It’s our goal to give you a taste of the finer things. When you arrive, we’ll greet you with a smile, and offer you one of our select complimentary beverages. Then you and your stylist will go through our iPad visual library to choose the style you’ve been looking for; or you can request a custom style and we’ll do our best to make it happen.
Our stylist will wash, dry, and style your hair. All the while, you’re relaxing with your complimentary iPad as you surf the internet, listen to The Hair Bar music mix, or watch one of our fun movies on TV. And once the finishing touches are complete, you and your hair are ready to hit the town and watch the heads turn.
Gina has a very diverse background. She had her start in modeling at a young age, but quickly decided she had a knack for business. She has spent time in advertising, as a paralegal and is a commercial jet pilot. On top of that, she’s had a lot of experience as an entrepreneur. After graduating magna cum laude from Southern Methodist University in 2001, she started a new enterprise. At the age of 24 she sold her first business, Diamond Affairs, a luxury invitation/stationary boutique. Fast forward a few years, and two children, she now works around the clock building her empire, The Hair Bar, all while ensuring her motherly duties are never overlooked. Gina is very philanthropic and currently serves and has served on numerous boards in Dallas including, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Dallas Zoo, the Frontiers of Flight Museum, The Junior League of Dallas, the AT&T Center for Performing Arts, the Brinker International Forum, the North Texas Super Bowl Host Committee and SLANT 45. She was a founding board member of Heroes for Children, The Fashionistas and the Salvation Army’s Youth Education Town. Gina has served as Honorary Chairman for the Symphony Gala, the Dallas Arboretum, and was honored as Woman of the Year in 2014 by Les Femmes du Monde. She is the Den Leader in Cub Scouts for her oldest son, and she loves spending time golfing with her two young boys. Gina believes in and practices “to whom much is given, much is expected.”