Style Professionals

Our Professionals


Nina Arrastia
Owner- Head Stylist

Head stylist Nina Arrastia has been in the beauty industry for more than 11 years. A graduate of Rob Roy Academy she holds a class one license in cosmetology and is certified in hair, nails and facials. 

Nina is versed in a variety of techniques and her skills has earned her a loyal unisex client base. She is an expert in clipper cuts, color correction, color formulation and foils. Nina is also certified in Privana, Paul Mithcell, Goldwell and Redken color lines.

Her passion is for cutting and styling curly hair.  If you wake up every morning dreading what to do with your hair you are the perfect client for Nina.   


Katherine Murphy
Stylist

Katherine Murphy has been a stylist since 2005. She earned her cosmetology license from Bay Path Vocational High School. In addition to being a hair stylist, Kate also specializes in manicures, pedicures and body waxing.

Kates area of expertise is foils and color, but her passion is in creating edgy styles and haircuts. She loves working with all kinds of hair from curly to straight and thick to thin. Kate has vast experience with on location Bridal and Princess Parties.

Kate is certified in Keratin Complex Treatment. In her free time she enjoys giving back to the community and donates her expertise for charitable causes.   


Kyra Fournier
Esthetician

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Kyra Fournier graduated from Assabet Valley in 2007 as an Esthetician. She has extensive knowledge in skin care and is certified in the G.M. Collin product line. Her passion is educating her clients about how to best maintain their skin and keep it young and fresh looking. 

Kyra considers herself a skin therapist and everyone can have beautiful skin when they take care of it correctly. 


Pam Riddle
Masseuse

Pam Riddle graduated from Bancroft School of Massage Therapy’s only accelerated program for Certified Athletic Trainers & Physical Therapists in 2003.  As a Certified Athletic Trainer, she has extensive knowledge and experience in treating orthopedic injuries through massage.  She holds a Master’s degree in Exercise Science from Springfield College and a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from the University of Rhode Island.

Before becoming a middle school wellness teacher, Pam worked as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor. Her passion is working with clients one-on-one to reach their wellness goals through massage, exercise, and healthy eating. Pam has been an avid CrossFitter since 2011 and is Level 1 and Kids certified through CrossFit.

Pam co-authors a health and fitness blog called www.fitmomsfullplates.com.  The focus is on promoting health through education, simple recipes, and tips on how to be healthy with a full plate.