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16615 Lancaster Hwy Suite 105

Charlotte, North Carolina 28277 USA

980-219-7801

Monday:

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Tuesday:

10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Wednesday:

10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Thursday:

10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Friday:

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

Our Stylists
  • Traci (Owner)
    Bio Coming Soon!
  • Rachel (Stylist)
    I've had an interest in the beauty industry since I first picked up a pair of shears, at the age of 4, giving my neighbor her first botched haircut. As I grew older my love and appreciation for the industry grew, along with my skill. After graduating from Marvin Ridge High School I attended the Aveda Institute of Charlotte. After attaining my cosmetology license I completed an extensive training program at a prestigious salon in Greensboro, Chakras Spa. Expanding my knowledge and skill set has always been my number one priority. I have attended many extended educational classes over the years and I continue to do so to assure that the art I create is always top notch. I strive to create customized cuts and colors to suit each guest’s unique look and lifestyle.
  • Courtney (Stylist)
    I am a Charlotte native and have been a professional stylist since 2008. I attended the Aveda Institute of Charlotte. My first job after cosmetology school was at Folicle Salon and Spa, which led to future opportunities to work for well-regarded names in the fashion industry. In 2011, I participated in the renowned Oscar de la Renta 2011 Fashion Show. A few years later, I worked at Carmen Carmen Salon and Spa. Working with Carmen Curtrona, I quickly learned the proper fundamentals of haircutting. Later on, I joined 8 the Salon where I was able to sharpen my skills and explore more advanced techniques with color such as balayage highlights, ombre, and a variety of foil placements. While at 8, I also had the privilege of meeting and learning from Tim Hartley who taught advanced cutting techniques. Now at E5 I found an environment in which I can further develop my skills and career. I was drawn to this boutique style, Aveda/Wella color line, great location, and wonderful staff. I intend to grow my career here and I look forward to meeting new4 clients and help them achieve the look they desire.
  • Allison (Stylist)
    I knew when I was a tween that I wanted to do hair. I started putting fun colors in my own hair, which is something I still do. When I was a teenager I started doing my friend’s hair. At the age of 17, I graduated early from high school and went to cosmetology school at the Aveda Institute of Charlotte. I’ve been doing hair since I graduated Cosmetology school in 2013, I’ve taken several advanced education classes from Aveda Purefessionals. I have experience with Pravana fashion colors; I plan to expand my education in that area by taking more creative coloring classes. I love meeting new people and enhancing their beauty to make them feel great!
  • Tricia (Stylist)
    I’ve had a great interest in the beauty industry since I was very young. I’ve been in the industry since 2013. I’ve been exclusively trained in Aveda hair color and hair care products. I specialize in dimensional hair color and special occasion styling. I absolutely love what I do. I take pride in taking continuing education classes to stay up to date with the latest trends. I place high value on understanding my clients wants, needs, and creating a personalized look that fits their lifestyle as well as giving my clients the knowledge and ability to replicate the style at home.
  • Beckie (Stylist)
    I have been in the beauty industry since graduating from Empire Beauty School in 2009. My infatuation with hair started young, cutting Barbies hair. As I grew up, my passion for the beauty industry grew as well. I love being behind the chair and seeing clients smile over something I’ve created. I enjoy everything from up-dos and make-up to cuts and color. I couldn’t imagine doing anything else. It is truly a blessing for me to have a give I can share with others.
  • Brittni (Stylist)
    Originally from Long Island, I moved to Tampa, Florida when I was 7. After 15 years, I decided to make the move to the Charlotte area. I love the Queen City and all that it has to offer! I have had the pleasure of working closely with Aveda Products and techniques since 2008. I would say my favorite part of my job is that instant gratification when I turn my client around after their service and witnessing their reaction after making them feel more beautiful. When I am not in the salon, you can find me doing anything and everything outdoors. I am a fitness enthusiast and love trying new things.
  • Brittany (Stylist)
    My inspiration to become a hairstylist came from the first time I got my hair colored professionally at a salon at the age of 16. It was magical how in two hours my stylist made me feel beautiful and so relaxed. I knew then that I needed to be a part of an industry that catered to people and made them feel amazing about themselves. I completed beauty school during high school and graduated with my license. I have been in the industry for four years, three of which I have worked exclusively with Aveda. My journey started at modern salon and spa where I underwent the most prestigious stylist training program in Charlotte. I have also furthered my career at Carmen and Carmen salon where I was a color specialist focusing in specifically in balayage and hair painting. I have been certified in 3 different balayage courses and been to countless Aveda color classes over the past years, including hair color magic. I continue to hone my skills by attending classes whenever I get the chance and by staying up to date on all new color/cutting trends!
  • Sharon (Stylist)
    I was born in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and moved to the Charlotte area as a young child. As a child, I wanted to do hair when I grew up. I went to college at East Carolina University for Public Relations. After spending many years in customer service positions, I returned to my childhood dream. I moved to Chicago, and attended the Douglas J. Aveda Institute. After cosmetology school, I continued my education with advanced classes through Aveda and a one year apprenticeship where I learned the Vidal Sassoon style of cutting. I worked for four years at Salon Soca, an Aveda concept salon in Lincoln Park, Chicago. I continued to hone my skills with advanced color classes at Aveda. After almost seven years in Chicago, I decided to return home to be closer to friends and family. Element 5 immediately felt like a great place to make my new salon home. The part I love about my job the most is the connections I make with people and making them feel great about themselves.
  • Reid (Emerging Stylist)
    I have always had an interest in doing hair because I grew up in a family full of hairdressers. After graduating from Ardrey Kell High School I attended the Aveda Institute Charlotte for Cosmetology. Before finding my home at Element Five Salon, I had trained at other salons in the area. I have had the opportunity to take many continuing education classes along with training under the salons educators. I am always thriving to learn new techniques. I specialize in color and highlighting. I am in this industry because l love to make people feel great about themselves!
  • Jessica (Stylist)
    My love for the beauty industry began in my early high school years when I started coloring my hair. That was when I knew what I wanted my career to be, so as soon as I graduated I started at Leon's Beauty School. When I finished in 2009, I went to work and assisted a well known master stage artist and stylist named Bradley Tuggle, who represents CHI/Farouk Systems. I assisted him for about 8 months, learning the ins and outs of hair color and cutting techniques. I work to create a natural look for my clients to make them feel beautiful and confident. I will always do my best to give my client what he/she is hoping for! If you hear humming or singing during your service, don't be alarmed, it is also another interest of mine. I have been in a band for many years and enjoy preforming on my off time. I have been lucky enough o be a part of Season 3 of The Voice and Season 15 of American Idol. I Hope to see you in my chair soon!
  • Irene (Salon Educator)
    Head of the apprenticeship program.
  • Jamie (New Talent)
    Bio Coming Soon!
  • Aepenh (stylist)
    Bio Coming Soon!
  • Melissa (Front Desk Coordinator)
    Bio Coming Soon!

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Wednesday:

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Saturday:

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Sunday:

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