Salon Ya Ya is a locally owned company with two locations around Nashville TN. The company was founded in 1996 by a husband and wife duo that worked hard to build a culture where their employees genuinely loved working together and felt like family.

Today, we have one simple mission: To provide the absolute best in professional hair care services and products you can find... anywhere... period. We strive to take great care with each salon guest, respect each other, and build up and educate our staff — that’s how we do it here — that is our culture.

We want all of our guests to have an exceptional experience so, we hold our stylists to high standards. We ensure all of our stylists have completed a 10 month in house training program, under a senior stylist. We also require each stylist to continue their education with multiple classes yearly. This allows your service provider to share, execute, and educate you on the latest trends in order to help you maintain your style.

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REDKEN COLOR, DESIGN, & BALAYAGE CERTIFICATION

How do you know your color or cut will be right?! Getting color or cut by a colorist that has passed the Redken Color, Design, and Balayage Certification guarantees that you are in capable hands. No matter what your color or cut query, you can rest assured that when you sit in the chair of these professionals you will be getting the best advice and the most competent course of action will be taken.

The Redken Color, Design, and Balayage Certification is known in the industry as the most accurate evaluation of color and cut skills and knowledge in the hair care industry. The Redken Certification  encompasses all aspects of the craft of color and cut with three different types of testing. Stylists go through an arduous day of hands-on, situational essay and multiple choice exams. 

IT IS A HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR ANY STYLIST TO BE CERTIFIED. 

 

REDKEN COLOR CERTIFIED           REDKEN DESIGN CERTIFIED                BALAYAGE CERTIFIED

Courtney Krampf                                                  Reyna Waller                                                                   Kayla Privette 

Danielle Evans Martavius Dalton

Victoria Anderson

Heather Spradlin

Lauren Wilson

DevaCurl Certified

DevaCurl Certified means our stylists won’t just give you amazing curls, they’ll teach you how to create them on your own. The method of cutting curls is just that, a method. The traditional haircut is getting the hair wet, pulled straight and then cut. This is fine for people with straighter hair, but when you have curls, a cut like this usually results in an uneven and frizzy disaster.

The Method: We cut the curls dry! Why? By cutting the hair dry, in its natural state, stylists are able to cut and contour the curls where they live naturally, and thus creating a beautiful shape. This is the simple, but LIFE CHANGING concept behind the DevaCut.
We believe in the very simple idea of loving curls in your own way. With the haircut, you will also receive education on how to style and encourage your curls to bounce back!

Come visit our DevaStylist and find out what happens when your curls are cut according to their curl pattern! It’s time to rethink our styling routine! No more dryness. No more frizz. All that’s left are beautiful curls that can rock any style.

Divacurl CERTIFIED

Celia Luna

In addition to the certifications our staff as individuals have achieved,

Our salon company was awarded the distinction of being one of the

Top 20 elite salon in america by redken.

 
 
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MPUANNUM “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