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Hair Talk with Karie Koltz

Karie Koltz
ArtsFashion & Beauty

If you have ever had your hair cut in a salon or barbershop, this podcast is for you. If you want to do hair or already do hair for a living, this podcast is definitely for you! I have worked as a cosmetologist for over 30 years in all kinds of work environments. I love my job and I love talking about this industry with some of the most entertaining people in the world…Hairdressers!! I have some amazing stories to share as do my special guests. We will regale you with a colorful account of what life is like “behind the chair”.! Support this podcast:


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Latest Episodes

Amanda and Karie have a side gig doing make-up and hair for events and photo shoots. Whether it's a wedding, headshots or make-overs, we love working and collaborating together to make the experience fun and the end result amazing. In this episode, w... more

6 days ago

Destined for greatness in the hair business, Anne came on the scene at age 19 with more energy than she knew what to do with! She started Hair.comb around the time the internet was just taking off (hence the play on words). As her business evolved, A... more

18 days ago

Who knew that baristas have so much in common with hair stylists? This episode features a hairstylist who started out as a beauty school student, became a barista and was encouraged by several strangers to pursue a career in hair! Let's unpack this t... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 11 ratings
  • She’s My Favorite!

    Let me start by stating that Karie has been taking care of me and my hair for TEN YEARS! My sister-in-law introduced me to her, and aside from an unfortunate incident after shoulder surgery, I have been with her ever since. Short, long, bob, now bangs, dark, red, and now blonde again; I get the most compliments after getting my hair done by Karie. more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States13 days ago
  • Funny & Informative

    Great behind the scene podcast about the trials and tribulation’s of hair stylists. They casually weave fashion history into the conversations that you may have forgotten, 80’s perm’s, 90’s fashion etc. & how it was normal to work next next to a woman that chain-smoked while doing perms all day in the early 90’s. Very fun!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States23 days ago
  • Rebecca’s Episode:

    Rebecca Raine’s episode was the first I listened to in this podcast series… It was amazing! Based on that episode alone I’m definitely gonna listen to more of what Karie and Linda have to say!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States24 days ago
  • Ken Here...

    I learned so much from this one OMG!!! Thank you Karie ❤️❤️❤️

    Apple Podcasts
    sensitive hairdresser
    United States3 months ago
  • Relevant Fun!

    What I love about Hair Talk with Karie Koltz is the mix of real life experiences from the stylists lives and the fun infused by the candor they share. There’s a blend of practical wisdom from them in their careers and the behind the scenes stories of how they have arrived where they are. I’ve enjoyed the variety of personalities interviewed!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months ago

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