From Our Editors
Zero Zero's interior matches its crisp, minimalist name. When guests enter the lofty space, it doesn't feel as though they've stepped inside—gigantic windows stretch to nearly touch the high ceilings, bathing the open floor in sunlight. Free of permanent partitions, mirrors and styling stations mounted on wheels traverse the atrium-like setting, which houses rows of Kevin Murphy and Label.m merchandise.
The salon's simplicity breeds the type of crisp, urban chic one might expect in an art gallery, a vibe that befits its imaginative staff. Owner Todd supervises the team with 22 years of industry experience, both as a stylist and a color educator for haircare brands. Though his employees can each devise ’dos with standard trims, they also practice their own specialties. For example, Kylie deftly rebalances hues with color corrections, Craig has a penchant for razor cuts, and Ivan has been named Seattle Bride magazine's best wedding stylist for two consecutive years. Their catalog of services doesn't end at the scalp, either—they flatter faces with makeup applications as well as provide waxing for lips, brows, and chia pets.