Our warm concept was designed to offer luxury in an approachable atmosphere.

We aim to provide an alternative to luxury salons that feel too stuffy. We think fashion is fun. And while we take our services seriously, we don’t think beauty should be boring business.

By mixing fine details with comfortable accommodations, we provide each guest with the personal attention and expert services you’d expect from a high-end salon without the over-priced parking, traffic, and uptight atmosphere you might expect. We call it our Promise of Approachable Luxury; a commitment we make to every guest who visits our salon. We promise your visit to Randolph’s will be elevated, comfortable, and customized right to you.


Our stylists are known for their kindness, consideration, and most of all – their skill.

At Randolph’s Salon, we’re committed to further education. Our stylists bring decades of experience and years of education to the chair. Don’t just take our word for it. We’ve received the National “Educational Excellence Award” from Redken 2 years in a row, and Salon Today Magazine has named us a top 200 salon 6 years in a row. Our team includes more than 15 Redken Certified Haircolorists, 6 Redken Design Stylists, 20 Master Specialists, as well as Redken & Pureology Artists. Matched only by our passion, our experience allows us to offer our guests on-point trends and the most advanced techniques.

As thought-leaders in our industry, we strive to push our field forward. Why? For us, the reason is always you. We’re passionate about providing our guests with the best services and most advanced techniques available. Because we don’t think you should have to take a trip on an airplane to benefit beautifully from the best tricks of the trade. Instead, we bring them right to you.

“We stopped doing hair a long time ago. Our focus is to continuously provide our stylist’s with education on the industries latest trends, and provide an atmosphere where our customers feel great from the moment they walk in until the second they walk out.”
– Scott and Mary Randolph