Brava Hair Studio Moves to Navarre




Lisa Rector

 Brava Hair Studio and Day Spa has made the move from Fort Walton Beach, its home for 13 years, to the Harvest Village shopping center in Navarre. 

Brava’s owner, Lisa Rector, is a product chemistry expert, a certified color specialist and an international stylist. She incorporates natural, carcinogen-free hair and skin products in her services, which include color, designer cuts, hair extensions, highlights, and waxing. Her new space in Navarre includes a gift shop and boutique, where she stocks a variety of international clothing and other exotic items. 

“I regularly attend hair shows, conferences and merchant markets, domestically and internationally, to stay on top of the styles, the evolving science of color and products, and technology,” she says. “I love bringing treasures back from the markets and showcasing them in the salon boutique.” New clients receive a gift bag as a special welcome.

Brava Hair Studio and Day Spa is located in Harvest Village, 7552 Navarre Pkwy., Suite 5, Navarre, FL. For more information, visit BravaHairStudio.com or call 850-833-3003.

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