April
 Tina
 Amanda  
 Rachel 
 Becky 
Hi,
I'm April D. Kowalski-Milbrodt. I graduated from Hermiston High in 1990, Hermiston College of Beauty in 1995, and DPSST in Monmouth, Oregon in 1999.
I have a well rounded career including Nendels Fine Dining  (Front Desk Manager / Specialist), Lamb Weston food processing as a lead, approximately 7 years in Customer Service and Accounting, 21 years now as a Cosmetologist (9 years at Styling Arena, and 12 years as owner of The Main Stylin' Nook), and 5 years as a correctional officer at EOCI and Umatilla County Jail.
I was born and raised in Hermiston, Oregon and resided in Stanfield 22 years. I have eight children, Shaun, Tyler, Stephanie, Mickey, Michelle, Kayla, Stephanie, Bethanie, and Anthony too!.  Stephanie and Bethanie are my biological daughters.
My business and kids are a constant juggling act.
Besides my business and my children, I enjoy crocheting, reading, my dogs cats, and two little ladies (my pet milfer hens), 4-wheeling, and camping.
My many other activities include the Stanfield 4th of July Celebration, Kenra Professional with the Rapunzel Project (2 years), Locks-of-Love (11 years now), 10 years on the Little League board, coached soccer and baseball / softball, High School Survey Board, High School Committee board, Team Mom, Classroom Mom and wherever else I'm needed.
What motivates me to be a great hairdresser? Originally it was a quick way to go to school, get an education and be available to raise my kids. Being a local and the variety of experience I've had prior to being a cosmetologist helped and before I knew it, it all just fell into place.  I ended up building a business that represents my values, goals, and desires for my family.  And I'm good at it!  I care!
There have been lots of life's lessons and bumps along the way, but I wouldn't change a thing.  I love my kids, my salon family, and my community and friends. I am one lucky lady and truly blessed. I'm motivated by how I've touched peoples lives and how they've touched mine. When they leave my salon they feel better.  Whatever they are looking for, they leave with. That is very rewarding. I provide a place where each person who walks through the door, through their contributions can claim part ownership in what we have created in this salon. I couldn't have done any of it without the village and experiences I had along the way. 
My salon's "heart beat" are the clients who walk through our doors, without a doubt, and I never want to ever forget that.

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Hi,
I'm Tina Rice.
I obtained my styling education at the Pendleton School of Hair.  I have worked for 11 years here at The Main Stylin' Nook in Stanfield. 

My parents are from here in Stanfield.  I have a daughter named Lacy and two step kids, Jeff and Kaylee.

Besides my fun here at the salon, I enjoy any sports, music, art, painting, snowboarding, reading, decorating my house, gardening and baking.

I have been involved with the Annual Stanfield 4th of July Celebration, the Annual Locks-of-Love, The Rapunzel Project, and Relay for Life.

I'm a great hairdresser because I love to help other feel good about themselves. I am a Curly Hair Specialist due my own naturally curly hair.  It can be a real challenge.  My curly locks have motivated me to want to teach other women how to maintain and control their curls without the frustration.

  • Stylist
Hi,
I'm Amanda Harris. I'm a Stanfield, Oregon graduate of 2006.  I graduated Pendleton College of Hair Design and Competency School of Portland in 2007.
In high school I worked at Flying Buffalo in Echo, Oregon, Taco Time in Hermiston, Oregon, and The Main Stylin' Nook as a receptionist.  As a stylist I've spent four years with Enjoy Style in Stanfield and nine years with The Main Stylin' Nook.
I was born and raised in Stanfield and currently live in Echo, Oregon with my husband, Ruben and our 3 children, Wyatt, Morgan, and Cooper.
I love the outdoors, gardening, helping with the family farm, spending time with kids and family, and volunteering in the community when needed.
I love being able to help clients feel better about themselves and the flexible schedule of being a beautician so I get time to be a mom and get my "me" time by coming to work.
I have chosen The Main Stylin' Nook team since high school as a receptionist and now a beautician.  I love how comfortable it is here and how it feels like one big family.
 And how many places can you wear camo to work?!

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  • Esthetician
Hi, I'm Rachel Irving. 
I graduated in 2011 from Pendleton College of Hair Design in Nails and Esthetician.
I have been employed at The Main Stylin' Nook for 1 year as of July 2014.  I Graduated from Stanfield in 2002.
Married my high school sweetheart, Bob Irving.  We live in Hermiston with our 8 year old daughter, Lilly.
I am very, very artistic!  I also enjoy cooking, crafting, gardening, camping in the summer, and getaways to the ocean.
2014 will be my second year with the Locks of Love and Rapunzel Project events.
My clients motivate me!  I love my clients and they are my reason to come to work.  It's so fun to create tiny masterpieces on client's nails and to see how happy it makes them.
I have chosen The Main Stylin' Nook team because they are genuine sincere people with such an easy going atmosphere and I love the work.

  • Stylist
Hello,
 My name is Becky Gutierrez. I graduated from Stanfield High in 2004 and then graduated from Pendleton College of Beauty.  I have worked as a beautician at Smart Style, Perfect Look and the Stylin' Nook.  After a break from the salon to give my family all of my attention, I'm now back with the Stylin' Nook.
I was born in Hermiston and lived in Stanfield all my life.  I enjoy listening to music, baking, and shopping.  I'm involved with Relay for Life, Locks of Love, and the Repunzel Project. 
I enjoy working with hair and making people feel good about the way they look.

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