We use the symbol of the Fleur de lis as our emblem in the salon for many reasons listed:
As a religious symbol it represents the Trinity, or be an iconographic attribute of the archangel
Gabriel, notably in representations of the Annunciation and is associated with the Virgin Mary.
Fleur-de-lis is literally translated from French as "lily flower" or, "the flower of life".
Clovis I in 493. The story takes various forms, many of which relate to Clovis' conversion, and
support the claim of the anointed Kings of France that their authority came directly from God.
Another variation says a lily appeared at Clovis' baptismal ceremony as a gift of blessing from an
apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
A story also has Clovis putting a flower in his helmet just before his victory at the Battle of
Vouillé, leading him to choose the fleur-de-lis as a royal symbol. The fleur-de-lis has been taken
in retrospect to symbolize all the Christian Frankish kings, most famously "Charlemagne". In the
reign of King Louis IX (St. Louis) the three petals of the flower were said to represent faith,
wisdom and chivalry, and to be a sign of divine favour.
fleurs-de-lis have also been used for some papal crowns.
It is also the emblem of the Italian Province of Florence which is Lorina's favorite city.
We strive to give each client the PERFECTION of hair that they desire. We can bring LIGHT and LIFE back
into the hair.