June in New York City is typically…well…perhaps typically isn’t the right word anymore. This year, June seems to be worse than August, which doesn’t bode well for the heat and humidity the next few months will surely dump on us. And through the hot mess that is the NYC summer, our feet will be beset <... >
Do you love to change your hair color and to experiment with different hues but are sensitive to chemicals, fumes or concerned about the health consequences of putting ammonia in your body?
Rounding out Summer’s Hair Care Intros: Jonathan, Sojourn and more…all for your Newest Hair Needs
By Kelly Hushin
A girl can never have too many hair products – even when she needs another closet, bureau or vanity for the overflow.
DevaChan: The Best Curly Hair-apy Money can Buy
Cursed with Curls, we Revisit a Reason to Love Them
A self-proclaimed former straightening addict, I felt I had tried every product on the market and visited stylist after stylist who said that their specialty was curly hair to no avail.
All of my life, women have told me that they’d trade their straight tresses for my curls if only they could. To them I have always invariably replied, “Imagine waking up every single day with a do that looks like Bob Dylan.” End of discussion. Curly hair is no walk in the park, especially on <... >
East Side Exclusivity at Paul Labrecque’s CORE Salon:
A Blunder of Words Takes a Turn for the Better after Second Visit
By Kelly Hushin
A social club often conjures images of rolling golf greens, polo shirts and tied-up sweater shawls, pearls and outdoor verandas. They are the ultimate venues for adult parties where status and fashion sense can be flaunted equally if one so desires. Of course, entry into such venues is not always through an open door and <... >
New York is supposed to be the city the never sleeps, yet you’ll find few high end salons open late when it’s most convenient for you (or for late-night hair emergencies). The Red Market salon is an exception, and combines excellence and artfulness with sheer convenience. Located across from the Gansevoort Hotel in the meatpacking <... >
Ah, my torrid NYC history of stylist-hopping. It’s scandalous, really. Ever since my move to the city ushered a disastrous split between me and my upstate hair stylist.
The East Village is full of great restaurants, bars and boutiques, but a cute hair salon in the uber-trendy hood is hard to come by.
For a long time guys lived by the motto “A little dab’ll do’ya” when it came to hair care. They didn’t put too much thought into what brands they were buying.