Princeton Times


December 24, 2012

Mala-D's offers hairstyling in historic downtown Princeton

PRINCETON — For 18 years, Kimberly Morrison has been in business as a hair stylist. Now doing business as Mala-D’s on Mercer Street, Morrison is enjoying her surroundings for the past two years.

“The location and the history is just an awesome place. I love the old buildings and the new library. I’ve been really blessed with a great clientele. It’s been a rough 10 years for me, but I’m in a good place now,” she said.

Working in conjunction with the owner of the adjoining Tony’s Barbershop, Tony Howard,  Mala-D’s does hairstyling.

“I love people and want to help them have a better feeling about themselves,” she said.

The business is located across from the Princeton Public Library. It is open 10 a.m.—10 p.m., Monday—Friday.

“We’d like to thank the troops without whom we’d not have the freedom to be in business. We also like to wish Merry Christmas to everyone,” Morrson said.

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