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Jules & Zoa Statement Salon: Nurturing Beauty Inside and Out

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Whether you love your current hairstyle and simply need a trim or you’re interested in changing up your current haircut, the experienced stylists at Jules and Zoa Statement Salon want to help you achieve the look you want. Jules Moore, owner and lead stylist, said, “I love making ‘aha’ moments where the client sees the final product and loves the results.” In addition to scheduling an appointment with one of Jules and Zoa Statement Salon’s professional stylists, you can book a relaxing esthetic treatment and browse a selection of items from local companies and artists in the salon’s boutique.

Jules Moore: A Passionate Owner, Educator and Mentor
Jules and Zoa Statement Salon opened in 2019 and is named after Jules’ three teenage daughters: Zuzu, Olivia and Claire Antoinette. “They are my life, and their support was endless in this dream of salon ownership,” she said.

Since the day the salon opened, Jules has loved every aspect of owning a salon; however, what drove her to open her own salon was the desire to teach and mentor. “I love educating our guests and opening their eyes to different ideas and different things like new products or how to style their hair,” Jules said. With that in mind, she cultivated a like-minded team of professional stylists with a variety of backgrounds and skills who work well together. She appreciates that each team member brings something special to the group, which positively impacts the whole team. “I allow everybody to have their own individuality, and when someone needs help, we’re all there,” she continued.

Collaboration and communication are key for Jules and her team with each other and their clients. As part of every appointment, the stylist will consult with you about what you want and how to make it happen. “Recently, a stylist was working with a new client who wanted this whole transformation. So, I collab’ed with the stylist and helped deliver the results the client wanted. She had tears in her eyes, she was so happy.” That’s what Jules and her stylists like to deliver. “We love making connections and creating bonds with people and being a part of their lives. We get to make them feel beautiful inside and out,” Jules said. “It’s really a wonderful gift to be able to do every day.”

More than a Salon
In addition to hairstyling services for men, women and children, cuts and styles, color and blonding, scalp and hair treatments, beard trims and hair extensions, Jules and Zoa Statement Salon also offers esthetician services. “We have an amazing esthetician, Sydney Scavuzzo, who provides face and body waxing, eyebrow and eyelash tinting, lash lifts and a variety of facials with special add-ons. Our little saying is, ‘A facial is a magical map that defies aging, you go to Sydney,’ because she’s so gentle and soothing,” said Jules. “You get a little nap and when you wake up, you’re glowing and bright.”

The salon houses a boutique that carries candles, jewelry and art from local companies and artists. When you walk into the salon, you’ll likely smell one of the Continued Good candles such as Stay Royal KC, a popular lemonade-like scent with white and blue coloring, burning while you’re greeted by Alison, a lovely Brit, or another of the front desk team. Supporting local is important to Jules, and that extends to her charitable efforts.

Supporting Kansas City Teens in Need
Jules and Zoa Statement Salon supports Project Starfish year-round. “They make dignity bags for local teens in need,” Jules explained. She accepts donations on behalf of Project Starfish of full-size shampoo, conditioner, lotion, shaving cream, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste and razor. “Our main focus with Project Starfish is the local teens because I have teenagers and I would hate for anybody to not feel beautiful,” Jules said. In another effort to help local teens and to celebrate Jules and Zoa Statement Salon’s fourth anniversary, the salon hosted an art and anniversary show in support of House of Hope KC, a Christian-based nonprofit that provides residential care and out-patient counseling for teens in the KC metro. To help, call the salon for a list of
needed donations.

“We don’t just create beauty, we live within beauty,” Jules concluded. “We do this by touching the lives of every person we come in contact with in a positive way.”

Jules and Zoa Statement Salon is conveniently located at 127th Street and Pflumm Road. Book your appointment today by calling 913-839-3888 or visiting