Knoxville’s Hair Specialist for 30+ years

R&Co. Salon (aka. Ross the Boss and Company) takes pride in our people. We have American Board Certified Hair colorists, Keune Artisans, and Redken Certified professionals and we offer continuing education to all our stylists on a frequent basis. We have confidence in our people and know that you can too.


Women’s Type Style Cut $32 and Up
Bangs (ages 6 and Up) $14 and Up
Roller Set or Shampoo / Blowdry $25.00 and Up
Men’sType Style Cut $23.00 and Up
Bald is Beautiful $15 and Up
Beard Trim All Levels $8.00
Beard Trim with Cut All Levels $6.00
Girl’s Type Style Cut (ages 12 and Under) $25.00 and Up
Boy’s Type Style Cut (12 and Under) $18 and Up



Base Color $49 and Up
Highlights / Foil: Whole Head $75 and Up
Highlights / Foil: Top/Crown/Sides $65 and Up
Highlights / Foil: Top/Sides $55 and Up
Highlights / Foil: Top/Bang $45 and Up
Specialty Color/ Ombra: $100 and Up
Men’s Color: $20 and Up

Perms & Relaxers

Perms $86 and Up
Spiral Perms $110 and Up
Keratin Straightener:
Blow-out Express: $110 without cut
Smoothing Treatment $326 with cut & Keratin Shampoo &
Conditioner take home products


Waxing & Hair Removal

Eyes $14.00
Lip $12.00
Chin $14.00
Eyes and Lips $19
Chin and Lip $19
Eyes, Lip and Chin $25



Conditioning Treatment $20

Nail Treatments

Gel Manicure – $33.00
Spa Essentials Manicure/Pedicure – $81.00
Nutrient Manicure – $23.00
Sports Manicure – $23.00
Ultimate Spa Manicure – $38.00
Nutrient Pedicure – $44.00
Sports Pedicure – $44.00
Ultimate Spa Pedicure – $54.00
Polish Change
Hands – $12.00
Feet – $22.00
Nail Art  – $2.50 per nail w/ Mani or Pedi

Before & After

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R&Co. was started…

RosstheBossSuitClose…when Ross was transferred to Memphis to develop the Southeast region for his employer, a tennis shoe company. It was great money but too much travel. In fact, he got his hair cut at the barbershop in front of his townhouse because it was close and fast. One day he walked in and the owner, Sarge, was busy, so he let the new guy cut his hair. The cut wasn’t that much better, but the attitude was. “I really enjoyed visiting with him. He was fun,” Ross said. A couple of visits later, that friendly barber announced that he had bought the business and was changing the name to Fantastic Sam’s. Ross watched as the business skyrocketed. So when he was approached by Sam, his barber, to purchase two franchise salons in the Knoxville area that had gone bankrupt, he agreed. As part of the franchise agreement the stylists had nicknames, so Ross took one too. He became Ross the Boss and used the name to promote awareness of the new management. When the franchisor decided to become a “budget” operation, Ross bought his way out of the franchise agreement and dropped the stylists’ nicknames. But he got stuck with his own nickname because he felt it only made sense to keep a name people knew; thus “Ross the Boss and Co.” became the salon name and was soon to become a registered trademark. Most agree that Ross the Boss and Co. does not sound like a typical salon name; however, the name and his rhyming ads quickly earned him plenty of giggles, but also recognition and clients. People remembered the name, some enjoyed the ads, and they liked the staff and skills they found at Ross the Boss. The number of stores has grown to 12. Plus the size of the salons has increased from 1,200 square feet to 2,400 or more.


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