Hairpeace Celebrates 25th Anniversary

1996: Hairpeace opens on Lomax in Five Points.

“Hairpeace—our name is, and always will be, our mission statement,” says Bruce Musser, owner of Hairpeace. Musser opened his salon in historic Five Points in 1996 and has continued to expand and evolve ever since while maintaining close relationships with his staff and clients. Now a mainstay in Jacksonville’s creative and business sectors, Musser celebrated his salon’s twentieth anniversary in 2016 with a move to its current, custom-designed location on Oak Street. With the help of Designmind LLC, Musser’s artistic vision and hair expertise were applied to every facet of the space. The salon is outfitted with stylish furniture, Musser’s art on the walls, “the most comfortable shampoo bowls you’ll ever experience,” and an outdoor patio and garden. “I want to create the best atmosphere for my team and clients to enjoy for years to come,” says Musser. 

Hairpeace is known for its specialty in curls, custom created hair color, and a curated selection of professional products for hair and body, including the Morrocanoil and Baxter of California lines. In 2019, Hairpeace added waxing and lashes by popular local esthetician Jessica Larson to its list of top-notch services as well as permanent makeup. Recently, they added still more services—microblading and nail services. Over 25 years, Musser has remained on the cutting edge [no pun intended] of business and has established Hairpeace as a salon that contends with top salons nationally. Congratulations, Bruce, from Arbus Magazine.

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