about hair proz’ salon
hair proz’ salon was founded by Lori Scharmann in 1991, with Kelly Brathwaite joining as part owner in 2001. The salon has been located in the Glen Lake area since its opening and in 2008 moved to its current location at 14415 Excelsior Boulevard. Together, Lori and Kelly have built a reputation for unmatched customer service and exceptional style. Key to the salon’s success is our team of dedicated, passionate and friendly professionals whose mission is to help clients look and feel their best.
The staff at hair proz’ salon is among the industry’s most dedicated and qualified professionals who haven’t forgotten how to have fun. Our team of stylists has specialized education and training in hair care and nail care and continue to improve their skills through advanced education. We love what we do, we love where we work. The results are evident in the smiles on the faces of our clients. Come visit us at the salon or on Facebook.
hair proz’ salon offers a broad range of professional services for men, women and children, including:
hair proz’ salon believes in supporting and giving back to the community and encouraging every member of our team to support worthy causes that are meaningful to them. hair proz’ team members have worked with and provided donations to:
- ICA Food Shelf – provides food distribution, financial and employment assistance to neighbors in need within the seven western Hennepin communities of Hopkins, Minnetonka, Excelsior, Deephaven, Greenwood, Shorewood, and Woodland.
- The Firefly Sisterhood – fosters one-to-one connections between women recently diagnosed with breast cancer and inspirational survivors.
- Sojourner – a domestic violence program serving western Hennepin County. Soujorner provides information, advocacy and support to victims of domestic violence and strive to empower battered women.
- Heshima Children’s Center / Dignity Designs Empowering Mothers of Disabled Children – Women supporting women across the world! Dignity Designs is a Fair Trade business in Kenya that employs each one of the mothers from Heshima. While their children attend Heshima for therapy, the moms go next door to the Dignity Designs workshop to create beautiful handmade jewelry and textiles. Through this program the children are provided physical therapy and education they wouldn’t otherwise receive. Heshima stands for dignity and ALL proceeds from the jewelry go directly back to the women.