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Timeless Wigs moving to new location

Timeless Wigs and Marvelous Things, a wig boutique in historic downtown Salisbury, is relocating to a new downtown location as the store celebrates its one year anniversary.

Co-owned by mother and daughter Marva and Dileika Wilson, Timeless Wigs specializes in the sale and care of high quality human and synthetic wigs and hair pieces using a consultative and educational approach.

They also sell hats, custom jewelry and other accessories. Walk-ins are welcome and appointments are available. Timeless Wigs offers discounts to seniors, active duty military and veterans and current and future cancer survivors.

Timeless will close the doors at its current location at 100 S. Main St. at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 21 and will open the doors to the new location at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, April 26. The new location features a private area for those who desire privacy, and a services area dedicated to the customization of wigs and hair pieces by experienced, licensed stylists.

During its anniversary month, Timeless Wigs will hold a wig drive accepting gently used wigs which will be cleaned, serviced and donated to various organizations within Rowan County. Any customer who donates a gently used wig during the month of April will receive a 15 percent discount on their regular priced purchases the day of donation.

There will be a LuLaRoe pop-up shop hosted on Saturday, April 29. Please contact Dileika Wilson at 704.633.0169 for further information.

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