Cox, Birdwell open Salon Lavish along Parkside Drive
Long-time stylists Leah Cox, left, and Ashton Birdwell teamed up in January to open Salon Lavish in Sola Salon Studios, 11324 Parkside Drive.
Leah Cox and Ashton Birdwell have combined their styling experience and opened Salon Lavish in Sola Salon Studios at 11324 Parkside Drive.
“It’s a great location,” said Cox, a New York native living in Oak Ridge.
“Turkey Creek is wonderful,” added Birdwell, who grew up in the Farragut and Karns communities.
Salon Lavish offers cuts, color, facial waxing — “anything that has to do with hair,” said Birdwell, who also provides keratin hair smoothing treatments. “Just a full-service hair salon” for men, women and children.
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