Salon Ya Ya has one simple mission: To provide the absolute best in professional hair care services and products you can find... anywhere... period. 

We accomplish this by demanding the highest levels of professionalism and education from our team. It starts with our Associate Program, which can be considered a “Masters Degree” in cosmetology. It continues with a performance-based level system through which our stylists grow themselves in their careers. This level system is ongoing as we require continuing education multiple times a year through each level of growth for each team member. This creates a win-win-win situation: our salons enjoy a great reputation; our stylists enjoy successful careers; and you get to enjoy exceptional services from the most highly trained and educated salon team in Nashville.


We invite you to come experience extraordinary beauty services from the best trained and educated salon staff in Nashville.

Experience the difference that our focus on communication makes as you consistently receive the look you desire… each and every time.

Experience the difference our on-going training makes as your service provider shares the latest styles and trends in cuts and color, then educates you on how to style and maintain your look.

Taking great care with each salon guest, respecting each other, building up and educating people — that’s how we do it here — that is our culture. We want to be the biggest name in affordable luxury, and we want to do it by building long-lasting relationships with our guests and giving back to our community.


“five tufts” (of hair)


Symbol of priestly office, loyalty and adroitness.

“This symbol is said to be the hairstyle of joy. It is the traditional hairstyle of the (Adinkra) priestesses...

The design of the Adinkra symbol mpuannum resembles the way the priestesses’ hair was tied…

It also represents the devotion and faithfulness one displays when doing a task required of one. In addition, mpuannum means loyalty or the embodiment of lofty duty to a desired goal.”

                       - W. Bruce Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary