Community Partner: Campus Salon

Community Partner: Campus Salon

By Reeva Ripley, Bulk Buyer, Marketing Assistant

Spring is a time for revival; people are becoming more active, planning road trips to festival outings, preparing for graduation or formal dances, and getting out to enjoy nature in bloom. With highlights, up-dos, nail services, deep-conditioning treatments, or a simple hair cut, you can get a fresh look to brighten up for spring with Debra Kadabra’s Campus Salon. Get in to freshen up, and get out with a new spring hair-do!

salon shotLocated in the Spiris Plaza next to Jon’s Drive-in, Campus Salon welcomes students, professionals, and families. A selection of hair and nail styling services are offered; add some shine to your locks with a Tinted Glaze or get a set of acrylic nails for an upcoming formal event. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome to enjoy a variety of affordable salon services provided by friendly professionals with over 50 years of combined experience.

As an environmentally conscious business, many of our services use eco-friendly products. Campus Salon uses a type of low ammonia hair color containing sea kelp. They also add coconut oil (From your very own neighborhood Co-op!) for extra conditioning and smoothness. The shampoo they use is free of sulfates, and the conditioner is paraben-free too.

inside salonDebra Kadabra’s Campus Salon is located at 1028 S. Mission St. in Mount Pleasant. They’re open Tuesday through Saturday, with hours and information posted on Facebook here. As a Community Partner bonus, GreenTree Owners receive 10% off any hair care service, including cuts, coloring, and perms. Bring your GreenTree Owner card or mention it when booking your appointment. (Learn more about all of our Community Partners here.)

Call 989-772-2340 or email for more information, and be sure to visit the Campus Salon website for service pricing, before-and-after photos, and style inspiration!

One comment

  1. It makes me so happy that there are eco-friendly oxidative hair colors. It sounds like they are really beneficial to the hair as well. I’ll have to get a sampler of them and try them out in my salon. Thank you for helping me be an artist that helps beautify the earth and others too.

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