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Monday, October 1, 2012

Here it is!
The Mommy and Me Makeover Application!

Please take a moment to really think about who you feel is deserving of this awesome event... my first Mommy will be in November... just in time for Thanksgiving <3
(First round of applications due by October 20th 2012)

When you have filled out the application you will just return it to
or you may print it out and send to me at
113 Park Avenue
Rochester NY 14607

If you have any questions regarding this application process or if you have questions about who you should nominate, please do not hesitate to email me and ask <3

<3 enjoy

Jordan G. Betts
Trained Deva Curl Specialist, Stylist, Goldwell Colorist, Makeup Artist

Salon 113
113 Park Avenue (Corner of Park and Meigs)


Thank you for your nomination!! Please fill out the application below and send back to JordanGBetts@gmail.com  

Mommy Makeover Nomination Form
Complete the blank fields on the right.  Please be as detailed, descriptive and as candid as possible.  Be sure to include a few pictures that illustrate her style.  Please return this information via email as soon as possible.  We look forward to learning all about your friend / family member! We will always accept applications as applications received after due date will be carried over to next month's applications!

Makeover Candidate Information:            Type Answer Here:
Home Address:
Work Address:
Employer’s Phone:

Nominator Information (you):
Cell Phone:
Home Phone:
Work Phone:
Relationship to the makeover candidate.   How do you know each other?
How often do you see her?

 Personal Makeover Candidate Information:
Spouse / Partner’s Name:
Spouse / Partner Occupation:
Number of Children (include names and ages):
How would you describe her personality?
In a brief paragraph, tell us her unique story about WHY she should be chosen. Include any hardships or obstacles she has encountered or overcome. Why would she make a good story, why do you feel she is most deserving?

How would her life change if she received the makeover? (Please list reasons other than a change in self-confidence)
Does she have hobbies?
What is her social life like?
Please list any interesting or out of the ordinary “fun facts” about her.

How would you describe her style?
Does she have any special events where she could show off her new look (ex: job interview, graduation, birthday, promotion, date, etc.)?
How would you describe her makeup?
How would you describe her hair?

Is there anything else you think I should know about her?


For immediate consideration, please email this completed questionnaire along with recent, pictures that illustrate her style to:                                   
It is important that this nomination remain a secret otherwise we cannot consider her nomination.

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Salon 113, One of Four for Best of Rochester 2012

We made it to the top four!!!

Salon 113

Vote for Best of Rochester 2012

We have been working so hard to get this salon on the Best of Rochester ballet and
we wanted to thank YOU for taking the time to vote for us!

Without clients, family, and friends like you we would not be anywhere near the 
Best of Rochester!!

Please take a moment to hop on and vote for your favorites and help us get the title!

I would also like to congratulate a few of my family, friends, clients and some favorite small businesses!

Sarah Rutherford
Dr. Ian Wilson
Sugar Mountain Bake Shop
ROC Brewing Co.
and so so so many more!

Again, Thank YOU for all you do for us!

<3 Enjoy

Jordan Betts
Curl Specialist, Goldwell Stylist/Colorist at Salon 113

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

I am now an Ordained Minister!

Hey everyone! Well I did it, a goal of mine! Finally accomplished!! I am now ordained!!

The Church has only two tenets:

To promote freedom of religion To do that which is right

The Church Monastery has noted me for ordination. It has been entered into the International Database of the Ministry of the Church, whose numbers total millions worldwide.

As a member of the Church I am now granted the ability to:

* Perform marriages, funerals, baptisms, ceremonial rites, and last rites. * Start my own church, be it brick & mortar or online. * Absolve others of their sins. * Use the title Reverend, Minister, Healer, Educator, and more.

SO excited!

Friday, July 20, 2012

Wall Therapy in our very own Rochester!


1: Friday, July 20th (Tonight) at 1975 Gallery 7-10pm
Kick off to a week long event of amazing artists painting walls in Rochester!

2: Sunday, July 22 at the Public Market 2-10pm
Celebrating talented artists and their incredible street art
Featuring Live Music by DJ Ease, Live Painting by our guest artists and all host of community groups!

3: Wednesday, July 25th at the School of the Arts 6pm
Q&A with the artists!


WALL\THERAPY is a public community-level intervention using mural art as a vehicle to address our collective need for inspiration. // July 20-28, 2012 in Rochester, NY.


WALL\THERAPY is the name for this year’s mural project and beyond. This will also be the name for the mural projects that will accompany our philanthropic diagnostic imaging sites in the developing world.

Essentially, what we are doing is a community-level intervention in the form of mural art in the public space. The walls are our vehicle for inspiring and rehabilitating our community. We are intervening visually to address a fundamental collective need of our citizenry, the need for inspiration. In addition and quite literally, the walls on which our “therapists” will paint are being resurfaced and rehabilitated…given new life and energy.

Our inaugural project which took place during July 2011 was entitled “Visual Intervention.” Therefore, this year’s project will officially be known as “WALL\THERAPY…the second movement of Visual Intervention”  
-Credit of Information to Wall Therapy Facebook Page

Photo Credit Hannah Betts

Thursday, July 5, 2012

So it's been a month and a half since I've started here at Salon 113!

It has been amazing! I could not ask for anything more! Everyone here is wonderful, talented, friendly, genuine... should I go on?

I wanted to thank all of my clients for following me with this big adventure, all of my new clients that have found me over here, and a HUGE thank you to all my family and friends for holding my hand through all of the changes I have been through in the past two months.

I am excited to say we have A LOT of things in the works right now from events to shoots to a new website.

NEW WEBSITE- Check! www.salon113.com

I am currently planning another curly girl class to be held here at the new salon where as similar to last time we will go over cutting techniques, styling techniques, color options, etc... All my curly ladies - join the movement to go natural!!

Stay tuned for updates on my venture with the movement, the parties we're planning and the new and improved space!

Love you all-

<3 Enjoy-


Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Getting excited for the move to Salon 113

Getting Excited!

I am getting very excited about my move down to Salon 113 

on May 15th, 2012!

113 Park Avenue - Rochester NY

Yesterday I headed over to Goldwell NY to buy the Goldwell Color for the salon, headed over to check out my DevaCurl products and checked out some new and fun tools and products! 

I took a little trip to Salon 113 to talk with Phillip (Owner of Salon 113) and drop off my color... He's been doing some new projects on the salon to pump it up a little... I thought you DevaCurl girlies would enjoy this...

Who wouldn't want to be a Curl Specialist in Rochester?! These chairs are amazing!

<3 Enjoy! - Jordan

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

I'm Moving!

Well...We're Moving!

I am headed down the street to

Salon 113

113 Park Avenue - Rochester
C: 585-880-1506 S: 585-271-2580

I am pleased to announce that I am moving down the street to Salon 113 to further my career starting May 15th!

For those of you who already have appointments booked with me, I will be transferring my book over so your appointment can stay on the same day at the same time. If you need to make an appointment or have any questions you can reach me directly at 585-880-1506 or email me at mailto:Jordangbetts@yahoo.com

Important Information

I will still be using Goldwell color.
I will still be carrying DevaCurl and will continue to be the ONLY Deva Specialist in Rochester.
I can order Surface products for those of you who love Surface.
I will still be carrying KMS.
My hours and days are exactly the same.

Tuesday / Friday: 12-8pm
Wednesday / Thursday: 10-4
Saturday: 10-4 (to 6 by appointment)

Need your hair done sooner than May 15th?
I will still be taking appointments at Fusion Salon up until May 12th

Copyright © 2012 Jordan Betts, All rights reserved. 

$10 off your first service with me at Salon 113

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

I am pleased to announce that I am taking the next step in my career and I hope to continue our relationship!

As all of you know Fusion is my home... I love Fusion and everyone here more than I could imagine.  It is just time for me to part ways and begin working on my dreams and aspirations. 
I will be pursuing Deva further than it has ever gone in Rochester NY!

I am currently working on finding a place that fits my personal needs as a stylist, a mother, an individual and a friend.  As soon as I find my new home here in Rochester I will let you know!

If you would like to get updates on my new location please sign up to recieve updates under the tab on the right hand side! Keep Calm and Follow Me <3

<3 Enjoy

Monday, April 2, 2012



I don't think these ever get boring! I just love these before and after shots!

Dawn, was such a sweetheart! So willing to try anything and everything I taught her! 

<3 Enjoy

Monday, February 6, 2012

Valentine's Day Hair

With Valentine's Day falling on a Tuesday, you have to go to work before getting ready for your Valentines Day date (that of course you men have thoughtfully planned out...) I'm going to give you a few quick tips for a do it yourself style if you can't make it to the salon to get it done up for you!

First and most important: Pump Up the Volume

With bouncy, voluminous, sexy curls! Ladies, volume screams sex appeal. (A recent study shows that men like a more natural look to their lady's hair than a obviously done up do with a gallon of hairspray... plus your hair will be more touchable!)

For my curly ladies:
  1. Volume starts in the shower! Apply your gel in the shower with sopping wet hair and your head upside down. Scrunch in an upward motion toward your head to increase the curl and volume; remember, the slower you scrunch the less frizz you get. Hold your scrunch for a few seconds to maximize shape. 
  2. Clip some curls up at your part line! (for a little more fun give yourself a dramatic part. When you change your part it changes your look. It's most simple way of revamping your style)
  3. Wavy Ladies - diffuse your hair for the night as it will encourage your curl to really hold and will give you the lift you need at the crown instead of the weight of your ends pulling the volume out.
  4. Curly Ladies - Let your hair air try to avoid any additional moisture loss.
  5. When you are completely dry flip your head over and break the curls up just at your scalp. That will give you maximum volume!
For my straight-hair ladies:
  1. If you can't blow dry like your stylist does, blow dry to the best of your ability- we will get you some volume :) -Helpful hint: if you need volume at the top of your head near your part line, hold your hair straight up when it's wet and blow dry the root. Also you can blow dry the top of your head in the opposite direction. That makes the "root" stand up and volumize! Try using a volume foam like; Root Lift from Goldwell or Add Volume from KMS.
  2. If you're curling your hair, overdirect your curling iron and hold. Maximum volume = Over directing your curling iron as you let it heat your hair.
  3. Take the curling iron out and clip the curl to cool off. Better hold for the night :)
Those are just a few tips that may help you out a little... Here are a few pictures that I found online that may give you a touch of inspiration when you're looking in the mirror Tuesday night.

** A drastic part and a side bun (even if messy) makes it look like you spend time on your hair, but in reality you probably only spent five minutes.

This half-up/ half-down look is great because you can use your natural curl or the curl you put it.

Tease a little in the fringe area and pull sections back using bobby pins. Don't take the whole top section and clip. Take pie shaped sections leaving a few curls out. Pin back. Then take the little curls you left out and clip those back too on top of the pie shaped ones you already pinned. That will give you a very "organic" look.

Last tip for the day ladies: use a dry hairspray! Nothing sticky, nothing wet.

<3 Enjoy <3

Check out this site for some more inspiration!