- Women’s Cut – $35
- All Over Color – $80+
- Balayage/Ombre – $105+
- Brazilian Blowout – $100 per hour
- Extensions Installation – $150 per hour
- Extensions Consultation – FREE
- Full Baby Lights – $110
- Full Foil – $105
- Partial Baby Lights – $95
- Partial Foil – $85
- Root Touchup – $65
- Mens Cut – $20
- Simple Style – $25
- Simple Style with Shampoo – $30
- Toner – $15
- Facial Wax – $10 per area
- Kids Cut 12 & under – $15+
- Vivid Colors – price varies
- Perm – $85+
- Bridal Updo – $95
- Bridal Trial – $75
- Bridesmaid – $75
- On Site Travel Fee – $100
- Makeup Application – $65+
- Airbrush Makeup Application – $85+
Hey Guys! Kelsie here, owner and stylist at Salon 105. I specialize in blondes and balayage but love all hair coloring and cutting. I have been doing hair since 2013. I take pride in my career and stay on top of my education year round. I usually exceed the amount of hours needed to maintain my license. I enjoy following some of my favorite stylists such as Chrissy Rasmussen and many other instagram influencers for inspiration. In my spare time I enjoy jogging, taking walks with my family, and going to MSHS sporting events. I have big dreams for myself and the salon and I can’t wait to continue this beautiful journey with all of your continued support! Xoxo
My name is Theresa McNew. Both my husband and I have lived in the Mahomet area our whole lives. I have 4 children and 4 amazing grandchildren. I’ve been a stylist for over 38 years and I still absolutely adore what I do. Variety is what keeps my job interesting, and I enjoy everything from kids to seniors, from cuts to perms to color and everything in between. I love it all.
Hey all! My name is Kristina, I was born and raised here in Illinois. I have 3 kiddos so life is always busy! I have been doing hair since 2007. I love doing all cut and colors but I specialize in vivid colors! When I’m not in the salon I am spending time with family and friends.
Austin Chilton, I have been working in the beauty industry since Nov, 2010. I specialize in women’s Haircuts & barbering men’s fades ; however, I enjoy doing everything. Also, I am a professional airbrush makeup artist. I will work with you, hear you, and we will achieve your beauty goals together! Check me out! Let’s get you red carpet ready; wherever you’re going!
Hi everyone! My name is Sydney Kelm. I’m originally from the east coast of Florida. I moved to IL in 2017 with my husband who is from the Champaign area. I recently had my daughter Annalise. I specialize in color and styling but enjoy every hair service because it is a chance for me to be creative. I look forward to meeting amazing clients and making hair dreams come true!
I’m a Mahomet native born and raised. My husband and I starting dating my freshman year in high school and are currently married and raising our two kids Ellie and her little brother Leo. I’m so excited for them to be Bulldogs just like their parents! After high school I planned to go directly to beauty school however had a full ride for soccer to play at Parkland College. I got an associates degree in Business Management. After my two years at Parkland I had another offer to continue my soccer career but I just didn’t want to wait any longer to get my career started so I chose to go to beauty school. I graduated from Regency School of Cosmetology in 2013. I started my career in Champaign at a salon I truly loved but was ready to go booth rental which forced me to move salons. I ended up booth renting in Mahomet for a few years before taking the leap of faith to open Salon 105.
My dad found the space for the salon and it was a wreck. Completely run down and disgusting. My dad was pretty excited and said “this is perfect we can make it EXACTLY what you want.” I sure didn’t see the potential and was hesitant and nervous, but trusted my dad and we moved forward. After 6 months of working at home during the day, then going to the salon space in the evenings and working until sometimes midnight or later the salon was done. Between my dad, husband, mom, in-laws and close friends and family we made my dream a reality. It took a village.
I can look at a certain board in the salon and remember my dad putting it on backwards, getting frustrated and sharing a few choice words before yanking it off and reapplying it the correct way. At the time it wasn’t funny and seemed as if the salon was never going to get finished, but now it is a memory I’ll cherish forever. I can remember my husband spending his evenings after working all day installing my floors while Ellie who was two at the time ran around like crazy just so he could finish them for me so my dad could finish the plumbing. Every nail in this building was hammered in with a little bit of blood sweat and tears and a lot of love.
From day one my dad has always been my biggest cheerleader. He has always encouraged me to be the best I can be and to advance my career. He was the push I needed to open the salon, even though he had pushed me to open a salon the day I graduated beauty school. He never doubted me for a second, even though at times I doubted myself. I believe the way my parents raised me and held me to high standards my whole life has led to me to be the successful yet humble business woman I am today.
My drive for the salon to be the best that it can be is fueled by my passion to make people feel seen and beautiful. I believe I share this passion with my stylists as they have all helped me make Salon 105 what it is today. Not only do I want all our clients to feel important and special but I want my stylists to feel that way also. We are who we are because of our team. I will never stop improving myself or the salon, the possibilities are endless!