Melissa Leitru

Growing up out in the country, you could always find me creating something. Either drawing, painting, taking pictures or running around outside with my mullet (I have pictures to prove it). I have always loved art and couldn't see myself having a career that didn’t let me express that. This lead me to Paul Mitchell School of Cosmetology. After graduating in 2012 and working at several salons in and around Cincinnati, I have been working hard to perfect my craft over the past 6 years. Since the culture is constantly changing, there’s always more for me to learn, but I love challenging myself and learning new things. As a cosmetologist, I want to show people love while inspiring them to be unique and be themselves. I want anyone who sits in my chair to feel welcome and feel like we’ve known each other for a lifetime. I started Wild Honey Salon because I want to serve people and hear their stories. Even if you don’t need your hair done, my door is always open to you!


Megan Corcoran

I've been a hairstylist for 11 years, my passion for hair started while I was a receptionist at a hair salon in high school. I decided to go to college at the University of Cincinnati and after two years I realized it "just wasn't for me." I immediately started my search for a hair school and soon enrolled at Micheals College of Hair Design. I loved hair, I loved being artistic in coloring hair. I loved the precision of cutting. This was the industry for me! Doing hair allows me to combine my creativity and love for people.



Katie Martin

I went to Paul Mitchell the school to study cosmetology. After graduating, I decided to further my education and attended barbering school as well.  I recently started a new chapter in my career training as a Matrix Educator. I specialize in cuts, colors, and braids. I am passionate about hair and love my craft.


Melanie Thorman

My creativity and love for art have allowed me to flourish as a hair stylist. I pursued my passion at Paul Mitchell where I learned to perfect the science of color and the creativity of cuts and styles. Standing behind the chair for the first time, I knew I had picked the perfect career to help people. I wake up every day knowing that I can put a smile on someone's face and lift their spirits by giving them the best experience possible. Giving a cut and color is one thing, but teaching someone how to reproduce their style at home so they can look their best every day makes my heart smile.


Tamara Tadaki

I started cutting hair around 13 years old and quickly realized that if I had to do something for the rest of my life, cosmetology was that thing! I went to Paul Mitchell the School and officially became a cosmetologist in 2012. If I'm not doing anyone’s hair, I’m at home being a cat mom, binge watching tv, or going to a random concert here and there.