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Soleil Nail Spa is opening soon in the Town of Vienna.

The salon and spa is filling Dog World Pet Salon’s former spot at  515 W. Maple Avenue in the Village Green Shopping Center.

Soleil will offer manicures, pedicures, facials, waxing, eyelash extensions and other services, according to its website.

Back in April, Tysons Reporter spotted a sign in the storefront window saying that the “organic spa” is “coming soon in July 2019.”

Soleil posted on Facebook earlier in August that the grand opening got pushed to Sunday, Sept. 1, due to a construction delay.

To celebrate the opening, the nail spa is offering a 30% off promotion.

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A Vienna native has opened a new hair studio in downtown Vienna.

Sundown and Rise Up filled the former space of the Maple Avenue Market, which closed in February after nearly 10 years in downtown Vienna.

David McCarthy, the owner and stylist, grew up in Vienna and went to George Mason University before pursuing hairstyling, according to his bio on the salon’s website.

Sundown and Rise Up offers haircuts, blow-drys, coloring, highlights and balayage services.

The website describes Sundown and Rise Up as “a truly unique, open, creative, art-centered workspace in the heart of Vienna.”

The salon’s hours are 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Tuesdays, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Fridays and 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturdays.

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Hair salons keep popping up in the Town of Vienna.

Along Maple Avenue, there are around two dozen hair salons and various types of beauty parlors offering personal care services.

While nearby Falls Church and McLean also have a plethora of salons, the ones in Vienna are concentrated mainly along Maple Avenue, with many hair salons working in close proximity to their competitors.

Along Maple Avenue by Nutley Street SW, the Village Green Shopping Center at one point housed three hair studios — Village Green Hair SalonAvivo Salon and Day Spa and Dogan and John Hair Salon. (Avivo relocated to Tysons earlier this year.)

Tysons Reporter asked Lynne Coan, the town spokesperson, what might draw the appeal for owners to open up shop in this particular area.

“I did check with our planning department, and we really don’t have an explanation for why there are so many hair salons in Vienna,” Coan said. “There are no unique or ‘encouraging’ ordinances.”

Salon O Tony (130 W. Maple Avenue) has been open for 12 years because of its customer service and good reputation, Mustafa Demir, the shop’s spokesperson, told Tysons Reporter. When asked about competition among all the various hair salons, he said salon management doesn’t think it is an issue, but didn’t expand on why.

In 2019, at least three new salons and beauty relators arrived in the area — each one of them offering a variety of hair cuts and spa treatments.

Alya Salon and Spa  (139 Park Street) and Jolie Hair Studio (121 W. Maple Avenue) both opened in February.

Hair studio Sundown and Rise Up moved into the former space of Maple Avenue Market (128 E. Maple Avenue) this summer.

These openings come at a time when the Town of Vienna said that more businesses have opened than closed recently, despite vacancies and increasing rents around town.

“It seems that, for whatever reasons, each community has a proliferation of some kind of business, be it pizza shops or nail salons or hair salons,” Coan said. For the Town of Vienna, it appears to be hair salons.

Photo 3 via Facebook, photo 4 via Facebook, map via Google Maps

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Yet another nail salon is preparing to open in Tysons Corner Center.

Beauty Nail Bar will join two other nail salons and various beauty services already in the mall, including Angel Nail and Modern Nail Studio.

It will be located next to the Paul Mitchell School on level two of the mall.

Todd Putt, a spokesman for the mall, told Tysons Reporter that there is no opening date yet for the nail salon.

No details on the expected hours of operation have been released yet.

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Hair studio Sundown and Rise Up is coming to the former space of the Maple Avenue Market in the Town of Vienna.

Sundown and Rise Up will offer haircuts, blow-drys, coloring, highlights and balayage services, according to its website.

From the website:

Sundown & Rise Up represents a new emergence into a truly one of kind dynamic salon work space centered upon hair, creativity, freedom, community, music and positive vibrations. Sundown & Rise Up strives to provide Vienna and the neighboring communities a new kind of hair salon experience.

The Maple Avenue Market closed in February after nearly 10 years in downtown Vienna.

The studio is set to open “very early July 2019” at 128 E. Maple Avenue according to an Instagram post by the owner of the studio.

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After a temporary closure, the Aveda salon is open again in Tysons Corner Center.

Tysons Reporter spotted that the salon was closed in April and noticed that it was open again last Wednesday (June 5). Signs said the salon was undergoing renovations.

The national cosmetics company focuses on eco-friendly hair and skin care products.

Aveda is located on the lower level by Nordstrom.

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