Salon of the Year

SOTY 2013: Cortello Salon

Stacey Soble | May 3, 2013 | 9:37 AM
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Cortello Salon
Jacksonville Beach, Florida

OWNERS: Ryan Fitzgerald & Courtney Costello

SALON STYLE: Modern, upscale, beach




EQUIPMENT:Minerva Beauty, Free-Style Systems

FURNITURE: Salon Guys, West Elm, Ikea


RETAIL LINE: Kerastase, ShuUemura, Moroccanoil

COLOR LINE: Goldwell

DESIGN: Courtney Costello


PHOTOGRAPHY: Erynn Dostaler Photography


“Cortello Salon is home to Jacksonville’s first and only Blow Dry Bar. Ceiling-suspended blow dryers create a wow factor and provide a conversation centerpiece for new and existing guests. Each service includes a complimentary shampoo and customized scalp massage.”



“Love the color bar, the blowdry bar and the lather lounge.”—McGwire


“Colors are very complimentary of a Florida feel and an atmosphere of relaxation.”—Valenzuela


“The suspended ceiling panels and the integrated lighting system create a wonderful mix of ambient, reflective and direct light that is crucial in a successful salon environment.”—Soukhopalova

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