Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Salon blows into Hyde Park Village

Hyde Park Village has added a luxury blow dry bar to its growing list of restaurants and retail options.

The premier beauty salon, Crown & Mane recently opened and is a product of three friends — Kelly Sultenfuss, Kerry Allgire, and Tanja Catoe — that share a passion for beauty and have nearly 30 years combined experience in the salon industry.

"Crown & Mane’s bespoke blowouts, braids and styling pamper clients with an exceptional beauty experience," said owner Tanja Catoe.

"We’re excited to treat our clients-not only to provide incredible services, but to also help patrons feel their absolute best when they walk out the door."

The trio recognized as customers that the salon industry was growing and felt the niche in the Tampa market for blow outs was underserved.

The Hyde Park Village was the perfect place to debut their boutique and high quality salon experience.

The blow dry bar offers of course blowouts and dry styling, but also scalp massages, brow shaping, lip waxing and hair treatments.

Services range from hair treatments and brow shaping starting at $15 to updo hairstyles and blowouts starting at $45, and they offer memberships for biweekly and weekly services for $80 a month and $150 respectively.

Crown & Mane operates from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, and is located in Hyde Park Village at 1625 West Snow Circle.

For more information visit crownandmanetampa.com or call (813) 254-MANE (6263).

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