BIZNOTES: Tale of two salons

Two West Seattle business notes that you might say are from the cutting edge:

SNIP-ITS COMING TO THE JUNCTION: You might have noticed the flyer posted on the door at the south end of the Sisson Building, at 4506 California SW, where Quail Park Memory Care Residences of West Seattle (WSB sponsor) had a temporary pre-opening office. Snip-its is the new tenant, part of a national chain of kids-haircut salons. The local proprietor will be West Seattle resident Duc Quan, who tells WSB, “I’ve always wanted to open a Snip-its in WS and this ideal location became available.” Target opening time frame: Late April/early May.

ALKI MOVE: We mentioned back in October that Salon West had moved from 7009 California SW in south Morgan Junction – a future redevelopment site – to 2738 Alki SW. We’ve since learned (thanks to Lori, who sent the announcement) that Sophia of West Seattle Kids Salon is now co-(re)located there too.

2 Replies to "BIZNOTES: Tale of two salons"

  • Jenilee March 7, 2019 (4:17 pm)

    Yay for Duc and Snip its! Excited to welcome this business to the junction. It’s a fun experience for the kids, as we have visited their crossroads location as well! This will definitely be a convenient spot!

  • ACG March 7, 2019 (7:29 pm)

    We LOVE Sophia!  She has been cutting my kids hair for over 10 years. They love going to see her and she’s quick and nimble with little squirmers. I highly recommend her for kids of all ages (she does adults, too!). Also, the new salon she moved to does have salon parking behind the building (if you’re worried about finding parking on Alki.)

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