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  • Salon Belle de Soir
    Inside Salon Belle de Soir, which resides a hair tie's throw from the shopping hub of Fillmore and Union streets, stylists revamp tresses with premium products designed by celebrity stylist Oribe, who has visited the salon to teach a styling class. The salon's moniker means ?beauty of the evening,? which suits its romantic style replete with Parisian-inspired portraits, a chandelier, zebra-striped upholstery, and fur rugs that duplicate the thickness of Fabio's five o'clock shadow. During an interview with the San Francisco Examiner, owner Tracy Stanwick described her styling philosophy as "putting movement back into hair," emphasizing that her staff teaches clients how to properly replicate the styles they receive in the salon. The stylists prioritize hair's health as much as its style with restorative procedures such as Ionic Rescue Pro treatments and Brazilian blowouts. Salon Belle de Soir also offers free consultations, which allow staffers to recommend dubious horse-racing tips as well as face-flattering dos and colors.
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    2208 Filbert St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Lisa's Beauty Salon
    From their cozy hair haven in Noe Valley, the stylists of Lisa's Beauty Salon welcome men and women of all ages into a bright space warmed with natural light and rich yellow walls. As clients perch in cushioned salon chairs, the team updates manes with expertly shaped cuts and a spectrum of hues furnished by Goldwell. Using formaldehyde-free Keratin Complex products, they smooth the texture of clients' tresses for three to five months, ensuring curl-calming results more durable than singing coifs nightly lullabies. In addition to its styling services, Lisa's Beauty Salon treats clients to an array of facials that use organic, paraben-free beauty products. An aesthetician analyzes skin prior to administering a classic european facial, an eye contouring treatment, or a resurfacing peeling session. Alternately, one-hour reflexology sessions are known for stimulating and balancing select nerves in the body while reducing stress.
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    1448 Church St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Minxy Boutique
    Adornments from another era populate Minxy Boutique's modern storefront, recently named to 7x7's Best of San Francisco 2011 list, including one-of-a-kind dresses, jackets, shoes, and jewelry. Couture conjurers gently cleanse each item with environmentally safe detergent before altering the hem, if necessary. An eclectic selection of dresses ($20?$55) welcomes warmer weather, including a draped multipatterned halter dress and a vibrant floral mini dress, which incites whispers of gossip between chatty flowerbeds. Lavish legs in luxurious decades with a variety of pants ($20?$40), such as a pair of baby-blue pleated trousers. Rugged boots and elegant heels ($15?$120) complete vintage ensembles, and Minxy's jewelry ($17?$40) expertly accessorizes outfits. Vintage devotees should check the boutique's blog for the latest additions, as new items arrive weekly via the tear in the space-time continuum that's located in the store's broom closet.
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    3043 24th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Lu Lu Salon & Skin Care
    Lu Lu Salon & Skin Care's owner, Wes Rafat, relies on the knowledge he gleaned through his time studying at Vidal Sassoon in London. Using Éminence Organic Skin Care products—made from handpicked, natural ingredients—he smooths and nurtures epidermises, slough away depleted cells, and cleanse pores during specialty or custom facials. He wrangles manes into shapely coiffures or fetching ’dos, and adds eye-catching highlights or performs keratin or Japanese hair-straightening treatments to battle frizz brought on by head banging in a lightning storm. Additional services include relaxing massages, hypoallergenic sunless tans, makeup lessons, and eyelash extensions.
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    2360 Van Ness Ave.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Matthew G At Salon DNA
    From a look at his resume, one might think Matthew G moved to the Bay Area from Los Angeles because he was being mobbed by celebrities. During his 15-year tenure at The John Frieda Salon in L.A., he kept busy with the hair needs of big names including Britney Spears, David Hasselhoff, Roseanne Barr, and Teri Hatcher. (Before that, he put in time at renowned salons including Alexander du Paris in Paris and Prive Salon in New York.) Now, as a stylist and colorist at Salon DNA, he specializes in making ordinary heads red-carpet-ready with on-trend treatments including hand-painted balayage color and Brazilian keratin smoothing. The salon's large windows bring in ample sunlight, which glistens off hardwood floors and white furnishings to nourish palms and orchids.
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    555 Sutter St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Blow
    In Focus: Blow Established: 2005 Neighborhood: Financial District The owner: Sanam Bayani, who has amassed a team of styling and coloring experts Services available: men’s and women’s haircuts, Brazilian blowouts, makeup applications, and sew-in hair extensions Why nobody will bat an eye if you show up in a ball gown: The stylists create updos for wedding parties. Best bet if you want shorter bangs: Blow charges for trims by the inch.
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    224 Kearny St
    San Francisco, CA US

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