WE BELIEVE that trust is the heart of teamwork, and that our individual accomplishments joined together are what fuels ordinary people to achieve extraordinary results. We believe that working as a team is much more fun than working alone. We believe in being responsible and accountable for our actions. We believe a team encourages and supports one another. We believe in NO DRAMA! We work in complete synchronicity from Guest Services to Apprentice to Stylist toward one goal: Excellence! We believe beauty radiates from the inside out. We give our time and talents to raise awareness and funds for community organizations. You will feel the unity and love the moment that you walk in. You can be confident that whoever services you will take great care of you.COMMUNICATION between you and our team is vital to our success. We know that education and knowledge are a constant. The highest honor of trust is when you can tell us you are not satisfied and allow us to make it right. We are successful because we can STAND TALL and BE PROUD of our work. Creating an “experience” for each guest is the new customer service.
Communication: Between our team and our guests, communication is the foundation to our success.
Education: Staying current with the new trends.
Excellence: A trait that we choose to live and work by.
Salonamour’, the salon of love, has helped clients discover their authentic beauty for more than a decade. We began humbly with two stylists in an intimate setting, and grew into an elegant, ultra-modern full service salon. We offer the talents of more than a dozen professional stylists. We value integrity, delivery of consistently outstanding style services, and the provision of an ongoing education for every stylist. We believe in a comprehensive program in which each stylist is individually trained in cutting techniques and color methods beyond what is learned at school. Owners Michael and Susan Falcon run their salon based upon wise words shared by Michael’s beloved father: “Your people are your best asset, treat them well.”