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On the Other Side of Daymaking

A few years ago, Patty Naegele, master stylist and educator, was asked to speak at Aveda Congress about what it’s like to be on the other side of Daymaking. “I was a recent cancer survivor, so I talked about how impactful it was to receive that love and care from my co-workers,” she says. Recently,…

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The Benefit of the Doubt

Learning the story behind Daymaking and why owner David Wagner feels so passionately about his company’s culture is impactful to both stylists and clients at Juut. Kelly Pavek, hair director and senior stylist in the Woodbury Lakes location, says the positivity at Juut has made her aware of how she shows up and interacts not…

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Daymaking On The Outside

Jen Gackle, master esthetician and massage therapist, puts no parameters on Daymaking. Whether she’s in the salon, at home, or out and about, being a Daymaker is who she is—not just a part of her work life. “The people who work at Juut are there because it comes from their souls,” she says. “We live…

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Finding Strength in Positivity

Heather Dietiker, master stylist, has shaved clients’ heads three different times in her almost 10 years at Juut.  “I do it after they get a cancer diagnosis,” she says. “And a few years later when I get them back for their first haircut, it’s the most amazing feeling in the world—every time.” Dietiker herself had…

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Minor Haircut, Major Impact

Stephanie Domrose, master stylist and makeup artist in Juut’s Wayzata location, has a client who comes in every six months for a haircut. The cut is basic and simple for Domrose to execute, and the guest has been wearing the same style for years. Recently, Domrose shared some of her personal ambitions to be a…

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In a Daymaker State of Mind

Andi Tarte’s career at Juut began almost 30 years ago as a color director when the salon was called Horst and Friends and owned by Horst Rechelbacher. When the salon was sold to David Wagner, Tarte happily became part of the Juut family.  In her current role as director of education, Tarte focuses on teaching…

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The Client Connection

For Leah Patrick, master stylist, connecting with clients is her favorite way to be a Daymaker. While she has had countless meaningful moments with clients and co-workers in her 11 years at Juut, a couple stand out as true examples of Daymaking. “I have one guest I met years ago when she came in for…

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Living by the Golden Rule

“I had a client who came to me every two weeks for three years,” says Robbie Jacobs, master stylist at Juut in Edina. “She had really short hair that was only a half-inch to inch long.” Every week the client came in, she told Jacobs she was unhappy with the cut. “She kept saying it…

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Small Gesture, Big Impact

After graduating high school, Maria Aleman-Aguirre knew what she wanted to do with her life, so she enrolled in the Aveda Institute. After she graduated, she was hired at Juut, where she polished her technical skills and learned all about being a Daymaker. “When I joined the beauty industry in cosmetology school, I realized right…

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Embracing the Daymaking Spirit

In her 10 years at Juut’s Palo Alto location, Tara Morrow, master stylist, says she experiences Daymaking every day. “Whether it’s from clients or co-workers, I go into Juut each day and am just overwhelmed by the Daymaking spirit,” she says. “I’ve gone through a lot of growing pains in the past decade from my…

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