Location

Pennington's on 51st

812 A 51st Ave N

Nashville, TN 37209

Contact us at:

penningtonson51st@gmail.com

Cancel/Late and No Show Policy:

Credit Cards are required to book all appointments.

 In order to continue providing the best possible scheduling options to my guest, I do require 48 hours notice should you need to cancel or reschedule your visit with me. Should you cancel your appointment with less than 48 hours notice, a $25 per service cancelled fee does apply and will be charged to your card on file. 

Canceling less than 24 hours before an appointment will result in a 50% charge of booked appointment. 

Showing up 15 minutes or later for your appointment will result in a partial appointment due to timing but you will still be charged for the full appointment. 

No showing an appointment will result in a 100% charge of the appointment booked. 

Hours

 

Sunday CLOSED

Monday 9am-5pm

Tuesday 9am-5pm

Wednesday CLOSED

Thursday 9am-5pm

Friday By Appointment Only

Saturday (Every 6 Wks) 8am-4pm

*Hours Based On Appointments*

Service Redo and Retail Exchange Policy:

We strive to offer our guests the highest level of guest satisfaction. If you are having challengers with your cut or color, let us know within 7 days of your visit and we're happy to correct the issue with no additional charge. Should you make a retail purchase that you are unsatisfied with, we will accept retail exchanges within 7 days of your initial purchase. 

 

 

 All Credit Cards Accepted 

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  • Tiffany Lanham

I was someone before I was his mom...

Becoming a mom has been the hardest, most rewarding thing I have ever done or will ever do. My sweet boy will be 3 in less than a month and I keep asking myself where has the time gone? My life seems like a big blur since Hudson came along. Those of you that know me personally know how organized and Type A I am. Well, that all became jumbled when I became a mom. This year I decided to take back some control and really stat working on my life again. Simply reminding myself that I was someone before Hudson's mom. He has made me a much better person and daily I get tears in my eyes thinking of all the goodness he has brought to my life. I am responsible for my life going cray cray. Not him. So making some simple changes this year has already been life changing for me. I have started a new routine of daily waking up at 5am. I am spending time reading my Bible, praying, journaling and drinking my coffee! I have changed my work schedule around a bit to be a little less stressful and more accommodating to the needs of my family and myself. I have planned and mapped out some things throughout the week to be consistent with and to lighten my load. So when I am home with my boys I can really be home and not distracted by everything else calling my name. I am grateful for this place in life. I would be lying if I told you I didn't miss the days of waking when I wanted, going to bed when I wanted, going for a run when I wanted, or just doing anything when I wanted. HAHA But, I am so grateful for the task God has placed before. Raising Hudson is a selfless act and putting aside my pride and my wants and needs is the very least I can do to make sure my sweet boy has the life he deserves. But, don't forget to take care of you. Go get that manicure, go out for girl's (guy's) night, take that nap you really need. And don't feel guilty. We have to recharge or we will be worthless to those around us. Don't lose yourself in the changing process.


What are some things you do for you?


xoxo,

Tiffany

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