Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2022-05-20 17:14:34 –
Lexington, Kentucky (LEX 18) — A well-known hairdresser in Lexington is using a new service. Owners say it’s now a one-stop shop for everyone in need of family care.
Prince Cuts Royal Parlor opened nearly 10 years ago. It started as a hairdresser. We are celebrating the reopening on Richmond Road on Friday.
“This new space will include a hairdresser, salon and spa, as well as a kind of lounge area for people to hang out and relax,” said one store owner, Amir Sharash. ..
New services for men, women and children are available. The larger space is a one-stop shop for the whole family.
Erin Shade, another owner of the store and wife of Amir, said, “We wanted to be inclusive. We wanted you to feel great about being here. rice field.”
The couple have been doing hair for over 10 years and are ready to expand their reach and service in this community.
“There is a non-profit organization called Books and Barbers, which is like a literacy program for children under the age of 12,” Shalash said.
Children can get nervous the first time they come to a hairdresser or salon, Shalash says. The goal is to get children to read with their employees, read, speak in public, and most importantly, build self-confidence. The store family spends time reading together, and that’s what they wanted to share in their business.
“We love to get involved in the community and we really focus on them,” Shalash explained. “There are a lot of kids struggling. If they have the opportunity to relieve that pressure and have fun reading, take the book home. They also get $ 3, so it’s like cash at hand. It’s a thing, so it’s a good incentive and they love it. “
These owners say their community focus and diverse customers make them special. They want everyone who stops by to have a memorable experience.
“We always go one step further,” says Shalash.
For more information Prince Cut Royal ParlorYou can stop by or check out online to learn more about the literacy program and how to donate books.