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314 W. Fourth Street
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073
Experience the difference!
BlacktheSalon guarantees consistency in precision cuts, color, formal hair and makeup service by employing only the highest skilled and trained artists in the industry. Our total dedication to you, the client, is what separates BlacktheSalon from every other salon on the planet. Years of settling for mediocrity, has spawned the birth and revolution of a total professional salon experience. The refusal to compromise oneself personally, professionally, and artistically has cast few into the dark. Out of the dark marches an alliance of individuals that choose not to settle and not to compromise. Out of the dark marches my BlacktheSalon.
If you refuse to accept mediocrity, then I would like to welcome you to BlacktheSalon.“The results of my work are most often a representation of the environment that I work in. In order to provide clients with the most innovative and inspired results, it became quite clear that I had to create that environment...
Black the Salon has been born.” - Jeph Wright
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Black The Salon hosts famous stylists!
BlacktheSalon was happy to host world famous stylists from the Bella Hair Show event in Royal Oak featuring world famous stylists Elan Sassoon, Michael O'Rouke & BennieFactor. Our own Amy Scicluna was invited on stage to perform a haircut with THE Michael O'Rourke.
Real Detroit Weekly's Best of Detroit: Best Stylist - Jeph Wright
Jeph Wright, Owner of Black the Salon was awarded BEST STYLIST by the Real Detroit Weekly’s 2011 Best of Detroit. In 2010, Black the Salon was awarded BEST NEW SALON. Congrats Jeph!
North American Hairstyling Awards - Las Vegas, NV 2011
A gaggle of our best and brightest stylists attended the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) in Las Vegas, NV this Summer. This is the Emmy’s of Hairstyling, only the best of the best attend this yearly event. The week leading up to the event is ‘Beauty Week’ where all the new trends, products and tools are released to the world – and we got first look! Our very own Amy Scicluna and Natasha Vranic were recognized for their Hair and Makeup designs!
Veteran's Day Weddings at The Royal Oak Music Theatre - 11/11/11
The Royal Oak Music Theatre is hosted “A Call To Wed” – a FREE wedding and reception on 11/11/11 for 11 lucky, recently-engaged military couples – active duty or veterans. Black the Salon was honored to donate hair and makeup services for the event!
Midnight Summer Fashion Show
Check out photos from our Midnight Fashion show hosted by Black the Salon. All hair and makeup by Black the Salon Stylists, fashion provided by Saffron and drinks and food from D’Amatos. Special Guest DJ Amanada Khoury mixed beats while the models strutted down the alley catwalk.
Black The Salon welcomes Enjoy Hair Care
National Creative Director Angel Del Solar
Tuesday April 27th
Black The Salon attends the 2010 Global Hair Convention presented by Michigan Beauty Supply
Coming Soon: BlackTheAcademy
24 class advanced training program to provide rising stars the tools, required for salon success. Please check our website regularly for updates.
Hot Salon: Black The Salon
By Ryan Patrick Hooper
Aug 4, 2009, 13:51
By Ryan Patrick Hooper Aug 4, 2009, 13:51
Resting on Fourth Street in downtown Royal Oak is Black The Salon. Snuggled tightly between Ernie’s Pizza and the Royal Oak Music Theatre, the brand new (only 7-weeks-old) salon has already planted its roots via its approach to the salon’s sparse interior design and handling of clientele — skip the pretensions.
“What we’ve created here is a little more of an inviting atmosphere,” explains owner Jeph Wright, who has great shoulder-length dreads and a laid-back demeanor. “We wanted a warmer appeal so people don’t feel that whole ‘I gotta dress cool, I gotta be cool’ to come here. [This salon] is come-as-you-are, and we will always treat you as one of our own.” Immediately after speaking to the salon’s philosophy, Wright’s choice of décor quickly reaffirms the thought process that went into Black The Salon. Instead of pseudo-industrial stainless steel workstations under every mirror, Wright chose large, black Craftsman toolboxes for each one of his stylists. The mirrors themselves are wrapped in large, mat black frames and the rinse basins positioned toward the back-end of the salon are simplistic yet sleek. No one particular design element of the salon fights for attention … but rather complements one another. “When I spin someone around in their chair and they see themselves in the mirror for the first time,” continues Wright, “I want them to think about how beautiful they look — not how they need to wear more make-up to look like everyone else.”