Revolution Styling Factory expands – Times News Online


Posted on October 16, 2021 at 7:13 AM

At first glance, its decor may resemble that of a factory warehouse type decor.

This is exactly what sets Walnutport’s Revolution Styling Factory apart from its contemporaries.

The hair salon business at 350 S. Best Ave. recently expanded to add square footage, new services and discounts, said owner Gina Heffner.

Heffner said this includes six capillary stations; two pedicure stations and two manicure stations; a massage therapy room; with additional space.

She said the store was offering discounts on all of its services today and Friday (which marked the first day of expansion), and added that a free gift was given to every customer.

“We welcome every member of the family,” Heffner said. “The community has been very welcoming and kind.

Heffner explained that the ability to best meet the needs of his customers is what necessitated the expansion of the store.

“As our business grew, we found that there were times when we were overbooked and wanted to accommodate all of these customers,” she said. “We love that we look different from most of the others. “

Open since 2007, Heffner said the company initially expanded in 2012, when it doubled in size.

She said the company is a full-service, family-owned salon that offers hair, nail, tanning, massage and facial services and more.

Heffner added that the store, which has 12 employees, also offers on-site wedding services.

The boutique is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. It is closed on Sundays. To make an appointment, dial 610-760-2333. Heffner noted that the company also has a sister location on Lehigh Street in Whitehall.

For more information, follow Revolution Styling Factory on Facebook.

Amanda Silfies, salon manager at Revolution Styling Factory in Walnutport, cuts a client’s hair as owner Gina Heffner watches. The business recently expanded to its location at 350 S. Best Ave. TERRY AHNER / NEWS TIMES


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