Carrollton residents and best friends Jodie Couch and Bridget Mckenzie have seen rough years, but through the strength of their friends and family, prayer, and personal development, both have fully recovered after years of addiction.
“It first started with getting clean and then we were able to enter the recovery process,” said Bridget. Through similar experiences both Bridget and Jodie felt compelled to open Volume Salon. “We decided that we should do what we have always had a passion for. We love to make others feel beautiful.”
Volume Salon opened in a building directly behind the former Pineapple House at 335 Bankhead Highway in Carrollton. Featuring a unique character, the building is painted beautifully like a barn. The little treasured building is somewhat hidden from the busy road front, but the friends believe customers will surely see it as they turn at the salon’s sign.
The salon offers everything from haircuts to coloring and eyebrow waxing. Customers can purchase products such as Pulp Riot, about which Bridget says, “It was actually created by two hairstylists, and we also use products such as Redken Pulp Riot and Pravana.”
On August 4 Volume Salon will participate in a Backpack Bash hosted by Villa Rica Ink. Click here for more details. The community is welcome to attend as Volume Salon will be offering free haircuts at the event. Jodie says, “Everything is free. We have partnered with Villa Rica Ink and iNKED Angels as they give away free backpacks and school supplies.”
Bridget and Jodie are both very thankful for the community, “This community means the world to us, and we try to give back any way we can because we know that lives can and will be changed as long as God is always in it.”
Click here to learn more about Volume Salon.