Elizabeth Bryant is the owner and master stylist at E.B. & GRACE Hair Studio. She has been a part of the beauty industry for over ten years, specializing in color, design, and the art of conversation.
Her career began in 2005, when she studied at the Aveda Institute in Atlanta, GA. While in school, she accepted her first position at a prestigious salon in the metro Atlanta area. After intensive training with some of their top stylists, she began working behind the chair in 2007. A few years later she moved back home to Birmingham to work for Ulta Beauty. In the six years she worked there, she trained under Redken artists and perfected her craft. In 2016, she received an award as one of Ulta's elite stylists. Later that year she opened E.B. & GRACE Hair Studio with a dual vision: to produce amazing hair and to have a positive effect on her local community.
She has formed a partnership with Grace House Ministries and works to raise awareness and funds for something she is strongly passionate about, the care and future of girls from crisis backgrounds.
Her personal mission statement is an eloquent one for our times. "Women united can create movements. We can empower entire generations. We can build peace one action at a time. Together we rise. The time is now." -Amy Leigh Mercree
Elizabeth has been happily married since 2010 and has three beautiful daughters. She is deeply committed to family and community service.
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