II am excited to say that I just hired Lisa Anderson as my Managing Stylist; I have ran Sugar Salon 10 years without a Manager nor any additional leadership help that I have needed.
Lisa Anderson is a veteran in the hair industry and she has been fortunate to walk in her passion as a Hairstylist, Mentor and Educator. She was able to build a massive clientele in a short period of time….Known for her unique ability to meld old school beauty with up to the minute trends, Lisa has styled hair for some of the most glamorous and trendsetting magazines and fashion events- Modern Magazine, Washington Post FW Magazine, Face On Magazine, Editorial Magazine, New York Times Magazine, Sophisticates Black Hair, Mazza, Style Q, Passion Partners and many more. Lisa is a cutting edge and leading Hairstylist for New York Fashion Week, DC Fashion Week, Miami Fashion Week (to name a few). Starting her career working in some of Washington DC’ best salons, Lisa quickly found herself designing, cutting, coloring, and, styling hair behind the scenes of some of the east coasts premier fashion events and print media. With her unique ability to thrive under pressure, Lisa began working New York Mercedez Benz Fashion Week and DC’s Fashion Week every season, quickly grasping what it means to be a high fashion stylist. Working with Woody and Amy Michleb, she found herself styling hair for some of the hottest designers and models including Brandon Sun, Erin Fetherston, Angel Sanchez, Alon Livne and Mr. Triple X.
Dividing her time between DC, NYC and ATL, Lisa works in beauty, print, film, music video, runway, red carpet, celebrity, and advertising where her hair artistry is frequently celebrated. Lisa has worked with, Carl Ray-Michelle Obama's Official stylist, Hadiiyah Barbel, American novelist and screenwriter Laura Hillenbrand, Real Housewives of Potomac, Ashley Darby, WJLA News Channel 7, and Foxx 5, just to name a few.
Lisa's work has been published with photographers Roger Erickson, Eric Madigan Heck, Yvonne Taylor, Walter Grio, Lez Guzman, Monica True and Marvin Joesph.