Lali Lali Salon customers book appointments online to nab an afternoon, evening, or Saturday visit to revivify strands at their convenience. As they arrive, sunlight careens into the long, spacious salon, which is punctuated with colossal, playful, overgrown bouquets. The lush bursts of chlorophyll spray up from the floor, fan out from the walls, and hang from the ceilings, contrasting with modern black furniture cushioned with flower smells. Massive windowpanes paint crosshatched silhouettes on a vintage green chaise lounge and mock bearskin rug. Fittingly for such a carefully designed space, Lali Lali doubles as a gallery, with a focus on photography that captures New York's bustling fashion scene.
Lauded by Time Out New York for giving the "top blowouts in NYC," HauteAir describes itself as "a boutique blow dry bar" that specializes in styling. Their services include blowouts, updos, conditioning masques, and makeup artistry, in addition to haircuts. No matter what service they choose, individuals and groups will get top-notch care and attention inside the beauty hub's white and sun-filled interior.
Clad in white and gray and accented by contemporary furniture and teal pillows, BDry Blow Dry Bar's atmosphere is sleek and sophisticated. And so are the looks it produces. Clients are greeted by a staff of elite stylists that works to craft photo shoot-ready styles. They follow the French method, which takes into account each client?s facial proportions, cranial structure, and lifestyle before styling their hair. This results in a soft, natural movement, thanks in part to Moroccanoil and Unite products. Stylists help clients customize their appearance by guiding them through an iPad menu of nine signature blowout styles and five makeup looks.
The bright-white, naturally lit interior of Eiji Kiyora Salon provides a tranquil backdrop for spa services designed to revitalize body and soul. Driven by the theory that peace within leads to a beautiful exterior, beauty experts outfit the salon with fresh flowers, administer complimentary head massages, and station bottles of Nano Amino, Sachajuan, and Prejume products far enough away to keep them from elbowing one another.
When Jeniette Melamed founded Jeniette New York Day Spa in 1982, shortly after moving to the US, she probably didn't expect that one day celebrities like Julianne Moore would stop in. But thanks to Janiette's cosmopolitan style sensibilities and a carefully chosen staff known for their technical skill, style savvy, and personal attention, she began to attract a large international clientele. More than 30 years later, Jeniette's spa still draws a loyal following, including celeb visits from Uma Thurman, Mandy Moore, and Ashley Olsen.
In addition to its notable visitors, Jeniette's reputation as a full-service salon and spa including hair services, massage, threading, and facial treatments has earned the business mentions in numerous publications. These include Elle, Allure, and The Best of New York, which encouraged readers to settle in for a luxurious spa package that includes a massage, mud mask, hair conditioning, and a mani-pedi.