The exterior view of Hair Success Salon & Spa against the backdrop of a magnificient Fargo sunset.
The large and lit front desk makes a sweet first impression.
The reception helps clients relax while waiting for their service.
The boutique encourages clients to shop before and after their services.
One of the salon's stations in a semi-private setting.
A drone shot of the salon.
Guests can order snacks or beverages in the grotto.
The makeup bar encourages guests to give their new look a finishing touch.
The shampoo area keeps up with the busiest days.
The separate spa reception promotes a Zen-like atmosphere.
One of the salon's 20 treatment rooms.
Located in Fargo, North Dakota, Hair Success Salon & Spa is a full-service luxury day spa and medi-spa with a long list of services. Owned by twin sisters Jodi Brown and Jill Krahn, the large and light-filled space boasts a boutique, separate waiting areas for salon and spa guests, a grotto where clients can grab a snack or beverage, 29 styling stations and 20 treatment rooms. Celebrating its 38th anniversary, the salon has been featured in Elle Magazine’s “Top 100 Salons in the United States” four times and counting.
Hair Success Salon Spa
Fargo, North Dakota
Owners: Majority Owner: Jodi Brown and Jill Krahn; Stockholders: Pam Vadnais, Lisa Kolrud, Rachelle Jorgenson, Shannon Mickleson, Micky Moen, Sara Lundblad
Date of Opening: July 1984
Description of Style: Modern design with a little bit of bling
Design Inspiration: “When people drive up and hear the spa music and walk in the door, we wantem to be WOWed by the atmosphere, from the beautiful stone count tops to the huge windows to the luxurious décor.”
Square Footage: 25,000
Number of Styling Stations: 29
Number of Treatment Rooms: 20
Nail Stations: 10
Salon/Spa Equipment Lines: Minerva Beauty and some custom cabinetry
Furniture Lines: Decoration by Designing Women
Retail Lines: Redken, L’Oreal, Skin Better, IS Clinical, Bare
Color Lines: Redken
Designer: Our sister Designed it with the help of Christainson Companies our builders.
Architect: Paulette Nantze and Kim Mattison
Photographer: Randy Vadnais & Jeremy Albright
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