Our carefully chosen and highly-trained staff is here to exceed your expectations. The same goes for our elegant salon space — dedicated to guest comfort — and our devotion to innovation and artistry. We’re focused on making your day and continually raising the bar.
We are also proud to align with Aveda’s mission of ethical and sustainable business practices and its high fashion aesthetic. We share Aveda’s exceptional standards of quality products, treatments, and guest care, and everything we do reflects the standards of an Aveda salon.
The Artistry Salon’s Founder, Master Artist and Educator Teresa has organically built her business while serving a diverse mix of clients in the Fremont Bay Area as an Aveda Concept Salon for over 20 years. Teresa is set apart from other stylists not only by her experience and expertise in hair color and cutting, but by her custom hair recipes encouraging shiny healthy hair for all her clients. Her education includes, but is not exhausted by, training with the Vidal Sassoon Academy in London (advanced hair cutting), personal barber training, Jingles International in SF 1985 and NYC advanced hair cutting academy, Aveda Institute, Armonia Academy in Italy, Trevor Sorbie makeup and hair photo shoots, Bio Ionic certification, Philip Wilson (considered the most influential hair dresser in the next 100 years known for freestyle/alternative hair cutting). CHI, Sexy Hair, Schwarzkopf Professional. She currently sharpens her skills under both the Martin Parson and Tony and Guy’s curriculum. Her priority is continuous training with Aveda for hair cutting, color and makeup.
Why should someone come to The Artistry Salon? Our goal is to give you an excellent haircut and color while maintaining the shine and integrity of your hair. We look at the whole picture so that you can look your best while feeling fresh and current. We will show you how to maintain your hair to improve the condition in between visits. We are about quality, not quantity. That’s why we are Artistry/Aveda.
Where do you see the hair industry going in the next 10 years? As a whole everything is going more green. I see it going more natural, holistic, organic, alternative and more freestyle cutting techniques.
Favorite hair designer? Trevor Sorbie
Favorite hair product? Aveda Phomollient, Beautifying Oil & Damage Control
Favorite flower? Orchid, parrot tulips and peonies
Favorite food? Italian and Thai
What are some of your favorite things? I love to be home, gardening, traveling, other interests include- health/holistic issues, fashion, art, theatre, horticulture, interior design, history, foreign and historical films, reading, nature, and collecting antiques.
What is your favorite music? I love a diverse playlist, but some of my favorites include fun Latin, salsa, and the Gypsy Kings.