policies and salon etiquette

To give value to our Stylists time, we ask for a minimum of 24 hours notice for cancellations. Guests who cancel an appointment within 24 hours or miss an appointment without contacting Salon Orange Moon will be required to prepay for any future services. We understand that personal emergencies happen, and want to ensure that everyone’s needs are met. In the event of such an emergency, please contact us at your earliest convenience so that we may work with you on rescheduling your appointment. In addition, any guest arriving more than 15 minutes after their original appointment time may be asked to be rescheduled.
We strive to create a consistent, safe, and relaxing experience for all of our guests. To ensure this type of environment, children of any age must be under your DIRECT supervision at all times while in the salon. If bringing children with you for your service, we ask that a second adult be present to provide direct supervision of the child during
your visit.

Salon Orange Moon does not offer hair cuts for children 12 years old and younger.

We happily stand behind all products and tools we offer in our salon with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Any products or tools in their original condition may be returned or exchanged within 30 days with proof of purchase. All gift card purchases are FINAL SALE.
We collect personally identifiable information, like names, postal addresses, email addresses, etc., when voluntarily submitted by our visitors. This information is only used for Salon Orange Moon communication, and will not be shared with any third party.

Due to the passing of Indiana House Bill No. 1172, our ability to offer mini-facials and waxing services will be limited going forward. We still pride ourselves on our commitment towards providing our clients the best possible products and services. To read the bill in question, see below:


DIGEST OF HB 1172 (Updated Januar 12,2016 10:29 am – DI 84)

Citations Affected: IC 25-8.

Synopsis: Cosmetology. Adds to the definition of “cosmetology”: (1) removing superfluous hair from the body by the use of depilatories, waxing, or tweezers; (2) shaving or trimming beards and mustaches; and (3) giving facials, applying makeup, and giving skin care. Makes changes to the definition of “manicuring”. Defines “pedicuring” as cleaning, dressing, polishing, sculpting tipping, or wrapping the nails of a person’s foot. Makes certain changes to the requirements to obtain a beauty culture school license. Requires the state board of cosmetology and barber examiners to adopt rules concerning the minimum amount of space, equipment, and supplies for specific courses of study a beauty school offers. Allows the board to adopt rules allowing curriculum offered by a beauty culture school to be delivered within a distance learning environment. Allows an applicant for a cosmetologist license to be at least 17 years of age.

Effective: July 1, 2016.

HB 1172–LS 6968/DI 109