Princeton Times


February 11, 2013

Curl Up N' Dye's new location offers the same quality of service

PRINCETON — Curl Up N’ Dye has relocated to a new location in the Midtown Plaza, but it still continues to provide the same level of service.

Owner-operator Tammy Warner said on Tuesday, “We’re in the same plaza (Midtown Plaza), but we have relocated to 734 Mercer St., the former location of Sister’s Coffeehouse.”

Warner, a 25-year veteran hairstylist, opened Curl Up N’ Dye nearly eight years ago. She is joined by 14-year veteran hairstylist Ginger Sorah and 10-year veteran hairstylist Laura Anglin.

“We offer everything, including pedicures, tanning, highlighting, body waxing, extensions and nails. Our new location includes a facial room, which we didn’t have in the old location, which is where we do the body waxing,” she said.

As for what she likes most about her business, Warner said, “Family fun and a positive atmosphere. We have people come and take photos of the front of the business because of the name.”

She added, “This plaza continues to develop. (Plaza owner-developer) Bobby Sink has done a good job of developing it.”

The business is open 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Monday-Friday, and 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday.

The phone number is 304-425-5457.

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