Downtown salon offers unique setting

Local hair guru Jennifer Galloway poses for a photo with clients during the grand opening of The Style Bar by Jennifer Kaye in October.

Downtown salon offers unique setting
November 23
05:30 2016

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The Style Bar by Jennifer Kaye provides energy



Downtown Winston-Salem has more than a dozen restaurants and bars, over a dozen stores and places to shop, several luxury hotels and apartments, and countless family attractions, but there is only one Style Bar.

Neatly tucked away in the 100 block of West Fourth Street, The Style Bar by Jennifer Kaye is unlike any other salon in the area. And it’s new to downtown, having opened last month.

Complete with chandelier-like light fixtures and an excellent view of the downtown skyline from a rooftop patio, the salon resembles what you would expect to see in big cities like Los Angeles, New York or Paris.

Salon owner and local hair guru Jennifer Galloway said that when she was looking for a location for her seventh salon and came across prime real estate in the growing downtown area, she knew it was the perfect spot.

“It’s very exciting to walk downtown and see all the new businesses, and it feels good to be a part of that growth the area has seen in recent years,” said Galloway. “With all the young people drawn to the area, I think more and more business owners are starting to down size and move downtown.”

When asked what sets the Style Bar apart from other salons in the area, Galloway said, “I think it’s the energy. Unlike some of the other salons, we have a relaxed environment.

“When I was putting everything together, I wanted to bring a fun party feel, and I think we’ve accomplished that,” she continued. “There are a lot of great salons in the area, but many are dark and don’t have much energy, so I wanted The Style Bar to be fun and inviting. My biggest thing was to create positive energy.”

The Style Bar by Jennifer Kaye will also serve as the official production and distribution center for Teulu, Galloway’s very own line of beauty products.

The salon can also be rented to host birthday parties, wedding parties, and other events.

Galloway admits, turning the old building into a state-of-the-art salon wasn’t an easy task but, with the help and support from the downtown community, everything fell into place.

“The support has just been great,” she said. “Although it was tough trying to configure all of the plumbing and bring the building up to date, everything came together in the end.”

“We had so many people who wanted to donate and help. It feels good to know that you have the support of the community around you.”

The Style Bar by Jennifer Kaye is open by appointment only on Monday; from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday; from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday through Saturday; and open for reservations only on Sunday.

For more information visit or call the salon at 336-485-1049.

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