Sunlight filters in through Scandalous Hair Studio & Spa’s two walls of windows, illuminating the intimate boutique so that it stands out amid the other neighborhood stores. Perched on the corner, the all-purpose salon and spa greets visitors with an exposed brick wall that gives way to a row of styling stations where stylists pace around salon chairs as they plan out customized haircuts and color treatments.
Just a few yards away but a world removed from the lively bustle of the salon floor, aestheticians stationed in private treatment rooms cultivate glowing complexions with Wilma Schumann skincare products. Among the most popular spa services, aromatherapy massages melt away stress, and European facials fight signs of aging, acne, and embarrassing face-plant dives off the Eiffel Tower.
Haircutter in the Meadow's team of talented stylists creates lustrous, sleek locks with both Japanese and Brazilian straightening techniques and high-quality salon blowouts. Clients recline in cushioned salon chairs for sudsy shampooing, which rids tresses of dirt, oil, and vestigial gum from the third grade. Warm gusts from overhead blow dryers sop up lingering moisture and shuffle frizzy strands into sleeker repose, crafting glossy, modern styles from short, midlength, and long hair. The intimate salon brims with sconce lighting and exudes modernity with a burgundy accent wall set amid crisp, white tiles.
Toni&Guy's path to international prominence began more than 40 years ago, when CEO Bruno Mascolo and his brothers opened their first hair salon in Clapham, England. Today, their partnership of salons and hairdressing academies stands as an innovative, intercontinental fixture. In the United States and Canada alone, 19 academies train upcoming stylists, and 47 salons create distinctive styles. Their stylists specialize in a variety of cuts that ranges from the avant-garde to modern interpretations of classic looks, such as beehives built in the style of Frank Gehry. In 2001, Mascolo was inducted into British Hairdressing Hall of Fame, and in 2005 he earned the prestigious Hall of Leaders award at the North American Hairstyling Awards.
Treating tresses to Paul Mitchell hair products, the 11-stylist team at David Ryan Salon trims, tones, and tames manes with a menu of high-end services. Double process hair color ($100+) astutely enriches hair without educational loans, and a partial highlight ($120+) plays upon structural strengths of cheeks, eyes, and algebra. Enlist one of David Ryan Salon's shearing specialists to design a trendsetting 'do ($75–$115) clipped, textured, and styled to mirror your fashion moxie. Those interested in beautification beyond haircraft may opt for a natural nail manicure ($15) and pedicure ($25) or a make-up application ($75) before their date with an actor's alien understudy.
We are a Hells Kitchen located hair salon specializing in women and men's cut, color, highlights, and our most popular service is the Brazilian Keratin hair straightening treatment that we guarantee you will love. Hair stylists Chris, May, Jackie, and Tanzina each have unique traits and a natural and meticulous passion
With a team of experienced stylists, colorists, and designers, Savvy Hair Studio specializes in giving its clients the look they're longing for. Put your head threads in the hands of the salon's scissor-wielding artisans for a haircut ($55+ for women, $35+ for men), and they'll lop off argumentative, gossipy, or otherwise unsatisfactory strands to leave you with an obedient and perfectly styled coiffure. Clients can drive the moon wild with jealousy by giving their locks a sun-kissed look ($75+), tweaking their tone with a color correction ($100+), or emulating ceramic-haired movie stars with a clear or color glaze ($45+ and $65+, respectively). Unruly tresses can also be startled into submission by an expert blow-dry ($40+).