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vital for success
commenced employment as the senior stylist
at the Albury Hair Gallery.
In 2005 the couple started their unique salon.
The partnership worked on both a business
and personal level and they married in 2012.
Situated in a newly renovated 1900s home
in central Albury, Harrington Hair offers
clients a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere
accompanied by expert advice and exceptional
"As a rural-based salon we constantly strive to
keep our education fresh, current and exciting
for our clients," Ms Burns said.
"This ensures our professional award-winning
stylists make each visit for our clients
consistently enjoyable by meeting their every
Ms Burns said that key success factors for
her business include highly trained staff and
excellent customer service.
"We have grown in numbers, starting with one
staff member back in 2005 to now employing
three full-time senior stylists, one full-time
apprentice, two part-time helping hands and a
part-time receptionist," she said.
"We are highly focused as a salon on providing
friendly and old fashioned service with quality
"Our staff attend regular workshops, seminars
and expos to ensure a consistency in skill and
technique and we adopt a mentoring approach
to our juniors."
The approach certainly works as Harrington
Hair has won many accolades including the
Albury Wodonga Chambers' business award
for Excellence in Retail 2013.
The salon had only been operating for four
months when it was a finalist in the 2005
Albury Central Service awards and Ms
The Harrington Hair team: L to R, Taela Hewatt, Kellie Broadfoot, Rachel Burns, Biance Krech and Rebecca Ivey.
Proudly providing a quality service to
our clients for 40 years.
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