2042 Wooddale Drive
Woodbury, MN. 44125
Tressa Design team
FSS 302MC, FSS 301 NFC, FMT 550 C
“FanOut Shears have quickly become my shear of choice! The quality combined with the design make the shears priceless. The Texturizing shears are amazing! The technology and research that goes into FanOut shears, definitely shows that they understand the hairdressers needs!”
“ I believe that our art is a transformation of each individual’s inner beauty. The vision of extending that beauty into current fashion allows me to passionately create modern and artistic designs.” She currently services her clientele in a private studio in St.Paul, Minnesota. “There, I can focus on each individual needs. It also gives me the freedom to continue to explore new a creative ways to approach our art.”
“I was born to be a hairdresser!” Chantelle has 16 years experience. For 10 years, she has passionately facilitated across the country the latest trends in our industry for Matrix. “I have had the great experience to be apart of creating Matrix’s Trend Collection for the past two seasons and be apart of the development team for the Matrix Global Academy.”
She has been involved with events such as Fashion Week in NYC, for Designer Tara Subkoff, Imitation of Christ and appeared on Oprah for Locks of Love. Chantelle has been featured on Behindthechair.com helping Rachel Dratch from SNL with styling tips.
Her work has been published in Matrix News, Modern Salon, Hair Color & Design, Process, JCPenny Salon Magazine and Inspire. Chantelle has experience with photo shoots for Seventeen Magazine, Matrix’s Global Academy, Matrix’s Trend Collections and JCPenny’s Trends.
Chantelle has been apart of Nicholas French’s team for Alternative Hair Show for the last three years. Chantelle has done personal work for Kevin Krier, Kevin Krier & Associates, out of NYC. Kevin was the producer for Tom Ford for Gucci and YSL.
When she lived in Las Vegas, she worked events for Hyundai Canada featuring the “Rat Pack” and CEC out of California featuring celebrities Brooke Burke and Randy Evans. She worked with one of the local news anchor of the WB Las Vegas, Guy Ferris and performers from Celine Dion’s production.