Salon Wisp is a cruelty-free, sustainable boutique salon in the heart of downtown Burlington, Ontario. We’re committed to making you look and feel beautiful in an inclusive, positive and welcoming environment. Your Wisp experience will make you feel as lovely on the outside as you are on the inside—and leave you feeling the best version of yourself.
Happily ever after starts here. Wish Bridal is the ultimate luxury concierge bridal service and only two of our stylists are certified Wish artists. Whether you come to our salon or we come to you, Wish Bridal is personalized for the bride to ensure an exquisite experience on her special day.
Britney is our resident extension expert and she demands the very best from herself and her products. That’s why we work exclusively with Natural Beaded Rows and Great Lengths - the best extension methods on the market - and Britney travels to California every few months to ensure her skills are as current as possible. Her dedication, talent and quality products are what make this our most premium service.
At Salon Wisp, giving back to the community is a priority - and this is how the Twist Braid Bar was born. Our team donates an afternoon to create beautiful braids on a walk-in basis, with all proceeds going to a local charity. We will be relaunching the Twist Braid Bar in Spring 2020 - stay tuned for exciting updates!
At Salon Wisp, we specialize in our proprietary technique of highlighting and blending that allows colour to grow out naturally, sustainable beauty (with partners like Green Circle and Davines), and all things extensions. We believe that lustrous locks need to be healthy and it’s our job to guide you towards a look that accentuates your natural beauty.
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Salon Wisp has curated a team of innovative, in-demand stylists who are fueled by their dedication to making you feel beautiful, inside and out.
To keep our staff and community safe - Salon Wisp is currently closed while we assess the ever changing situation.
If you have an appointment between now and April 6, it is effectively cancelled and there is no need to reach out.