Salon Rapunzel is excited to announce its 20th Anniversary celebration! The owner and operator, Liz DeSarbo, a lifelong resident of Woodbridge and Bethany, would like to thank all of those who have helped make the salon a small business success story. During the month of November the salon will be sponsoring several events to express their appreciation to the community.
In 1997 to fulfil their dream of entrepreneurship, two young women opened their salon to strike out on their own offering new techniques and styles, quality products and services in an atmosphere that was relaxing and friendly. Styles continue to change but the values have remained constant and customer satisfaction remains the most important factor in the Salon’s enduring success.
Over the years many stylists have trained and gained experience at Salon Rapunzel. The Salon’s stylists have always enhanced their skills with continuing education so they can ensure the latest innovations are available to their clients including Keratin Complex treatment. As trends have changed the salon has adjusted to accommodate new ideas including chair rentals. In addition to hair products, the salon’s boutique offers accessories including jewelry and scarves.
Understanding the importance of giving back, Salon Rapunzel has sponsored many charity events including a fashion show for Women against Domestic Violence and Cut-a-thons for Boston Children’s Hospital and Make a Wish Foundation. The salon recognizes its success is a result of the continuing patronage and support of its long time, loyal clients.
Beginning on October 31 and continuing through December 2, the Salon is offering complementary Paraffin hand wax treatments and eyebrow waxing. During the month long celebration there will be weekly raffles and other giveaways. Food from local small businesses will be served throughout the day. Salon Rapunzel is open Tuesday 11 to 8, Wednesday 1 to 8, Friday 9 to 5 and Saturday 9 to 3. During this special time everyone is invited to stop by, taking the short trip on the Merritt thru the tunnel to 2285 Whitney Avenue in Hamden.