Salon at Maple Court

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Salon at Maple Court's lease was not renewed and the salon will be closing as of January 31st, 2010. All stylists will be moving to their brand new salon Cobalt Salon & Gallery, opening in Mansion Square, February 1st, 2010.

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All information here is for historical reference only.

maplecourt.jpgThe re-model in progress!!

walnutcourt.jpgThe building before

Location
735 H Street
southwest corner of H and East 8th St.
Hours
by appointment generally open Mon-Sat
Phone
(530) 297-5350
Stylists
Sharon Jackson
Cecelia Scott
For David Martin
(916) 806-3141
[WWW]http://www.davidlmartin.net
For Tenaya Freitas
(530) 400-7163
Owner
Sharon Jackson
Formerly
Hair Saloon
Payment Method(s)
Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard

Formerly known as Hair Saloon, Salon at Maple Court was a beauty salon, offering haircuts, hair color, and hair texturizing. The building was remodeled during the last year of the salons tenure.

Sharon Jackson opened her salon 7 years ago with friend Sherri Cowden. After Ms. Cowden sold her half of the salon it was owned soley by Sharon Jackson (Gamble). The salon personnel then consisted of Sharon, Cecilia Scott, David Martin, and Tenaya Freitas. Sharon, Cecilia, David, and Tenaya all have extensive training in cuts, color, color-correction, and hair texturizing.

The stylists at Salon at Maple Court would often help clients with High Fashion Color, Foils, Wedding work, Photo Styling and the latest in Avant Garde looks. Their aim was to offer a friendly, sunny atmosphere.

The salon closed in January of 2010 because their lease was not renewed (the spot was taken over by Lil' Bit Sassy), and the 4 stylists moved to Cobalt Salon & Gallery.

A short documentary telling the story of business owners Sharon Gamble and Sherri Cowden and their dream to own a hair salon in Davis, was featured at the 2005 Davis Film Festival. The film is called “Common Hours,” by Elaine King.

Pricing

Haircut + shampoo $30-$50
Color & Cut $75-$95
Foils $95 and up
prices based on consultation

To learn about other businesses in Davis that provide professional aesthetic services, visit our Beauty Salons and Barber Shops page.

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I've had my hair cut at several Hair Salons and Barber Shops in town and this is the best one I've been to - JanelleAlvstadMattson
2007-02-21 16:01:50 Sharron is GREAT. It has been a long time since I have found someone that I really love to cut my hair. Not to mention how fun and friendly she is. I would reccoment this place to ANYONE! —DebrahWhitehurst

2007-03-02 00:44:29 I just got a hair cut there yesterday. The ladies there are really friendly and the hair cut was great, just the way i wanted. [so, they are good with short spiky asian hair.] —LiToRaiN6

2008-01-09 11:13:47 Kelli (now working in Sacramento) does a super job! She is professional yet friendly and casual. If you want a good haircut and style in a salon that isn't pretentious or overpriced (but also not bargain-basement), this is the place. —NoelBruening


2008-12-16 18:51:17   I had my hair done here today, and it's a fabulous haircut. Sharon is amazing and I'm so happy with my short and sassy haircut. She is the best in town. I've been to many others but she is an artist and has a real eye and real skill. You won't go wrong at this sweet salon. —DorothyRosenberg

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