There’s a salon on St. Armands that’s up for sale, but it isn’t Les Ciseaux Luxury Hair Salon and Spa.
“We’ve had a lot of phone calls asking if it is us,” said owner Angela Johnston.
Johnston wants to get the message out that Les Ciseaux, founded in 1986, isn’t going anywhere.
The salon will be waiting for customers at its same old spot at 6 N. Blvd. of Presidents, and the staff is eager to pamper customers with the latest trends they learned on a recent trip to Soho, N.Y.
What will fall bring?
“Basically, it’s back to the ’80s,” Johnston said. “Twists of the ’80s but with a more sophisticated touch.”
Another trend: ombre, in which color fades down from the roots and is lighter on the ends, is also hot for fall.
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