With more than 25 years’ experience in the beauty industry, Lisa Jones-Butz has done it all! From in-salon education/platform work, a TV makeover show, to editorial magazine work, and many years behind the chair in top salons.
Lisa has a passion for travel and tours the world with her husband & kids always “combing” cultures and places for artistic inspiration. To see the family sailing blog, go to Sail Alyosha.
Having been away from the salon for an extended family hiatus, Lisa is currently back in the States working freelance in the Baltimore/DelMarVa/DC area, behind the chair, and as an educator for Sachajuan hair.
Lisa Jones-Butz created Subtle Rebellion – a mash-up of hair & art… an art gallery featuring new and up and coming artists blended into a hip fashion forwards hair studio. It is run as a booth rental/co-op. She sold in December 2015 to take some time with her family to sail around the world. During her sail, she worked along the way and then stayed in New Zealand for some time working in top salon, Collective Hair & MAke-up in Queenstown, NZ mainly styling hair for high-end weddings and working with Deborah Coburn on a social beauty enterprise, Women on the Move, that fosters sustainable beauty from the inside out.
She also created, wrote & produced “The Style File” – a makeover/fashion column in a large local magazine, Harford’s Heart. Coordinated and collaborated with photographers, fashion stylists, make-up artists and other hair stylists to produce a bi-monthly article.
Lisa Jones-Butz along with Debbie Federico started the Fox 45 Monday Morning Makeover segment in 2000 and were the on air personalities each week until November 2003. Still currently working together, they do hair and make-up together for brides, special occasions and commercial shoots.
Lisa Jones-Butz worked as an educator and platform artist for Rusk 1995-96, The Wella Corporation 1996 to November 2003 in coloring, cutting and styling. Creating editorial-runway looks, Lisa taught creative techniques to small classrooms and large audiences of hairstylists as part of their continuing education. She currently still uses Wella color behind the chair.
Lisa is also very active in “A Day in My Shoes”, a project developed by Amy Martin Friedman, devoted to help women of domestic spousal/partner abuse get back on their feet.