu is made up of seasonal, fresh, and made-from-scratch dishes including breakfast, small bites, Avocado and Crab Toast, scratch pastas, and stand out main dishes like their seared salmon with butter braised leeks and smoked walnuts or their crispy pork Milanese.

Cincy Chic: What makes Crown Republic unique?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: What makes Crown Republic unique is our attention to hospitality and service. From day one we’ve sought to treat every customer that comes through that door like family. It’s a quality that more easily felt than explained, but could be summed up as ‘good energy.’ At Crown Republic family comes first, and if you aren’t family, you’ll feel like family. At Crown Republic, we know their regulars, we’ve got their spot ready and greet them by name.

Cincy Chic: Where is Crown Republic located?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: Crown Republic is located on the corner of Sycamore and 8th Street, across from Arnold’s Bar and Grill.

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: Up next, we can’t wait to find new ways to bring people together over great food and even better company.

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Nutter-Sitek and Sitek: For more information like Crown Republic Gastropub on or on Instagram.

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It’s a question our life coach columnist gets often. Read on as she explains what a life coach is, what they do, and the range of ways they can help.

Are you considering hiring a life coach? Do you even know what a life coach does?  Are you curious and wondered what it would be like for YOU? 

Perhaps the therapist you hired isn’t really clicking with you or you find family and friends aren’t offering the best support or advise.

Here’s what you can expect:

A life coach provides objective guidance and isn’t trying to “fix” anything.

A life coach supports you unconditionally and has you in their best interest.

A life coach is someone that offers you the time and space to really speak about your life and discover deeper awareness and answers to what might be keeping you in fear, doubt, uncertainty or lack of direction, confidence and support in all areas of your life.  

A life coach effectively guides the conversation to produce results asking questions that maybe you’ve not considered and leads with questions so you can find clarity and understanding

Added Bonuses for having a life coach is not only the positive impact that a life coach has on your life it also includes:

on-going source of support

doesn’t have an opinion or emotional investment in your decisions who can give you truly objective guidance

building your confidence and productivity

offering accountability and follow through

moves you forward – from stuck to unstoppable

During the coaching sessions, a life coach will listen and ask questions to identify and discuss the pain points that you may not see because when you’re in “it” sometimes its challenging to see for yourself objectively.  The coach will further ask the questions to dig deep, find the root, and clear patterns that perhaps you don’t see.

As you can see, working with a life coach is super powerful. Connecting weekly and messaging in between is how I like to support my clients and a program designed specifically to fit your needs depending on what you want to achieve.  

I know that how you do one thing is how you do all things so topics may include but not limited to: work, career, health, wellness, financial, relationships, fitness, or life in general to name a few.

You Make It Happen – and being supported on your journey unconditionally allows you to move beyond the obstacles and get busy living the life of your dreams. 

I actually offer a free 20-minute call for anyone considering a life coach. It’s a great way for us to get to know each other, and for you to feel confident without making any commitments. Click here to make an appointment for that free consultation if you’re interested.

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It’s an unpredictable blend of teen romance and superhero action, but does this new flick spin a web of must-see Marvel adventure?


“Hi there … We’re getting ready to make a lot of money together for a major Hollywood studio!” Peter Parker (Tom Holland, center) gets introduced to Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal, right) while Nick Fury’s assistant soldier Dmitri (Numan Acar, far left) in a scene from SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME. Credit: Jay Maidment © 2019 CTMG, Inc. All rights reserved.




KEY CAST MEMBERS: Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jon Favreau, Jacob Balaton, Zendaya, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders, Angourie Rice, J.B. Smoove, Martin Starr, Tony Revolori, Remy Hii and Marisa Tomei

DIRECTOR(S): Jon Watts

THE BACK STORY: Still reeling from the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home finds Peter Parker (Tom Holland) still attempting to get over the [SPOILER ALERT – BUT YOU’VE HAD PLENTY OF TIME TO FIND THIS OUT!] death of his mentor Tony Stark. Now, Tony’s trusted right hand man Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) is trying to help Peter progress and move forward; Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), on the other hand, are hoping to talk to him about the Elementals, a threat that just popped up in Mexico and may be moving in to more spots around the globe. 

Peter, however, has one thing on his mind – well two, if you count his suspicious about what his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) may be up to in her free time – and that’s his upcoming class trip to Europe with Ned (Jacob Balaton), MJ (Zendaya), Flash (Tony Revolori), Betty (Angourie Rice), Brad (Remy Hii) and their science teachers/chaperones Mr. Harrington (Martin Starr) and Mr. Bell (J.B. Smoove). Unfortunately for Peter, (1) Nick Fury isn’t going to take kindly to him trying to ghost his calls; (2) Brad – who grew up quite a bit in the 5 years after “the blip” – has his eyes on MJ, too and (3) It seems like that disturbance in Mexico seems to be heading towards Europe.

But luckily for Peter, he’s about to get some help in form of a soldier from an alternate Earth who has come to fights the Elementals by the name of Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal) … Or, as the world will soon come to know him, Mysterio …

THE REVIEW: Given all that happened in the latter movie, many fans were shocked to learn that it would be Spider-Man: Far From Home and not Avengers: Endgame that would wrap up Marvel’s Phase Three plans. It would almost seem that by doing so, Far From Home would have an immense amount of pressure to live up to, especially since a year is slated to pass before Marvel drops another film on the public. But this is Marvel we’re talking about, which means there is no way they were going to let Sony Pictures let one of its most iconic characters go out and make the studio nor Iron Man down.

In other words, Far From Home lives up to expectations and then some with a well-crafted story, action sequences, plenty of humor and a game-changing ending worthy of passing the torch from Tony Stark to Peter Parker.

Given that longtime fans of the character have already watched Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield attempt to carve out their own niche as Spider-Man, Holland may now own the mantle as the definitive actor to play him – Far From Home serving as his greatest showcase to date. Exhibiting the classic naiveté of a teenager at times as he still tries to understand of what he is fully capable both as a superhero and a young man with his eye on a girl, Holland also shows all of the classic comic book elements that made Spider-Man such a big deal in the first place in terms of his humor, creativity and strength when he is forced to step up and go to battle. His interactions with his all of co-stars only serve to enhance these facets of the character as his ragtag group of fellow students feels perfectly cast with Balaton, Zendaya, Revolori, Hii and Rice all adding perfectly to the story.

Likewise, the adults more than come through in Far From Home with their respective roles. While you’re never really going to ever go wrong with Jackson doing Jackson-like things for two hours as Nick Fury with Smulders exhibiting a calm cool as his second-in-command, Favreau keeps his comedy contingency high while adding as a bit of diet Stark to whom Holland’s Parker can vent his frustrations. Tomei keeps finding ways to make the cinematic version of Aunt May more interesting she’s ever been and Gyllenhaal expertly exhibits all of the elements of his character ala the way Michael Keaton did in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Director Jon Watts (who co-wrote the film with Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers) proves his previous work with Spider-Man wasn’t a fluke, as Far From Home steps up everything the aforementioned Homecoming does in terms of pacing, humor, peril, general storytelling and visual engagement well. The film never feels as long as its 2 hour, 15 minute running time, no moments feel wasted and his ability to get everything he needs in the moment out of his actors definitely pays dividends with the finished product. In short, Watts and co. have done the thing that is very hard to do with any superhero story, let alone a movie in general: Craft a tale that satisfies every need with a cast that you won’t spend time second-guessing if they were right for the role and a story that contains enough original, organic moments combined “oh – didn’t see that coming!” ones to tie into the larger world (in this case, the Marvel Cinematic Universe / MCU for short) while still being its own unique thing.

So while the character himself may be far from home, the latest Spider-Man movie proves that when it comes to the future of the MCU, he’s definitely found one as long as Holland, Watts and co. can continue to deliver quality stories like this.



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Learn about an arts and crafts show that attracts a variety of eclectic artisans and crafters.

Avant-Garde shows take the traditional craft show and turn it on its head with unique vendors.

The Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show has been bringing together artisans and crafters to the Midwest since June 2011.

The series of arts and crafts events showcase local handmade artisans and crafters while bringing attention the eclectic talent in the area.

The show, created by Becki Silverstein, was inspired by a desire to create a show that also has a unique spin compared to other arts and crafts shows.

“We try to find vendors who are unique, hence avant-garde, that put their own special touch to what is a classic type of craft style,” says Silverstein. “For example, jewelry, but made steampunked, or candles, but are hand-poured in liquor bottles and so forth. We like to take the old way of crafting and make it new.”

The event isn’t just about bringing together artisans, crafters, and to put a spin on the traditional craft show, but it also supports great causes in the community.

“A portion of all proceeds from each Avant-Garde branded event is donated to a local charity within the community of where the shows are held,” adds Silverstein.

The shows themselves are put on by Rebecca Adele PR & Events, which is also owned by Silverstein. In addition to a background in putting on arts and crafts shows, Silverstein also has experience as a crafter – so she has been on both ends of the business as both a customer and as a vendor.

The show itself was created to turn the traditional arts and crafts show and flip it on its head. “We vetted out and found as many unique vendors who go through a jury process to be in the event,” she says. “So we can share with the public some of the amazing local talent in the area.”

When you attend an Avant-Garde show, you can expect to see everything ranging from home decor to jewelry to bath and body products. You’ll also find apparel, items for animals, and everything in between. “There is literally something for everyone,” says Silverstein.

New for this year’s events is a food truck that’s been invited, as well as new and old vendors. The next Cincinnati-area show is September 22 at the Oasis Golf Club & Conference Center in Loveland. Proceeds from this event will go to Bake MeHome, a local non-profit.

To learn more about the Avant-Garde shows and to find a show near you, visit You can also follow along on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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The owners of MiCA 12/v are opening a new art store in the heart of Over-the-Rhine. Read on for all the details.

Paper Wings is a new storefront in OTR featuring all things paper related.

Cincy Chic: What is Paper Wings?
Carolyn Deininger, Founder of Paper Wings: Paper Wings is a new store by the owners of MiCA 12/v (Mike & Carolyn Deininger) featuring things paper related – cards, notebooks, journals, sketchbooks, and original local art on paper. It is two doors down from MiCA at 1207 Vine St in Over-the-Rhine.

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind the new store?
Deininger: The inspiration is my love of paper goods, and the paper stores she frequented as a kid and an art student. I’ve always loved a brand new notebook or sketchbook. It’s full of possibility.

Also increased demand at MiCA for more cards and paper products (and no room left to feature them) made us feel like it was a good time to try. MiCA has been selling more and more greeting cards as customers try to balance the frenzy of on screen, digital communication with slower, more thoughtfully handwritten, personal letters and cards on paper.

Cincy Chic: Who’s behind Paper Wings?
Deininger: Mike & Carolyn Deininger of Cincinnati, husband and wife team responsible for the gift shop and gallery MiCA 12/v on the corner of 12th & Vine in OTR. After 11 great years in business at MiCA in OTR we felt it was the right time to develop something new and provide another venue for local art and indie made gifts. Mike has a management background and I have a fine arts background. I tend to be more of the creative factor while Mike facilitates the running of the stores. (Together we make a great team)

Cincy Chic: What types of products do you sell?
Deininger: We sell local, original artwork on paper, as well as our favorite paper goods; cards, journals, sketchbooks, planners, wrapping paper, and some other paper related gift items. We have a beautiful line of jewelry by Wyoming artist Susan Fleming. The pieces are cast silver with Japanese chiyogami paper inset. We also have some fun cork globes where you can mark all the places you’ve travelled with pushpins, or use it to save and display trip memorabilia – a photo, train ticket stub, or museum tickets. Love letter napkins are worthy of hanging on your wall. These feature the text of actual love letters written by famous authors and artists.

We are really excited about the original artworks in our first gallery show. These incredibly detailed collages are using found, antique illustrations by local artist Sara Caswell Pearce.  Sara has had shows at the CAC, the Carnegie, the Weston Gallery, the Mercantile Library, and other prominent art venues. We are proud to have her work in our first show – which will run through July.

Cincy Chic: What makes Paper Wings unique?
Deininger: What makes Paper Wings unique is the special aesthetic vision of the store. Each item in the store is chosen thoughtfully by myself, with intent. The focus is on finding items made by local and/or independent designers/makers featuring great design and craftsmanship, that fits a specific aesthetic to create a curated collection. This carefully chosen collection will compliment and not take away from the local artwork that shows in the gallery portion of the store. The selection process sets Paper Wings apart from other paper stores. But mostly it is the original art, – there will be monthly revolving art shows in the gallery section of the store, with original works on paper. Art openings will be on every Final Friday. Our inaugural show is “Flights of Fancy”, collages and paper cuts by Sara Caswell Pearce, opening on the 28th of June, from 7pm to 9pm.

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon?
Deininger: We will be offering workshops by local makers where you can learn book making, paper marbling, calligraphy and more.

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Deininger: Follow us on Instagram and Facebook or on the web at

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Our life coach columnist shares a personal story about how her mother, a three-time cancer survivor, uses setbacks to fuel her hope and drive for her future.

Who do you know that’s been affected by cancer? Cancer isn’t something you can ignore, and it will not go away. Some lose their battle while others win. Some go in remission and others continue the fight. And if they find themselves fortunate to be a three-time survivor they rise and go into service to support others.

This story is a story of triumph. A woman who has had breast cancer three times in her life. First time treatment was radiation, the second time was partial mastectomy, and a final battle with a double mastectomy.

But this story isn’t about her surviving, it’s what she did with her life from the initial diagnoses.

Her first reaction was “I won’t be around for my kids. I can’t have that.” And as she looked for answers she found the radiation was the way to go. At the age of 48, her treatments began. Following the treatments, she decided she wanted to help others and entered a nine-month program to earn her LPN (licensed practical nurse) certificate so she could offer patient care. At 50, she began this career.

For close to 30 years she was in service in the medical field, but sadly in between, the cancer came back. Not once but twice. She kept her faith and a battle cry to be a survivor and is still with us today at the age of 85.  

This amazing woman is my mother.

I share this story with you to encourage and enlighten you around trusting and knowing.  When you can believe in the process regardless of the direction you might be going, it’s how you spend that time.

Goals are always the focal point and needed to give you direction, yet the loving the process and really being in the moment along the journey brings bigger dividends.

As I have watched many other family members battle cancer and survive, and for others who lost their battle, seeing how they spend their moments in-between have been significantly different.  

Life’s journey comes with plot twist and U-turns, and you don’t always know what the outcome will be, but the way you can conditioning your mind may impact how things turn out.

I’ll leave you with this.

From the movie Hope Float at the end she says “…beginnings are scary, endings are usually sad, but it’s the middle that counts the most. Try to remember that when you find yourself at a new beginning. Just give hope a chance to float up. And it will…”

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See how a family-owned, hometown hair salon in Milford was recently rebranded and remodeled to blend its history in the community with haute industry trends and expertise!

Salon’63 is a hair salon in Old Milford offering a variety of hair services.

Cincy Chic: What is Salon’63?
Sara Wilson, Founder of Salon’63: We are a hair salon in Old Milford!

Cincy Chic: What’s the inspiration behind the salon?
Wilson: Family! Our salon has been known as that family-owned, hometown hair salon for so many years and I love it. I feel like every client that walks through the doors should be treated like they’ve been coming here for years.

Cincy Chic: What inspired the rebrand of the salon?
Wilson: I was given the opportunity to really make the salon my own, and to reintroduce some new techniques, styles, and passion for the industry!

Cincy Chic: What’s the significance of the name of your salon?
Wilson: Our name means so much to me! The year 1963 is when our former owner Bill Gayheart opened his salon Gayheart’s Total Design. He has given me such a wonderful opportunity and mentored me in such a way that I wanted to be able to honor him and all his success!

The women behind Salon’63, including Owner Sara Wilson.

Cincy Chic: You’re a new mom, how do you balance #momlife and salon life?
Wilson: Oh gosh! I am still working on that! Haha Honestly, I have a very supportive husband, and 3 talented stylists working with me who help out so much. My clientele has also been incredibly flexible and understanding. I couldn’t do it without them.

Cincy Chic: What makes you most excited about being the hair/makeup sponsor for Cincy Chic’s Vintage Chic Fashion Show on June 21?
Wilson: Just being able to showcase our talent, be around an awesome group of women and get our salon name out there!

Cincy Chic: Is there anything new on the horizon for Salon’63?
Wilson: Well, this year is our third year in business! We’ve been working so hard and really getting our name out there. This year we are so focused on building relationships and our reputation as hair color specialists! We’ve also recently done a photoshoot showcasing some of our formal styles which was SO MUCH FUN. Bring on those brides!

Cincy Chic: Where can readers go to learn more and follow along?
Wilson: We are on Instagram and Facebook!