Friday, April 19, 2024

Community Business: Salon Seven

Salon Seven

WILLIAMSBURG — Celebrating seven lucky years in business, Midtown Row’s locally-owned Salon Seven sees itself as a boutique that caters to everyone.

“Beauty has no age”, states Salon Seven and House of Seven owner Ashley Wallace, who has been in the industry for more than 20 years.

Striving to build quality stylists through hands-on training and healthy salon relationships, the guest experience starts when you walk in you are greeted by their friendly front desk staff.

“We really care about each client and strive to give them exactly what they want,” said Wallace.

Ashley Wallace (Salon Seven)

The salon is open six days a week and currently accepting new clients.

“While they are working to create amazing hair and guest connections, I like to reward my employees’ hard work any chance I get. We made a lot of changes in the last year and after seeing how hard everyone worked for themselves but also with each other,” stated Wallace, who is rewarding her staff with a cruise in May.

“We really think she is a great business owner and role model,” said Brittany Verlander, “she continually invests back into the salon and team. She has made it her mission to take the benefits of a normal  9-5 job and bring them to the salon, like health insurance, PTO, flexible scheduling etc.”

Wallace stated her favorite part about being located in the Historic Triangle is the diversity we see from William and Mary and the tourists, “Our locals are just a plus for the melting pot of people we see!”

Currently Wallace is in the process of expanding the salon to include a Cosmetology School.

To reach Salon Seven or House of Seven, visit the webpage.

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