This year you can get primped right at Arts on the Square while supporting a great cause!LWR Hair Expressions will be offering bang trims, temporary color sprays and glitter extensions with profits being donated to Love Without Resistance, their non-profit fund which helps new moms with PPD and NICU babies.
You have recently opened LWR Hair Expressions. Tell us a little about that.
LWR Hair Expressions is a Private Two Chair Salon in the back of our home on our 3 acre lot in Scott Township. We just opened in March 2017. It’s a Full Service Cosmetology Salon Specializing in Goldwell Hair Color. A few of our Specialty Services include Nick Arrojo’s American Wave, Lash Bomb EyeLash Extensions, The Brazilian Blowout, Paul Mitchell Fashion Colors, and Satin Smooth Facial Waxing.
Tell us a little about your background in the field.
I’ve been licensed in the industry for 15 years working at some of the top salons in the area including Alexanders Salon and Day Spa. It was my dream to have my own salon, and at the young age of 33 I’m honored to serve and pamper every client that walks in my door. We offer a full coffee bar, wine, beer, soda, water and a free conditioning treatment with every color service wrapped up in a nice warm towel. We pride ourselves in customer service and want you to have the best experience possible. LWR Hair Expressions is an appointment only salon you can schedule by calling or texting 570-504-4906.
What services will you be offering at Art on the Square?
We will have coffee mugs, rocks glasses and koozies for sale, as well as some great retail promotions and a few mini services including bang trims, temporary color sprays, and glitter strands. I will also have gift certificates available for purchase and incentives to schedule your appointments.
What is Love Without Resistance?
The salon was originally named after our wedding monogram (Lena Wolfe Ryan). Love Without Resistance is a spin off of the name, it’s non profit organization made to help women with postpartum depression and NICU parents. Being a product of both myself, this is very close to my heart. The profits from our services at Arts On The Square will be donated to help fund a book to be gifted to NICU moms. I am personally researching and picking the book as we speak. We are working with social worker Sue Glinsky from Moses Taylor Hospital and eventually hope to organize a support group to help women suffering from PPD.
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