Appointments and walk-ins welcome.

Debit and credit card payment is preferred, but cash is accepted.

509.527.HAIR (4247) | Building J

Summer Hours
Monday8:30 AM- 1:30 PM
 Tuesday8:30 AM- 1:30 PM
 Wednesday8:30 AM- 1:30 PM
 Thursday8:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Services Price List

Services Price List (PDF) 


 Styles – Haircuts


Bangs / Fringe trim $3.00
Braids / Corn Rows (per braid) $2.00
Conditioning Treatment $12.00
Formal Up do $25.00
Scalp Treatment $20.00
Shampoo Roller set / Shampoo Style $10.00
Women’s haircut $14.00

*Chemical Texture Services


Relaxer $50.00
Partial Perm $20.00
Permanent Wave Basic Wrap $30.00
Permanent Style Wrap / Long Hair $40.00

**Color Services


Balayage $55.00
Basic Virgin color $40.00
Bleach Retouch $40.00
Brow & Lash Tint $10.00
Cap Highlight. $40.00
Color Retouch $35.00
Color Toner (first 2oz) $12.00
Color Melt / Ombre $65.00
Full Foil Highlight $55.00
Partial Foil Highlight $45.00
Pre-Softening Treatment $7.00
Punk Colors $30.00
Semi-Perm Color $35.00
Virgin Bleach $55.00

Nail Services


Manicure $12.00
Manicure w / Gel Polish $20.00
Nail Art (per nail) $2.00
Paraffin Dip add-on $7.00
Pedicure $20.00
Pedicure w/ Gel Polish $27.00
Polish change $5.00

Waxing Services


Back $30.00
Brows / Neck / Chin $7.00
Chest $30.00
Full Leg $27.00
Half Leg $15.00
Lip $5.00
Under Arm $8.00

Mens Services


Beard Color $12.00
Beard Trim $5.00
Clipper Cut $7.00
Full Color $20.00
Men’s Cut $7.00
Straight Razor Shave
Line Up $10.00
Full Face $15.00

Facial Services


Facial $18.00

*All Chemical Services start at listed price and go up based on the amount of product used
**Prices listed for 1 ounce of color or lightener; every additional 1/2 ounce is $4 more

Payments accepted: Cash, Checks, Visa, American Express, Master card and Discover.
No refunds for services, and refunds for retail go through the business office.

The Cosmetology program provides the theory and practical application necessary to obtain a Washington State Cosmetologist License or a Washington State Cosmetology Instructor License. The primary objective of the program is to prepare students for employment in all areas of beauty culture. Instruction and practice in the cosmetology course include training for shampooing, scalp and hair analysis, haircutting and trimming, trimming and removal of facial hair, thermal styling, wet and dry styling, skin care, temporary removal of superfluous hair, first aid, permanent waving, chemical relaxing, hair coloring, bleaching, rinses, manicuring, pedicuring, and the styling of artificial hair. The Cosmetology curriculum is guided by the Washington State Cosmetology license requirements and reviewed by an advisory board composed of local and regional industry members.