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A Funky/ Catchy Name For Beauty/fashion Boutique
Posted by Anonymous on
6/14/2010 at 4:40 AM ET
Hi please help! can you suggest names for my salon that will provide beauty services such as spray tanning, waxing, mani and pedicures, facials but will also have a selection of funky fashion clothes/belts/scarves etc. I am aiming at a university student market plus general public between 18-35 and the salon/boutique decoration will be chic with chandelier and ornate mirrors etc.
6/14/2010 at 7:48 AM
"Your Complete Body Shop" would make a great name, and for a tagline to go with it, consider...
Making you beautiful from head to toe.
6/14/2010 at 8:55 AM
Mirror, Mirror (On The Wall)
6/14/2010 at 10:17 PM
Thank you for the responses so far, although these are not grabbing me. I am thinking of something short, unique and smart. I am thinking along the lines of " Beauty Boutique" "The Boutique" "Beau-tique" But am not sure if these are good enough and also they have been used previously. The 18-35 does sound a large age range but not really in the beauty market as I have clients at present that are up to 80yo! Also it is a university market so I am thinking quick turnover, original, quick services (ie spray tanning, waxing). Do you like this idea??? It will look like a modern ladies boutique. Thank s for your help so far....just shorter please! Thank you.
6/15/2010 at 7:21 AM
Why not use your own name. Since you didn't fill out a profile I don't know if it is appropriate. Using your name solves a lot of problems, like companies with similar names and so on.
If that is not an option I suggest you stay with, as you have said, a short and memorable name, not a long as descriptive one as some have suggested.
Also, what you are really selling style, so if you look up the word style in a Thesaurus you will find some good possible names:
You may also want to play with languages to see if any translations are catchy. So now that I have given you a method for finding a good name you can play with it until YOU find a name you can be passionate about.
6/17/2010 at 2:36 AM
since its a salon with a selection of clothing..why not
"Dress and style" or "artistica" which sounds funky means artistic.
6/27/2010 at 9:49 AM
I am closing this question since there has been no activity in 10 days.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
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