Welcome to HairClub Louisville


The Louisville HairClub Center is conveniently located in the Triad East Building on Linn Station Road. Our accessible location makes it easy for you to receive your hair restoration treatments whenever it's most convenient for you. Our Louisville HairClub offers a unique TrichoView analysis that utilizes the most advanced technology to evaluate your hair and scalp, providing a holistic picture of your hair loss. Using that data, we provide unique solutions that restore your hair—and your confidence—no matter how severe your hair loss has become.

Services

Hair Regrowth

Our Louisville location offers a portfolio of in-salon and at-home regrowth solutions that are a non-surgical option and shown to regrow hair when used as directed.

Hair Replacement

Our Louisville location offers Replacement solutions that bring new hair to areas of the scalp with thinning or no hair. Replacement solutions are fast and include Xtrands, Xtrands+, Halos, and Extensions… you'll see results after your first styling session.

Hair Restoration

Our Louisville location offers hair restoration solutions including FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) hair transplants*, and our pioneering BioGraft®*, which combines proven transplantation and hair systems to give you a fuller-looking head of hair.

Our Manager

Our manager here at the Louisville HairClub is Kristen Redden. Kristen has been serving hair loss clients for 14 years. She began her HairClub career as the administrative assistant. From there, her passion for customer care and management grew. Kristen has worked her way up to the Louisville HairClub center manager to guide and develop her staff. Every day, she gets to help people suffering from hair loss find real solutions that work. She enjoys assisting others in loving their hair so they can live their lives with confidence and joy. When you come to the Louisville HairClub, Kristen and her team will work to ensure you have a great experience and leave with hair you love!

  • Louisville (284)
  • 10200 Linn Station Road Suite 300
  • LOUISVILLE, KY 40223
  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 11 - 7
  • Wednesday 11 - 7
  • Thursday 9 - 5
  • Friday 9 - 5
  • Saturday 8 - 4
Please contact your local center to confirm hours of operation
Hair Club Louisville building is located in a black glass 3 story building with Triad East in large silver letters on top. Enter the building by parking in the front or back and coming through either of the glass doors. The elevator is located in the main lobby on the back side of the open staircase. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. Take a left, going past the bathrooms to wing 3A. Enter the hallway through the wooden door. We are the 2nd door on the right. Enter through the glass doors marked HC Consultations.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Transit Authority of River City (TARC) 502-585-1234

Directions

From the North:
  • From I-71, exit onto the Watterson Expressway, I-264 heading south
  • From I-264 exit onto I-64 East heading towards Lexington
  • Stay on I-64 until you get to exit 15 (Hurstborne Lane)
  • Take Exit 15C: Hurstborne Lane North
  • This will loop you under the interstate. Stay in the far right lane
  • Go to the 2nd stoplight: this is Hurstborne Lane and Linn Station Road Intersection
  • There will be McDonalds on the left and an Arby's and PNC Bank on the right
  • At the intersection, make a right
  • Stay in the far right lane
  • The road will curve to the right just before another intersection. Make the curve to the right
  • There will be a Kroger shopping center on the right. From that point we are 3/4 of a mile down the road on the right in a 3-story black glass building named Triad East. The building will have a bright blue road sign
From the South:
  • Taking I-65 North Exit onto I-264 East (Watterson Expressway)
  • Take I-264 to I-64 East heading towards Lexington
  • Stay on I-64 until you get to exit 15 (Hurstborne Lane)
  • Take Exit 15C: Hurstborne Lane North
  • This will loop you under the interstate. Stay in the far right lane
  • Go to the 2nd stoplight: this is Hurstborne Lane and Linn Station Road Intersection.
  • There will be a McDonalds on the left and an Arby's and PNC Bank on the right
  • At the intersection, make a right
  • Stay in the far right lane
  • The road will curve to the right just before another intersection. Make the curve to the right
  • There will be a Kroger shopping center on the right. From that point we are 3/4 of a mile down the road on the right in a 3-story black glass building named Triad East. The building will have a bright blue road sign
From the East:
  • Taking I-64 West heading towards Louisville, exit on I-64 at Hurstborne Lane, Exit 15.
  • Take Exit 15C: Hurstborne Lane North
  • This will loop you under the interstate. Stay in the far right lane
  • Go to the 2nd stoplight: this is Hurstborne Lane and Linn Station Road Intersection.
  • There will be a McDonalds on the left and an Arby's and PNC Bank on the right
  • At the intersection, make a right
  • Stay in the far right lane
  • The road will curve to the right just before another intersection. Make the curve to the right
  • There will be a Kroger shopping center on the right. From that point we are 3/4 of a mile down the road on the right in a 3-story black glass building named Triad East. The building will have a bright blue road sign
From the West:
  • Taking I-64 East heading towards Lexington, exit I-64 at Hurstborne Lane, Exit 15
  • Take Exit 15C: Hurstborne Lane North
  • This will loop you under the interstate. Stay in the far right lane
  • Go to the 2nd stoplight: this is Hurstborne Lane and Linn Station Road Intersection.
  • There will be a McDonalds on the left and an Arby's and PNC Bank on the right
  • At the intersection, make a right
  • Stay in the far right lane
  • The road will curve to the right just before another intersection. Make the curve to the right
  • There will be a Kroger shopping center on the right. From that point we are 3/4 of a mile down the road on the right in a 3-story black glass building named Triad East. The building will have a bright blue road sign