Courtesy Photo Bijia Wang has recently opened her shop, Bijia’s Just Cut, in downtown Snoqualmie.

Snoqualmie barbershop re-opens as Bijia’s Just Cut

Snoqualmie’s barbershop recently re-opened under new ownership. Yuanlin Wang, who goes by her nickname, Bijia, is running an October grand opening special at the new shop, Bijia’s Just Cut, located at 8008 Railroad Ave. SE, Snoqualmie.

Wang came to Seattle four years ago, from Anshan, China, where she worked as a hair stylist. She had also previously worked in China operating a clothing store and in human resources for the government. Most recently, she had been working at Great Clips on Snoqualmie Ridge, and Perfect Look in Issaquah.

She said she’d been looking for a house in the area when they discovered the barber shop and decide to arrange a lease on the shop.

“I plan to bring diversity and creativity to Snoqualmie and join in with community activities,” she said.

The shop will serve men, women and children. Call Bijia’s Just Cut at (425)-292-3151.

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