Dr. Santresa Rolonda Weldon graduated from Houston County High School in June 1998. After graduating, she attended Middle Georgia Technical College in July 1998, now known as Central Georgia Technical College, in Cosmetology, where she graduated with honors and perfect attendance in May of 2000. She received her Georgia master's cosmetology license in December 2000.
She traveled the world as a hairstylist, styling hair from as far as Europe, California and back to Georgia. She also received her cosmetology license in the state of California in October 2002. In 2011 she began Furthering her education; in March of 2013, she received a certificate in Non-surgical Hair Replacement. In August 2014, she became a technical consultant for Avlon Industries Inc., where she educates stylist and cosmetology students on their products. In 2015 She became the owner and stylist of Santresa's Beauty. In April 2018, she became an American Board Certified Haircolorist. She is one of the few African-Americans to become board certified. In February 2019, she taught her own class at the Bronner Brothers International Hair Show called "Keeping the gray." In June of 2020, she completed her studies at Miracle University Inc. and became a Doctor of Professional Cosmetology.
She gives back to the community by teaching a quarterly class on healthy hair, skin and nails at the Warner Robins Housing Authority for the "Dress for success program".