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Liza E.
Report | 3 months ago
Wonderful salon. Everyone was really nice and I came out with a gorgeous hair style.
elizabeth t.
Report | 3 months ago
I was very pleased and happy with my experience!
Andrea W.
Report | 5 months ago
They were kind and helpful. I will probably go bsck
Ivonne M.
Report | 11 months ago
Very professional very good stylist
cheryl d.
Report | a year ago
LOVE LOVE LOVE the salon! Great experience! David, Sonya and Eva are the greatest!!!!!! I love the salon to begin with so I purchased this groupon for my 17 year old daughter. She loved her hair and walked out feeling like a princess!!!!! The best salon!!!!!!!!!

From Our Editors

David Alan wasn?t always a hairstylist. In fact, his original career path began at CCNY Film School. But David's eye for design and love of hair quickly sent him packing for beauty school and, later, to train under hair greats Mark Traynor--L?Oreal Paris colorist and stylist--and hat designer Lilly Dach?. Now, more than 40 years later, David joins their ranks as owner of his namesake salon and spa where he instills his philosophy that hair should be unteased, untortured, unsprayed, and natural-looking.

But this doesn?t mean David and his legion of stylists aren?t capable of transforming hair with the latest trends and designs. Using Redken, Pureology, and KMS California hair care products, six levels of stylist highlight, condition, and straighten locks to complement any hair type and texture. And in the spa area, technicians rejuvenate bodies with mani-pedis, Eminence facials, and seaweed body wraps.

Along with a roster of beautifying services, guests are also treated to the Paramus shop?s d?cor as David Alan made sure to make his oyster-shaped salon aesthetically pleasing. Stained Brazil red oak floors and white walls enclose guests between mirrors made from nickel and less than 5% iron, which ensures reflections don't suffer from green glares or poor Tony Stark impressions.

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