Copper Willow Salon
Jenny Hawkins Fish & Brooke Chapman
words & photography: Ellen Gurley
The logical progression of a stylist is from student and assistant, to one’s own chair, and then, finally, to salon owner. Jenny Hawkins Fish and Brooke Chapman (both from Orange Olive) have followed this natural sequence and are announcing to the Charlotte market Copper Willow Salon.
As for the name, Copper, for them, symbolizes artistic creativity and affection, while Willow, means to them stability and strength. Their dream was to have a place “to create magic, beautiful hair, and lasting relationships”. They have brought their regular clients with them to this new concept and hope to attract some new ones, too (that‘s you). In the heart of SouthEnd, a trendy neighbourhood, you are sure to receive a hip style and enjoy the young energy from Fish and Chapman. They keep up with the latest buzz while making sure that you are maintaining your individuality.
With just the two of them in the space, they stay busy but never chaotic and it’s rare to see a salon with such a user-friendly scheduling system. You don’t have to download an app or learn any new software today. Simple. Call them or go to the website today to book an appointment. They are to be trusted to take care of you. Tell them My City Magazine sent you.
2133 SouthEnd Drive., #105
Sun. & Mon. : closed
Tues. : 9am-8pm
Wed. : 10a-6pm
Thurs. : 10am-8pm
Fri. : 10am-6pm
Sat. : 9am-4pm
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