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Meet Christine Perkins of Pyara Spa and Salon in Cambridge and Burlington

Today we’d like to introduce you to Christine Perkins.

Christine, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I worked in the industry while I was in college, and I decided that if I was going Back to work after having my son I wanted to LOVE what I did. My passion is really in this industry and developing successful talent and the love we have for our guests.

Has it been a smooth road?
Owning and starting a business is NEVER smooth. We have had staffing problems- not being able to fill positions as we grow. Growing faster then we could handle for a bit. Part of being a business owner is learning and growing with the challenges and making yourself strong as a business with the knowledge you learn from each challenge.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into the Pyara Spa and Salon story. Tell us more about the business.
We are a full service Salon and Spa. We specialize in the guest experience. We want every guest to feel like we were there for them and by partnering with AVEDA we can offer an amazing organic/ natural product line the gets one of a kind results. I am most proud of my team. each and every day they grow and learn and do better for our guests.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
I think that we will see more and more natural products being able to out perform chemical based lines. We are already bridging the gap. We will continue to see the divide grow between large chain salons that offer quick careless services and those that go above and beyond.


  • Haircut experiences 45-70-95
  • 60 minute customized massage 105. membership price 85
  • Tulasara results driven facial 60 minutes 135

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