hair salon + gallery
Welcome to Evolve Salon, where fashion, design and art come together in Indy’s vibrant historic Irvington. A laid back boutique hair salon with the feel of a light and airy gallery space, the salon is here to celebrate your special and personal style.
On the Pensy Trail at the corner Of Ritter Avenue and Bonna Avenue, our little gem of a salon is effortlessly chic and washed in light. We’re all about lightening our impact on the planet too, bringing you pure, cruelty free hair care lines by Kevin Murphy and Keune. You’ll also find a selection of eclectic gifts, so pop in to stock up or find something for a lucky friend.
Hair styling is an art, and we love to surround ourselves with creativity. In the salon, we feature original art from local artists. Over the years we have hosted a countless group shows of painters, photographers and collage artists. Come enjoy the Evolve experience!
cut, creative color +
Evolve is always a style leader, and we’re famous for our unique culture of hair cutting, beautiful creative color and seamless balayage highlighting.
Our stylists are chosen with love and trained in-house to refine their eye and perfect our personalized approach to hair styling. We’re experts at reading your head shape, hair growth patterns and texture, as well as matching your cut and color to your personal style.
Evolve cuts naturally accentuate your best features — your lips, cheekbones or eyes. With rich, beautiful and never brassy color, we can even make your skin tone look more fresh and youthful.
We offer Keune color. It is a professional only, permanent salon exclusive hair color that produces the healthiest, richest, colors imaginable. The ingredients are rich in silk proteins, amino-acids, anti-oxidents, vitamins and other nutrients to make sure your hair is left as healthy and vibrant as possible.
We’re inspired to keep your look current and seasonal, but we also like to give a nod to the past:
- bobs from the 1920s
- old Hollywood 1940s glamour
- fabulous beehives, pixies and geometrics of the ’60s
- loose, long waves of the ’70s
- punk from the ’80s
- our favorite shag of the ’90s