Salon Ten O Seven is named after the address 1007 Main Street. Situated in the heart of the historical Chestnut Street District established in 1867 making it 143 years old. It has been lovingly restored and sits on the National Historic Registry of historical places. This exceptional building was first opened in 1918 as the King Brothers Drug Store and now serves as the backdrop for a full service salon and spa.
We house an exceptional group of people who have raised their profession to an art form. We are an experienced staff with continuous training to provide you with cutting edge results. Fusing top of the line skills and talents with our exclusive hair and skin care lines, Aveda, Bare Escentuals, and Redken, will bring a new appreciation to the Art of Self.
Surrounded by an abundance of original pieces of art will enhance your shopping experience in our retail store. Our welcoming and knowledgeable customer care professionals are sure to make you feel welcome and enrich your experience at Salon Ten O Seven. Whether your desires for change are dramatic or subtle, Salon Ten O Seven will work hard to exceed your expectations.
Dereama Allenbaugh & Artistic Staff
P.S. Visit our historic downtown, where wild Bill Hickok used to play cards in one of the many saloons and dance halls and also served as sheriff. General George Armstrong Custer was encamped at Fort Hays while Buffalo Bill was hired to hunt the buffalo to feed the troops at the fort.
Embrace and support the community in which we live.
Respect, honor and encourage our fellow artists.
Raise our level of work and service to the level of fine art.
|Salon Ten O Seven
1007 Main Street
Hays, KS 67601
|Rock Haven Spa
1530 Smoky Hill River Rd
Hays, KS 67601
|SALON TEN O SEVEN HOURS:
Monday: 9am - 2pm (Retail Store Only)
Tuesday: Thursday: 9am - 8pm
Friday & Saturday: 9am - 5pm
|ROCK HAVEN HOURS:
Closed Sunday - Monday
Tuesday: 9am - 2pm (no services, guest service only)
Wednesday: 9am - 9pm
Thursday: 9am - 7pm
Friday: 9am - 7pm
Saturday: 9am - 6pm
HOURS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTIFICATION