Our Staff


Tina Miller

Currently working on: Making our salon and day spa the best it can be. Must have at A Do or Day: A whole day of beauty.When did you know that this profession was right for you? When I was in middle school, I worked part-time in my Aunt?s salon. I then went to a vocational school that offered cosmetology. How long have you been in this profession? Since 1985How would you describe your approach to doing hair color? Through consultation. It's good to find out the client's natural skin tone, what they want to change about their color, what their time commitment is, and what their beauty budget is. What inspires your creativity? Current trends in fashion and season changes. What advice would you give to someone considering your services for the first time? Look for pictures to show your stylist. How do you customize your services for each and every client? Consultation and getting to know the client. What's your approach to returning clients? Re-consulting, maybe you want something new!Describe your personal style: I think my personal style changes on a daily basis depending on my mood, seasons, and current trends.

Stefanie Scranton


Breana Hancock

Level 1 - I am a graduate from a Paul Mitchell Partner School and have always had my hands in hair from a very young age! I take pride in customizing each clients look by enhancing and embracing their natural features. I love creating lived in looks that can be easily recreated at home. Being up to date on hair trends and fashion, my passion is in dimensional color, Balayage/Ombr?, textured cuts, and continuing education! Firm believer in doing what I love and loving what I do.

Jenn Magniez

Level 3 - I have been a stylist for 12 years. My main goal is to be able to have my clients feel comfortable in my chair and leave feeling confident and beautiful. I love highlighting hair to create a natural look, while also having fun with bold vibrant colors! Cutting hair is a passion of mine. Using different techniques to give texture and movement to your hair. I also love giving any edgy short cuts including men's hair. I will always listen to the clients wants and needs while giving my honest opinion with the knowledge I hold to give anyone BEAUTIFUL hair!

John Sparks

Level 4 - I am a graduate of a Paul Mitchell academy and have been in the industry for over 10 years. I have had the privilege of working with some of the industry's top artists and the opportunity to work with big named company that helped me shape my career. I specialize in precision haircutting, custom color applications, and barbering!What inspires you? Well I always like to question myself while getting into a project, asking myself what if I do this, or do that, what will happen? I'm always educating myself on fun a new ways to take my skills to the next level!How did you get into becoming a hairdresser? Well I've always been into art and creating with my hands, and while on a break from college an old friend of mine, that was a hairdresser, told me that I should think about going to hair school, so after some thought I said, what the heck, so I did and I haven't looked back since!It's kind of strange now that when I look back at my childhood, I was always cutting my friends hair because I was the artistic one! LOL, so it makes sense!Having fun while working with the guest to get them to their hair goal is the most important part of being a stylist! - John Sparxx

Valerie Pica

Level 1 - I have been in the industry for over 5 years, and truly love what I do! I love attending classes to keep up with the latest trends and techniques, and am sure to carefully listen to my clients vision to best access their needs and lifestyle so they can feel their best in and out of the salon!

Adrienne Hansen

Level 4 - What are you obsessed with at A Do or Dye? I love the Redken Shades Cream. It is so rich and produces a nice shine for the hair. It also is true to tone making it very easy to work with. When did you know this profession was right for you? In preschool, I chopped the right side of my hair all the way up to my ear and was always cutting my Barbie?s hair. I realized, that even at a young age, I had a passion for doing hair. These experiences lead me to enroll in cosmetology school. How would you describe your approach to doing hair color? I love to start off with a good consultation with my client. During this time, we would look at pictures and swatches to determine what will look good with their skin tone. I would also ask questions about the client?s needs in order to establish a hairstyle that will be well-suited for their everyday life. What inspires your creativity? I?ve always been very artistic. I love making people feel good and look beautiful. Makeovers are my favorite! I am able to enhance the client?s true beauty inside and out. What recommendations would you give to a first-time client who is considering coloring their hair? I would first ask them a lot of questions like what kind of maintenance do you want?, what do you not like about you current hairstyle/ color?, why do you want to color it?, and what are your envisions for your hairstyle? After determining the answers to these questions, I would give the client my professional opinion on what I believe would be best for them. How do you customize your services for each and every client? I always want to enhance what the client already has (Hair flow, color, skin tones, etc.). This varies from client to client. My goal is to make sure the needs and wants are met for the client.

Breana Brown

Bre is a cosmetology graduate from The Temple: A Paul Mitchell partner school in Frederick MD. She has been painting nails since high school and has a passion for creating new designs and staying updated on the newest trends.

Lisa Beaumont

Services that I offer: Novalash eyelash extensions Must haves at A Do or Dye? Everything! I?d have to say my top three are Pedicures, Gel Polish, and Moroccan Oil. When did you know that this profession was right for you? When I had my lashes done for my sister?s wedding and loved them! I knew that I would love making women beautiful and happy. What advice would you give to someone considering your services for the first time? I would want them to know that these lashes are low maintenance, a time saver, and give instant gratification. How do you customize your services for each and every client? We discuss what they want their lashes to look like, how they want to wear them, and what their expectations are. Depending on their natural lash, we can create the look desired.What's your approach to returning clients? I like to discuss their current length and feelings about their lashes so we always achieve their desired look.

Natasha Wimert

Services that I offer: Facials, Chemical Peel, Microdermabrasion, Body Treatments, Waxing; Face & Body, Lash Lifting, Lash and Brow Tinting, and misc add-on services.How do you customize a spa service for each client? Depending on their individual skin type and present skin condition.How would you describe your approach to skincare? Treat the condition first and foremost while maintaining skin heath. Education: Aesthetics Institute, Graduated from The Fila Academy in 2008, Further education through Spa Expo and The Dermalogica International Dermal Institute

Joanne Kramer

JoAnne is a Licensed massage therapist. Licensed in Maryland and Virginia. She utilizes an array of modalities which include swedish, deep tissue, aromatherapy, hot stone, reflexology and prenatal. She creates a massage that suits your specific needs. JoAnne has been practicing massage now for 15 years in which she graduated from Baltimore School of Massage in 2004. Her goal is to help her clients to achieve relaxation and stress reduction through each session.

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