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Berry loves to make her clients feel beautiful. A licensed stylist at Drake's Place, she works with textured, relaxed, and natural hair, offering everything from braids and locs to relaxers, twists, and sew-in weaves. Known for her friendly personality and intricately detailed braids and locs, she makes sure her clients are as happy in the styling chair as they are when they walk out the door.
3737 Branch Avenue
Temple Hills,
MD
US
Be forewarned: Simply Bliss Salon is not your average frou-frou, super-chic upper Northwest haircut and style salon. Located on the lower floor of a massive apartment building, some who enter might be put off by the initial aesthetics of the place, which nearly-bare walls and simple floors. But just as beauty is more than skin deep, don’t let first impressions fool you; customers who stay for a service tend to walk out the door feeling quite lovely. Cuts and color are specialties here, offered at discounted prices when compared to many of the high-end spaces that exist around the city. Stylists work primarily with organic coloring products that maintain the natural moisture and protein balance of the hair, and Brazilian keratin treatments are also available, as are waxing services.
4000 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US
As you might expect from a place called Salon Rouge, this place has red walls and crimson fixtures. But Salon Rouge does not discriminate, whether your hair is red, blonde, brown or gray, Salon Rouge stylists will take you on. In fact, the Dupont salon is well-known for its talents in color correction. Men, women and children are welcome here and the place has a very family-friendly, down-to-earth vibe. In addition to cuts and color, Salon Rouge waxes everything from eyebrows to hairy backs, and offers skin care services ranging from facials to microdermabrasion, proving that no matter color your hair is, Salon Rouge will have you coming out feeling fabulous.
1636 17th St NW
Washington,
DC
US
Threading is a method of hair removal that's been practiced for thousands of years in the Middle East and India. Instead of whipping away all of your extraneous face plumage in one waxy swoop, threading uses simple cotton thread to wick hairs away one by one for a precisely arched, beautifully smooth brow line. Although experiences vary, many individuals find threading far less painful than the whip of wax or the tingling zap of antimatter lasers.
3711 Macomb Street Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
Owner of A New Image by ACIA, Acia is something of a Renaissance woman. Not only has she earner herself cosmetology and instructor certifications from The Bennet Career Institute, she went on to earn a Bachelors from the National Institute of Cosmetology. Those degrees nuzzle up against a veritable bushel of other achievements, including a certification as a Pravana color specialist, and boatloads of Paul Mitchell, Clairol, and Farouk classes. But certifications are only as good as the paper they're printed on unless you put them to work. Inside her salon, Acia specializes in keratin treatments, color services, and weaves, choosing techniques that draw out a clients' new style. When not in a salon, she wields shears and buzzers competing for awards and lending her services to outfits like the C. Alan Morning Show. Business Basics Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Handicap Accessible: Yes Staff Size: 2?10 people Parking: Parking lot Most popular service: Color & Cuts Brands Used: Chi, Pravana, & Paul Mitchell
705 Florida Avenue Northwest
Washington,
DC
US
They jokingly call George at the Four Seasons the safest salon in DC, given the hotel’s high-level security clearances (yes, kings, presidents and rock stars have slept there). This high-priced Washington salon – now located near the Four Seasons – also caters to the city’s elite, offering up gentle hair treatments, more substantial snips and everything in between. It’s hardly surprising to see two Capitol Hill frenemies sitting side by side with foils in their hair at this bright, wood-floored space, and as you might expect from an expensive salon that caters to Washington’s famous heads, the service is impeccable. Aside from hair, the salon also does manicures and pedicures in a private area separated from the hair hubbub below.
2828 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington,
DC
US
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