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Iconic Coachella Valley Salon to Close at the End of the Year

Iconic Coachella Valley Salon to Close at the End of the Year

After 36 Years, J Russell The Salon Will Be Closing Their Doors

J. Russell The Salon

November 29, 2020 – Palm Desert, CA – The owners of the award-winning J. Russell The Salon! have announced that they will be closing the business on December 31 of this year.

According to a press release issued by the business, the owners “sadly cannot continue to do business in a manner that makes sense for their stylists and hair care professionals or for themselves”.

“The last 36 years have been rewarding and challenging yet happy for us,” stated Meg Firestone, whose family started the business.

“We’ve been fortunate to have the top stylists and the best of clients, and we have so enjoyed being an integral part of the community.

However, under the current business restrictions, we are saddened to say that we just can’t find a way to maintain the Salon in a manner that makes sense for the stylists and for ourselves, while always having the health and safety of everyone at heart,” said Firestone.

The Salon remains open for business through December 31, Tuesdays through Sundays from 8:30a to 5:30p

The Salon is offering a considerable inventory of hair care products for both curb side pick-up, and in-salon shopping at 50% off of the retail prices.

You are encouraged to call the Salon at 760-340-2638 for appointments and product ordering through December 31.

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