Salon owner Chris Kishfy is at the top of his game—and for a hair stylist, it arguably doesn’t get better than being a master of color. The great thing about Salon Invi is that from the moment you walk in the door, you know you are putting your hair in great hands. From subtle changes to full color makeovers or color corrective services, there’s nothing this salon can’t do. Salon Invi has installed customized plexiglass barriers in between each sink and station, for added physical protection. They’ve installed five hand sanitization systems around the salon, and signs on the floor indicate six-foot measurements so clients and staff can distance from one another. They’ve also brought in three Triad Aer air purification units. The top-of-the-line purification systems have a sanitization feature, killing viruses, mold, and bacteria in the air that filters through the system.
28 Chestnut Street, Andover, 978-378-3333, saloninvi.com
The team at Salon Noir is beyond thrilled to be back doing what they love—and their clients feel the same. Owner Nikki Pilz reports that “our guests have been nothing but supportive and excited to jump back through our doors. Obviously, reopening during a pandemic came with changes, although we have to say we haven’t been super overwhelmed with our new protocol and regulations, as we have already been doing most of those things anyway.” As operations continue to resume under a new normal, the salon is looking ahead and hopes to be able to resume much of the charitable events they participate in, including their annual Cut-a-Thon for Pancreatic Cancer.
1555 Main St., Tewksbury, Ste 100, 978-856-7721, salon-noir.com