Lola Salon

Rebecca Biggers opened Lola Salon and Gallery in 2001, in the heart of downtown Asheville. Lola Salon is dedicated to providing cutting edge hair artistry to each client in an upscale, relaxed setting. We are experts in the art of listening and hair design.

Lotus Herban Spa

Lotus Herban Spa is an urban wellness center located in the heart of the city of Asheville. 

Lotus emerged from the historic earth cozied beneath Lola Salon & Gallery, what was unearthed is a healing mecca for a decidedly Asheville Spa Experience…

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Our team of expert stylists are ready to give you a relaxing, personal experience. We specialize in haircuts, color, extensions, Brazilian Blowout, and styling for special occasions and weddings. Lola’s boutique carries a variety of beauty products, local jewelry, and our art gallery showcases incredible Asheville area artists on a rotating basis. We take pride in our exceptional hair products; Award Winning Davines, Moroccan Oil, Kevin Murphy and Brazilian Blowout. Our color experts are devoted to Davines, Kevin Murphy, and Wella color lines. Our beehive is buzzing with energy, love and laughter. Nothing makes us happier than helping someone feel beautiful!

Lola Salon & Lotus Spa Up-to-Date Covid Safety Policy*:

All that enter must continue to wear a mask while on the premises unless fully vaccinated*

Lola Salon & Lotus Spa bases current Covid Policy upon up-to-date guidelines set forth by the CDC as well as State and Federal Government. Masking or unmasking is based on a voluntary honor system. No exceptions to our policy are currently accepted. Your compliance and honesty keep us all safe.

Thank you for abiding by the above stated standards as we continue to navigate working with the public and protecting our families, ourselves and each other

In Health & With Respect,

Rebecca Biggers

Owner Lola Salon & Lotus Spa 

*From NC Governor Roy Cooper’s website (05/14/21)

*NCDHHS will continue to have strong public health recommendations for individuals to continue to protect one another until more people are vaccinated. People who are not vaccinated should wear a mask

*NCDHHS recommends public facing businesses post policy signage reminding guests to wear a face covering if they are not fully vaccinated. Businesses may choose to continue to require and enforce policy that their customers and employees [vaccinated or unvaccinated] wear masks.