The salon’s name is pronounced shin-eh, a Gaelic phrase meaning “that’s it.” Potential interpretations and applications of this phrase are as varied as the services offered within Sin É’s hallowed halls. Let the trained and talented hands of a stylist dissect and rearrange tangled follicles, determining where to snip, where to snap, and where to apply streams of vibrant color. Women’s haircuts cost $70, and similar services for the closer-cropped gentleman are $50. A blow dry and style runs between $45 and $55, depending on length, thickness, and whether your hair is the source of your power. Revivify dull, ennui-riddled locks with a single-color process ($70) or partial highlights ($110). Or, treat rough patches to a mane-soothing treatment with products from Redken or Pureology ($25).