Welcome to Salon Ciba Belltown
Belltown is Seattle’s trendy neighborhood near the downtown waterfront, just north of the Pike Place Market. Formerly a semi- industrial arts district, in recent decades it has transformed into a neighborhood of trendy restaurants, boutiques, nightclubs and residential towers as well as warehouses and art galleries. The area is named after William Nathaniel Bell, on whose land claim the neighborhood was built.
Enjoy Seattle’s Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal along Seattle’s downtown waterfront. From Bell Street it is an easy walk to the famous Pike Place Market and Seattle Aquarium. The iconic Space Needle is also nearby.
You’ll easily find Salon Ciba Belltown on the corner of 1st Avenue & Bell Street with lots of convenient street parking ($2/hr.) adjacent to the salon.
Our professional staff regularly serves business professionals who work downtown and those who like to come down to the waterfront area for a full-service salon treatment. Join us!
Origin of Salon Ciba
Salon Ciba took its name in part from the sound-alike nickname of a famed early woman entrepreneur, Biba, Barbara Hulanicki who in the 1960’s had a career parallel to supermodel Twiggy of Yardley products in London. Biba was an early woman-owned business with a world-renown line of progressive clothing and cosmetics. Cindy Bailey Jarvis and her mother, Judy, founded Salon Ciba in 1988. Ciba (Cindy’s maiden initials and nickname) ryhmes with Biba, and Cindy, who admired Biba’s positive energy, creativity and risk-taking while Cindy studied at Vidal Sasson-London in 1979, named her business Salon Ciba. No really!