Back to School Supply Collection

This August we are collecting back to school supplies and cash donations to purchase these items for kids that desperately need them. We partnered with The Rock Ministries in the Philadelphia neighborhood of Kensington to help hand these supplies out directly to the kids who need them most. We want to use the resources that we have to create a positive impact on the community around us because it’s all about LOVE :>

Ending human trafficking

We partnered again this year with an amazing organization called The Well in upper Bucks County. Their mission is to end human trafficking and specifically what’s happening right in Bucks County. Check out their vision here and shop at their great consignment shop (you can even shop online!!!) to support them financially. We contributed goodie bags and hair and makeup services for a special event and were able to make a small impact on them as they left a huge impact on us!

December Love Letter

Click here to read our December “Love Letter” Newsletter with all the salon happenings, events and special offers!

In our December newsletter, Love Letters, you’ll see a few of the ways we are giving back to the community as well as fun events, salon anniversaries and our holiday schedule. Happy Holidays!

Meals for the homeless community

For the second year in a row we supported Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission in Philadelphia through our retail sales during the month of November. We were able to sponsor 151 Thanksgiving Day meals this year for the homeless population in Philly and are so grateful for the opportunity as well as the support of our generous clients.

Blowout Benefit Event

On December 1st we hosted our first blowout benefit to raise money for a dear friend and client, Maria, who was diagnosed with breast cancer. It was a great success and although the money raised will help her family during this tough time it was really the time spent together and the support we could offer that really made it a special event. Thank you to all who attended and donated!

November Love Letter

Click here to read our November “Love Letter” Newsletter with all the salon happenings, events and special offers!

In our November newsletter, Love Letters, you’ll meet our new team members and learn about upcoming events and opportunities to get involved with the community. November reminds us to be thankful for all that we have and to offer love and hope to all those around us no matter how small or large a contribution we can all make a difference together!

Romantic Summer-Inspired Styled Shoot featured on Cake and Lace Blog

Check out these beautiful photos featured on the adorable wedding blog Cake & Lace! Elizabeth did the formal upstyles for the bride and the bridesmaids in a summer inspired styled shoot at the Makefield Highlands venue in Yardley. Please check out the other vendors listed below as well!

Click here to view the full Cake & Lace blog post featuring hair by Love Salon artist Elizabeth


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Photographer: @renee_nicolo // Venue: makefieldhighlandsgc // Floral & Event Design: @bloomflowerco // Stationery & Signage: @prettyinkpress // Videographer: @josiahblizzard // Cotton Candy Favors: @thecottoncandyconfectionery // Cake & Desert Table: @thecaketerianewtown // Make-up: @underground_artistry // Hair: @lovesalonhair // Dresses & Tux Rental: harleysvillebrides_pagesix // Jewelry Design: @marnielewisjewelry // Rentals: @bucksmontparty // Day-of Coordinator: @kweventcoordination

Bridal Styled Shoot 1960’s Elopement on Lake Galena

What a cool theme for a wedding? Just when you think it’s all been done you can rethink the old in a new way! Love Salon artist, Allison, did the bride’s 60’s inspired braided formal style in this styled shoot. Check out the other amazing vendors listed below as well!

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Planning, Styling, Florals: @juliedagostinodesigns | Photography: @shunkwilerphoto | Rings / Jewelry: @harrymerrill | Makeup: @underground_artistry | Hair: @lovesalonhair |Cake: @velvetskybakery |Stationery: @papertreestudio | Calligraphy: @seniman_calligraphy | Cake Topper: @everlaser

Bridal Show & Open House

Bridal Flyer Final Color

We are so excited to announce our first annual bridal show & open house on March 26th

Register for your free tickets here to secure your door prize and entry into the grand prize raffles!

Check out each of these amazing vendors, click on the links below to view their websites:

Love Salon

Unik Cakes

Open Aire Affairs

LulaRoe Sara J Shields

Arun Paul Photography

Shiloh Vein & Aesthetics

Rev. Lei Custom Ceremonies

Le Bella Donna

Seven Layers Hair Extensions

Arbonne International

Flower & Balloon Creations by Julia

What in the world does Balayage, Ombré or Babylights even mean?

For those of us that are not color professionals, fear not! Here are a few definitions that will help you understand some of the popular color services offered in salons today. It’s all about technique and the finished end result you desire. Having a consultation with your colorist prior to any color ever touching your head is absolutely essential. Photos always help but knowing some lingo will go a long way as well!

Balayage – is a technique

Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. It allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair colour – similar to what nature gives us as children – with softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. The principal idea being less is more when creating soft, natural looks.

Ombré – is a style

The hair world borrowed the term ‘Ombre‘ from the french word meaning shaded or shading. Ombre hair color is generally darker at the roots through the mid-shaft and then gradually gets lighter from the mid-shaft to the ends.

Babylights – is a style

Babylights are delicate highlights created using a very fine hair color technique to mimic the subtle, dimensional hair color seen on children’s hair. “My clients often bring in photos of their children for inspiration, asking me to make their color look that fresh and natural.

Hair Melting – is a technique

Melting is a technique that blends the highlights with the base color of the hair so you don’t have any harsh lines,” Matrix StyleLink stylist George Papanikolas told BuzzFeed. “The difference between this and regular highlights is that you use multiple shades to create the ‘melted‘ effect.”  Here is a link so some more fall styles you may enjoy checking out this season but remember what works for someone else may not work for you and vice versa. Make sure you use a trusted color professional – no good color ever comes out of a box! 🙂