Drop in Blow Out
via press release
The one-stop beauty shop to open in Southlake’s Town Square in January 2012
The Hair Bar is arriving in Southlake Town Square this coming January. The salon’s specialty is convenient coiffing and affordable luxury, all in a simultaneous experience. The one-stop beauty shop will be the destination for hot hair looks in a hurry, offering blowouts and add-ons that can transform the salon’s express services into indulgences for those in need of a little extra TLC.
The Hair Bar will be a place where beauty knows some bounds, time bounds that is. The salon’s basic premise is to provide premium blowouts in 30 minutes. With no cutting, coloring or chemicals, The Hair Bar will offer a variety of hair rejuvenation sessions based on the wash, blow dry and styling trifecta.
At an affordable flat fee of $35.00 per blowout, a visit to The Hair Bar will be ideal for mane maintenance, extending the life of hairstyles between cuts. The chic salon will boast a menu of various blow dry and styling options, ensuring looks appropriate for any occasion or situation, from a fun night out to a sophisticated business event. A la carte services such as make-up application, hair and eyelash extensions, blow dry classes, relaxing neck and scalp massages, and lock replenishing protein shots will be available as add-ons.
Patrons of The Hair Bar will experience superior service in a relaxing environment where guests will be given the option of surfing the Internet, listening to music, or playing games on one of the salon’s iPads. The salon will use high-end products for styling including
Paul Mitchell’s latest, Awapuhi Wild Ginger. In addition, Wella and Moroccan Oil lines will be available for purchase.
Conceptualized and created by Gina Ginsburg and Shelley O’Neal, both owners have backgrounds in modeling and entrepreneurship, and have parlayed their knowledge of style and successful business development into The Hair Bar. Throughout the next year, the pair has plans to open three more locations in the DFW area.