Frequently Asked Questions.
Here are some common questions about Obadiah Salon.
What if I need to cancel my appointment?
Life happens and if you find yourself unable to keep an appointment, we would appreciate 24-hours notice.
What if I am late for my appointment?
Of course, if you know you are running behind we would appreciate a call. Depending on how late you are we may need to shorten or re-schedule your appointment. We will however do our best to accommodate you and your service needs.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept VISA, MasterCard, personal checks or cash.
Why do your service providers charge different prices?
All of our stylists are highly skilled and have the best training. Pricing is generally dictated by years of experience and any costs associated with your service (ie: color usage).
Can the medications I am taking effect the outcome of my service?
Yes, many things such as medications, water (in your home, swimming and salt water) and other environmental factors can affect the outcome of some services.
If you have questions or are on medication please consult your service provider prior to the service.
Can I bring my kids?
Of course you can! We only ask that for your sake and the sake of our other clients experience that your kids be able to sit quietly.
Can I bring in my animal?
Unfortunately, our building has a strict NO ANIMAL policy.
Where do I park?
Bellevue: Park in the Bellevue Place parking garage and take the Bank of America/Wintergarden elevator to the 2nd floor. For further directions please look at the ‘contact’ page of this website.
Kirkland: Park in the garage located behind the salon. Access to the garage is located in the alleyway off of Kirkland Ave on the west side of the building. Additional parking is available on Kirkland Avenue as well as at the Kirkland Library, across the street from salon.
Do you validate parking?
Yes, we validate for 3 hours.
What does Obadiah mean?
It is Hebrew in origin and means excellence in service and the promise of restoration.
How long has the salon been in this location?
The salon opened when the building opened in 1989 as David and David. In 1992 Obadiah Salon took over and in 1998 the current owner bought the salon.