Beauty Babes opened June 1 at 305 Prairie St., Montgomery. The salon offers hair and makeup for special events, such as weddings, maternity photos, film and more. It also offers a small retail section in the store. The salon will host an open house July 18 with food, drinks and giveaways. The business was previously known as Influence Beauty. 713-825-2099. www.beautybabesmuah.com
Beauty Babes now open in downtown Montgomery
From left: Megan Schneider and Dusty Eckmann opened Beauty Babes on June 1 in Montgomery. (Courtesy Beauty Babes)
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