Crazy Daisy’s Nails and More joins Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce

Business

The Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony for Crazy Daisy’s Nails and More in White Pine. Front row, from left Don Cason, Stanley Wilder owners Denise and Randy Baker, Donna Loveday-Yates and Alyson Susong. Back row, from left is Tommy Bible, Fred Taylor, Ann Strom, Kaci Anderson, Jeremy Lawson and Amy Cate.

Don’t let the name fool you, Crazy Daisy’s Nails and More, 3112 Circle Drive in White Pine, is all about providing the utmost in relaxation to its clientele.

Waking into the salon, which opened last November and recently joined the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce, instantly gives a calm feeling with the turquoise painted walls.

Daisey, the inspiration behind the salon, is the middle name of owner Denise Baker. Baker has been a professional manicurist for more than 15 years.

Baker attends church at the nearby Freedom Fellowship Church where she was saved two years ago. Baker said everything fell into place very quickly when she decided she wanted to open the salon.

After working with other salons for most of her career Baker said it was an amazing feeling to have her own business and be able to run it the way she sees fit.

“I’ve been able to fuse good things I’ve learned from other salons and things I’ve always thought were important to help bring out the best in Crazy Daisy’s,” Baker said.

Baker said everything in the shop is top of the line for her customers, specifically the massage chairs that are made with pipeless tubing which is an important tool for top sanitation with pedicures.

Crazy Daisy’s can perform almost every manicure and pedicure treatment available including French and gel and hot stone pedicures. The salon does offer artificial nail services and nail art as well.

Baker added jewelry to the offerings at the salon a few months ago. She often goes to jewelry markets in order to get the best selection possible to offer her customers.

Crazy Daisy’s will soon be able to do online scheduling for customers to make appointments on their own.

For more information or to schedule an appointment call 865-761-0500 or visit the salon’s Facebook page.

- By Chris Phipps, Tribune Staff Writer

Posted on Saturday, October 19, 2013 at 7:09 pm