Since 2010, Amber Bromer has been curating a welcoming, adventurous and artistic environment in her locally beloved hair salon, Salon Noir in Centerville. Now, Bromer and her team are set to open another location in Lebanon.
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On Tuesday, Jan. 7, Salon Noir will have their first official day of business at their second location, located in Historic Downtown Lebanon at 3 S. Broadway St.
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“When this location became available, I was instantly very interested,” said Bromer, owner of Salon Noir. “I had been inside when it was Lucid and loved the building. I’ve always loved Lebanon. Even before I ever knew I’d be opening a salon there, my husband and I liked to spend a day there every once in a while to go to the shops. I’m very excited because it’s such a small-business-supporting town. Everyone has been so welcoming to us already!”
At this location, Salon Noir will be offering hair and spa services like facials, face and body waxing, dermaplaning, microblading, lash lifts and tinting, makeup and CRYOSKIN.
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“CRYOSKIN is something we are very excited about,” said Bromer. “It is a non-invasive fat-reduction and toning treatment. It uses cool temperatures and a unique massage technique to permanently kill fat cells, to lift and tone the skin and to reduce cellulite and wrinkles. There is also a CRYOSKIN facial. We call it the Better-Than-Botox-Facial because it has similar results without using a needle!”
In addition to offering these services, Salon Noir’s second location will also have a studio space designated for photographers, videographers and other creatives to use and enjoy. The salon will also be introducing its custom-made product line, NOIR, at the Lebanon location.
“After almost 10 years of having Salon Noir, I’m just ready to pour out my heart and soul into another location and build it up,” said Bromer. “It’s so satisfying to see hard work turn into something right before your very eyes! And of course, I wouldn’t be able to do any of this stuff without the support from my family, friends, clients and the community.”
The new location will be open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The location in Centerville, located at 24 E. Franklin St., is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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