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Noah's Bio

Noah Salon seeks to obtain the highest form of excellence in the beauty industry. Using the French technique for cutting and coloring the hair, Noah Salon strives for perfection- a perfection measured through the satisfaction of each client.

 

Through continued education and a commitment to the enhancement of natural beauty, Noah Salon seeks to create an environment that celebrates beauty through creativity, relaxation and respect for one another. 

OUR MISSION

 

Noah Salon seeks to obtain the highest form of excellence in the beauty industry. Using the French technique for cutting and coloring the hair, Noah Salon strives for perfection - a perfection measured through the satisfaction of each  client.

 

Through continued education and a commitment to the enhancement of natural beauty, Noah Salon seeks to create an environment that celebrates beauty through creativity, relaxation and respect for one another. 

 

Aaron Noah Parker has worked as a colorist for some of the most prestigious salons in the country, including Vidal Sassoon in Chicago for 5 years and Gene Juarez in Seattle for 15 years. He is a colorist that specializes in the art of Balayage and has mastered the French Foiling technique with precision and accuracy.

 

Noah has a saying, ”All women have beauty. It is our job as artists and craftsmen to enhance that beauty.” Noah has stood by these words for over 20 years and his timeless dedication to his craft has propelled him to owning his own salon.

 

Rebekah has 8 years experience as a designer at Gene Juarez in Seattle. She has extensive training in the French cutting technique. This revolutionary technique takes into account face and head shape while providing each client with a haircut unique for them.

 

Rebekah’s impressive resume includes design and styling specialist, updo specialist and men’s cutting specialist. She has worked on photo shoots and has remained passionate about perfecting her craft while working with any hair type.

 Kyle

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"A dear client once told me that art is anything that invokes emotion. It wasn't until then I could refer to myself as an artist without seeming to pretentious. After all, my job is to make sure our hair looks great and that emotions feel great. I became a licensed operator in 2000, which I then spent a year at a full service salon before moving to Seattle where I spent sixteen years at the Northgate location and did two years of educating within that time. I have been fortunate enough to take classes at the L'Oreal studios in NYC, as well as Toni and Guy, World Press Release, Tabatha Coffee; it has been my colleagues and coworkers that have influenced me the most as well as my clients. As I grow with the industry, I have more respect for it in return. Much like a broker, I have to invest my knowledge and skill to study, identify and predict where hair will lead us, so my clients can celebrate their hair's wealth. I believe my clients are like flowers, each one is pretty in their own right and may need their own special care."