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Paul Brown salon marks 43 years

August 7th, 2014
PHOTOS BY NADINE KAM / nkam@staradvertiser.comUber stylist Paul Brown is surrounded by loyal staffers, friends, family and patrons during a blessing of his renovated salon and spa at Ward Centre.

PHOTOS BY NADINE KAM / nkam@staradvertiser.com

Uber stylist Paul Brown is surrounded by loyal staffers, friends, family and patrons during a blessing of his renovated salon and spa at Ward Centre.

Marking 43 years in business, Paul Brown companies continues to grow and evolve with its original founder at the helm.

To mark the occasion, Brown hosted a gathering of friends and family on Wednesday to celebrate the renovation of the Paul Brown Salon & Spa at Ward Centre.

It was a little difficult to focus on the new salon stations with photos like these on the walls, celebrating Brown's past and current work. A friend saw me documenting this image and could only ask, "Really?" Please, what caught my eye was his hair. Really.

It was a little difficult to focus on the new salon stations with photos like these on the walls, celebrating Brown's past and current work. A friend saw me documenting this image and could only ask, "Really?" Please, what caught my eye was his hair. Really.

Paul Brown blond

After a four-month, $300,000-plus renovation project, the 2,300 square-foot flagship location now includes European shampoo units, four new hairstyling stations, granite countertops and custom cabinetry throughout, and a stainless steel receptionist desk.

It was too crowded to get a close look at all the new stations, but you couldn't miss the photo collections, including Brown's “Galactica Warrior,” which will be included in Queen International, a high-end Italian fashion, culture and current affairs magazine.

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Nadine Kam is Style Editor and staff restaurant critic at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser; her coverage appears in print on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Contact her via email at nkam@staradvertiser.com and follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Rebel Mouse.

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