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Laura Bomar, CPE
Wild Hair Hendersonville Electrolysis
I am a member of both the American Electrology Association and the Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal and hold the designations of CPE and CCE.
As a native Tennessean; I am a graduate of Hendersonville High School and Austin Peay State University.
I attended the Tennessee Institute of Electrology and the American Institute of Education to receive training and become a skilled Hair Removal Specialist and TN Licensed Electrologist. You can be assured that when you come in for your treatments you are getting your permanent hair removal services from an experienced, qualified professional.
Your comfort, safety, confidentiality, and successful treatment are my top priorities. I adhere to the highest standards for privacy and sterilization.
My grandmother was greatly influential in my life, and it is to her I owe the life changing introduction to Electrolysis. In the 1950's she had her first electrolysis treatments, and when she turned 93 she wanted to get touched up. Visiting her one day I found her sitting at the kitchen table with the biggest smile on her face. She told me she "went and had her hair done". That moment set me on a path to becoming an Electrologist.
Over and beyond the required education to gain licensure, I've earned the designations of Certified Clinical Electrologist and Certified Professional Electrologist. My next step after gaining licensure and certification was to seek out independent study and mentorship with leaders in the electrolysis field; studying with the best across the nation. Collaborating frequently with colleagues ensures I'm always up to speed in my small and elite profession. Electrolysis is permanent hair removal and probably the only time a No hair day is a Good hair day!
Now, thanks to my grandmother, I'm a successful Electrologist helping others rid themselves of unwanted hair. I'm living my best life as the proud owner of Wild Hair Hendersonville Electrolysis.
I have a wide range of passions that keep me satisfied when I'm not permanently slaying hair.
Road tripping is one of my favorite things to do. I've driven Route 66, seen the World's Largest Pistachio, driven to the border of Area 51, visited the Stanley Hotel (only during the day, of course!), experienced an October sunrise in Acadia and enjoyed pancakes in Vermont. I appreciate the good nature our country has to offer by visiting state and national parks often. Other loves I have are painting on canvas, sewing a new pattern, kiln firing glass, and expanding my garden.
I'm a member of the Hendersonville Chamber of Commerce, Frist Art Museum, Middle Tennessee Gem and Mineral Society, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, Tennessee Herbalist Guild, and the Monthaven Arts and Cultural Center.
If there's anything else I could add it's that I absolutely love being an Electrologist!
Contact information, office locations, and appointment hours are available on our Contact page.
Member of Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal (SCMHR)
The Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal, Inc. (SCMHR) is an international non-profit organization with members in the United States, Canada, and abroad. SCMHR supports all methods of hair removal and is dedicated to the research of new technology, allowing our members to offer cutting-edge, safe, and effective hair removal procedures to their clients.
Member of Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce
The Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce sets the standard for excellence in membership services, community alliances and business growth and development within the Hendersonville area. We connect business with customers, suppliers and important community issues, advocate for our broad and diverse members to create a climate of growth, promote business through a variety of marketing activities to the community and member to member, and support members through education, recognition and business assistance.
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