Songwriter Session: Chris Janson
Singer-songwriter Chris Janson will perform, offer insight into his creative process, and share stories behind songs from his new album, Everybody. Janson wrote his singles
Bachelorette, bridal, and birthday parties alike are in for a treat at Hunter Paige, the latest concept in Melissa Schleicher’s trio of stellar Brentwood-area salons. Preceded by Parlour 3 and Barbour 3, Hunter Paige offers something new: a space that caters more specifically to groups.
Set foot in Hunter Paige, and you’re greeted by girly pink walls, a plush velvet couch, and luxe gold décor—bar cart included. Schleicher partnered with Brentwood native Beth Neuroth to bring the space to life. It’s bright, light, and flawlessly feminine. The spacious salon has enough room for two parties to fit comfortably together, but you can rent out the space in its entirety for a more intimate get-together.
In addition to blowouts, up-dos, makeup application, and even lash extensions, Hunter Paige offers bottles of champagne, girly wine glasses, and pretty robes—great props for an impromptu photoshoot, too. When parties don’t have Hunter Paige booked, the space is a full service salon, with stylists specializing in highlights, balayage, ombré hair color, and more.
“It’s basically Parlour 3’s sister salon,” Schleicher explains. “If we can’t fit people in at Parlour 3, we take them over here. You can come get a quick blowout here, too. It’s a great alternative.”
Hunter Paige doesn’t stop at salon services, either. The space has a selection of jewelry from Fabulina Designs, Frankie Rose Cosmetics, and haircare from J Beverly Hills and Fave4 available to purchase.
What’s next for Schleicher, the perpetual beauty entrepreneur? Her own daughter, Hunter, for whom the salon is named, is getting married next fall. “I’ll be preoccupied with that for a while,” Schleicher adds with a laugh.
7016 Church St. E., Brentwood, 615-651-8075; hunter-paige.com