Studio 7 Salon and Spa moves to new location in Somerset

Nicole Mcintosh

Studio 7 was the salon located in the north location of Ames Racquet and Fitness Center. But when the owners heard the gym wanted to expand, they jumped on the opportunity to not only open a new salon, but to make it the salon of their dreams.

“Our original dream was to have a full service salon,” said Krista Wrage, part of the husband-wife team that owns Studio 7 Salon and Spa, 2624 Northridge Parkway. “The opportunity just came up, and we took it.”

The new salon and spa moved just across the street. “We love Somerset, and our clients are already familiar with the area,” Wrage said. “And we got to design everything from the flooring to the ceiling. We even got to choose the color of the brick.”

Having a more relaxing environment was very important to the Studio 7 owners. Wrage and her husband, Scott, focus on using all natural, organic and chemical-free products, and they wanted their space to reflect that.

The products they use are natural-based and contain no talc, fillers or other harmful chemicals. “Whatever you put on your skin, which is your body’s largest organ, is absorbed into your body, so you want to be sure it’s good for you,” Wrage said.

The salon not only expanded its square footage, it also expanded its services. In addition to hair, makeup, tanning and massage services the salon already offered, it now offers manicures, pedicures, skin care and spray tanning.

Wrage said she and her staff are excited they can present this new location with its new features to the public.

“Our staff is what really sets us apart,” Wrage said. “They are energetic and we love what we do.”