A popular Lehigh Valley salon will soon serve more customers with an upcoming third location in Lower Nazareth Township.
J. Morgan Salon Company, which has been providing hair and facial hair removal services in Easton for more than a decade, is set to open its third outpost in about a month at 3770 Dryland Way, Suite 600, Township of Lower Nazareth, co-owner Jamie Thomas said.
The new salon, dubbed J. Morgan Salon North, will be located between Jersey Mike’s Subs and Kay Jewelers in the Lower Nazareth Commons.
“The target opening date is July 6, if not sooner,” Thomas said. “We are very excited to bring our services – all things hair – to our new location.”
Thomas, who manages the business side of the business, and his partner Jayson Morgan, a stylist with nearly 30 years experience in the business, originally opened J. Morgan on Easton’s College Hill in 2010 before moving the salon to its current location of downtown Easton. at 252 Spring Garden Street in 2013.
The duo then expanded the business in February 2020 when they opened a second location, J. Morgan Salon West, at the Madison Farms complex, 4773 Freemansburg Ave., Suite D105, in Bethlehem Township.
In addition to hair services including haircuts, balayages, blowouts, perms, highlights, color correction, extensions and event styling, Easton Salon also offers other beauty services including hair extensions. eyelashes and facial hair removal.
At the Lower Nazareth salon, which will most likely operate Monday through Saturday, staff will perform hair services for men, women and children as well as facial hair removal, Thomas said.
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J. Morgan, which offers hair care and beauty products from top brands such as Kérastase, Pureology, Redken and Shu Uemura, has won accolades such as “Best Haircut for Men”, “Best Salon for Haircut and Women’s Color” and “Best Hairstylist to Make You Feel Like a Million Dollars” in recent editions of Lehigh Valley Style magazine’s annual “Best of the Lehigh Valley” awards.
The company differs from many other Lehigh Valley salons in that it emphasizes the ongoing education of its stylists through various hair care and beauty programs throughout the year. Staff members learn about the latest trends and hone their craft and technical skills under the guidance of seasoned hair care professionals.
“We wouldn’t be here without it,” Thomas said of the show’s continuing education programs. “That’s our goal – to style well, while providing a large space where everyone feels comfortable.”
Morgan, an international Redken artist for 30 years, has traveled the world educating stylists at major shows and other shows, Thomas said.
He also did New York Fashion Week and “Project Runway” before writing J. Morgan’s training manual.
“We’re very excited,” Thomas said. “We have a staff between the other two lounges of approximately 65 people, and we would like to add about 20 more to this location.”