By William J Jacko
Special to The Laker / Lutz News
Tracy Mannino, owner Salon Tre’ Anne in Wesley Chapel, has been styling hair for 23 years. She began her career in Boston, moved to Florida 20 years ago, and started styling hair at Beyond Hair, the previous name of her salon.
After a year, Mannio’s father bought the salon and she managed it for the next 10 years. In 2013, she took over ownership, and changed its name to Salon Tre’ Anne.
“I’ve worked really hard to get where I am today, and truly appreciate the loyalty of my staff and customers,” said Mannino. “All of our stylists are amazing — I’ve trained three stylists so far, who work and think like me, and have a lot of people who can fill my shoes.”
Salon Tre’ Anne specializes in coloring and highlighting — services that combine science and art.
“There are a lot of different colors that go into each person’s hair color,” said Mannino. “We mix for each individual to bring out or cancel their natural undertones, or enhance the features of their face and skin color.”
All of Salon Tre’ Anne stylists have years of experience, and work well together as a team.
“We’re not afraid to help each other out,” said Mannino. “The relationships we have with each other, as well as our clients, are so tight that they separate us from the rest.”
Salon Tre’ Anne is a full service salon with services for women, men and children. The salon uses Matrix products, which Mannino considers the best in the business.
“We also sell and use an excellent local brand called Healium. The owners dropped off some samples, we tried them, liked them, and placed their first order. Since then, they’ve been the only hairspray and mousse that we carry.”
Mannino’s loyalty to the Healium line is an example of her belief in supporting small, local business.
“I just feel that local businesses are the way to go,” Mannino said. “You become a close-knit business community that feels like family, and when you’re family, you try to do the best for each other in everything that you do.”
Mannino extends that caring feeling to the community by participating in local charity events, such as golf tournaments, donating gift certificates and providing free services.
“I love my job. I love people. I love that I’ve built this community with the people that I work with, who have turned out to be my family and my friends. We wake up every day knowing our work makes people feel good about themselves,” said Mannino.
813-994-3553 • 26606 Wesley Chapel Blvd • Lutz
Published on 7/17/19
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