Versacchi Studios understands that your hair is your ultimate fashion accessory. We opened our namesake salon in 1994 with the mindset of creating a unique experience for our clientele. 

 

The "upscale bohemian" boutique style atmosphere is no accident. With the sunlight streaming through the giant windows, together with the beautiful hardwood floors, brick accent walls, fine art and eclectic novelties displayed everywhere, Sherri's vision of her studio is evident. “I want everyone to come here to feel comfortable, but engaged.” 

 

 

The salon is ever-changing, due to Sherri’s love of art. A painter herself, there is always something new to look at, something new to talk about. The atmosphere always feels fresh and exciting, which is important for both the clientele as well as the stylists who work there. “I don’t want anyone feeling bored, especially myself!” laughs Sherri.  


Each Versacchi professional is carefully cultivated and shares a passion, philosophy and commitment to an exceptional client experience. Artistic vision, talent, and continued education make it possible for our team to achieve, with stunning clarity, your individual authentic beauty.

Over the years, Versacchi Studios has earned a stellar reputation for "the studio to go to when you need a true hair expert." Whether you need a color correction, a fresh makeover, an organic finish with no fuss, or are having thinning, damage or hair loss concerns, our stylists back up their experience with innovative products, solutions and a creative mindset. Most of all, we invite your to love your hair!

 

 

 

 

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Versacchi Studios

has been the recipient

of many news stories,

media and publications

for its unique innovation

to the beauty industry

and dedication to

 their clients

individual needs.

 

News, media, and publications include

 

Baltimore Magazine

Style Magazine

Baltimore Business Journal

Salon Today

ABC Channel 2 News

WBAL 11 News

WJZ-TV 13 News

WCBM Radio

WMAL Radio

Washington Business Journal

Washingtonian

Press

 

Love your hair.