The recently opened Hello Beautiful Hair Salon at 3747 Main St. in Warrensburg is this month's feature business. Yunhui Lee Langworthy opened the salon April 1, after running two successful salons in Essex County.
Yunhui emigrated to the U.S. 13 years ago from Seoul, South Korea to seek a rewarding fulfilling life here.
Choosing to pursue a career in cosmetology, she studied at the Champlain Valley School of Cosmetology where she was awarded an outstanding student.
Since that time, she has received accolades for her creative, artful hairstyling and attentive customer service.
Yunhui is in the process of moving to Warrensburg with her husband Dal who is well-known for years of work at Curtis Lumber.
Yunhui has been in the hairstyling business eight years in Ticonderoga and four years in Schroon Lake. Yunhui said about half of her clients at this point are new clients. To encourage repeat business, she is offering a frequent hair cut card featuring a 50 percent discount on every fifth haircut.
The salon is decorated in deep purple that symbolizes royalty in South Korea - it imparts a relaxing feeling to those who enter, and as I sat and conducted this interview, I couldn't help but feel welcome.
The salon is open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Plans are now developing to add tanning and possibly manicures and pedicures.
For hairstyling appointments, call 623-2675 or e-mail email@example.com.
Hairdressers who seek to join Yunhui at Hello Beautiful salon, may phone her to inquire about the possibility of booth rentals.
'Last of the Mohican' presentations planned
Excerpts of the "Last of the Mohican" drama will be performed Aug. 5-10 at Fort William Henry Museum. The initial day, the performance will be held at 7 p.m., and on Aug. 6-10, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 adults, $15 seniors and youth, with children under 4 free.