Salon experience merges with bar culture at Riverwest studio
Posted: May 6, 2018 7:58 AM CDT
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Chris and Kim Wilder’s mission as business owners isn’t just to innovate; it’s also to serve the community. The husband and wife owners of KRS Hair & Wax in Milwaukee’s Riverwest neighborhood boast one of the only full service bars in a salon in Wisconsin. But the pair also makes sure to offer their services to those who might need it most, inside an area group home and a local senior center.
Amanda Porterfield paid their salon a recent visit.