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D'Imension 74 opens in Peachtree City

It is with great pleasure that Donna Pressel opens D’imension 74 in Peachtree City.

Donna who was trained in New York and was formerly with Anthony Michaels has opened D’74 along with Kari Upchurch, Sara DeLuca, Robin Dumas, Jeannie Bovee, Laureen Moniz and Jackie Allen. After Anthony Michaels closed, Donna and the other stylists didn’t miss a beat as they were able to find a great temporary salon, but now they have found their home all together.

Robin Dumas has seen it all in her 25 years of experience, she is dedicated to her client’s satisfaction for which she continues to stay educated in all aspects of her craft. Robin specializes in multi-dimensional color and staying current with all cutting techniques. Jeannie Bovee who moved from Michigan two years ago has over eight years of experience. Jeannie specializes in coloring, haircuts and truly enjoys styling hair for those special occasions. Sara DeLuca’s eight years in the salon industry has taught her to listen and respond to her clients’ needs and ideas. Sara is a versatile stylist who can work with any hair texture and enjoys collaborating with the client to create their next great look. Kari Upchurch has been styling hair for 5 years and she loves being able to make people feel good about themselves. Kari enjoys being challenged with new edgy color and cuts and staying current with continuing education. Donna has been in the salon business for 25 years of which 13 have been in Peachtree City. Donna is certified in great length extensions and has an extensive list of satisfied clients who will be following her to D’74.

The search for the perfect location began in October. “I wanted to find a location that would be visible and easy for all of our clients to be able to find us and was not far from our former location. I believe we found it” states Donna, “we can easily be seen from Hwy 74 and that was exactly what I was looking for!”

D’imension 74 is conveniently located on Hwy. 74 in Peachtree City directly behind Mello Mushroom in Wisdom Pointe. You may call and make reservations by calling 770-632-6674; hours of operation are: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m; Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. -3 p.m.

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