Our Story

Tylor Johnson x Jenna F. White

A California native, originally from a small town in South Orange County, Tylor has always been inspired by the sun-kissed look of a child’s hair at the beach. Tylor began her career at the age of 18 at  Toni and Guy, getting a foundational education from the stylists that created the textured and lived-in hair - a look that has shaped the hair industry as we know it today.  There she learned discipline and the foundations of her craft.

 

At the age of 21, she relocated to Washington, D.C. where she earned the importance of classic hair color and the subtle ways of making it pop. Training directly under celebrity hair colorist Ian Mccabe, Tylor learned the art of balayage and hair painting and has since made this the focus of her career. 

Tylor believes that hair color should never look manufactured - it should resemble something that you could have been born with! She believes that it's the little things that matter and attention to detail is key.  Tylor's goal is always to make the guest look like the best version of themself.

When it comes to completing a service from start to finish, Jenna understands the value of clarity and good communication. Her main goal is to connect and elevate others with similar interests who want to advance the Bay Area style culture.

Jenna has 7 years of high-end dry-cutting and styling experience and is in high demand in San Francisco. She has worked with brands while empowering her own - collaborating with influencers, models, makeup artists, salon owners, photographers, and clothing companies.

 

As a stylist, she trains in advanced styling and dry-cutting techniques. Jenna has used these skills to create a social influencer network, to balance discerning clientele in the salon; and at London Fashion Week, as well as the Academy of Art University fashion shows in San Francisco. 

 

Outside of cutting, Jenna is an advisor for The HairLooks app - an app that she believes will empower communities of hairstylists and barbers to elevate their craft together while influencing culture as a whole.