ROCKY HILL - Hot Heads Salon and Hair Color Studio has just moved into town and the team of skillful stylists is ready to impress a new wave of clientele.
Owner Joe Rotundo brought his experience and talent from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Rocky Hill, opening up Hot Heads in the Starbucks Plaza on Cromwell Avenue in order to be closer to family.
A graduate of the Creative School of Hairdressing, Rotundo’s early career began at the former Gervacio’s Hair Salon in Hartford before polishing his craft in several other style hot spots, including South Florida. Rotundo and his team stay current on the latest in hair treatment and services through regular education and have a passion for helping clients look and feel their best.
Rotundo also places priority on keeping his products and services safe and healthy for his clients, from Keratin treatments without formaldehyde and using certified organic color to carrying sustainable hair care products, such as the Neuma line.
The salon menu includes cuts and styling for men, women and children; color and texture services; conditioning treatments; facial waxing; and special event services (by appointment). New clients receive 20 percent off services as well as 20 percent off products.
With a growing clientele, Hot Heads is also open to bringing additional talented stylists on to the team.
The stylists at Hot Heads, along with several other business owners in the plaza, will host a Christmas party Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 5-7 p.m. in the salon. The public is invited and food and beverages will be served. Hot Heads Salon, 412 Cromwell Ave., Rocky Hill, can be reached at 860-513-3000 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.hotheadssalonct.com.
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