By Elizabeth Carrillo Posted March 10, 2023
Going to college and still trying to work is one of the most challenging experiences people will face. When you want your dream job, you will fight for whatever you want and not stop till you get it. It’s not impossible, you just have to want it to go after it.
Lyndsee Jimenez went to work, and school, and completed it in two years; she fought for her dream and pushed through. She didn’t stop until she got the license to do what she loved most.
“Going to school part-time took just two years of commuting, but in the end, I completed my hair design license,” said Jimenez.
Jimenez came home permanently and joined Anne Sample and her team at Premier Salon in 2006. Since she was a young girl, she watched her aunts in the environment that set the tone for her love. She made her dream come true and opened the salon of her dreams.
“Opening Allure back in 2011 was a childhood dream come true and I’m so grateful to have such a supportive family that has always encouraged my passion for entrepreneurship,” said Jimenez.
Being your boss must be a very stressful job, but Jimenez makes it all work. She’s a very powerful strong independent woman that made her dream come true.
Her husband and kids are by far the best partners in this endeavor.
“I wouldn’t be successful without the love and support of my family, friends, great clients, and amazing Allure family,” said Jimenez.
Jimenez works so hard each day making sure her clients have a smile on their faces when they get to see their new selves. After a long day of making people smile she comes home and receives smiles from her kids.