Grove City’s Headline Styling Salon to close April 23

Gerard Ortiz

Neighborhood hairdresser Diana Riffle has viewed lots of changes in hairstyles considering that the get started of her job, when girls normally have been observed out browsing with their hair in rollers.  

The operator of Headline Styling Salon, 2540 Dartmoor Street, Riffle will close the store April 23.  

Owner Diana Riffle will close of Headline Styling Salon, 2540 Dartmoor Road, on April 23; however, she's not retiring as she will begin seeing customers at Divine Angles.

She will not likely quit styling hair, nevertheless. Riffle stated she’ll carry on working, but in a rented booth at Divine Angles, 4035 Parkmead Travel.

A self-explained people particular person, she mentioned she’s not all set to retire simply because she likes being all around persons.

“It’s time to just operate for myself,” she mentioned, compared to running a enterprise with personnel.

Riffle commenced doing work at Headline Styling in 1972, the working day following she graduated from substantial university. She bought the business enterprise in 1992.

In addition to Riffle, 3 persons work at Headline, she stated.

Aneda White will join Riffle at Divine Angles. Maria Sigman, the daughter of previous operator Wanda Meredith, will retire. Chris Finnegan mentioned he will transform careers: In the past year, he grew to become point out-qualified to function in dependancy peer assist.

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