Visit FORM Salon to Refresh Your Hair and Learn While Doing So

Audrey Jaber Audrey Jaber | November 13, 2020 | Style & Beauty, Sponsored Post,

At FORM Salon, education and impeccable service collide. The salon’s twelve person team—which includes industry experts in haircutting, high end extensions, modern color techniques and textured hair—offers educational workshops and demonstrations on top of their stellar hair styling.


Whitney Haynes, owner of FORM Salon, has been passionate about hairstyling since long before she opened the establishment. In fact, she began watching educational hair videos as young as 13 years old. Since then, she has learned from some of the best (like Toni&Guy, Tim Hartley and Shu Uemura) and was featured as one of the top 10 hair stylists in North America through Davines World Wide Hair Tour in 2013.

When Haynes first started the business eight years ago it was focussed solely on hair education, trade classes and client classes. A year later, FORM Salon opened, but the education didn’t stop. FORM EDU has allowed Haynes and her team to travel and teach worldwide, in addition to hosting classes in their own salon space. Along with the workshops taught by top notch educators and professionals, the salon offers two and three-hour hands on private demonstrations.


Whether you're aiming to switch up your look or just refresh your go-to style, FORM Salon is the ideal destination to do so. Apart from your standard color and cut, treat yourself to a brazilian blow-dry or Keratin treatment. If you have curly hair, try the 1st Time Curly Haircut. Not only does it come with a consultation, but clients also get a detox and wash and go styling lesson. In a rush? No problem. Go for Base by FORM, a refresh and style service designed to get you in and out (and looking stylish and stunning) in just an hour and a half.

This year, the salon will be moving next door, from suite 102 to 104. Though the new space is slightly smaller, Haynes assures clients that nothing will be lost in transition. She believes in quality over quantity, and will be focusing on continuing the education of her current team, rather than expansion. “If we focus on the team we have and the clients that trust us, we can grow in the details and quality that makes our craft unique,” says Haynes.

That being said, some new and exciting developments are in the works. Keep an eye out for FORM’s very own product line that will be launching in 2021. The first product to be released will be a leave-in conditioner that is both color-preserving and has a long-lasting hold factor.


Photography by: FORM Salon