Barber Shop in Salt Lake City


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  • Got Beauty
    InStyle, People magazine, and Salt Lake magazine?s Best of the Beehive 2010 have lauded the nearly endless collection of girlie products, gifts, and accessories pouring from Got Beauty's boutique salon, petite day spa, and Sugarhouse Shop. Owner Tammy Taylor wants her guests to feel like a kid wandering through a candy store. But instead of cotton candy and gumdrops, she and her team shower clients with beauty treatments, from the full-service Bumble and bumble salon's coloring and hair-extension treatments to the intimate day spa's anti-aging facials and shellac mani-pedis. Amid the facility's boutique shop, an aisle of accessories hand-picked by the owner include Butter nail polishes, Hobo wallets, aromatic Voluspa candles, and books on how to study the Enlightenment without succumbing to its wig-centered hair culture.
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    900 E 2100 S
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Mid City Salon
    Expansive, sunny windows illuminate the deep-red walls framing Mid City Salon’s elegant space, where trained aestheticians groom keratin-based parts with a range of treatments. Stylists revamp hair with trimming and chemical services that alter color and texture without attempting high-risk crayon implantation. Manicurists, meanwhile, outfit natural and acrylic nails in decorative swipes of polish, creating long-lasting style with CND Shellac applications or trendy designs such as cheetah print and flowers. Aestheticians can also rework façades with a quick brow and lip wax or a flawless makeup application. For offsite pampering, stylists arrive at homes during salon birthday parties to give girls aged 3 and older a chic updo, a smattering of glitter makeup, and polished nails that make them feel like adults without memorizing tax-return terminology.
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    46 W Broadway, Ste 301
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Studio H20 Salon
    Within the commercial bustle of the Fashion Place Mall, Studio H20 Salon's professional stylists focus on communication, taking the time for consultations with each client before styling a single strand. The clean lines and metallic accents of the salon's industrial-chic interior parallels the modern styles that depart daily on the heads of their many customers. Additionally, hair is treated to services such as dimensional coloring (Studio H20's specialty) and top-notch salon products by such brands as Bumble and bumble and K?rastase. Hair artistry is supplemented by other beauty services, such as manicures dolled out by staff at nearby nail stations and compliments from talking mirrors.
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    167 S Rio Grande St
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Landis Lifestyle Salon
    Like all Aveda salons, Landis Aveda Lifestyle Salon helps polish clients' styles with earth-friendly, naturally derived products. After opening a location in Salt Lake City in 2005, the salon has since sprouted a twin location and focused on developing serious talent. Their stylists spend 18 months in training, working their way up from apprentice to Grand Salon level, gaining experience, training, and the ability to gently comb a hibernating bear’s hair without waking it.
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    569 N 300 W
    Salt Lake City, UT CA
  • Salon Kai
    Armed with potent skincare products from such brands as Exuviance and Hempz Body Care, Melia Joy brings a youthful glow to clients of all skin types and aesthetic aspirations. Her salon treats bodies from head to toe with classic services such as peels and facials in addition to specialized care for male clients, brides-to-be, and brides-to-wear-open-toed-shoes-to-the-wedding.
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    2150 S 1300 E
    Salt Lake City, UT US
  • Moore Hair Design
    Moore Hair Design's staff of savvy stylists keep their brains stuffed with up-to-date haircare trends, providing a variety of follicle fashioning and coloring services fit for the modern head and the hair attached to it. Cuts for women ($35–$50), men ($20–$32), and kids ($15–$25) include a sudsy shampoo and a blow-dry, and brides to be can pop into the shop for a formal styling ($70–$90). Wielding Infiniti by Affinage, an Italian hair-coloring product, Moore's team performs custom coloring procedures, from a partial foil ($75–$90) to a single-process color ($65–80 for women, $40–$65 for men). The Moroccanoil blowout ($28) straightens out uncooperative scalp squatters, which have been known to suddenly grow in every direction at once if not given a proper styling.
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    2497 E Fort Union Blvd
    Salt Lake City, UT US