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By Lee York

Debbie Sayler finds home with Hairitage Salon


November 20, 2019

Lee York

Deb Sayler relaxes at the Hairitage House Salon.

20 years ago Debbie Sayler and her husband, Billy, fell in love with Montana. After many vacations and trips searching for property, they found their perfect home in Lincoln. It's now their fifth year here, after relocating from Maryland.

Deb has been doing hair for 36 years and she owned her own salon in Maryland for 19 years.

"I had a job lined up with Tammy Pipinich before we moved to Lincoln. I reopened the Hair Cottage as Hairitage House Salon. I credit Tammy Pipinich with my success with Hairitage here in Lincoln, and I want to continue Tammy's legacy. I appreciate Tammy's help with making Hairitage successful," Sayler said.

Sayler decorated the shop in a way to make people feel comfortable, and to make it feel homey. She even has a saddle chair for the kids to sit in while they get their haircut. The saddle belonged to Debbie's son when he was little.

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display at Hairitage features a variety of care products and jewelry.

Hairitage offers hair, nails and tanning. Debbie carries the All Nutrient /Sukesha organic line of hair care products. These products are vegan/cruelty free, contain no alcohol and are not expensive. She also sells hair styling tools, Doterra Essential Oils, Renee Campbell jewelry, home décor and art.

Hairitage is open four days a week – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, with Tammy Pipinich working Saturdays doing hair and manicures.

Debbie loves what she does. She and Billy, her husband of 32 years, are looking forward to becoming grandparents in May. When not at the salon she enjoys horseback riding, hunting, and snow sports.

For more information and to schedule an appointment contact Debbie Sayler at 410-808-0442 or Tammy Pipinich at 406-431-3883.


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