From childhood, Dani Everson, co-owner of Clementine’s Salon, had a passion for styling hair. Six years ago, she and her husband John opened their first Clementine’s Salon in the LoHi neighborhood. That location’s success provided the impetus to open a second shop. “The Stanley Marketplace is a great location for us and has given us the opportunity to grow,” says Everson.
With their new larger space, the salon has plans to provide educational seminars. Everson says the first seminar will likely be a class to educate teens about age-appropriate skincare and makeup. She says, as a teen, she “slapped on drugstore cosmetics” and didn’t really know how to approach the concept of skincare. The class will give teens guidance about proper care for challenges like blemishes, suitable makeup application, and the importance of sun protection at Colorado’s higher altitude. Class descriptions will be listed on the salon’s website with dates, times, class costs and registration links.
With a 3,200-square-foot space three times the size of the LoHi salon, Clementine’s at the Stanley has a private room with comfortable seating and two styling stations that can be used for bridal parties, girls’ night out gatherings and private groups. Wine and food can be served at the events. The room is also used for stylist education and will be used for the educational seminars.
Services offered at Clementine’s go well beyond haircuts and color. With nine stylists and two estheticians, the salon offers skin care treatments, facials, waxing, brow and lash tinting, and permanent makeup such as eyebrow micro blading in three dedicated esthetician rooms.
New customers can view stylist profiles and portfolios online. Those familiar with the LoHi location can expect the same quality service at the Stanley.
Salon hours are Monday through Sunday from 10am to 6pm. Booking can be done online or by phone. Visit Clementine’s Salon online at