Let Foiled Rotten by KK Salon Get You in the Giving Spirit with their Holiday Specials

    FORT WORTH, TX, November 16, 2017 — You have probably heard the saying “it's best to give than to receive” all of your life, but with the holiday season among us, Foiled Rotten by KK Salon allows you to do both. How is that?

When you book a beauty appointment with Kalie Williams, an independent salon business owner located inside of Salon and Spa Galleria in Denton Hwy, and refer a friend to her, you both benefit. Once your family, friend, significant other, or whoever you refer, books their appointment, you will receive $20 off your next hair color and needs, and your referral gets 20% off their first service. How is that for gift giving? A win-win situation.

You will come out looking and feeling your best, and saving some money in the process. Foiled Rotten wants you to look and feel your best, which is why Kalie offers holiday promotions and referral credits.

Kalie Williams opened her salon business through Salon and Spa Galleria, at the Denton Hwy location. Kalie graduated from Toni and Guy Academy in 2016 but has been around the beauty industry her entire life as most of her family is in the beauty industry. What makes Foiled Rotten by KK successful is Kalie's passion for hair, and a caring nature for every person that walks through her salon doors. Currently, Kalie offers haircuts for the whole family! Her hair color specialties consist of, but are not limited to, Lightner retouches, balayages, corrective colors, ombres, highlights, all over colors and even grey hair coverage.

At the moment, Kalie does not take any walk-in clients, but is able to accommodate most, if not every, schedule. Aside from hair, Kalie also offers makeup services and even bridal parties. Make sure you make Foiled Rotten by KK your one stop beauty destination.

When asked why she chose to become an independent small business owner, Kalie had this to say, “Hair is my true passion, I have had a passion for hair and making people feel great about themselves since a young age. Just seeing someone smile and glow because they feel and look beautiful is what my career is really all about. I want them to feel as great as they look and enhance their natural charisma.” Adding on to that last comment, Kalie said she customizes each experience to be different, truly catering to every client's needs.

Let's face it, in the beauty, and just like any business, keeping a client happy and making them feel their best is just part of reward you get from being a business owner. Clients can become lifetime friends. No one cheats on their stylist, it is a sacred bond.

To learn more about Rotten by KK or to schedule an appointment, you can check out Kalie's stylist profile through the Salon and Spa Galleria page.

Salon and Spa Galleria is an independent artist rental salon that offers salon professionals the opportunity to open up their own small salon business, without having to deal with the contracting hassle. For business opportunities, visit www.salonandspagalleria.com

About Foiled Rotten by KK
Foiled Rotten by KK is a locally owned small business. It is located inside of Salon and Spa Galleria Denton Highway, 5230 Denton Hwy Suite #122, Haltom City, Texas 76148. Learn more about her work on the Foiled Rotten by KK Facebook Page Foiled Rotten by KK (@foiledrottenbykk). To schedule an appointment, please call (817)-914-3423.

About Salon & Spa Galleria
Salon & Spa Galleria is DFW's fastest growing salon chain with locations in Arlington, Grapevine, Fort Worth, and Haltom City, TX. To learn more about leasing salon space or to find a talented beauty professional at any of the locations visit salonandspagalleria.com.

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About the Author: Carrie Brunner

Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
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