Darlah Hogan opens Endless Style Hair Salon in Connellsville
By Nancy Henry
Published: Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Darlah Hogan recently purchased a building on the West Side and is happy to be in business in the Connellsville community.
After many years as a cosmetologist in both Uniontown and Mt. Pleasant she has opened Endless Style Hair Salon at 517 W. Crawford Ave.
It is a full-service salon with men's and ladies cuts and styles, perms, spiral perms, tic-tac-toe perms and candlestick perms, foiling color and cap highlighting, also highlights for men. “I keep my prices very reasonable, for instance children under 10 can get a haircut for $8,” said Hogan.
Endless Style Salon offers manicures, all kinds, including acrylics and designs. Tanning is available with a December and January special of 15 percent off, normally $35 unlimited for a month, $27 for 10 sessions and $5 per session for individual visits.
“I am very excited to be on the West Side of Connellsville, I love it here. There is a lot of traffic and I've gotten to know the business people around me here. It is a great location for my customers from the Uniontown area and the Mt. Pleasant area to get to also. It's wonderful to be here, Connellsville is a busy place so I am happy about expanding now and hiring now. I graduated from CAHS and it feels good to be back in Connellsville,” said Hogan.
Hogan has clients that have been with her for more than 22 years. “When I was in Uniontown my clients were from Uniontown, Carmichaels and Masontown, I was happy that they would then travel to Mt. Pleasant when I moved there. Then when I was in Mt. Pleasant, I built clientele from Scottdale and Connellsville too and they are now coming here. I appreciate every one of them and hope to be able to hire stylists, it would be awesome to build an even bigger base of clients,” said Hogan.
“I am ready to hire now for positions of nail technicians, pedicurist, stylists and a massage therapist.” Applications are available by stopping in.
The salon is open for appointments Mondays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Fridays from 3 to 10 p.m.; and Saturdays are for scheduling of weddings, special occasions such as prom, and in December, for holiday events.
Endless Style Hair Salon offers many great ideas for gifts. The Biosilk products are very popular and not available in many area salons, Hogan has taken classes from Biosilk and has loved the brand and believed in it for 23 years. The Matrix line of products has been revamped and she has also taken classes for using those products. OPI nail polish, and men's products by Rusk and Crew are also available.
“Biosilk has some great kits at great savings right now for those who are looking for a nice gift. I sell appliances, such as curling irons, at much less than some other places because I want my clients to have the best to work with. Of course, gift certificates are always a nice gift. Falcon gear is available as well as Ten Commandment shirts with all those proceeds going to the fund.”
Joy Faith homemade, all natural soaps can also be purchased.
To make an appointment at Endless Style Hair Salon, call 724-603-2083
Nancy Henry is a freelance writer.
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