Prim & Polished holds ribbon-cutting for new building – Carroll Daily Times Herald

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Updated: November 16, 2021 @ 9:39 pm
TIMES HERALD | SARAH STORTZ The ribbon cutting for the new Prim & Polished building as seen on Friday, Nov. 12.

TIMES HERALD | SARAH STORTZ The ribbon cutting for the new Prim & Polished building as seen on Friday, Nov. 12.
The Carroll Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting for Prim & Polished inside of its new building on Friday.
Prim & Polished is a local salon that first opened its doors in February 2020, offering services such as haircuts, hair coloring, nails, eyelash extensions and waxing.
The salon is co-owned by Samantha Baumeister and Emily Weller, who graduated from beauty school in 2012 and 2016, respectively.
In her speech, Baumeister said the salon was open for only seven weeks before they needed to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We were actually closed longer than we were open, so that was kind of tough,” Baumeister said. “The chamber helped us greatly get through that.”
Despite the difficult time period, Baumeister said, they have received massive support from their clients, friends and family members.
Before moving, the owners rented a building downtown for their services. The owners were then offered their current building located at 626 N. Court St., which Baumeister said was a great opportunity for their business.
“Honestly, it’s kind of overwhelming,” Baumeister said. “And we feel really blessed to have everybody in our lives supporting us and honestly, helping make this dream come true.”
Since moving in, Baumeister said she loves the inviting atmosphere of their new building.
“It kind of speaks for itself, and I love that all of us are able to be out on the floor where everybody can see us,” Baumeister said. “And you know, we can kind of mingle with everybody’s clients and whatnot.”
Although the two women have worked with hair and nails for a shorter time than other stylists in the area, Baumeistar said, the duo has worked really hard to get to where they’re at now.
“We kind of strive to have our clients just feel really comfortable coming here. We have a really amazing relationship with everybody that comes in our door,” Baumeister said. “I definitely would consider our clients family and it’s been a great ride so far, so we’re looking forward to seeing where it brings us.”
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