GLOW/Impress Salon

GLOW/Impress Salon


// WINNER WINNER! // 🎈🎉🥳

Congratulations to Kim Kelly on being the winner of our Google Review Staycation package! While travel can be tricky these days, we’re excited to offer her two days of a local escape at one of the condos at Dr. Martin’s The Loft on Birch.

In addition to the luxurious accommodations, she’ll enjoy spa day essentials to help her relax at The Nest on Birch, wines from Reininger & Helix Wines and L'Ecole No 41 Winery paired with a pound of specialty chocolates from Bright’s Candies, an exquisite orchard, and gifts cards to Impress Salon for a manicure and pedicure and Gillian Herbrandson Esthetician (Sivana) for a facial to help her recharge.

She’ll also be well fed during her staycation with gift cards for food and treats from the following local businesses.

The Maple Counter Cafe
Butcher Butcher
Cugini Italian Imports and Deli
Colville Street Patisserie
Graze- 'A Place to Eat
Pine Cone Creamery
Bright's Candies
Andy's Market (The Market by Andy's)

Thank you to all of you who took part in our latest promotion, we appreciate you all as patients and look forward to being your dental home for many more years.


Rotarian, Jan Corn, has a tree created in her honor for Small Trees, Big Impact. The "Empress Impress" comes with makeup and services from Impress Salon. You will be happy to win this special tree!
Club President, Jan Corn, from Impress Salon offered "Winderig" for Small Trees, Big Impact. This cute little Danish gal will cheer your home for the holidays! Bid today!
ArtSquared 2019 thanks our Silver Level Sponsors: Williams Team Homes, Walla Walla Art Club, McDonald Zaring Insurance, Impress Salon, Windermere Walla Walla, & Conner's Flooring & Design!

Hello everyone! I'm looking to fill some appointment openings this weekend! I'm here from 9am-6pm Thursday-Saturday!

Video: Color correction I just did on a gal getting ready for her wedding!
We are so proud of you Victorianna! And a big thank you to Impress Salon for allowing our students the opportunity to do an externship at your wonderful salon!

Fashion Provided By:
Laila Bridal Studio
Door Number Two
Hair & Make-up By
Impress Salon
All Hairstylist and Massage therapist ~ we need your help!

Looking for volunteers to help raise money for local girl,
8 year old Julianna Sayler who is currently fighting DIPG

Can you donate an hour or up to all 6 hours the day of the event?
(Minimum donation required of guest) 100% of the donation will go directly to Julianna & the Sayler family.

If you are willing to donate your services (Haircuts for stylist ~ Chair massage for LMT’s)
Please let me know before July 14th what hours you will be available to contribute, so we know how many people to make appointments and promote this fundraiser.
Contact me @ [email protected] or call me @509.240.7777

The event will be held
Sunday August 6th 9:00am to 3:00pm
@ LeFore’s Spa 2 E Poplar ST

Thank you!!!

For more information on Julianna’s Journey:
To stay up to day feel free to follow this page and check for periodic blog updates at:
May God bless you for your prayers and loving support.
Eric and Stacie Sayler
Julianna's Story and DIPG Awareness Video can be found on You Tube:
If you are interested in supporting Julianna's medical, travel, lodging and associated expenses we have some fund raisers going. More details about current Fundraisers is available on the website.
Team Julianna T-Shirts
Wrist Bands
E-mail orders to: [email protected]
$5 each (adult & youth size)
Julianna's Medical YouCaring Donation Site:
PayPal Account:[email protected]
Jan/Meghan - Hannah is looking to do something different - I'm suggesting THIS. . .thoughts?
I love my Jane Iredale Bitty Brow Kit!! Thanks for suggesting it Marisa Loyd!
Just got the most terrific color and cut from Jan yesterday. Thanks to the Best! :-)
Hey Ladies! Our final clearance sale of the season is on! Save up to $1000 on top fashions from brands including Mother Denim, Michael Stars, DVF, Frye Boots, Joie, AG Jeans, Alo Yoga and dozens more. Everything from our fall and winter collections is marked down to $9.90 to $49.90. Hurry in, these deals won't last!

Founded in 1998, Impress Salon continues to be dedicated to over-the-top service in a relaxing and c

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their website address. 03/07/2022

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their website address.

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their website address.

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post 02/02/2022

Jane Iredale Sale!
Four stylist curated products for only $100

Quick look- 10 to 15 minutes with only four products. I finished it off with my mascara and was ready for the day!

Give me a call to book consultation or reserve you special here:


“I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations… I have built my own factory on my own ground.”

This morning I felt an overwhelming calling to attend a yoga class, unplanned. The instructor shared a brief story of Madam CJ Walker. I felt compelled to learn more about her. In this moment I knew I was exactly where I was suppose to be. -Alisha

The life of Sarah Breedlove (1867–1919) – who later became known as Madam CJ Walker – is a true ‘rags-to-riches’ story. She was the first person in her family to be born after the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863, on the Louisiana plantation where her parents and older siblings were previously enslaved. By the time she died, at the age of 51, she was living in a mansion a few miles away from American business magnate John D Rockefeller, with a hair product company that provided income for thousands of African-American women.

The seed for her business success was sown during the 1890s, when Breedlove began experiencing hair loss as a result of a common scalp ailment. Desperate for a cure, she began testing a number of homemade hair remedies and store-bought treatments, ultimately settling on a product of her own creation. After seeing its results first-hand, Breedlove changed her name to Madam CJ Walker and began marketing her hair treatment as ‘Madam Walker’s Wonderful Hair Grower’. It was a decision that set her on course to become a pioneer of the modern black hair-care and cosmetics industry – and a millionaire by default. At the time of her death, her estate is estimated to have exceeded $1m.

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Jane Iredale Mystery Grab Bag Sale!
Four full sized items for only $100!!

Freshen up you cosmetic bag! Alisha or Selene will curate a selection just for you from in stock items.

Limited bags available.

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post 11/14/2021

Big transformation on Saturday!!! I love bobs so much!!!!!!


We are so pleased to report that both Selene and Alisha have received their Covid booster vaccines. It is of the upmost importance to us as a team that we are doing what we can to keep our clients, ourselves, and our community healthy.


Last call for TIGI! Stock up in your favorites!

All TIGI 50% off this week only. If you can’t make it this week send me a message and we can set an order aside for you!

Regrettably TIGI is discontinuing their professional lines. Our rep at Bassett helped us find a new line we fell in love with, and we know you will love it too!


Over the years, we had some great themed photo shoots and runway shows! There was "Geisha", "Marie Antoinette", "Burlesque", and 50's that we had acquired some really fun costumes for. Well, if anyone has an idea for a costume, you might want to check out Goodwill. Jan did some purging today. It was time...Such good memories!

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address. 07/19/2021

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address.

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address.

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address. 07/09/2021

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address.

GLOW/Impress Salon updated their address.


What an amazing first few days Selene Salem and I have had in our new space. Thank you to all of you from the bottom of our hearts. We have had a few growing pains getting the phone number installed. It is currently forwarded to my cell phone. When I return your call it will come from another number. Hopefully we will have that sorted out soon. Signage is coming soon too! Our new address is 2019 Issacs. You can park out front or behind Baskin Robins. We thank all of you for continued support and cannot wait to see you in our new space soon!!
-Alisha Cunha


We’re back! ⚙️
This weekend we will be hosting a FREE Bicycle Valet for the Tour of Walla Walla Race this coming Saturday June 5th.
So bring your bike out and enjoy the first big event since COVID with your friends and family.

Huge thanks to our sponsor club Walla Walla Noon Rotary Club for all the support!

Please connect with us if you have any questions!

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post 05/04/2021

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post

Exceptional Women's Film Festival Trailer 2021 03/15/2021

Exceptional Women's Film Festival Trailer 2021

We are so excited about this event! We're fortunate to have Sarah Koenigsberg curate, organize, and dedicate her skills and network to making this happen. This will be a powerful experience for us all to share.

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We love a good community project. This is a definite win-win!

We're getting SO close!
Donation update: $2550 ! ! !
Starting in April 2020, we've been donating $2 per each and every order you've placed toward our goal of building a full and complete Tiny House.
Goal: $3000 Can we reach our goal within 1 year?

*Seattle's Low Income Housing Institute villages ensure that people's experience in homelessness is safe, dignified, and as brief as possible.


We are open today from 10am - 5pm. Give us a call. (509) 529 - 3534


Another great opportunity for service.

Rotarians helping load breakfast and lunches for Walla Walla Public Schools students and families. Thanks Walla Walla Rotaract Club for your help!


Happy December!
Our little team had too much fun with our Christmas tree this year!

Photos from Fruitsuper's post 11/17/2020

This is PACKED full of fantastic information! We can do this!


We have our "pearls" on. Big day!

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post 10/20/2020

Please join in to celebrate the privilege of your vote! Even if you've already dropped your ballot, join friends and neighbors to walk to a ballot box this Sunday at 1:30. Choose your location.

Photos from GLOW/Impress Salon's post 10/09/2020

Big transformation today.


Grow Local

Our soil is the beating heart of the Blue Mountain Region. From wheat to asparagus, watermelons to hops, a bounty of produce is grown here. What do you in your garden?

We love that our clients share their garden bounty with us, and we share with each other!

Nuestro suelo es el corazón latiente de la región de las Montañas Azules. Una abundancia de productos agrícolas se cultivan localmente: trigo. espárragos, sandías, lúpulos y mucho más. Qué es lo que en su jardín?


Sip Local

From downtown tasting rooms to estate wineries nestled among the vines, there are over 120 places to experience world-class wines in the Walla Walla Valley AVA and Blue Mountain region. Whether it’s the wine, the food or the views, there is something for everyone! Where’s your favorite place to ?”

Just a few of our favorites: , Castillo de Feliciana Vineyard and Winery, Dunham Cellars, Kontos Cellars, Grosgrain Vineyards, El Corazon

En el valle de Walla Walla y la región de las Montañas Azules hay más de 120 lugares donde disfrutar vinos de primera clase, desde salas para catar el vino en el centro de la ciudad hasta fincas vinícolas escondidas entre los viñedos. Ya sea vino, comida o los paisajes ¡hay algo para todos! ¿Dónde está su lugar favorito para ?


Play Local

We could all use a little more play in our lives! The Blue Mountain region abounds with places to escape. Dozens of playgrounds, fishing holes, and hiking trails offer something for kids of all ages. Where’s your favorite place to ?

We love Mill Creek Bennington Lake, riding bikes all around, Veteran's Memorial golf Course, Harris Park, Touchet River to name a few.

Todos podríamos usar más diversión en nuestras vidas! La región de las Montañas Azules tiene muchos lugares para divertirse. Docenas de áreas con equipo recreativo, lugares para pescar y senderos para ir de caminata ofrecen algo para los chicos de todas las edades. ¿Dónde está su lugar favorito para ?


Eat Local

Great food from around the globe has found it’s way to our little corner of the Northwest! Whether your craving tacos, pad thai, or a hamburger, countless flavor adventures await within just a short drive. Take a moment, and a meal, this weekend to !

Some of our favorite places to grab delicious fresh food in our neighborhood!

Deliciosa comida de todas partes del mundo han encontrado el camino a nuestra pequeña esquina del noroeste. Ya sea que se le apetezcan tacos, un platillo tailandés o una hamburguesa, innumerables aventuras del sabor los esperan a la vuelta de la esquina. Tómese el tiempo, una comida y este fin de semana para comer en el ÁreaLocal.


We're grateful to be open on this Labor Day holiday! If you need grooming or pampering, we'd love to see you. 10-5


Seattle friends:

TODAY is the day! Plant Swap + Fundraiser 12-5:00. We'd love to see you! 100% of donations will go directly toward Seattle's Black Farmers Collective.


When salons had to close in March, it was the first time since my early teens that I was without work. My life revolved around being busy, and I liked it that way. COVID has been a huge change of pace and lifestyle. With three kids home, I was suddenly thrust into navigating ‘trying’ to be a learning coach. I adopted the attitude pretty early on that we would get done what we could and not worry about the rest. I had no intention of making all of us frazzled with a situation that was out of our control. We learned to slow down and live with less. We stayed home and spent hours on home improvements to make our home more enjoyable. We landscaped, gardened, and installed a mini outdoor theater.

When I heard the news salons in Walla Walla County were able to open I was over the moon and excited to return to work. As I was working on a schedule I quickly realized we did not want to put our children in childcare and even if we did childcare was wildly unavailable. I could not just return to what was before. I became crazy with anxiety about what I would do to get back. After much reflection, I once again came to the conclusion that I was putting too much pressure on myself, and that I can only do what I can do and stressing about the rest was not helpful for me, my family, or my clients. My husband and I were able to find a schedule that fit our family needs, and I was so pleased to return to work, a few weeks behind Jan and Selene.

I am now working less, and I have learned to appreciate that, but sometimes still struggle. I am working a later shift, which has filled a need for clients that need later appointments. I have realized the importance of creating low maintenance hairstyles to fit my clients time and budget needs. I am also keeping myself in a lower maintenance style. I have discovered and explored my love for vivid, non-traditional hair colors and plan to continue to develop this niche.

We are all struggling through this time together, in many different ways. Give grace to yourself and others, you can only do what you can do. Make room for the things that bring you joy, and let go of things that do not. Letting go only creates space to receive.

Photos from Walla Walla Noon Rotary Club's post 08/23/2020

We practice ! Happy to help our Rotary club at Frog Hollow Farms harvest tomatoes for BMAC Food Bank.


When we reopened after 2 1/2 months of quarantine, I was so happy to be back at work, mostly to see all of my clients. I also felt down because it wasn’t going to be the same experience, because I was not able to hug my clients.

I had made a decision in solidarity with my clients to become low maintenance with my own hair. No color (I love my natural color as it turns out!), and I have kept this in mind for my clients. If we should have to close again (fingers crossed it doesn’t happen), they will be able to look good and wait for me.

I learned a lot during the shutdown. I realized I was working too much, I don’t need a lot of things and a quiet life is good. I am now working a few less hours, and am definitely thankful to be back to work with my wonderful friends.



June 1, our first day of reopening, I felt so many things on my drive to work. Anxiety, anticipation, hopefulness, excitement...The thing that saddened me most was the loss of the pampering/beautifying aspect of our industry in the very beginning. I couldn't imagine sending clients out of the salon without styling/finishing. (Thankfully that didn't have to last too long.)

What I have realized is that I look at each of my clients differently now. I am very aware of keeping people in easy, low-maintenance styles and colour processes. I find I'm acutely aware of all the possible scenarios from maintaining Phase 2 for a prolonged period of time to rolling back as neighboring communities have had to do.

I know we're all learning a lot about ourselves and each other during this time. Today I am thankful, and oh so happy to be in the salon with friends.



Call or message to request your appointment.

Wedding Expo 2018 07/19/2020

Thank you for 10 years of partnership and adventures! You were an amazing stylist and teacher. Many stylists are better because you shared your talent. We wish you all the best in your retirement from the industry and next endeavors.


It's heart wrenching to say "We're so sorry, but no." to all the people calling from Tri-Cities, Yakima, and Seattle trying to schedule an appointment. We understand, don't we? It seemed forever that we were in Phase 1. We are being exceedingly careful. We are taking care of YOU, our precious clients.


"Happy Face
Wait Time, Quality, Environment, Customer Service, Other

This makes everything worth it. We are here because we love our clients.


We are in support of those who need it. We proudly stand for equal treatment in this great country of ours.

Please join us for a peaceful Rally and Call to Action, this Sunday, June 7 at 1:00 p.m. in front of Land Title Plaza in downtown Walla Walla.

Please come wearing masks. Please be conscious of social distancing. We care about everyone's safety.
If you do not feel comfortable joining the crowd but would still like to attend, please come early, park close by and listen from your vehicle.

We'd like to extend our thanks to all who protested peacefully with us last Sunday. We will continue to protest. We will push for tangible reform and policy changes in the Walla Walla Valley.

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2019 Isaacs Avenue
Walla Walla, WA

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 1pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm

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