Ivy Salon’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

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‘Tis the season for holiday shopping! If you aren’t sure what to give your loved ones for Christmas this year, Ivy Salon is here to help. No matter your spending budget, we put together the perfect gift guide to help you skip the stress of holiday shopping this year.

Ivy’s Gift for Journey

Hand Relief Moisturizing Creme with aromas (40ml) Candrima, Shampure, & Rosemary Mint™ | $21 (20% Off!)

Hand Relief

This Hand Relief™ trio is the best gift set for any person – you don’t even have to know them! These are a great teacher gift and can even be split up and used as stocking stuffers. This trio set is a must-have for the holidays.

Show Off Their Wild Side

Beija Flor Jeans’ Audrey Ankle with Cheetah Cuff | $178

Jeans

Give a gift that shows your loved one’s personality. These limited-edition jeans can be worn normal or cuffed to show off the cheetah print underneath. Don’t stress about getting the right size, the team at Beija Flor will make sure it’s the perfect fit.

Ivy’s Gift of Renewal

Full and Travel Sizes of Hand Relief and Foot Relief Moisturizing Cremes | $52 (20% off!)

Relief Cream

This gift is another set suited for anyone! After all the shopping and holiday craziness, these are the perfect products to use while being curled up by the fire with hot cocoa. You can also keep the travel sizes for yourself, but don’t tell anyone we told you that!

Time to Accessorize

Cocobella Boutique’s Acrylic Earrings | $20

Cocobella earrings

You can never go wrong with a beautiful piece of jewelry! Whether you gift one pair or all three, these earrings are a must for the holiday. Get them today at Cocobella Boutique, located in Greenville’s West End.

A Gift for a Cause

Ornaments by the Joyful Ornament Fund | $12

Ornaments

Who doesn’t love a personalized, hand-painted ornament that goes to a good cause?! The Joyful Ornament Fund offers assistance to women undergoing cancer treatments in the form of medical expenses and other daily life needs. This year, proceeds go to Ellie Hatchet, a six-year-old girl from Greenville who is being treated for cancer in Charlotte, N.C. Visit one of our two salon locations to purchase one (or all six) of these beautiful ornaments (three of the 2018 collection are pictured below).

Ivy’s Favorite Things Gift Sets

Air Control™ Hair Spray + Speed of Light™ | $45

Smooth Infusion™ Style-Prep Smoother™ + Speed of Light ™ | $45

Volumizing Tonic + Speed of Light ™ | $35

Daily Hair Repair + Speed of Light ™ | $35

Ivy Gift Set

Our Favorite Things Gift Sets are back and better than ever! Each set comes with a full-size, top-selling product paired with a full-size Speed of Light™, which is only available in salons. These sets are limited so make sure to get them while they last. A portion of Ivy’s Favorite Things proceeds goes to the Joyful Ornament Fund to benefit Ellie.

A Gift for the Experience

Rick Erwins Gift Card | $$-$$$

Giving the gift of a gift card is perfect for the foodie in your life and completely customizable to your budget. Those who love experiencing new food and drink will enjoy selecting from the many venues Rick Erwin’s has to offer over the city. They will be able to find something that fits their taste, literally!

Whether you are treating someone with jewelry to lift their spirits, a night out on the town or with Foot Relief™, you should get joy in shopping for a gift that your loved one will enjoy. Ivy Salon is wishing you happy holidays and a very Merry Christmas!

Ivy Salon And Spa
Hair styling is more than a career for Dreama Kees, it’s a calling. Dreama opened Ivy Salon in 2004 and has been transforming clients from the inside out as well as the outside in, helping instill higher self-confidence and self-respect by helping people feel beautiful and recognizing their beauty. As an Aveda salon, Dreama and the Ivy Salon staff have heavily invested in professional training and development, undergoing intensive classes and workshops. Dreama resides in Greenville with her husband, Steve, and has two children, Jacob, a senior engineering student at Clemson University, and McKenna, a junior at Eastside High School.
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