When you first step into Code Red Productions, you are instantly drawn into to a world of elegance. From the black and white decor to the shiny red accents to the brilliant lighting, the headquarters of Chrome: A Salon Experience is the center for all things effortless and chic.
The salon’s two locations, one on University Drive and the other off William D. Fitch, also resemble the company’s overall retro vibe. Their expertise ranges from custom styling, hair treatments, texture, extensions, makeup application, and men’s services. We got a chance to sit down with owner Charlotte Gardner Green, a REDKEN artist and the Business Facilitator at the salon.
Green moved to the Bryan/College Station area in 1996, and Chrome was born 10 years later. The REDKEN elite salons strive to exceed the expectation. At Chrome, they seek to “elevate the [hair] industry as a whole,” according to the owner.
“Education is the foundation,” Green said. Each stylist is equipped with an impressive portfolio and array of skills, as they are constantly aiming to develop personally as well as inspire their customers and environment. Green looks for a willingness to learn and absorb from her “tribe,” what the REDKEN artist calls other fellow stylists.
A member of the tribe, Dana Cook, said that Chrome is a “unified family.” They aspire to be a supportive community and industry. Their doors are open for any artist, stylist, owner, and customer. Setting the standard for salons everywhere, Chrome: A Salon Experience is community of artistry and beauty, both inside and out.
Visit experiencechrome.com to book an appointment and learn more about their services.