Salons in Birmingham


Select Local Merchants

  • Barber Pole
    The Barber Pole cuts the fluff by offering local men traditional barber services in a quintessential barbershop atmosphere. Much like its bitter enemy, baldness, the shop is hereditary, passing through the owning family for three generations. Its men's cuts ($18) craft a combination technique of clippers and scissors-over-comb, approaching cowlicks and mane planes with equal dexterity. The site blabs its tuft-tamers' hours online, making it easy for regulars and unoccupied paparazzi to know when they are on duty.
    Read More
    164 S Old Woodward Ave
    Birmingham, MI US
  • 6 Salon / Birmingham
    Touting an awe-inspiring allotment of awards and recognitions by popular publications, 6 Salon offers a wide range of image-garnishing services. Start your day of beauty with a contemporary haircut ($50+) and permanent hair color ($50+) guaranteed to leave even the frizziest follicular garden well tended and gopher-free. Pull a fast one on the sun with a full-body airbrush tan ($30), and feign eternal innocence with a precise eyebrow shaping ($28). Or, tame ragged cuticles by combining a spa pedicure ($50) and french manicure ($25), which can be enjoyed by digits of any nationality or level of Jerry Lewis appreciation. Regardless of the services rendered, 6 Salon's cutting-edge styling staff is on hand to gently mold your protoplasmic gifts into the height of hair and husk couture.
    Read More
    172 West Maple Road
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Makeup Mavens On Location
    For more than 25 years, makeup artist Carolina has enhanced the appearances and advanced the careers of models and film actors. As the head of Makeup Mavens On Location, she carries over her expertise to perform professional makeup and skincare services for all kinds of clients. Carolina and her staff of beauty enhancers provide services—from waxing to kinetic dermabrasion—from their space inside Bardha Salon, and can also travel to their clients for onsite events such as weddings or interviews with the dean of admissions at clown college. Following a consultation, Carolina or one of her aestheticians matches each client with ideal treatments, which include facials and peels, airbrushing, and traditional makeup application. Makeup artists typically apply Pizazz! Mineral Cosmetics, a cosmetics line designed for all skin types that uses hypoallergenic formulas enhanced with vitamins and peptides, and is always made free of dyes, wax, oil, and kindergarten finger paint.
    Read More
    911 Haynes St.
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Ecology
    An opulent glass chandelier hovers above Ecology's modern white space, where artfully arranged cube shelves display natural cosmetic and skincare lines. At spotless makeup stations, cosmetologists draw from palettes of paraben-free NVEY ECO and Pure SKN products to glamorize their clients' faces. Their level of cosmetic artistry is evidenced by a loyal client base, including anchorwomen from Fox 2 News, whose features need to be flawless while being filmed at the station or reporting from the trenches of a squirt-gun war. Alongside the facial festoonery, jewelry trees and scarf racks flaunt tasteful accessories that add flair to the rest of visitors' appearances.
    Read More
    239 S Old Woodward Ave
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Angie Carr at Priss Studio
    Angie Carr's earliest memories of styling are from grade school, when she played with her classmates' hair, and in high school, where she perfected friends' makeup. She has since perfected her technique, combining years of self-taught experience with professional training from celebrity makeup artists including Debra Macki and Sharon Gault. As a professional makeup artist and Paul Mitchell–trained stylist herself, Angie refreshes clients' looks at Priss Studio by designing eye-catching hairstyles with cuts, highlights, and blow-dry styles.
    Read More
    2225 Cole St.
    Birmingham, MI US
  • Priss Cosmetics
    Makeup artist Jon Lieckfelt has devoted years of his life to the cosmetic industry, applying makeup to well-known celebrities and other women alike. After working for a number of salons, Jon decided to use his extensive knowledge to open his own makeup studio: Priss. At first, Jon was content to stay comfortably within the boundaries of the cosmetics industry. But eventually he decided to branch out, adding hairstyling, waxing, and eyelash and eyebrow tinting to the studio’s repertoire. Today, Priss is a one-stop beauty shop where clients can get their hair cut and styled with Davines products, have their eyebrows shaped, and get their makeup done all in one appointment.
    Read More
    2225 Cole St
    Birmingham, MI US

Groupon Guide

Advertisement