Salon Estique, the ensconced North Central Phoenix full-service beauty salon and spa, has embarked on a new adventure in the up-and-coming Kachina Plaza, located at the northwest corner of 32nd Street and Indian School Road. The salon had previously occupied a large space at the Uptown Plaza at Central Avenue and Camelback Road.

For more than 25 years, co-owners Cheryl Finn and Kelly Boudreau have served the community as prominent business owners, as well as funding nonprofit organizations supporting both women’s causes and the arts.

“The decision to move from Central and Camelback was difficult, but we knew it was in the best interest of our cherished clients and amazing employees. It was an incredible opportunity,” Finn said.

Salon Estique, named a Top Salon by Salon Today Magazine for more than 10 years, offers professional hair and skin services. The salon was designed by Paige Lewis with a warm and contemporary design-feel and appointed with original oil paintings by local artist Coni Bourin. Outdoor exposure is enhanced with a high-tech garage door that opens to a bistro patio shared with Bertha’s Cafe, a local favorite lunch spot.

The “new” Salon Estique opened its doors in January. “Our stylists love the energetic vibe here and our new clients are so impressed when they walk in,” Boudreau said.

Salon Estique is accepting new clients and encourages requests for free consultations from its top-tiered stylists. For more information, call 602-248-0077 or visit



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