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Miniature salon projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas


Beauty parlour, spa, hairdresser and barber

See cosmetics for beauty supplies


Salon Diorama

Links to miniature salon projects

vigne's salon

Puchi Drug Store #5

Joseph Chien of Beverly Hills
  • photo albums, blog posts, webpages

Barber Chairs - From the Time Machine Project

Barbershop Interior - by Michael Paul Smith

Floyd's Barber Shop - by Connie Sauve

Hair Care Designers - by Rosemary from Miniature Cellar, Facebook link

Mini- Barbershop

Rudy's Salon

Sweeney Todd Barber Chair - by Jaqui Marlin

Z Place - by Fay Fazer

Tanya's Place by Tanya

Tanya's Hair Salon - by Tanya


Miniature Salons in Blogs

  • Blogs concentrating on salons or categories/labels about them in blogs


Miniature Salons in Groups

  • Discussion groups, forums (or forum categories) and photo groups dedicated to salons.


Miniature Salon Supplies for sale

  • Supplies needed for making salon projects.



Miniature Salons for sale

  • Do you have a section for salons in your shop? Add a direct link to that item here. 


Miniature Salons in Books

  • Books about miniature salon projects (also books with chapters about them)


Instructions for miniature salons


Miniature Salon Printables


Miniature Salon Wallpapers

  • Wallpapers that go well with salon projects


Other Salon Printies

  • Book/magazine covers related to salons



Miniature Salon Links

  • links to sites showing how to make items related to salons


Miniature Salon Research/ Inspiration


Miniature Salon Tips/Hints


Beauty Shop Tray

  • Cut the sharp prongs from a tri-hook fishing hook. Glue a button with an indented slash to one side to the top ring.
  • Glue a shallow jelly container to the button.
  • Cut cardboard or plastic dividers and slash them to form the old fashioned egg carton type of dividers.
  • Glue to the inside and paint desired color.
  •  Fill with 'curlers' cut from the ends of Q-tips.
  • Cut staples in two and bend each piece flat for 'hairpins'
  • Add bottles made from straws and beads and you have a tray for your beautician.


Curling Iron

  • Cut one side of a double sided coffee-stirrer straw and place a straightened staple  into the resulting hole.
  • Add a curled string (glued around a small straw) painted white with a seed bead plug.


Hair Dryer

  • Make from a hex nut, 2 pieces of Q-tip straw, one side of a snap and curled tiny wire (used in round wiring for doll houses) with another seed bead plug.
  • use a headphone jack 

Hair Rollers

  • Take some small skinny straws in different colors and cut them the right size.
  • Use pen springs cut down or paint lollypop sticks and cut them to size.
  • Use coloured Qtips cut to size


Ideas about what is needed for these projects

  • links to inspiring pages 


  • ideas for shop names

A Hair Ahead

Clippety Do Da


Cut Loose

Curly Q


Flawless Beauty

Grandfathers Moustache

Hairway to Heaven

Hot Heads

House of Hair

Just 4 Me

Million Cuts

Nail it

Razors Edge

Shear Genuis

Snippety Do-dah Salon and Spa

Sharp Cuts

Sharp Snips


Twisted Scizzors






  •  YouTube videos about miniature projects related to this subject



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