MEET THE STYLISTS

 


Danny Pantaleo
Billie Jean Beetem
Billie Jean Beetem
Lawrence Moran

Thom Markee


     

Daniel Pantaleo

Danny's career took off at a very young age. After graduating high school he enrolled at Costins Warwick School of Cosmetology in Rhode Island. With only two months attendance he began working at Altered Images Salon, located in the East Side of Providence. Altered Images was where he grew comfortable working in the salon environment. He kept up his studies at school while also observing the salon's stylists work magic on their clients—the much needed skills of communication and artistry. Once graduated from Costins Worwick, Danny continued working at Altered Images for more then six years, refining his own skills and developing his artistic style.

In 1999 Danny went on a weekend trip to Provincetown that turned into his permanent residence. The town enchanted Danny, so he applied to the most promising salon he could find, Salon Rose. During the many changes of the salon and its owners, Danny has maintained his education through certification in many educational classes for color, styles and products that are provided each year.

Danny's goal is to always achieve excellence with the quality of his work. You will feel pampered and beautiful at the hands of this artist.

  IN SALON: MON, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN

Lawrence Moran

Lawrence is a highly trained, cutting-edge hair professional with over 18 years experience. He has worked at salons in Miami and New Orleans, and does freelance work with Columbia Tristar.

A master at his craft, Lawrence came to Provincetown from New Orleans to work at Salon Rose, and eventually took ownership of the business now known as Snip Salon, fulfilling his life-long dream.

Lawrence's education:

  • Bumble & Bumble management course
  • Bumble & Bumble Razor cut certification
  • Certified in Keratin Complex
  • Brazillian smoothing system
  • Redken color certification
  • American Crew product courses

Billie Jean Beetem

Billie's hairdressing career began many years ago in Kansas. Her talent spawns from working in many great salons and trade shows across the country. She has worked with teams such as Gram Webb for Redkin, Matrix & Wella, the Xinon International Design Team, and Matrix Hair Care. While working with these teams, she taught advanced techniques to hairdressers on the platform.

Later in her career, she moved to Provincetown where she became a Stylist/Manager at Salon Rose. Billie says: "Salon Rose, now Snip, is one of the greatest places I have ever worked". Eventually, Billie took a ten year break to work at one of the top Salons in Atlanta. Her work from this time period can be seen in many of the best Bridal Magazines all over the country.

Currently, Billie is a stylist and is delighted to work with so many talented and creative designers.

Billie's message to you: "This is the place I call home I'd like to welcome you into it."

  IN SALON: MON, THU, FRI, SAT, SUN

Thom Markee

After completing a foundation year at The Art Institute of Boston, where he studied fine arts, art history and photography, Thom decided to pursue a carrier in cosmetology. First assisting and studying at Vidal Sassoon, for two years. Here, he learned advanced cutting and styling techniques. Thom went on to work at two of the most sought after salons on Newbury St., at the time, Sal Sanazarro and James Joesph Salon. Thom was awarded Best Men’s Hair Cut, by Improper Bostonian Magazine in 2001.

In 2002, he moved to NYC, to pursue hair and his art. While working in various salons in the city and Brooklyn, Thom also worked on photoshoots, working a few times with Nylon Magazine, as well as Time Out NY. His art work landed in the Village Voice and in an advertisement for the popular night club, Crowbar. He also participated in many group shows throughout the city, and still does today here in Provincetown. In 2007, Thom did an episode of Split Ends, on the Style Network.

Thom Markee

After completing a foundation year at The Art Institute of Boston, where he studied fine arts, art history and photography, Thom decided to pursue a carrier in cosmetology. First assisting and studying at Vidal Sassoon, for two years. Here, he learned advanced cutting and styling techniques. Thom went on to work at two of the most sought after salons on Newbury St., at the time, Sal Sanazarro and James Joesph Salon. Thom was awarded Best Men’s Hair Cut, by Improper Bostonian Magazine in 2001.

In 2002, he moved to NYC, to pursue hair and his art. While working in various salons in the city and Brooklyn, Thom also worked on photoshoots, working a few times with Nylon Magazine, as well as Time Out NY. His art work landed in the Village Voice and in an advertisement for the popular night club, Crowbar. He also participated in many group shows throughout the city, and still does today here in Provincetown. In 2007, Thom did an episode of Split Ends, on the Style Network.

Jarrod Drugge

Jarrod knew he wanted to continue his Grandfather's legacy of educating hairstylists.

So, for the last 10 years as a Brand Educator for Nioxin, Wella & Sebastian, he has educated hairstylists across the country. He's worked behind the scenes on countless hair & fashion shows, and has been Lead Artist on the Nioxin Main stage at the Premier Orlando, the largest beauty show in the country. Jarrod is a Certified Wella Master Colorist specializing in all areas of color. An Extension Specialist working with HairDreams and So.Cap.

From tight clipper fades to long flowing layers, geometric bobs or razor shags, Jarrod loves it all.