New shop offers coffee bar, beauty care and products

Customer Marilyn Haidle receives a pedicure from Tristy Schroeber.

Gennarations, a nail and pedicure salon that includes a coffee bar and a selection of beauty products and accessory items, will be hosting an open house Friday, Oct. 19. Owner Tristy Schroeber opened its doors about two weeks ago, after remodeling the front portion of the building to accommodate the new business. Schroeber said she became interested in the idea of opening the shop shortly after graduating from Montana Beauty College in Miles City in April.

Located at 315 E. Spring Street, across from the Dizzy Diner, the shop offers manicures including acrylic, gel nails and shellac, as well as pedicures and a sauna blanket wrap. Cold and hot coffee drinks are available at the coffee bar along with water and tea. Cowgirl Swank caps, made by former Terry resident Cheyenne Glade Wilson, along with jewelry, purses and Avon’s hair and skin products are also available.
The shop is open weekdays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and by appointment.
Customer Marilyn Haidle receives a pedicure from Tristy Schroeber.

Published October 3, 2012

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