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Best Hair Salon/Barber: Salon Montage Studios

Location: Fargo

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Salon Montage Studios has been named Best Hair Salon/Barber in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What’s your reaction to winning?

“The team was surprised, honored, and thrilled to be awarded this title! It’s amazing to have the community and our clients believe in us,” Owner Sue Coté said. “We are beyond grateful for the support from everyone!”

What do you think a good haircut, color, does for a person?

“We have the ability to make someone feel special and beautiful,” Coté said. “It revitalizes their energy. Something so simple can change someone’s outlook, not only on their day, but how they feel about themselves.”

Can you tell us a little bit about Salon Montage Studios?

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“I wanted to create a positive inviting environment in a smaller relaxed setting, along with the support needed to thrive for those that, like me, have devoted themselves to their career and the industry,” she said. “We have all been made more aware of how important it is to have the control, flexibility, and the freedom to make choices for ourselves, but also reap the rewards for our devotion to our passion and our careers.”

  • Second Place: Dandy Lion Cuts For Kids
  • Third Place: Onyx Salon Studios
  • Fourth Place: Hair Success Salon, Spa & MediSpa
  • Fifth Place: Adae Salon

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