Mallory Zenner is the founder of Craft House Salon, and is as passionate about the artistry of her profession as she is about creating a unique experience for every client. Integrity, kindness, honesty, and respect are core values in her salon, and are practiced with environmentally sustainable solutions.
Trained in precision haircutting, Mallory has persistently mastered her craft. She has pursued intensive training with prestigious houses like Vidal Sassoon, Bumble & Bumble, Allilon, Zgat, and Wella.
Mallory has curated collections that have been published in Behind the Chair and Beauty Launchpad, and her designs have been featured in New Jersey Bride magazine. Committed to elevating the craft of hairdressing by sharing knowledge with other professionals, she has taught precision haircutting nationally for global companies such as Davines and Karral, and regionally along the NY Metro area.
A vegetarian for the majority of her life, runner, and yoga practitioner, Mallory is passionate about natural solutions and the impact we have on our world, helping clients embrace their natural, beautiful textures without damaging the environment. The operations of the salon, from business cards, to product selection, to waste disposal, are founded on principles of sustainability and responsibility.
When Mallory isn’t busy at the salon, at a photo shoot, or traveling to educate, she enjoys spending time with her husband and wildly independent daughter. The Replacements on the turntable, a Dr. Seuss book, and a day at the beach are all sources of inspiration for this mom and businesswoman.