Dukes & Dames Hair Salon

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Logo Design Salon Launch

As a fairly young and small business ourselves, we completely understand it can be tough starting out in business with tight budgets, however, you still want to get off on the right foot with a professional appearance. That’s why everything we do for our clients is bespoke and tailored to their needs and budget at that point in time. We’re keen to build relationships and will support you in the best ways we can.

Sure, we’d all love an all singing and dancing brand pack, marketing campaigns, collateral and website, but in reality, that’s usually not possible when you are just starting out. So we can help you work out just what you really need to get started, giving you a great basis to build on for the future and your business grows.

That’s how we helped our friends at Dukes & Dames; a really cool, up and coming hair salon based in Truro, Cornwall.

A Well Coiffed Brand

Owner, Sam, told us all about her ambitions to create a hip and edgy independent salon in Cornwall’s bustling capital city, having worked for both major chains and small independent barbers and salons she had always dreamed of opening her own. With a flair for freehand colouring techniques such as balayage for the dames to everything you need for a perfectly pampered barnet and beard for the dukes; she needed a logo design that embodied urban, creative hair styling, colouring and care fit for the City.

So we set to work, and for us, a beautifully designed, bespoke logo always starts on paper. hand-drawn ensuring it is completely unique to your business. We’ve used a combination of textured, distressed typography and freehand paint spatters to represent Dukes & Dames’ creative and urban style. We hope you like it as much as we do and next time you’re in Truro, check out Dukes & Dames on Church Walk for a super cool, Cornish coiffing experience!

Need help designing a logo for your start-up? It all starts with a coffee and a chat.