Today, between the two locations, Salon Buzz has over 110 employees and serves well over 1,500 clients per week. Both salons are recognized for offering excellent hair designs derived from a range of wet to dry cutting techniques. Salon Buzz is nationally renowned for our signature color services where our trained professionals create beautiful customized color. In addition, Salon Buzz offers conditioning treatments, nail, makeup, waxing, and facial services.
Salon Buzz was founded on the principle that people will excel in an environment that allows their individual creativity to thrive.
Andreas Zafiriadis started his career in Athens nearly 30 years ago. Life brought him to Chicago in 1983. Soon after, he started practicing the craft of hairdressing. While the majority of his time has been spent in Chicago, Andreas has worked and trained throughout the country, as well as in Paris, London and Athens. He has been recognized by national and local publications as one of the top cutters in the country and received the exclusive Salon Global Business Award for his savvy entrepreneurial skills. He serves on the Board of Directors of the most prestigious organization in the beauty industry, Intercoiffure.
Andreas was recognized in 50 Hairstylists, a book by Rick Morton that explores the success secrets of 50 of the world’s top hairdressers, salon owners, and colorists.
“Chicago is my home; I opened Salon Buzz in Chicago to be able to bring the sophistication, superb client care and beautiful craftsmanship of the world’s capitals to our beautiful city.”
At Salon Buzz we are committed to high standards of excellence and continuous education to achieve a high quality of service and integrity for all.
“I have stayed true to my vision since the inception of Salon Buzz. We have evolved over time and we have become stronger. I want to create a salon atmosphere where employees can grow, prosper, be challenged, and enjoy a beautiful environment. I am committed to developing a team where everyone supports one another to become the best they can be. I want us to be known for doing ordinary things in an extraordinary way.”