THE SPACE

The space for each of our two HAUS Salons, in South Minneapolis and in the North Loop, was intentionally created to embody everything we believe style should be – chic, effortless and inspiring.

Fixtures and décor are suspended in midair, as if floating weightlessly in the lofty environment. The open nature of the styling stations at each salon facilitates communal centers that emanates energy, connection and creativity.

On the fringe, clients can relax in the lounge area while enjoying an array of beverages and periodicals. In our North Loop space, guests will also enjoy luxurious spa services.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

WE KNOW YOU STRIVE TO BE DISTINCT. AT HAUS, PART OF OUR PHILOSOPHY IS TO ACCENTUATE ALL OF THE THINGS THAT MAKE YOU THAT WAY.


PURE IMAGE MAKERS

We believe your hair is part of what makes you the person you are. That's why we pride
ourselves on customizing the latest trends in hair design to suit your image. We don't think you should ever leave our salon feeling like a different person, but instead like an amplified version of you.

SALONS AS REMARKABLE AS YOU ARE

We're utterly serious about image, which is why we create flawless hair that defines the uniqueness of your character. After all, a character lies in all of us. At HAUS, we are committed to giving you hair that channels all of the things that make you an individual on the inside and out.

LEAVE THE STIFFNESS TO THE HAIRSPRAY

Our focus on technique is intense but our personalities aren't. We're determined to give you the most enjoyable salon experience you've had, and to have fun while doing so. Inside HAUS, you'll find an engaging community of creativity, merriment and warmth.

 
 

OUR FOUNDERS

HAUS Salon co-founders Charlie Brackney and Jessica Reipke opened the first HAUS Salon in South Minneapolis 2011, and quickly gained a reputation for quality in service, along with a friendly, fun and approachable salon personality styling the best hair in town. A second HAUS Salon opened in the popular North Loop neighborhood on the edge of downtown Minneapolis in 2014.