DALLAS, Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ --
Neiman Marcus Downtown announces the grand opening of a full-service salon on the sixth floor, Ceron Salon, owned and operated by CG Salons, LLC.
The salon has been operating since late November 2009 and will celebrate its grand opening in February. Ceron plans to be in the salon two days per week and has trained a full staff of stylists to service the clientele.
Adjacent to The Zodiac restaurant, the Ceron Salon approximately 3,000 square feet. It boasts 7 am opening hours to accommodate the schedules of both male and female executives in the area.
Ceron, a native of Mexico City, is known only by that name not his first, Gonzolo. He studied in France under the tutelage of Frederick and Jean Saberny, widely considered to be two of the top stylists in Europe. In Paris, Ceron climbed the ranks in the art of hairstyling and his natural talent quickly took the young apprentice from student to master stylist.
CG Salons, LLC operates two Ceron salons in Houston. One of the principal partners in the company is Gina Betts, a Dallas attorney, who is active in the operations and marketing of the Dallas salon. Ceron is also a partner in his eponymous businesses.
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The salon is a full-service operation, offering hair treatments, facials, manicure/pedicures, and massages. Darphin is the skincare line used for facial treatments, while Kerastase completes the product line for hair care. Ceron is currently working on developing a hair care line of his own. The salon mirrors the operating hours of Neiman Marcus Downtown, though boasts 7 a.m. opening hours to accommodate the needs of both male and female business executives in the area.
SOURCE Neiman Marcus