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Located in the heart of Fairfax, Mara Hair and Mode Studio doubles as a salon and boutique clothing store wrapped into one. And like many local businesses throughout Northern Virginia, the spot is forced to close its doors starting Monday, March 23 as a result of COVID-19.
But no need to panic: You can still get your beauty fix during the global pandemic, as the studio has plans to debut several offerings for those seeking hair care, as well as shoppers too.
Owner Jana Klavina and the rest of her team plan to sell VIP color kits via a drive-thru system, offer virtual consultations, provide curbside pickup and delivery of Bumble and bumble products and display the boutique’s spring collection of clothing and accessories online, all available with free shipping.
The color kits—designed for root touch-ups, all-over color and glossing services—are customized specifically for you, as each stylist of Mara Hair and Mode Studio keeps track of color formulas for each client. An employee of the studio will package your kit in recyclable containers and place instructions inside on how to mix and apply. Should you want a virtual consultation with your stylist to learn more about the at-home application process, that is an option as well.
For more information on how the salon is adjusting to the current climate, visit its social media platforms. // Minimum price of at-home color kid is $40
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