BLOSSBURG — Sometime this month, Identity Salon in Blossburg will open its doors to customers.
Salon owner Kelley Campbell cut the ribbon to the shop during the Shop Small Town celebration in Blossburg on Nov. 30.
A licensed beautician since 2010, Campbell tried to incorporate the best of the salons where she has worked.
She began her training with Kim Berguson while in high school, studied at Aveda in Tampa, Fla., and trained at Empire Beauty School in Williamsport. As a native of Blossburg, she chose to open her business in her hometown at 226 Main Street.
“I want people to feel good about who they are,” said Campbell. “That’s why I picked Identity because we should love our identity and who we are.”
She will offer a full line of hair services, from cuts to coloring, permanents, hair extension, shampoos and more. She has a room for pedicures and manicures, including gel manicures. She offers facials including (microdermabrasion and steamers, and waxing.)
For men, Campbell cuts hair and trims beards with a hot towel.
She provides make-up services for bridal parties and proms. Identity Salon also carries Arbon products.
Identity Salon is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and closed Sunday and Monday.
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