We are located in the trendy neighborhood of Ardmore/Haverford on the Main Line. just outside of Philadelphia.
Our boutique salon was designed to make your hair experience comfortable, fun, and cozy!
We provide light refreshments, free wifi, a relaxing environment, and beautiful hair.
Meet the coolest
stylists on the Main line
Hey, my name is Lauren, I’m the founder of Gezellig Salon. I’m sure you’re thinking “How did you come up with this name, what does it mean and how do I pronounce it?” It’s a dutch word that means “cozy” My dad is from the Netherlands. I phonetically pronounce it by saying “guz-zell-ig”. I chose this name because it meant something to my family and it’s exactly how I want everyone to feel in my salon, “cozy.”
I strive to provide a comfortable and relaxing experience for our guests.
I’ve been a stylist for 10 years already, and I feel like I’m just getting started. I love building relationships with my guests and learning about you! At the salon, I enjoy offering low-maintenance color services so you don’t feel like you have to come to the salon so often, gray coverage, extensions, and dry hair cutting.
Head Spa Specialist
Sam has been in the hair industry since 2018, hair isn’t just a job to her, it’s her passion.
Sam has many skills when it comes to hair, but her main specialties are blonding, brunettes, haircuts, and extensions.
Her clients love the way she helps bring their ideas to life while also giving great conversation and comfort in the salon.
Hobbies: Painting, Cooking, and Baking
Favorite food: Pasta of any kind and cheese
Favorite tv show: Any Reality TV
Zodiac sign: Gemini
Favorite color: Pink
Social Media Administratior
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Where did our name come from?
This is a dutch word. The owner has family from the Netherlands.
She has always been fascinated with the Dutch culture and the beauty of the country. It gives her a "Gezellig" feeling which is what she wanted to create for her atmosphere. We know that the Dutch language and the English language have different pronunciations and this word is hard to pronounce in English. We suggest pronouncing it "Guh-Zell-ig".