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The Answers You Need

How can I get a price before my service?

The best way to determine your beauty budget before getting a service is to come in for a free, no obligation service consultation. Our staff can see your hair texture, length, density, and health in person. They can also give you information on what will be needed to achieve your look, and help you plan a beauty budget.

Should I wash my hair before my appointment?

While it is not necessary to shampoo prior to your service, it is a myth that dirty hair is better to lighten or color. We would be more than happy to shampoo for you, if you'd like that service.

Does your salon cut children's hair?

Yes! We do. We will work with your little wigglers as much as possible. As long as we feel the service can be safely completely with our tools, we would be happy to be a part of this important milestone in your child's life.

I have a hair oops, can you fix it?

We would be happy to have you come in and see what we can do for you. We have a process to correct unwanted colors or tones, and most can be completed without the use of bleach. Our goal is to keep the hair as healthy as possible.

Are you licensed?

Yes. Our establishment holds all the required licenses, including a license to serve wine in our establishment.

How can I tell if your salon will be a good fit for me?

It is perfectly acceptable for you to find a salon that will be a good fit for you, and provide you with the best services. We participate in community events that you can meet us at, or you can drop into our salon to say hello and experience the atmosphere!

How can I book an appointment?


You can book an appointment by calling (229) 387-4111, or use our online booking service by clicking here. If there are questions about your appointment, you will be contacted by one of our professionals.

Can I bring my friend/partner/ children with me?

If they are getting a service, yes! If they are not, you may not be able to spend much time with them. The salon will often be busy, with a lot of moving around, making it hard to share the experience. There is also highly expensive tools, equipment,and chemicals being used that could be dangerous for unsupervised children. 

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