Hair & Styling in Bellingham

Select Local Merchants

Eva, which uses and sells environmentally friendly Aveda products, caters to hair and skin with an array of rejuvenating services. All hair services, which include a number of coloring options and a women's cut and style ($43), come with an aromatherapy scalp massage to relax the senses and drain collected cranial-stress juices. With many waxing options available, clients can touch up fingers and toes ($10) or prepare for the beach or a scantily clad spelling bee with a Brazilian ($75). The tourmaline radiance facial, a 90-minute holistic microdermabrasion session, utilizes the tourmaline mineral to smooth out fine lines and beautify complexions ($80). Eva's palette of spring colors, as well as a prismatic mosaic of earthy and bright tones, enhances the atmosphere with warmth and style.

1201 Cornwall Ave
Bellingham,
WA
US

Dedicated to training the next generation of stylists and aestheticians to be confident visionaries, Legends Academy educates students with a hands-on curriculum focused on developing cosmetological know-how in arenas ranging from hairdressing to makeup application. In order to complete their training, pupils fine-tune their skills in the school salon, where they perform services including perms, cap highlights, and elegant updos. The salon?s commitment to quality extends to the products they use during each appointment, including brands such as Schwarzkopf, CHI, and L?Or?al. Aside from hairstyling, guests can find a host of waxing and threading treatments to whisk away unwanted fuzz, as well as lavish mani-pedis to rejuvenate hands and feet weary from crab-walking to work.

32700 George Ferguson Way
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

When Melody Leskun opened Redemption Salon, she assembled a team of stylists with schools such as Kosmetae Academy, John Casablancas, and Vidal Sassoon on their resumes. By surrounding herself with skilled veterans, Melody freed up her schedule to have more time to find each client find their ideal look. Her stylists mold manes with products by American Crew, Redken, and KMS California when they aren't performing brow shaping and applying gel nails that liquefy upon contact with a chalkboard.

32770 George Ferguson Way
Abbotsford,
British Columbia
CA

Melissa Dunlop trained with Redken and Pureology before opening her own salon—Mel's Hair Zone. As a seasoned colorist, she transforms dark browns into platinum blondes and vice-versa, and can also paint tresses with peekaboo highlights and bold Chromashine colors, such as hot fuchsia and rich blue. An array of products by American Crew and Morrocanoil help her sculpt and nourish strands, ensuring each cut is as healthy as it is chic.

5-33286 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

The skilled tress technicians at Chatters Salon infuse newfound vitality into insipid locks with an array of salon treatments, including a single-process salon colouring using Redken colour. A cup of precolouring coffee or tea keeps pigment-awaiting patrons hydrated in the waiting area as head gardens excitedly prepare to live out their chameleonic dreams. To begin the treatment, a talented shade switcher modifies the colour composition of hair with artful ease. Once hair has been cloaked in rich colour, a shampoo and conditioning treatment expunges lingering tint from strands while an accompanying scalp massage twists stressed-out thought bubbles into pleasing balloon animals. For a coif-pampering finale, a blow-dry whisks away residual moisture, leaving newly toned strands shiny and swinging. As an added bonus, salon-goers receive a full-size salon product with their colouring service.

32900 S Fraser Way
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

A bakery outlet for Canada Bread Company Limited, McGavin's offers rows of loaves at wholesale prices. Fill bare cupboards or secret floorboard compartments with discount bread facing a dwindling shelf life, surplus bread from overzealous production lines, and fresh bread from local bakeries. McGavin's white or 100 per cent whole-wheat loaves (five loaves for $10.49) prove eminently slatherable. Other yeasty feasts include Dempster's Bagel six packs (three packs for $8.99), english muffin six packs (three packages for $6.99), and tortillas (three packages for $8.25). The popular discount special section, meanwhile, invites gluten gourmands to mix and match an ever-changing cast of short-dated dough bookends: every product, regardless of size, grain, or resemblance to Winston Churchill costs $1.39, and shoppers can mix and match an assortment of ten loaves for $12. Discount selections change daily and vary by location.

33643 Marshall Rd
Abbotsford,
BC
CA