Boca Raton’s Gramercy Hair Salon Announces Exciting “Braids B4 Brunch” Class Sunday June 23rd

Many people want to learn how to braid hair at a high-level but lack the instruction.

June 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Braided hair can look remarkably elegant, especially when done with trained skill. In what is sure to be an enjoyable and informative afternoon, women and men wanting to learn how to braid hair in the extended Boca Raton, FL-area will have a wonderful opportunity not to be missed. Leading local beauty favorites Gramercy Hair Salon will be offering full instruction followed by a social brunch on June 23rd. 2019 starting at 11 AM in their first “Braids B4 Brunch”. A variety of hair braid styles will be taught all in a fun, social environment. Spaces are limited so getting a ticket as soon as possible is highly recommended.

“We are so looking forward to 'Braids B4 Brunch' and are putting our all into making it a special event,” commented Kristin owner of Gramercy Hair Salon. “We want everyone to leave with a new skill and having had an amazing time.”

Some of the hair braiding methods being taught include, Dutch, Fishtail, French, Bubble braids and textured braids. All instruction is hands on from true hair braiding professionals.

Sips and snacks will be available pre-brunch, which will take place after the instruction.

Gramercy Hair Salon is located in the beautiful downtown Mizner Park area of Boca Raton.

The response from those planning to attend has been incredibly positive.

Gail S., from Boca Raton, recently said, “I grew up with brothers and never really learned how to braid hair properly. I am so enthusiastic about this class I can hardly wait to go. Gramercy is already my favorite local salon.”

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Name: Gramercy Hair Salon
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Organization: Gramercy Hair Salon
Address: Mizner Park 444 Plaza Real Boca Raton, FL 33432
Phone: 561.600.9594

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