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There are many places to get haircuts in the Treasure Valley, but there is only one Illuminate Salon.   Started in February 2010, the goal was always to be a shop that did more than hair. Illuminate invites local artists to hang their creations and you can see everything from photography to paintings to collage on the walls, which are changed every few weeks.   Artists themselves in a variety of ways, the Illuminate team offers haircuts, colors, texture services, and facial waxing. Your first haircut is $10 off. Don't shy away thinking that a salon on 10th St. must be overpriced – these experienced stylists would rather charge a fair price and see you more often. As everyone is self-employed, hours vary. Call 208-345-1398 to set up an appointment or walk in at 214 N. 10th St.   If you'd like to see your art on the wall, contact GiGi or Amber at 208-345-1398.
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