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Our mission as Creative Professionals is to
exceed your expectations in a lively yet nurturing manner.


We proudly use Pureology, Redken
and Aveda Skin/Body products.
We've also got lots of hot tools, a variety brushes,
and plenty of girlfriend gifts!

The AE Culture

We have been in business a long time and we like to train our own. So it is not unusual for your stylist to be working with an 'associate'. We take them right out of school (after they graduate of course) or at least in their first year out, and train them in the Artistik way.

Along those same lines, it is our culture for our guest to be our first priority. We are open to you trying different stylists. We know sometimes it is personality differences, sometimes you are on a budget or you just can't get in to see your stylist due to scheduling differences. We know you have choices in beauty and we want you to feel free to make choices here.

We support Lake Highlands schools!

Keeping an Edge on Lake Highlands Town Center

Terri Hoover, entrepreneur, stylist, fundraiser and risk-taker, never lets grass grow under her feet when an exciting change for the better is within reach. After ogling the long-awaited, questionable construction of the new Lake Highlands Town Center, she took the plunge at the first opportunity and signed The Shops at Lake Highlands Town Center's first lease last summer without a kink for Artistik Edge (AE).

Meet Terri Hoover of Artistik Edge Hair Studio in Lake Highlands

Terri, let's start with your story. We'd love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. Upon graduating cosmetology school, I was recruited to work for a product company! Of course, I thought that meant being a stage artist but alas it meant cold calling salons to sell hairspray and shampoo. I was terrible! But while in a little 1200 sq. ft. hair salon on the Richardson/Dallas border I hit it off with the owner and within a month I owned it. My family was not very happy since I had never kept a job over 6 months. Almost 30 years later and 3 moves, I can officially say I love what I do and it rarely feels like work.

In 2005, Terri's son Jake Thompson was killed in a car accident. He was not wearing his seatbelt. She along with some friends started a foundation called To get the attention of young drivers, she along with the help of her staff, friends and people like you, place billboards along major highways. Check out the web site to find out more. Click Here>>