“The process was great; we got good feedback and some really interesting logos. I liked the sleek and modern design of the logo we chose. We’re in the historic district, but my salon is more metropolitan, so my logo fit my business. It’s a great thing for $199 – we got hundreds of choices.”
Diana Perez-Nunez, who co-owns the Alex Dante Family Salon with her husband Alex Nunez in Coral Springs, Florida, also needed a new logo in advance of their launch. Says Perez-Nunez, “I hired someone I found on Craig’s List and paid a large amount of money. Unfortunately we were unhappy with the result. I found MycroBurst by Googling, and we love the logo that we ended up with. It was a very simple process, and I plan to use the service for marketing and for web design. The price was good and the service was phenomenal for someone on a tight budget.
“We put our logo on our capes, and we’re going to put it on certificates for kids who get their hair cut for the first time, as we are a family salon. I would recommend that salon owners take full advantage of crowdsourcing because it’s affordable, and you get so many designers who compete, so you get lots of different perspectives.”
The new, contemporary logo lends Elegant Image salon a whole new look. Claudia Cruz, owner of Elegant Image in Westfield, New Jersey, has run her salon for over nine years, and she decided she wanted a salon makeover. She says, “I previously designed my logo myself, but I wanted something a bit more professional. My new logo is contemporary and simple but very distinctive. I’m using it on my business cards, and I’m redesigning the salon. There will be a sign on the inside and outside the salon with the logo on it. I think it’s really great for startup businesses as well as redesigning. The price was a big thing for me too. I’d highly recommend it.”
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