About Us

Z Hair Salon was founded in August of 1996 by salon owners Glenn and Marilyn Binder. In 2002 their daughter Rachelle join the salon staff. The original salon located is Chalmette,LA in historical St.Bernd Parish, just 9 miles from downtown New Orleans.

However on August 29,2005 our original salon was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and needed much repair.
There was also massive destruction of homes in Chalmette because of the hurricane and because of the damage to many of the homes that involved our client base, the majority of our clients moved to the Northeast Region of New Orleans known as Slidell. So, Z Hair Salon relocated to Slidell, LA in November 2005.

Z Hair Salon in Slidell La. opened in November 2005 to meet the overwhelming client demand for our hair services and products.

Z Hair Salon in Chalmette reopened in September 2008 and we currently operate two locations now in the New Orleans Area.

About Our Salon Owners

  • Marilyn Binder
  • Salon owner and comsetologist Marilyn Binder brings 38 years of experience in the art of hair styling and to the science of hair coloring. Marilyn knew at the age of 14 that she was going to make cosmetology her life long career. She says ” I used to pratice hair styling on my friends and family before I went to cosmetology school and many of them are my still my clients today”.

    Marilyn continues on to say, “I like my career because I enjoy talking and helping people to look better. If hey look better, they feel better about themselves. Taking a client who is unhappy with their hair and seeing them leave happy is very rewarding for me”.

  • Glenn Binder
  • “Mostly known as Marliyn’s husband”, has been the silent owner over the years. He is the founder of the name, concept, and originator of Z Hair Salon and the web site zhair.com. Although not a hair stylist, Glenn’s role as part owner of Z Hair Salon has been the design of the Z Hair Salon website, salon product inventory, retail sales, and accounting for 16 years. In May 2011, Glenn decided to relinquished his daily role in Z Hair Salon management to pursue other charitable interests and work another vocation of hospitality in New Orleans. He still manages the salons website and its content and monthly accounting.

    While his role in Z Hair management is limited, in September 2011, he decided to drive professsionally again as a professional chauffeur in New Orleans a profession he very familiar with. Glenn says “this vocation gives me freedom at the same time to pursue my dream of helping the salon to focus on several charitable causes”. In which it does.

    In unity with our clients, the salon has united together to support two charitable organizations: Children’s Hopechest and the Good Samaritian School in Jasola, India.

  • Since 2009, Glenn has been able to travel with Children’s Hopechest to Uganda twice (2009)(2012) and also to India 2010) with them. He has also traveled the last 5 summers to India to volunteer at the Good Samaritan Schools in Jasola, India to work with the staff and students at the Good Samaritian School in Jasola, India. 2010 2012 2012,2013, and 2014
  • Our biggest accomplishment of support occurred in September 2014 when Marilyn and Glenn entered into a college sponsorship scholarship agreement with Friends of the Good Samaritan U.S. to provide a three year scholarship to Good Samaritan Graduate Samrun Parveen.
  • Samrun Parveen is now attending Amrapali Institute of Hotel Management in Haldwani, India. Samrun is the first student to receive our three scholarship. Samrun is entering her second semester and is currently excelling in her studies at Amrapali. Tuition is for year of college studies is only $1000.00 US.
  • Our goal for the 2015-2015 is add another scholarship. The student we have chosen to receive our next scholarship is Indrani Roy.
  • Marilyn and I know these students personally and their families too. These young women really need financial support for their higher education. India is a country where women need a chance to become independent and not a statistic of poverty or to be abused by men in sex trafficking or prostitution. Education is their chance for freedom.
  • Comments (2)

    • Nice Day

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      This website is amazing. I will tell about it to my friends and anybody that could be interested in this subject. Great work guys!

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      • admin

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        Hi,

        Our original website design was a theme from Themeforest.
        After you choose your theme content its then your website to personalize.
        I learned to use WordPress and redesigned the pages.
        My next added product page for july will be the itworks product line.
        you can view this line at. glennbinder.myitworks.com.
        by using there wraps, greens, fat burners, and with personal exercise.
        Follow my progress. Call if your interested in the products.

        Glenn

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