Online Store

While we have a fully stocked product department in house, there are lots of brands we’d love to carry but don’t have the space for. Shop our online inventory for things we don’t carry in house and as always, come by and shop our in house products!

In-house Products:

  • Soma
  • Tri Design
  • Advantage
  • Pro Rituals
  • Color Wow
  • Reuzel

Online Products:

  • Evo
  • Keratin Complex
  • Living Proof
  • Surface


How to Earn…

Our Points Program allows you to earn points multiple ways with minimal effort!

100 POINTS = $1.00

Points can be redeemed towards ANY service or retail purchase. Ask your stylist at your next appointment to check your redeemable points!

  • Client Referrals = 500 points
  • Pre-Booking at time of checkout = 300 points
  • Retail Purchase = points equal 2x purchase price
  • First Visit = 100 points
  • Trying a new service: (existing clients) = 200 points
  • Services totaling over $180 = 250 points
  • Pre-Booking as as a first time client = 400 points
  • Retail purchases over $60 = 300 points
  • Gift card purchase = 100 points


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The pages below are of each stylists work. Every stylist has a unique and defined approach to doing hair. While we do many things the same, we find that showing a stylists work individually not only showcases them but give the potential client an overview of the stylists work to help them pick one to work with.


We are HIRING!

Looking for more from your hair career?

Mane Street Hair & Color Studio is looking for passionate stylists like you!

Here at Mane Street, we do things a bit differently. There’s no corporate nonsense, and no old-fashioned hierarchy. Instead, we work as team. No one is left behind. When one stylist succeeds, we all benefit and we all celebrate.

We offer in house as well as off site training to keep everyone’s skills up. No matter your years in the industry, the day a stylist stops learning is the day they should put their scissors down! We’re all hair nerds here!

We live for great music and no dress codes. Just show up manicured and well kept. We want your personality to shine!

We’re going to be upfront – the way we work doesn’t suit everyone. We expect the extra mile but we’ll be sure to give it right back to you. We get in depth with the science behind our industry ranging from but not limited to, color knowledge, universal product ingredient knowledge, and how to debunk the marketing myths we’re all being fed. If learning how to really dive into our industry, team-work, and professional challenges rock your world, we could be a match made in heaven.

Full and part time options are available.

No one works on their birthday and you’ll get paid for the day off too!

Flexible scheduling.

Must be current with highlighting and color trends.

At least one year minimum working behind the chair,

Must be able to perform most haircuts from short to long styles

Must have a portfolio of work we can view.

Job Types: Full-time and Part-time available


  • Continuing education credits
  • Employee discount
  • Flexible schedule
  • Opportunities for advancement
  • Paid training
  • Tuition reimbursement


  • 10 hour shift
  • 4 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Choose your own hours
  • Day shift
  • Evening shift
  • Monday to Friday
  • Weekend availability

Supplemental pay types:

  • Bonus pay
  • Tips

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • North Attleboro, MA 02760: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)


  • Cosmetology License (Required)

Shift availability:

  • Night Shift (Preferred)
  • Day Shift (Preferred)

Our ideal candidate:
• Loves color and highlighting
• Stays up to date on current techniques and trends
• Isn’t afraid to step outside of their comfort zone to grow professionally as well as personally
• Wants to be a part of a growing team
• Wants to expand their knowledge of all things hair to be the best they can be at their career
• Go the extra mile for your clients and your co-workers

Hair Stylist Requirements:
High school graduation or GED completion.
Licensing from a cosmetology school.
A wide pallet of styling and coloring techniques.
Proficiency with hot irons, curlers and blow-dryers.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Good verbal communication.
Creative mindset and a good eye for design.
Complete 2 continuing education classes per year (salon may pay half or all of the class fee!)
Be willing to learn and apply new techniques and methods of thought
Be an exciting part of a tribe, vibe, and culture that is unique

Why work with us?

We educate
Great hours
Great vibe and great music
Great location
No harsh dress code. We want your personality to shine! (Just keep it classy)

Interested? Email your resume to

or click this link

Is your hair loss related to the pandemic?

Hair shedding (a/k/a hair loss) may raise a concern and become more noticeable when shampooing, combing, or even just running your hands through your hair. Many people wonder how much hair loss is normal and when should they be concerned? Great question!

How Much Hair Loss is Normal?

Hair follicles transition through multiple phases as part of its normal growth cycle. These phases occur throughout our entire scalp involving each individual hair follicle on its own individualized cycle. It is normal for everyone to experience some daily shedding, daily shedding is part of making way for new hair and is part of the normal hair growth cycle. However, if your daily shedding markedly increases to more than what you have typically seen when shampooing and styling, there are a number of reasons why this could be happening.

Hair goes through normal shedding. Approximately 100 stands per day!

What Causes Increased Hair Shedding?

Oftentimes when asking someone to explain what comes to mind when thinking about hair, many people say it’s something we shampoo, style, cut, grow, and color. All of these things are true, but the one thing many don’t consider is that our hair is an indicator of our internal health. Yes, it’s true!!  Hair is more than just what we are able to see or do to it, hair expresses information from within. There are several factors such as diet, medication, nutrition, illness, and stress that can lead to an increase in hair shedding, often known as diffuse hair loss.

Unlike normal day-to-day shedding, diffuse shedding/hair loss tends to be much more noticeable. This type of shedding/hair loss can begin 2-3 months after the underlying condition occurs. As mentioned, some of those conditions can be diet, medication, nutrition, illness, and stress. Yes, you read that right, there is a delayed effect. Diffuse hair loss (experienced as excessive shedding) can occur 2-3 months after the hair growth cycle has been triggered and impacted by an underlying cause.

There are two types of diffuse hair loss – temporary self-correcting, and permanent.

  • Temporary self-correcting diffuse hair loss (experienced as excessive shedding) can continue for up to 2-3 months from when it begins before it shows signs of correcting itself, hence the term temporary self-correcting.
  • Permanent diffuse hair loss, on the other hand, can continue over the course of many months and will continue until the underlying condition is corrected.

The good news is that with both types of diffuse hair loss the hair can return to its normal growth cycle without any long-term effect or damage to the hair follicle.

Why Your Recent Hair Loss May Be Pandemic Related

A popular question I have been asked lately is, “Why are so many women and men currently experiencing increased hair shedding, and could this be a type of diffuse shedding/hair loss?”  Well, honestly I am not surprised this question has become so popular, and if you are someone experiencing this condition you are certainly not alone!  Let’s not overlook the dramatic changes that have taken place in our lives over the past few months due to the pandemic. We have all experienced a great deal of stress over the past few months, including the emotional, financial, and physical stressors that we continue to encounter as we navigate our lives. Remember, diffuse hair loss can be a sign of the body’s response to stress and the hair loss often doesn’t happen until 2-3 months after the stressful event occurs.

Mental, emotional, and physical stress can cause hair loss

Take a minute and look at the calendar, ask yourself when you first noticed the change in your hair shedding and how long it has been happening.  We all process stress in our own way and the onset of stress may occur at a different time and degree than others around us.  If you are experiencing more daily hair shedding than usual, you may be experiencing diffuse hair loss due to stress.

Mark your calendar from when you noticed the shedding increased and keep track for 2-3 months after its initial onset. Has the hair loss slowed down or possibly even returned to its usual shedding amount? The good news is unless there’s another underlying medical reason for your hair loss, it may recover once that period passes if there are no other causes for hair loss.

When Should I Consult With a Professional?

Remember, if you feel that your condition shows no improvement, if shedding continues to increase, or you are experiencing hair shedding with scalp sensitivity, a visit with a qualified hairstylist is the place to start. Come talk to us and we can help recommend products, treatments, and/or specialists that will help you.

Keep safe, stay well, and remember, hair is a reflection of our internal health! 

how to prevent winter static

It’s that time of year again…. The cold, dry air sucks up any moisture in your mane, leaving sleek, straight styles riddled with static. So what to do??

There are a few things you can do to stop static from ruining your good hair days this winter. Let’s start at the beginning of the day and work our way through it…

  • After the shower apply a light moisturizing product, like Soma leave-in conditioner, or some type of light weight moisturizing cream for hair. Rub a nickel to quarter size amount (depending on the amount of hair you have) into your palms and lightly smooth over your hair. This will work for all textures of hair and will work instantly. Remember to keep it away from your scalp to avoid becoming greasy. Your scalp produces its own oils, let it do its job.
  • If you carry a larger purse or bag with you, go to the travel section of your local drugstore and grab a travel size can of Static Guard. Store a travel size can and a paddle brush in your bag for static cling emergencies. Hold brush arms length away and spray bristles with static guard. Brush hair. Voila! Static gone! 
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  • For those of you with smaller purses or just pockets grab some dryer sheets and put them in a ziplock bag. When you’re out and about and get some static cling happening simply take out one dryer sheet and rub it down your hair. Tame hair in seconds!
  • Deep Conditioning Treatments!!! As moisture leaves the air in the winter it also leaves our hair. Getting a deep conditioning treatment is the best way to stay frizz and static free all winter long! Book an appointment for one of our luxury conditioning treatments today and save yourself from the winter hair woes!


Kristen Velletri

I have been in the beauty industry since I was 15 years old. I also continued my education with two college degrees: one in Fine Art and Graphic Design and another in Architectural and Interior Design. I’m a certified fitness instructor and dance teacher. I have been working behind the chair as a stylist for 20 years. I am a member of the Board of Certified Hair Colorists, and also work part time as an educator for Coastline Enterprise – a company that teaches non brand specific, science based hair education to stylists all around the country. My passion for art and my knowledge of chemistry and biology allow me to work on clients in all stages of life as well as with all stages of hairs integrity. I am the owner of this salon and have passed my knowledge on to my staff and watched them surpass me in so many ways! (A proud parent moment!) I truly believe that education never goes out of style and by educating not only myself but other stylists and our clients alike we can bridge the gaps of misinformation and bad information and end bad hair days once and for all! (Okay… maybe not end them forever but a girl can dream!)

Kristen is currently not accepting new clients.

Hannah comes to us all the way from Georgia and she’s as sweet as the peaches they grow. She specializes in medium to long hair highlighting and blonding services and is certified in shampooing. (yes, that’s a thing!) She loves making those special connections with clients and making everyone who leaves her chair feel like they just spent time hanging with a friend. She’s the cool cousin you wished you had! Don’t let her age fool you, her talent far exceeds her years!


Natalie has always been inspired and fascinated by the beauty industry. She loves everything art related and having the space to use her artistic skills to create a look that best suits her clients is what she is most passionate about. She enjoys connecting with her guests to come up with a plan to make their hair goals happen. 
Natalie specializes in custom color services, but no matter what she is doing, she always ensures her clients are relaxed and leave feeling beautiful. Her cutting skills are meticulous and her bobs are stellar!