Hairlooms Salon In Cleveland Sets Grand Opening

Tuesday, April 30, 2013
The grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at Hairlooms Salon, 145 Inman St, Cleveland, will take place on Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Rep. Eric Watson, Mayor Tom Rowland and many others will join in the ceremony.

The owner of Hairlooms is Ashley Mitchell-Patrick, granddaughter of the late Betty McGrady. Ashley is a trained cosmetologist, makeup artist, and airbrush tan artist with six years of experience. She is specially trained by some of the top educators in curly hair, Goldwell cut and color, Matrix cut and color, Glo Minerals makeup, California Smooth Keratin, and Coppola Keratin Complex.


She is a lifelong Cleveland resident with schooling from Cleveland High School and later Franklin Academy. She sits on the Cleveland High School Skills USA (Cosmetology Division) advisory board, the Miller Monte Technical College (Cosmetology Division) advisory board, and Relay for Life Commitee. She is also a volunteer for the American Cancer Society division of Look Good Feel Better.

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