at 2220 E Tennessee Ave, Denver, 80209 United States
A salon that has captured a spirit combining community and congeniality. We strive to create service with ease.
A Full on Salon is a full service hair salon and nail lounge. Also offering services in massage therapy and skincare. We are dedicated to creating and delivering services with innovation, education, congeniality, quality and five-star customer service. We serve wine, champagne, tea, and coffee each visit!
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Need a last minute Shellac Manicure or Blowout? Stop by for a $30 special! Only a few openings left for the day! BLOWOUT - 12:30pm or 2:30 pm SHELLAC MANICURE - 11:00AM 1:00PM 2:30PM 720.638.7090 www.afullonsalon.com Happy Valentines Day <3
Openings for Saturday... Shellac manicure @ 2:00 or 3:00 Haircut @ either 2:15 or 3:15 Haircut and color @ 12:45 Phone 720+638+7090 Mention this post and leave with a $10. gift card for your next visit!
A Full On Salon is proud to be a part of Wash Park. Washington Park is located in south central Denver. The park is long and rectangular and is bordered by Virginia Avenue on the north, Downing Street on the west, Louisiana Avenue on the south, and Franklin Street on the east. It covers 165 acres (0.67 km2) making it one of the largest parks in Denver. The neighborhood generally referred to as "Wash Park" is often broken down into eastern and western sides: not only do both have their own neighborhood organizations and quite-different historical trajectories, but since 1972 official city statistics have tracked Washington Park West as separate from the easterly "Washington Park." The (eastern) Washington Park neighborhood has borders defined by the city of Denver as Downing Street, Cherry Creek, I-25, and University Boulevard. The public park is located within the neighborhood. The West and East Washington park neighborhoods have two large lakes, ten tennis courts, a large meadow used for lawn sports such as volleyball and soccer, a lawn bowling green, two of the city's largest flower gardens, and its busiest recreation center. Washington Park was initially designed by the German landscape architect Reinhard Schuetze between 1899 and 1908. His design remains fairly intact and included Smith and Grasmere lakes, and the Lily Pond, all fed with a city ditch that Shuetze had edged with Russian willows and other trees. Other pieces of his design remain intact and include the large meadow edged with a grove of trees to the south of Smith Lake, and the carriage-ways that meander through the park. Later landscape architects, such as Saco Rienk DeBoer and Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. have added their own contributions to the park, adding the elegant boat house, an evergreen grove on the north side of the park and other additions. There you have it, a little history lesson from A Full On Salon.