Juut Salonspa

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In 1977, David Wagner, owner and Daymaker at Juut Salonspas, attended the Horst Education Center to begin his career as a hairstylist. It was then that his long relationship with Horst Rechelbacher, the founder of Horst & Friends Salons and the Aveda Corporation, began. After graduation from beauty school, David began working as Horst’s assistant and followed by an upward move through many roles including stylist, salon manager and vice-president of the organization. In 1986, David left to start his own salon in Uptown Minneapolis, which he called Salon Salon. By 1989, David and Horst merged their two companies to become Horst Salons, Inc. In 1991, David bought Horst out of the partnership and ran the salons as Horst Salons. Come 1998, he bought the Yosh Salon in Palo Alto, California from famed stylist Yosh Taya. The group of salons changed names from Horst in Minnesota and Yosh in California to Juut Salonspa in 1999. The name Juut was chosen as it literally means “to uplift humanity and serve others.”

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