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My name is Jess and I live in Massachusetts. I am a fulltime student at New England Hair Academy. I am studing cosmetology and someday hope to graduate with a Cosmetologist/Beautician License. I also have high hopes to open my own Boston Salon some time during the future. In the meantime, I am alwaysMore saduisahduiash dsau

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nehastudentjess asked:

15 Oct 2009

Home hair salon theme ideas. HELP!!

Ok so my back porch is an average sized room with no use. My mother gave me permission to take advantage of it. I am gunna buy a professional salon vanity and chair to create my own home salon for friends, family and just fun but I need help with picking a theme. I don't really have a budget because it is a 13ft by 7 ft room with about 2 windows on each wall. Here were my idea's ..

- Asia theme (red walls with a black border and some bamboo plants)

-Paris theme ( dark blue light blue vertical striped walls with eiflle tower essents and stary lights )

-Temple theme ( dark green walls, stone looking floor tiles plants and vine looking essentials)

-Garden theme (light green walls, wooden tile floors, lots of lady bugs, flowers and butterflys)

-New York City theme (lots of lights, building senary city scape on one wall, wood floor tiles.)

please inquire other ideas for these themes, or give me import on your own! THANKS SO MUCHHH! :)



cucumber_fanatic says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

Paris theme. Paris is seen as high class and fancy, so if your salon is Paris themed, the salon will be seen as classy. Plus, Paris Rocks!! It's so fascinating with it's culture and architecture. If you painted sayings in french on the walls that would be cool. :D


fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

my room is paris themed and I love it! but for a hair salon I think I would shoose the new york city theme-seems very modern and classy plus NYC is known for being stylish. the asian one sounds unique though i like that one too. the only one I dont like is the garden style one, its not as original


barbipixi says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

usually i like a tranquil theam that has to do with some soft feminin plants maybe with some lighter colors and very little dark colors. to feel happier and more awake rather than dark colors that can make you feel like a cave

if you go asian i would do red and gold with a lil black and maybe even cream colors to help keep it bright

but i like the idea of soft blues and maybe green and doing kind of a waterfall/scenic route feel. one of those fake fountin things some tree things some pretty pink and white or purple flowers lol


bethanyjl says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

I like the Asia theme because its simple and sleek, and red is both a relaxing and energizing luxurious color. when your get complicated with city themes and eiflle towers and stuff you gotta be really, really careful that you dont make it look cartoonish.

And when your trying to go for a complicated them you have to add a lot, and sense you'll already have curling irons and products and all that in sight, towers and lights just might make the room to busy looking, ya know?


nehastudentjess says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

yea i was thinking the garden one was a little childish and gives of more of a playful feeling then a rejuvinating feeling, i just though i would throw it out there to see what people thought. and I love the new york idea also but then again i love them all, i just cant get the temple theme out of my head! im thinking a natural dark green and nuetrul green wall color using a big extra porous sponging technique so its not so plain and solid, with a gray marble stone kind of tile for the floor and then i would go to a craft store and get some fake floral moss and vines and decorate and also some fake stacked stone wall paneling and put small random sections on the wall. and now as i think of more idea's, i start thinking of a meteranian theme or an italian vinyard theme! lol i like something soothing and relaxing. what do u think and how would u do it?


nehastudentjess says:

Posted on 15 Oct 2009

i really like that idea too! and maybe get some stilleto and jewelry and purse figurines or decorations and really do good with them!

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