Several aspects go into creating a successful salon, and in the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) Salon/School Design of the Year category, overall ambiance, style and architecture are honored.
Can’t visit these salons yourself? Not to worry, you’ll see more of these dazzling interiors during the NAHA ceremony on Saturday, January 26th.
At Lambs and Wolves, we have always been pushing the boundaries. I created this space for it to be more than just a hair salon. I wanted it to be a collective. A community that celebrates art. Hair just happens to be one of the mediums. I think it’s important for other professionals in the industry to look to art for inspiration. Why do we have art on the floor? Why do we have one of the top street artists in the country? We don’t view it has a hair salon. We view it as a moving piece of art. People connect to that.
Lambs and Wolves
We believe that the power of our hands can change lives. We also truly believe that what we do transcends just the outer shell of beauty. We have the opportunity to improve lives with each haircut or spa experience. We don’t just make people look better – we help them feel better and live more confidently.
A belief in beauty is evident throughout each of Studio Branca’s two salons and its academy. That beauty shines brightest in the service providers and students who dedicate themselves to the art of transformation through exceptional hair styling, coloring and rejuvenating spa services.
Current Salon & Color Bar is a top-voted salon in One Loudoun, Virginia.
What challenges and surprises did you encounter while creating your collection and what did you learn from the experience?
Our challenges echoed what so many other business owners had mentioned; time, money, and contractors. There are never enough! We learned that nothing ever goes completely as planned, but you can’t let it knock you off your feet. Sometimes life will push you, but you have to learn to push back. While there were moments that I felt defeated, I knew that I had to continue to push through. When you push through those hard times, where others might have given up, that’s what makes the sweet that much sweeter.
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