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Paradigm Salon

Valeria Fanelli | August 9, 2012 | 2:12 PM
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Lynn Haven, FL

OWNERS: Lindsay George, Elizabeth Bush

SALON STYLE: Intimate, upscale, personal





RETAIL LINES: Loreal Professional, Kevin Murphy, Brazilian Blowout

COLOR LINES: Inoa, Schwarzkoph

EQUIPMENT: Takara Belmont

FURNITURE: Panama Wood Craft, Steve Reeves

DESIGN: England Reeves

PHOTOS: Heather Forrester


Lindsay George and Elizabeth Bush’s three favorite features of Paradigm Salon’s design include:

-The Centralized Custom Designed Styling Station. It combines aesthetic appeal and extreme functionality. With its oversized mirror, granite top, distressed finish and elegant trimmings, it is a true conversation piece.

-The styling chairs. They set people and stylist apart and add style and individuality to the boutique salon.

-The color bar. There is an antique buffet with a marble top. The color is served in crystal bowls to add a first class experience at paradigm.

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