Ginger Salon was born in 2008, at the height of the United States’ financial crisis. Although I've never been interested in playing it safe, it was a terrible time to start a business. But it was the perfect time to change the hair industry.
Each Ginger Salon location has but two chairs, to make sure quality of service and individual client attention is achieved. The salon’s core mission is to ensure clients have the most fabulous hair on the west coast, while providing its unparalleled stylists a work/life balance that allows them to remain artists while making the kind of income
that enables them to own a home.
We wanted to show the west coast that you could create a life-long career path for stylists and still be a successful business. We wanted new hairstylists to know they could ask for a better salary, have a better life, and be fulfilled in their chosen careers – with no compromises.
Ginger Salon is committed to creating a business that allows all staff to be paid a living wage. Hair salons can be financially and artistically successful without compromising quality and employee career fulfillment. It is mandatory that businesses positively impact their communities to create a more symbiotic relationship between capitalism and economic health. Through economically and environmentally sustainable business practices, the change starts here.
Our Vidal Sassoon trained stylists will rock your locks. Rock them, and give you a fabulous blow dry.
Come meet our self described nerds of color! We will make your hair look like super hero blood runs through your veins. Gorgeous!
Let's work together to get your hair to lay soft and smooth again. Glamtastic spoiling awaits you.
When you call Ginger Salon, you'll be speaking to one of these beautiful people.
Jun 9, 2016, 8:30 PM
Anyone look at the weather forecast for Portland this week? If you haven’t let me inform you it is going insanely hot. I am talking 90 degrees for seven straight days. “How in the hell am I going to make my hair look as great as my outfit?” Well don’t worry girl, I got you… well technically Kevin Murphy does.