I knew from the moment I saw Shana's illustration style that she would be the designer for me. I needed an illustrator who had the ability to draw sensual lines and likenesses with great style and aplomb. She did all that and so much more. She created a character portrait of me from reference photographs that I absolutely adore and will be tickled to share with the world. It has exactly the right feel to be representative of my podcast, horizontal with Lila. I asked for titillating, charming, warm, playful, and intimate in this design, and that is what I got.
She's responsive to requests and also will share her professional opinion if she believes you are going astray. It felt like a true collaboration. I will recommend her to everyone who will listen.
How SalonBlush started their logo design journey
We are two female stylists in our twenties branching off with full clientele, but always hoping to attract new clients in town. We're experienced in the business. Our salon is small with clean and simple decor. We would like our logo to reflect that image. Contemporary without being outrageously trendy.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our current clientele is open-minded people of all ages, male and female. Always trying to attract new college students, young professionals, and local residents seeking excellent haircuts and color.
Color scheme in our space is light and bright. Lots of natural light. We like Spring colors, but not too washed out such as pastels. If there is any image we'd prefer the idea of a silhouette to avoid being cartoonish. More on the feminine side when it comes to text, trying to avoid anything too blocky, while still being legible.