By Shelly Gattlieb
After more than a year of success on Adams Street, Redefined Salon is relocating to the Carmel Arts & Design district and expanding its services. The salon will still specialize in hair color and extensions but also will have a mini-boutique with clothing from another local women-owned business, The Girls in Grey.
Best friends Tiffany Glassburn and Gabrielle McDougle look forward to growing the salon on the corner of Main Street and Rangeline Road.
“We love it here already,” McDougle said. “It’s the perfect place and the perfect time for us.”
The co-owners agree that continuing education is the key to continued success.
“I really did my research,” Glassburn said. “Natural Beaded Row and Invisible Bead are the best for the client’s hair by far, so those are the two methods we offer.”
Glassburn and McDougle have worn hair extensions for years and love the confidence they’re able to give other women.
“You can just tell they’re so happy, and they walk out with their head held a little higher,” Glassburn said.
Redefined Salon’s grand opening will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 17 at the new location, 23 E. Main St., Suite 300. Special discounts on Botox, clothing, eyebrow microblading, hair services and hair products will be offered.
“We can’t wait,” McDougle said. “Come in whenever, have a mimosa and an appetizer, and just let us introduce you to our new space.”