Blow Outs & Styling in Waltham


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  • Salon Astante
    Katie Astone and Gina Galante Skillings fused their talents (and names) to create Salon Astante. The style-savvy pair believes that beauty should be a simple, stress-free process. As such, the two remain dedicated to creating stylish looks that merge seamlessly with each client’s lifestyle and personality. They help clients achieve this type of style-savvy synergy through services that range from traditional hair care to advanced facials and chemical peels. They also know how to assemble a team; consider Pam, their seasoned nail technician. A former OPI educator with 13 years of industry experience, she adds flash to every gesture with coats of traditional polish or sturdy chip-free gel solutions.
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    251 Moody Street
    Waltham, MA US
  • Custom Cuts
    Stylists snipping in the cozy, butter-colored salon give Custom Cuts its name by customizing every single look they design. From stick-straight locks to fuschia bobs, hairstyles are impeccably crafted, and they're always the result of detailed consultations.
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    182 Lexington Street
    Waltham, MA US
  • Drybar
    At Drybar, a pair of scissors or hair-coloring foil is nowhere to be found. That?s because the business?s founder, Alli Webb, opened the shop strictly for blowouts after her in-home business skyrocketed. Featured extensively in the media, each of the more than 40 white-hued, airy shops revolves around a center bar where customers sit for around 45 minutes as stylists blow-dry, straighten, and curl their hair. From a menu booklet, clients select a cocktail-themed hairstyle, such as The Mai Tai, which imparts beachy waves, and The Manhattan, which streamlines locks with a sleek finish that mimics the straight lines of downtown New York and can be outfitted with a tiny doorman who hails cabs for you. The staff at Drybar also crafts updos, travels on location for an additional fee, offers high-end products and tools available for purchase, and tallies bar tabs so that customers can pay for multiple blowouts at once.
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    210 Boylston St.
    Chestnut Hill, MA US
  • J&L Hair Studio
    According to stylist Jesica, the most important part of any haircut occurs before she even touches her scissors—the consultation. That's when clients can express the look they want Jesica or her J&L colleague, Liz, to achieve. And drawing on 10-plus years of experience, neither stylist disappoints. Using products by top brands, including Wella and DevaCurl, the duo meticulously sculpts hair into customized 'dos, from fashionable blowouts to chic up-dos. Aside from trimming and shaping hair, Jesica and Liz soften strands with conditioning and keratin treatments, as well as brighten locks with highlights or color glosses.
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    1371 Mass Ave.
    Arlington, MA US
  • Salon Maria
    Over the past 40 years it has been in business, Salon Maria has seen a lot of styles leave its doors, from the feathered locks of the 1970s to the gigantic perms of the 1980s to the stick-straight strands of the 2000s. No matter the year, the staff has stayed in tune with the latest trends, fusing their veteran skills with modern techniques. Salon Maria's hairstylists offer wet and dry cuts and a whole host of coloring and styling services, including Brazilian Blowouts. Its aestheticians offer facials and hot mitt and boot services, and its nail technicians cover nails in shellac polish. This shiny coating stays chip-free for up to 14 days and, like a cold banana, refuses to peel.
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    1676 Beacon St
    Brookline, MA US
  • Hair 101
    Brands Used: Framesi, Redken, Biolage, Shuga and more Established: 2011 Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Staff Size: 11?25 people Parking: Free street parking Handicap Accessible: Yes Good for Kids: Yes Walk-ins Welcome: Yes Pro Tip: Ask your stylist for product recommendations for your hair type. Our products are always discounted. Q&A with Julie, Marketing Director What's the number one grooming tip every person should know? Partially dry your hair with a blow dryer, or air dry, before brushing. Brushing wet hair can damage your strands and cause split ends. Flat-paddle brushes are the best if you must brush your wet hair. Part of being a good stylist is mastering the art of conversation. What are some pro tips for talking to strangers? [We] bring up topics everyone can relate to. [We] ask about family, kids, work, what they do for fun or what plans they have for their days off.
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    Allston, MA US
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