COVID-19 Response

As we anticipate the reopening of Salons in RI, set for June 1, we wanted to let all of our clients know are making preparations to create a safe and healthy environment for each of you.

 

• All surfaces will be disinfected  between each client
• All stylist and clients will be required to wear masks at all times
• All tools will be sanitized after each use
• We will open doors and windows for fresh air throughout the day
• The majority of our staff hold their Covid-19 certification through Barbicide

 

For any client who would feel more comfortable booking their appointment on a Sunday or Monday please talk to your stylist to make arrangements.

 

OUR SERVICES

HAIR CUT
Women
Men
Children

DRY BAR STYLING
Blow Dry
Flat Iron
Curling Iron

HAIR COLOR
Single Process
Double Process
Dimensional Color
Highlight Applications:
     Foil Full/Partial
Bayalage
Ombré
Cap
Toner Application
Corrective Color

TEXTURE & TREATMENTS
Keratin Treatments:
Brazilian Blowout
Coppola Keratin
Global Keratin
Moisturizing Treatments
Buildup Sttripping
Relaxing Treatment
Perms

MANICURE/PEDICURE
Natural
Gel
Acrylic

LASHS
Extensions
Lifts
Color

MAKE UP
Wedding and Special Occasion

PRICING VARIES BY STYLIST

Chairs Available

As we face the reality of our new “normal,” it is a great time to check out our beautiful salon on Duke Street in East Greenwich. We have 2 floors in a large open airy space with plenty of room for “social distancing.” We are offering a discounted rate for the first two weeks back. Please reach out to Kris at 401.578.0315 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

The Duke Street train station, in the heart of historic downtown East Greenwich, was built in 1870, many years after the railroad began passing through the town. It stopped being used in 1988, when Amtrak decided to no longer stop in East Greenwich. The building was repurposed as a train-themed restaurant called All-Aboard.
When the restaurant closed, the building was then used to house a learning center. The London Bridge Learning Center, a child care center, moved in shortly after All-Aboard closed. After that the building became a unique home finishing retail space. Today, the station is home to Maurice Jeffery Salon, a full service salon.
Maurice and Kristin LaPlante opened the salon in October 2016. There are currently 16 stylists and salon staff working hard to ensure you get the best quality and service.There is ample parking for both staff and clients. Meet our team of talented professionals ready to help you.

OUR PRODUCTS

We care about what you put on your hair and were extremely thoughtful when selecting the products we use and offer in our salon.