Fused is Hiring!

Jump on this opportunity to help people gain the confidence to live a full, active, and satisfying life while allowing you to make a great living doing what you love!

Fused Hair studio is a full-service hair loss and hair design studio in South Park (Charlotte, NC) that is committed to making a positive impact on our client’s lives by providing effective hair wellness solutions and design services.

We are seeking a licensed, motivated hairstylist with the desire to move from a regular salon setting and be trained in the specialty of hair replacement and design.

All training is provided and benefits are offered. If you desire to advance in your career and see yourself as a team player, advancement opportunities are available. We offer full-time hours in a professional and progressive environment.

Hair Stylist Job Responsibilities

This position goes beyond the basics of hairstyling, and the stylist must be willing to specialize in a variety of hair loss needs for men and women.

This position requires:

  • Cosmetology License
  • You do not need clients (We have more than we can handle)
  • Willingness To Learn All Aspects of Hair Replacement
  • Hairstyling Services
  • Cutting & Delivering Hair Additions
  • Work Well In A Team Environment
  • Must Be Coachable


  • Full-Time Hours
  • Hourly Wage
  • Paid Vacation and 401K,
  • Paid Holidays
  • Paid Training Provided
  • Professional Environment
  • Energetic Team Environment

Reach out to Jordan through text or call 704-522-3866

Meet The Owner
(also a client)

I'm Tarye Nash, the owner of Fused Hair Studio. Over my 35 years in the Hair loss industry I have heard hundreds of men and women say "I don't know why I waited so long".

A few years ago my own hair began thinning and it was difficult to style. Many times I would resort to hats.

I understand the fear and anxiety that comes with change.

After trying my own experiments with hair growth products, I became a Fused Hair Studio client, myself. 

It's nice to say goodbye to bad hair days and the frustration and anxiety that went along with them.

Now, I truly understand when someones says "I don't know why I waited so long".