Whether you are planning a wedding or big party or you are putting on a fashion or beauty-related event, the Blondies Glam Squad can be your Glam Squad for the night! We have handled everything from producing and styling a multi-designer, 40+ model extravaganza at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to an understated affair for Goldyn’s fashion show at The Four Seasons. We particularly excel offering hair, makeup and fashion styling for weddings and parties of all sizes. Sharing those once - in-a-lifetime moments with our clients is hard-to-beat! We love special projects and with the help of our in-house fashion stylist we are able to take an idea from concept to completion with our signature Blondie’s ease and aplomb!

We’d be happy to provide you with a quote for Glam Squad services after we have a chance to talk to you and learn more about your big event!

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Fashion Stylist and Makeover guru Anna Jensen is in-house as our “fashion fairy godmother”. She produces runway shows, styles glossy magazine shoots, preps pageant queens and is ready to help you with all your style quandaries! Whether you need help for a special event or you’re ready for a wardrobe detox and total fashion and beauty overhaul, Anna is your gal and will put together the perfect plan and the perfect team of Blondie’s specialists to help you reach your goal! Get on the list for her regular “Facebook Photo Shoots” our clients love to get updated and professional, yet hip and fun headshots!



One hour style consultation, referrals and consultations with appropriate Blondie's specialists for necessary services (hair, brows, skin, etc.) 3 hour personal shopping trip, list of personalized style directives and style inspiration board for future reference.



In-depth style consultation to discuss lifestyle and style goals. Personalized plan including fashion, haircut and color, brows, makeup looks, skincare and treatments, etc. as well as referrals and consultations with the best Blondie's specialists to carry that out. Follow-up appointment at your residence for closet assessment and cleanout, followed by 3 hours shopping and one hour styling outfits (excessive amounts of clothing or disorganization may result in additional costs!). 



Consultation, closet cleanout (excessive amounts of clothing or disorganization may result in additional costs!) directives on personal style and a shopping list of what to look for and purchase in the future.


GIRLY GIRL 101 $240

Consultation and personalized inspiration board for hair and makeup looks and ideas. Lessons on different ways to wear your hair and a full makeup lesson to teach you tips and tricks for different occasions, list of recommended products to purchase and a "makeup roadmap" to help you if you get stuck!


MAKEUP 101 $180

Makeup bag overhaul followed by a lesson in day and evening makeup tailored to your personal style, coloring and lifestyle. Personalized list of recommended products to purchase and a "makeup roadmap" to help you if you get stuck!


SPECIAL EVENT STYLING (Women's and Men's) $240

In-depth consultation to decide direction of your look, followed by shopping for the perfect outfit and accessories and making sure you know how to wear them. I will oversee a consultation for hair and make sure you are booked for appropriate appointments in preparation for event (hair, makeup, tanning, skincare, brows, etc.).



Consultation and creation of a fun, age-appropriate style inspiration board that covers fashion, hair and makeup. Discussion of skincare and grooming. Full makeup lesson and hairstyling help. Your teen will leave with a shopping list covering clothing ideas, makeup/cosmetic and hair recommendations and a "makeup roadmap" for future reference. Personalized custom packages and a la carte services available.



The story of Blondies The Beauty Shop is​ t​he story of a relationship and a dream​. Like most good relationships, Blondies has grown organically and gradually from with the passion ​​of it’s two owners ​Gina Martinez ​and Amy ​Lerch ​­both of whom you will likely see on the floor, doing hair, nearly every day we are open. What a lot of our customers don’t know is that this phenomenal ​friendship and collaboration began years ago when Gina hired Amy to be her assistant at another Cherry Creek North Salon. “I just assumed she’d want to work for me. I said ‘You can start tomorrow’! I think she was a little taken aback and that shop had really wild people, very eccentric, I felt like I had to watch over her a bit!” After awhile Gina decided it was time to move on. ​“I gave Amy a Rolodex. She looked at me funny and I said, ‘You’re going to start your own business’. We hired another assistant and Amy just hit the ground running.” The duo kept adding assistants and soon had a shop within a shop. They moved again and began to realize they were always revamping the shops they landed in so that they could do hair the way they wanted to, but it also was the ​chance to further refine their vision​. They knew training and education of staff would be paramount, as would being a hands­-on presence. In 2003 the call came about a salon space up for lease on 6th avenue and the first incarnation of Blondies the Beauty Shop was born. “We started with 5 or 6 people. Our highest priority was quality­ we wanted people to have great experience. Most of all we wanted our clients to feel like they had a home. They had moved with us all over the place! We wanted to make education a priority. I know the beauty business was coming into it’s own and people needed a lot of education to get great. I still take all the classes. I fly all over the country to learn. You’re ​always learning.​” says Gina.

In Gina’s mind her biggest influence as a mentor was the legendary Rita B., whose namesake salon Gina worked in multiple times over the course of 15 years. “She understood luxury, refined hair, refined clothing, refined products.” says Gina. More importantly, the lasting influence played out everyday at Blondies is the way Rita B. treated other women, both her clients and her “team” says Gina. “​She took me under her wing and sent me to things like personal growth classes. When I got pregnant I was an unwed mother and she let me live with her. She said ‘you’re gonna be fine’ and I learned so much about how to parent from her.”​ Anyone who knows Gina and Amy would say Rita B.’s legacy of how to be a great hairstylist, a great businesswoman, but most of all a great supporter and encourager of ALL women is most certainly now being passed on to future generations through the culture they have created at Blondies. Gina also worked with the nationally recognized stylist (and star of “Shear Genius”) Charlie Price. “ I watched him: his metamorphosis, and saw how he developed his own craft.” During that time period she also began to really notice the disparities between the sexes in any given profession. “It was so much easier for men to move forward in any business. Women tend to be tied to their family unit which makes it different. Harder. They can’t always go off on that editorial shoot or take an opportunity. It​ is really noticeable that men are often given more chance for advancement­ often chosen OVER women by fellow women! It really got to me and I wanted to change that.” Horst Rechelbacher, the founder of Aveda, and arguably the natural cosmetics movement, is another notable mentor of Gina’s. “He really influenced me in being conscious of using natural sources and microfunding­ supporting local communities­ all the stuff everyone is doing now­ he was also so talented. He could take the girl next door and make her look like a movie star but still keeping her looking like herself and that made such an impression on me­ but he ​really made me think about taking care of planet and taking care of our bodies​. ”Orlando Pita and Oribe were also big influences, “Oribe really brought luxury to the forefront and he is such a magnificent teacher.” Bringing in lines like Oribe and Kerastase were a huge coup for Blondies, “That took us to another level because they bring us a lot of amazing education. And just as importantly, their products allow us to do more intricate and elaborate processes without damaging the hair, so we can perform at a much higher level. Most ​of our clients don’t even realize the extra steps or special tricks we use­ they just walk out knowing their hair looks awesome​!” To watch Gina in action is to watch a maestro­ a maestro of making her clients look and feel like the most beautiful women in the world, a maestro of keeping this beehive of feminine ingenuity, collaboration and teamwork humming, a maestro in the way she realized, decades ago, how important it was to strive​ to be ego­less in an ego­-filled industry​: I said long ago to Amy, 'there are people who want to move forward, who have ambition there's gotta be a way we can run a very successful and lucrative business while we help these ladies to develop and grow themselves at the same time we do not know what that looks like right now, but if we keep that intention it will work itself out. I think you have to keep the ego at bay­ the ego will get you in trouble. Basically ​it’s about following spirit​. I can not be in the driver’s seat. I let go and let spirit show me and speak to me about being a teacher. Then I try to follow that. I​ used to think I was in charge of my life, but I’m simply a conduit. I just want to be a servant to helping people. I want the best for people­ I want them to spread their wings.”