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STAMP 2015: Air Blow Dry and Salon's Menu

Stacey Soble | September 9, 2015 | 11:10 AM

Show and Tell
Air Blow Dry and Salon
Mandeville, Louisiana
Owned by: Gayle Reuling

Air Blow Dry and Salon’s menu doesn’t just describe their signature blowouts to clients—it actually shows them. In the menu, several of the salon’s clients pose with the different blowout options.

The blowout services were created with an air theme to match the brand—for example, Ocean Breeze captures the beachy look, whereas the Hurricane provides lots of volume.

Designed with the salon’s signature turquoise and white branding colors, even the look of the menu reminds clients of fresh air.

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