Davis said she was not upset that the group of 19 winners missed a $340 million jackpot by one number.
"I'm astonished, really. Somebody from Oregon may have won $340 million, but I feel like we've won our own little jackpot right here," Davis said, according to the press release.
Davis never had bought a Powerball ticket before.
Another 10 tickets of the 360 won smaller cash amounts totaling $41.
Davis said she's not sure how she will spend her prize.
"Well, I haven't heard from my husband or 2-year-old, whose only question was why I hadn't gotten her to day care at the usual time Thursday," Davis said. "My 8-year-old son said right off the bat that he'd like a toy tractor. Our 19-year-old daughter wanted to know if I could pay off her car loan. I guess as you get older, your wants are a little pricier."
Along with Davis, the Lottery Commission identified the other Hair Cuttery winners as Christopher Anderson, Colette Davis, Melissa Klahre, Jaclyn Peterson and Leslie Simms of Charles Town; Dawn Bailey, Karol Bowers, Misty Chrisman, Carol Demuthe and Tara Lupis of Martinsburg, W.Va.; K.K. Hughes and Lauren McDonald of Inwood, W.Va.; Tabitha Breeden of Kearneysville, W.Va.; Shawna Lewis of Bunker Hill, W.Va.; Jo Steele of Gerrardstown, W.Va.; Theresa Sunde of Ranson, W.Va.; Rosemary Tapia of Hedgesville, W.Va.; and Cheryl Hutchinson of Frederick, Md.
Somerset Shell, owned by R.M. Roach & Sons Inc., will receive a 1 percent bonus - $8,534.92 - for selling the winning ticket.
Each of the 18 winners from West Virginia will receive $30,770 after taxes. The winner from Maryland will receive $33,689 since West Virginia taxes were not withheld.
Nationally, there were 49 tickets sold that matched the first five Powerball numbers. Typically, a winning Match-5 ticket would garner its holder $200,000, but an extra $653,492 was added because someone in Oregon matched all six numbers.