welcome to colin of london
feel great inside and out
TO ALL OUR DEAR CLIENTS
***Guidelines set forth to us to keep everyone safe***
Everyone’s temperature will be taken when entering the salon.
Temperatures over 100° will need to be asked to come at another time.
Please wash your hands/use hand sanitizer as soon as entering the salon.
Please refrain from bringing other guests with you in order to keep proper social distancing.
If limits are met on the number of people inside the salon, clients will be asked to wait outside the salon until their appointment time or until hairstylist/manicurist is ready to serve them.
We will do our best to schedule accordingly and be on time.
There will be no waiting in the reception area at this time.
We will allow time in between each client to sanitize sink, chair, tools, etc.
Masks must be worn by clients and stylists/manicurists at all times.
We will provide hand sanitizer, extra capes or disposable plastic capes.
We will abide by 6 feet of distancing when not working directly with clients.
It’s going to be hard to remember all of this as we go through the motions we have for so many years. We can help each other by reminding each other of these guidelines.
These Guidelines have been laid out by the CDC for our safety and the safety of others.
Let’s make you look great again!
Colin Of London
“I love this industry that allows me to bridge the gap between sharing my passion to making my guests feel great. The absolute best thing about my career is the relationships I’ve built along the way.” Amy Alyssa graduated from Paul Mitchell the School of Chicago, later earning titles of Creative Director and Director of Education.
…a scissors and a comb were his tools. The art of hairstyling was his craft.
SALON FOR MEN AND WOMEN
MEN’S HAIR SERVICES
Haircut and Styling
Highlighting and Lowlighting
WOMEN’S HAIR SERVICES
Haircut and Styling
Hair Coloring, Highlighting and Lowlighting
Ombre Hair Coloring
Cezanne (100% formaldehyde free) Keratin
No Chip Gel Manicure/Pedicure
OPI – Gellish – Vinylux – Dazzel Dry
Weddings and Special Occations
Private Salt (Halotherapy) Rooms
...changing the way you take every breath
History of Salt Therapy (Halotherapy)
The amazing benefits of salt therapy (also known as ‘halotherapy’) first came to light in the mid-1800s when, Felix Bochkovsky, a health official in Poland made the observation that salt mine workers rarely suffered from any colds, respiratory ailments or lung diseases. Bochkovsky attributes this to the salt aerosol being inhaled on a daily basis.
People with asthma, allergies, emphysema and other respiratory problems began heading to the salt mines, and speleotherapy (salt cave therapy) was born. Furthermore, the anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of the dry sodium chloride aerosol help in treating ear infections and certain skin conditions such as psoriasis, dermatitis, and eczema. Although salt therapy is new to the relatively U.S., it is frequently used in many countries of Eastern Europe. Salt therapy is a non-invasive, drug-free, chemical-free, all natural solution.