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The Mane Station


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Carolyn Vasquez is the owner and one of the stylist at The Mane Station, which is a salon in Price. The salon moved in April of this year, and is now located at 453 South Carbon Ave.

Carolyn has been the owner of The Mane Station since 2003. She has over 12 years of experience in the hair industry. Carolyn attended Bon Lossee Academy in Provo and finished her schooling at CEU.

In 2005, Frankie Oberto joined The Mane Station and has seven years of experience in hair. Frankie attended school at Von Curtis in Provo.

Carolyn and Frankie have just completed the Babe Hair training seminar and are now authorized to apply Babe Hair Extensions.

We also have added a tanning bed to our new location. Our bed is a Eurgoline 42 bulb, 15-minute bed with a face tanner.

The Mane Station offers a variety of salon services for the whole family. Carolyn and Frankie specialize in all of the latest techniques in haircuts, colors, perms, and hair extensions. You can purchase Retro Hair, Matrix, Sexy Hair, Scruples, and Nioxin hair products here at The Mane Station.

We also have Salt City Candles. Stop in and see us at our new location next to Stars Dancing on Carbon Ave. or call us for an appointment at 637-5552.

Everyone is welcome.

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