Hair Salon Toronto Team Celebrates Seven Years In Operation

Since 2012, Evolve Hair Studio has been dedicated to offering a different type of hair care. The salon focuses its efforts on leadership, balance, respect, and sustainability, providing a creative and stress-free environment.

Toronto ON, Canada - September 17, 2019 / / —

Evolve Hair Studio is pleased to announce that it has reached a milestone of seven years in operation. The hair salon Toronto team of colour professionals specialize in custom haircoloring like balayage, ombre, blonde haircolouring, colour transformation and colour corrections. Their team of stylists specialize in tailored men's and women's haircuts, hair extensions and event hair and makeup for all your occasions. There are plenty of hair salons in the region but Evolve strives to be different. With a focus on customer care and experience , attention to detail, custom designed furniture and equipment and an environmentally conscious atmosphere, it is the perfect setting to treat yourself to an afternoon of me time.

More information is available at https://www.evolvesalon.ca

Evolve was established in 2012 from a deep yearning for change. A change of scenery, a shift in perspective, and truly a change of heart the founders Jody Kezar and Sonia Yarkhani knew that if they wanted to be different, they had to do different, and began with the team and culture. They decided to ditch the labels, leave the status behind and focus on what really matters, the craft, and the culture. By focusing on leadership, balance, respect, and sustainability, the salon provides an environment that is creative and stress-free, so the professionals can focus on doing amazing hair and have fun at the same time.

In a recent interview, a spokesperson for the salon explained, " We are always striving to create new, current and modern styles. It’s a collaborative experience between the stylist and the guest. With our unique consultation process we are able to create a look for our guests that work with their lifestyle. Depending on your type of hair, your age, profession, and skin tone, we will determine the best hairstyle to enhance your natural beauty. Everyone’s beauty can be framed with the right haircut, style and haircolour. Let us change the way you see yourself by adding our personal touch to your hair. Whether you want to keep it simple, add a little twist or completely transform your look, we are with you 100% along the way.

"Spending time in a salon," she continued, "should be about self-care, a time to unwind and experience bliss and relaxation. In our modern society and bustling city we live in, its essential for us to make time to get pampered and take a break from it all, even if it’s just for a couple of hours.

For more details about our services please visit us at Evolve Hair Studio

Contact Info:
Name: Sonia
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Organization: Evolve Hair Studio
Address: 40 Fort York Blvd, Toronto ON M5V 3Z3
Phone: (647) 345-7049
Website: https://www.evolvesalon.ca/

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