Book an appointment for a $70 cut, wash, blow-dry and styling from this botanical beauty product leader and you’ll get complimentary aromatherapy (the products smell that good) and phototherapy thanks to the sunlight that beams through the salon’s large windows.
As the creative director for Healing Haircare, stylist Joelene Caver is used to seeing his work in the pages of Vogue and Vanity Fair. Her loftlike space is a salon-meets-studio hybrid, so you can sometimes watch an editorial photo shoot while getting your hair cut (starting at $70), colored ($115 and up) and otherwise coiffed. The salon’s app provides easy appointment booking and prepayment choices, along with the option to send stylists inspiration photos before you arrive.
Your stylist will match the Great Length extensions to your hair color, texture and length, dyeing or highlighting the strands if necessary to ensure a seamless look that lasts for up to six months. Be advised that the process can take up to three hours to complete. For a quicker update to your tresses, get a half-hour-long dry cut, a technique that helps to tame curly manes and give edgy shape to straight styles. As with all of the salon’s services, the express chop concludes with a gratis wash, dry, blowout and relaxing scalp massage.
If there’s one thing New York women always find time for during their workweek and weekend hustle (apart from brunch—obviously) it’s pampering. You can get your mane perfectly coiffed at the best blow dry bars and your arches “on fleek” at brow bars in the city, so it’s no surprise that you can add volume to your lashes by getting eyelash extensions too. There are several studios and spas in Gotham where you can get long, thick and beautiful lashes without breaking the bank. Here are the spots we recommend for adding some more fringe for your lids.