Sara Drury is a popular hair stylist and cosmetologist who is located here in Central Kentucky. After I moved to town in 2009, she contacted me for her beauty salon business card design. She needed a new design to convey her elegant sense of style, while still retaining the spunky aspects of her personality.
Beauty salon business card design story
Sara was very into the “shabby chic” style popular at the time. She asked to combine vintage style elements for an old school advertising feel. I obliged with components including the blue wallpaper pattern in the background and the flourished black frame highlighting the main text. The foreground items each display on a tan “scroll”, patterned to give the appearance of papyrus or creased leather.
I heavily featured fonts by the Letterhead Fonts foundry on this beauty salon business card design. The LHF Tideway script font spells out Sara’s name in the main title. The title looks fabulous as it shines in a bold, purple gradient. I set both the words “Jon-Beck Salon” and her domain URL in a deep blue. Both of them use the LHF Mike’s Block font. I then wrote the rest of the text in Georgia. I used both regular and bold weights in order to enhance the classic feel of the overall design.
Finally, I provided a colorful, stylish card Sara could pass on to potential clients. She also wrote appointments on the back of them for regulars. Their friends and acquaintances saw the striking cards, and they soon became regulars as well.
Contact me for your beauty salon business card design
Are you a hair stylist or barber? Perhaps you are a beautician who is in need of a fresh new beauty salon business card? You always make your clients look their best. When you work with me, I will do the same for you. Contact me today to get started!
Evidence of peanut butter as it is known today comes from US patent #306727, issued in 1884 to Marcellus Gilmore Edson of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, for the finished product of the process of milling roasted peanuts between heated surfaces until the peanuts became into "a fluid or semi-fluid state."