Pamper Yourself at Cape Tech's Cosmetology Group Salon

Offering a full range of services at very attractive prices...
Cape Tech students Hannah Millville (Yarmouth) and Cindy Gastonguay (Dennis) working on mannequin heads (Cape Tech photo)

Treat yourself...

Every so often a woman wants some time to herself... and what better way than to go out to lunch followed by a visit to the nearby salon? 

Locals can do just that at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School where the Salon, run by the Cosmetology Group, is directly across the from the Hidden Cove Bistro, run by the Culinary Group. 

The full-service Salon is run by the students and overseen by instructors Tracy McEnroe and Melissa Jones.  The salon offers a full range of services Tuesday through Friday. 

The salon is closed on Mondays to make time for students to provide community service to residents of nursing homes.

Besides this work in the community, the Salon serves as a Wig Bank for the American Cancer Society - providing on average 30 wigs per year to patients at absolutely no cost.  

Salon services run the gamut from shampoo & set or cut, hair coloring, manicure, pedicure, facials, waxing and hand and/or foot treatment, all at very reasonable prices. See the related content link below for this author's visit to the Cape Tech Salon for a facial last spring.

Appointments are suggested and can be made by calling 508-432-4500 ext. 225.

The Cosmetology Group’s curriculum follows the guidelines of the Massachusetts Board of Cosmetology so virtually all graduates of the Group are fully licensed by the state upon graduation, having received over 1,000 hours of instruction.

A clickable price list from the Cape Tech Salon is available below.


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