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The Best Hair Salons in Toronto

Posted by Catherine / November 17, 2008

Best Hair Salons TorontoJodi at Coupe Bizzarre cuts my hair, and she's doing really well. She styles for bands, appears on TV, and is generally in demand.

Which worries me. Because my hair is emotionally attached to her. She coaxed its ill-defined waviness into an angular bob with a severe undercut, and now she's nursing it back through regrowth into something as yet undefined.

"I'm not scared of much, but haircuts frighten me" said a blogTO commenter. But really, it's just hair. If you do something you regret, well, that's why we have hats. Maybe making winter an ideal time to try something new (there's not much that can't be hidden under a toque). It doesn't always feel like it after a cut gone awry ("grow damn you!"), but chopped off hair does return -- so have some fun with it.

Lead photographs: at left - Fringe; at centre - Sonia & Laine of Redd; at right - W Lifestyle.

Grateful Head

Grateful Head

Grateful Head ("let us blow you away") has put down roots where others have failed, along the north edge of Trinity Bellwoods on Dundas St W. Drop in for the name, stay for the cuts. A "rock'n'roll hair salon and art gallery". Stylists slash musicians practice in off-hours in the basement jam space. More »

John Steinberg and Associates

John Steinberg and Associates

The mischievously twinkly-eyed John Steinberg (and, of course, his associates) has a prime corner spot on King St W. John has celebrity status from his work on Cityline, and also from being a prominent part of his neighbourhood. He's an urban cyclist, and once you've noticed him, you start seeing him everywhere. More »

W Lifestyle

W Lifestyle

Aradia's pole-dancing (for exercise) is upstairs, Chatelet Kids is one over, and the Salvation Army is to the right. W (or "W Lifestyle" - the "Lifestyle" is just silent on the sign) occupies a helluva nook. But W has the requisite stylish stylists, staying power and a loyal following. More »

Flaunt Boutique

Flaunt Boutique

Flaunt Boutique has the first website I've seen with a dynamic relighting dimmer switch -- a nod to the intentional lighting in the salon itself. Flaunt is a self-described "one-stop style bazaar", an "after hours hair boutique, style garage and hangout". Women's cuts range from $37-$100. More »

Navigate Space

Navigate Space

So you can get a tattoo at Glam, but it's Navigate Space that gives you "handmade hair" at the same place as Yoga and Pilates. Bend your mind around the concept ("About letting go, not getting done-up"). Then bend your body, and finish with a trim. At 1700 square feet it's larger than most condos. More »

Redd Hair Studio

Redd Hair Studio

Closing in on their 10th anniversary, Redd was an early adopter of Liberty Village. The salon's outer traditional brick/ inner modern style exemplifies positive reuse of heritage buildings. They also happen to be the salon behind the Juno Awards. More »

Coupe Bizzarre

Coupe Bizzarre

Coupe, with its 2001 Space Odyssey decor, and taped-to-the-window requests for short-hair models, is a West Queen West institution. Many stylists specialize in the more neglected hair types (like curly). The longer you're a client, the more you trust them, and the further you drift away from a simple coupe and towards bizzarre. More »

World Salon

World Salon

World is dedicated to minimizing their footprint. They reduced their power consumption by 50%, became a member of Windshare (the co-op behind the waterfront wind turbine), use three solar panels to heat their hot water, and have done it all while remaining one of the city's top salons. More »

Hair By David

Hair By David

Hair By David is embedded in the 477 Richmond building (near Spadina). It really is David (Newman), a stylist with 14-years of experience, who jet-sets back and forth between Toronto and his client base in London (from whence he just returned). Women's cuts $70 ($75 for new clients). More »

Shampoo

Shampoo

You might not have noticed Shampoo's small storefront in Kensington market. Pretty much right at the corner of Kensington Ave and St. Andrew, if you've gotten to Moonbeam, you've gone too far. Back up one to the place with the "do they sell bubble tea?" styled signs. More »

Fringe Salon

Fringe Salon

Seems that all salons have a thing about declaring their allegiances these days, and Fringe has aligned itself with Aveda. Along with new(er) businesses like Made You Look, Fringe is part of a burgeoning style cluster at Queen and Brock in Parkdale. More »

Fuss Hair Studio

Fuss Hair Studio

A boutique hair studio in Leslieville, Fuss promises to "fuss with your hair to bring out your best look". Co-owners Stacey Lipstein and Kristin Rankin's black, white and red studio is easy on the eyes, part of the philosophy to help "people to look and feel their best, while sustaining the beauty of our environment". More »

Bob and Paige Salon

Bob and Paige Salon

It took me way, way too long to "get" the name of this salon. Bob and Paige Salon on the Danforth are the winners of the 2009 Contessa award (Canadian Hairstylist of the Year) for Salon Interior Design of the Year. And it is slick looking. If a Bond villain were going to operate out of a hair salon... More »

Discussion

597 Comments

Maria / November 17, 2008 at 11:25 am
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Paul at W Lifestyle is THE BEST. I highly recommend him!
Shelagh / November 17, 2008 at 12:16 pm
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7 of the above salons - Glam, Flaunt, Redd, Coupe Bizarre, Poison Ivy, Hair by David, & Fuss - all charge more for women's haircuts than men. (Perhaps some of the others do as well). I've been going to my hairdresser for several years. He works out of his home, doesn't charge base don gender, and I pay $60 for a cut and color. And my hair always looks great. Why would I go to any place that's going to charge me more automatically just because I'm a woman?
MizzMonsta / November 17, 2008 at 12:23 pm
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I have another nominee: In'I Hair Design is an trendy-yet-unpretentious salon. You would never know that they were up above the Burger King on Bloor St W (just east of Bathurst St). The space is comfortable and inviting. The owners Sandi and Jennifer are attentive and considerate. It's the best kept secret in Toronto! www.inihairdesign.com
keven / November 17, 2008 at 12:34 pm
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shelagh, I think it's probably because my men's haircut takes about 10 minutes, while my wife's haircut takes about an hour.

Not sure I'd want someone cutting my hair in their home :/ That sounds a bit yucky.
Jerrold / November 17, 2008 at 12:41 pm
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What? No House of (glowstick trance) Lords? ;)
Shelagh / November 17, 2008 at 12:45 pm
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@keven:

that's you and your wife. each individual is different. some men's haircuts take longer (believe me, I've seen them). charge for the time & product, not the person.
Tina / November 17, 2008 at 12:51 pm
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The GLAM team has my vote! Kat and Daina are very talented, Shawn is an amazing tatoo artist and Billy takes fabulous photos. They're all ARTISTS in there own trade.
kd / November 17, 2008 at 01:08 pm
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My votes go to Robert & Paul @ Shampoo!
Dawn / November 17, 2008 at 02:26 pm
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I'm so happy to see that GLAM made the list.
Not only are they the most personable and fun people there but the creativity that comes out of them is incredible. I had Kat do our hair and Melissa do our make-up at our wedding and everytime I look at the pictures I can't help but think how awesome we look. They are never afraid to try new things and Kat is the ONLY person I trust with my hair because she's not afraid of anything.
Corina / November 17, 2008 at 02:34 pm
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Something about having tat and hair specialists in one place makes me very very nervous
(I think it's just that I am afraid of needles and thus don't trust any tat shop that isn't specialized exclusively)

but otherwise I have heard the most positive feedback about GLAM and John Steinburg (putting prices aside, of course)
torstarr / November 17, 2008 at 02:48 pm
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I have to agree with MizzMonsta, In'I is amazing. Been going there for years, wouldn't think of switching.
Lisa / November 17, 2008 at 03:34 pm
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Another great place and WONDERFUL guy for curly hair is Franco at Taz on Yorkville. Mine has a mind of its own but always looks great since he's been cutting it - and I don't own a hairdryer!
B.L. / November 17, 2008 at 03:37 pm
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"Something about having tat and hair specialists in one place makes me very very nervous
(I think it's just that I am afraid of needles and thus don't trust any tat shop that isn't specialized exclusively)"


I get my hair and tattoos done at GLAM. It is more of an artists collective or a co-op than a specialized shop. Each person in the studio is very established in their craft. The tattoos are done in a private room, and Shawn Mckenzie does some of the finest cover up and high detail work I have ever seen.

You rock guys, congrats!
N / November 17, 2008 at 05:02 pm
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Ok, since there is complaining from women that they pay more for haircuts, how about men get free entrance to all clubs downtown in return?

It's all business. Most women's hair take much longer than men's (average the time and you'll see what I mean). Also most women's hair take much more effort than men's. If they had same price for men's and women's hair it wouldn't be fair since I would be paying for someone else whose hair takes much longer than mine.

I've never paid for hair more than $25 and never will!
Elle Driver / November 17, 2008 at 06:02 pm
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@N: It's not just haircuts that women pay more for: clothing, shampoo, deodorant and other female-marketed toiletries cost more than male-geared products. (And might I mention that women still get paid generally less than men do, for the same job?) Where is the "business" in that?
shawna / November 18, 2008 at 01:27 am
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just a note...coupe bizzarre does not charge more for women.
it is $59 for all haircuts. $5 less with student i.d.
Roger / November 18, 2008 at 03:12 am
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What guy would pay $59 for a haircut?
Amy / November 18, 2008 at 07:19 am
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Coupe Bizzarre doe not charge differently for women or men. Our prices are for student and non student.
Amy / November 18, 2008 at 07:23 am
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What guy pay $59 for a haircut? A lot. Some one that doe not want a $10 hack job with no personality.
canuck abroad / November 18, 2008 at 08:33 am
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Not sure if she is there anymore but the BEST colourist, hands down, is Debbie at Coupe. Great stylist too but damn, is she fine with colour!
keven / November 18, 2008 at 09:23 am
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>A lot. Some one that doe not want a $10 hack job with no personality.

I don't know about that one. I pay bubkus for my haircut, and I look like a freaking rockstar walking out of my stylist's salon. I constantly get comments on how awesome it looks.

I certainly don't pay 60 dollars OR 10 dollars. My stylist is also not a 'hack' and her salon destroyed your salon in this poll.
david / November 18, 2008 at 09:53 am
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As per the male/female question of pricing-some of my clients religious beliefs do not allow them to cut their hair short-thus I use eco-friendly color for their long hair-which costs me more money then a person with 1'' hair- so I charge for it. Should I not due to religious discrimination?
Jamie / November 18, 2008 at 01:50 pm
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Shame. No mention of Barberella? www.barberella.ca These ladies got it goin' on!
somechick / November 18, 2008 at 06:06 pm
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I like my little korean across from from Rocco's Plum Tomato near honest ed. 30 bucks and she can cut my crazy wiry thick hair like its made of silk. A true gem. Why pay more just for some fancy lights and pretentious atmosphere. I just want in and out. Price has nothingto do with quality. I've paid up to 100 bucks and gotten crappy haircuts.
Liz / November 19, 2008 at 04:03 pm
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Down the street from Coupe Bizarre is a brilliant salon called Harlots. I went to a cheap place over a year ago where my long wavy hair was butchered. After I got home to my neighbourhood, I walked into the least busy place on that Friday night only to get Sherry-who not only fixed my hair, but charged me less than her going rate since she was just "fixing" and earned herself a regular client. In the past year, she has made my wavy hair go from flat and dull to vibrant and curly.
Cyraphym / November 19, 2008 at 06:28 pm
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I just happen to surf to this page and this blog caught my eye...I fought to try not to write a comment but I lost. So, here's my rant! Having a close partner for 25 years, whom has dedicated her life's love and career for over 30 years here in our wonderful city. It would be somewhat wrong for me to mention "the best hair salons" etc. There are many talented and creative professionals working in salons all over the GTA for their own reasons. A little brag...I know there is few that can surpass here expose, skills and experience. On with it,
there is not one salon with zero diffeciency. This is due to it's management (owner/agent) and the greedy ego attitudes. It is to the Hair Industries future how you "professionals" continue or change this selfdistructive way of 'doing business'. Peace and thx for letting me RANT!
Bart / November 21, 2008 at 07:42 pm
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all jokes aside, I've seen a bunch of stylists at House of Lords and I'd recommend ROBERT to any dude looking for a short cut. He knows what he's doing, more so then many upscale places.

And for $15 drop in service you can't go wrong.
jessie / November 21, 2008 at 10:42 pm
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i recently went to house of lords for a haircut. while i was severely annxious after having a terrible experience recently i was more than pleasantly suprised. i was fortunate enough to get a sweet lady named Lisa and not only was she great in her description of the plans for my new look, she was also incredibly patient and kind. i realized a haircut does not have to be a traumatic experience. i will not only go back but i have sent a number of friend's and family to her. she is awesome with both men and women. it is just a joy to sit in her chair, she has such a positive and cheerful attitude, a completely awesome experience.
Jeslyn / November 22, 2008 at 11:38 am
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Daina at Glam has been doing my hair for almost a year, and she somehow manages to read my mind every time. She does EXACTLY what I want, and I rarely have to even explain it! We recently had Melissa do hair and makeup for our band's photoshoot with Will, and both of them were fantastic to work with - not to mention the final photos were amazing. Next up - Sean has designed a quarter sleeve tat in memory of my grandmother, and I can't wait to get it started.
Reality Check / November 25, 2008 at 02:28 pm
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If you're offended by being charged a different price, well too bad. Gender price differentials are a rough proxy but are generally accurate. There's also the point that if salons want to attract male customers, they are competing not with other salons charging $60 but with barbers charging $15, making a discount fairly essential.

The gender warriors need to be less offended and look at why there are price differences. Haircuts have two easy reasons. Dry cleaning has two fairly reasonable issues as well: the median male customer is sending more of his wardrobe to the dry cleaner, offering economies of scale and an incentive to accept lower margins, while the median woman's item is more delicate and requires more attention (even a $500 men's shirt uses fairly rugged cotton and sturdy buttons, while women's shirts are more likely to have delicate construction, delicate fabrics, and non-standard shapes).

Rather than go for a complicated pricing system that would be unpredictable for clients, retailers use a heuristic to recoup their costs and offer a predictable bill to the customer. No one wants to sit down for 5 hours to understand their dry cleaning bill, or be charged by the minute for their haircut (does conversation get billed separately? would people now demand totally silent cuts so that they're not overcharged by a relentlessly talkative hair dresser?). These are minor chores not worth paying any real attention to despite what some MA in Women's Studies would prefer.
john replying to a comment from Roger / December 3, 2008 at 08:18 am
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lots'o'guys pay for haircuts...sometimes more.
Heather / December 4, 2008 at 01:54 pm
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I love all the comments here. People are insane about hair - and it's awesome!
Mattie / December 5, 2008 at 09:34 am
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Brian Phillips At World Salon is brilliant.
John Steinberg is the isall and the end all of hair in Toronto.
arman / December 5, 2008 at 10:10 am
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Which hair stylist does the best beckham mohawk haircut? Please respond quick!!
Nesrin / December 12, 2008 at 09:04 pm
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Hi, did anybody had a great experience with a haircut for very fine hair?? I have very fine hair and need a really good cut.
thank you,...
Fei / December 15, 2008 at 11:15 pm
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No Cooney for Hair??? (Queen and Spadina)
I had a cut from them first time today since I read so many raves about them online, and I totally agree. Best one I've had since I moved to TO. Cooney himself took the phone and told me they actually were closed today, but after explaining I'd be gone to Brampton before tomorrow, he said sure, he'd have us (brother and I) even though they officially were closed :) we are both really satisfied!
Nancy / December 17, 2008 at 02:20 pm
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Fuss is amazing.
Briony replying to a comment from Jamie / December 19, 2008 at 11:26 pm
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Thanks for the recommendation! I liked the cut of these ladies' jib, and got a great cut and colour from Ashley. Lovely decor, too. Thanks, blogTO comments section!
Tom / December 28, 2008 at 01:46 am
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Hey y'all. Can anyone recommend a place with confident stylists that KNOW hair? I need a complete overhaul in the hair department but I swear to god, none of the dozens of places I've tried in my lifetime has ever left me with a look that I 100% like.

So this is what I'm looking for.

*I walk in*
Me: Hi. I have no idea what kind of haircut to get. Do whatever you think will look best for someone with my skin, face, body, hair, etc.

Stylist: Gotcha

Me: OMG Its perfect

So, can anyone recommend a place? (BTW I have Asian hair)

Doug Wiebe / December 28, 2008 at 02:18 pm
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You have to go to Navigate and see John Taccone, the corner of Berkley and Esplanade. John knows exactly what to do with hair, whoever you are, and whatever the hair condition. The surroundings are spectacular...you go away not only with great hair, but a sense of having been in a very good place. And you don't have to rush out when you are done... enjoy the sofa, the art, the music, a cool drink! John is mister hospitality and knows feeling good about your hair has a lot to do with how you feel about yourself. I miss him, since I am now in Winnipeg!
Helen / December 31, 2008 at 01:41 pm
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I go to Gabriel at Salon Gabriel. It's not cheap but I have never had a bad haircut from him. I always get compliments, even after my hair has grown out for months!

www.salongabriel.com
m / January 4, 2009 at 07:13 pm
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I had the worst haircut ever at grateful head, by the OWNER, Lisa.

Someone suggested I go to her because I have curly hair, but she didn't listen to a thing I said and instead did everything I asked her not to. Biggest waste of $75 ever. Having long and thick hair, I'm still paying for it 7 months later.
Andy / January 6, 2009 at 08:49 am
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I am searching an old stylist and need some help. His name is Adrian (dont know his last name) and he worked at Salon Jie many many years ago before opening his own salon in Yorkville (which I heard). He was amazing and taught me to straighten my afro Indian hair. I have not found a stylist with his expertise. I have to say at the age of 18 years old (11 years ago) it was pricey to go see him but I look back and think it was well worth it. He understands black hair and I need to see him again. Does anyone know where he is now?
.... / January 19, 2009 at 10:27 pm
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can anyone tell me where i can buy GHD or Babyliss proffessional hair straightener
Cliff / January 26, 2009 at 11:51 am
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I used to get great cuts from a stylist named Franklin at House of Lords... anyone have any idea where he went?? He's half Philippino half Irish.

Justine / February 3, 2009 at 06:14 pm
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See Jenny at Natural Solutions in Eaton Centre.. she knows her hair!
Tee replying to a comment from Andy / February 5, 2009 at 08:56 pm
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Hey there! I am also looking for Adrian! If you find out where he is can you let me know as well? Thanks.
dave / February 5, 2009 at 10:51 pm
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hi folks, i'm kind of losing my hair (i'm almost 30). i need a new haircut and a stylist that will shape a style that will look good. i need to find a salon that will treat me right and not charge too much. any suggestions? i live at king/yonge but can go anywhere
Jessica B / February 8, 2009 at 11:46 pm
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Hey I'm a student and I was just wondering if anyone knew of any cheap but good places to go to get highlights done. I want a change but the budget is a bit tight. Thanks!
Jo / February 10, 2009 at 09:18 pm
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Anyone try Rodrigo at W before?? I just made an appointment, never been to W before. Just needed a place to get my hair done for Saturday, any comments would be nice. Thanks.
Heather / February 11, 2009 at 08:44 pm
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Help! My daughter is desperate to get rid of the orange-red colour at the bottom of her hair, left over from years of dying it black and red. She has natural dark blond hair and the new growth is highlighted blonde. She wants to colour it all blonde but has been told that it can't be fixed. Can anyone give me the name of a good and brave colourist who could do this?
john replying to a comment from Heather / February 13, 2009 at 10:37 pm
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Heather, here's the thing, in a couple of parts:

That red orange band at the bottom of your daughter's hair IS difficult to remove, though not impossible. There are ways in which that area can be cleansed though it will leave the hair feeling a little less than amazing...and the shine is also a lost factor.

The colour will need to be evened out/balanced and the best approach is the one where "tone" is considered before "blondness/lightness".

Your daughter also needs to accept that a Good Haircut can/does alleviate a host of colour problems - by Good, I don not necessarily mean short...

As stylists/colourists, we often face this challenge...it is not surprising that a reputable stylist refuse to do the work. It is risky, and most of all, it requires that both the client and stylsit are abel to reach a common, acceptable goal.

My opinion? There is not a whole lot worse that multi toned, banded hair colour - it looks cheap and a little neurotic. The best, perhaps only, solution is to "cut it, treat it, blend it, tone it".

Oh, and always think/rethink Black...


Judy / February 19, 2009 at 03:17 pm
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I have crazy curly hair and I have gone to all the "specialty" curly hair places. None so far as been good, except Earth Salon on Scollard. GO THERE and ask for Mischaela, she will listen, that is right listen to you and give you what you want..
Amanda / February 27, 2009 at 06:49 pm
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Hi everyone;
If you ladies need an amazing hair dresser that knows what he is doing with curly hair or straight go to '' Jimmy's Hair Salon'' he is in toronto. He is amazing will do what you want and is great with really curly hair. But also his blow dries are amazing, no flat irons like most places thats what they use to make their customers straight but not this guy he just uses his dryer and will get it as straight as a flat iron would and so much healthier for your hair.
Oh by the way he is super fast and his work LAST.

Try him out, so worth it.
monkey replying to a comment from Andy / March 3, 2009 at 09:53 pm
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he is at b2hair on scollard
monkey / March 3, 2009 at 09:59 pm
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PHILOSOPHY SALON IS THE BOMB. RELAXING, INVITING SPACE THAT HAS A WORKING FIREPLACE. THE COLOURIST THERE IS THE BEST IN THE CITY. LOVE IT. LOVE IT.
natallia / March 4, 2009 at 08:26 pm
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hi! i would like to find out if anyone knows where to get the best curling perm?! and possibly the one that will bring less damage possible
Nicky / March 12, 2009 at 12:25 am
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Hello,

I need some help!

My hair is naturally dark and I sometimes dye in black to darken it bc i love how it looks. I recently got a red chunk put into my hair just to add a splash of colour and some change. I regualrly condition my hair so it is pretty healthy, just wondering if anyone knows a good colourist who can help me with the upkeep and who is not tooo pricy?? It is a chunk and probably about 6 individual foils worth and I want a nice deep red, not bring and not pink...and if possible no bleach!

***WARNING***
I went to natural solutions at scharborough town center and they did not bleach or loghten my hair the first time so the colour only came out in my roots and made me pay for it (manager samanatha= totally rude, stylist=jean, very unfit to be working in a salon when she knows solittle about colour) I had to pay for the "service they provided" and then come back to have it fixed,,only to have her bleach my hair not blonde (thank god. only halfway) and put in the red......a tad pinky and not exactly what I wanted!! stay away guys!!!
Mer / March 14, 2009 at 02:21 pm
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Hi,
I dyed my hair a reddish orange a few months ago and I am now trying to find a good colourist to dye it dark brown.. Can anyone tell me where a good, not too expensively priced, place to go is?
Thanks!
red+white / March 15, 2009 at 06:51 pm
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Can anyone recommend a spot for me (a guy). I used to go to Coupe Bizarre but my last few trips there have been pretty sub-par. I'm looking for something that looks professional enough but still looks funky.
paul burford replying to a comment from Cliff / March 18, 2009 at 09:11 pm
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Hi, its Paul , i own HOL Call me. 416 962 1111
vicky replying to a comment from red+white / March 20, 2009 at 07:35 pm
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hi red+white, my name is Vicky and I work at an Awesome salon at 200 Ossington Ave. "Lush and Lavish Salon and Spa" which opened in October. I have been a hairdresser since 2001 and i am Awesome with coloring, and mens/womens cuts. Our salon isnt too far from coupe bizarre so give us a try, i would appreciate your business. Thanks.
Our # here is 647-343-6001
Vicky! replying to a comment from m / March 20, 2009 at 07:41 pm
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hi m! see my message above to red and white I work at 200 Ossington Lush and Lavish Salon/Spa, I believe in a great consultation and we are only a block away. ossington just south of dundas on the west side. THANKS VICKY
Maria / March 21, 2009 at 10:28 am
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I wouldn't go back to House of Lords if you payed me, unless you want people who are straight outta school who have no idea what they're doing and you end up looking like a hot mess. Avoid that place at all costs. I'd rather pull a Britney than go back there.
cheeekycritter / March 23, 2009 at 02:50 pm
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I am fairly new to Toronto (not too new) and am frustrated. I am still to find a salon - downtown - that specialises in black hair. The one that I found Urban Textures, is good BUT I do not like to be held hostage. They know they are good (stying wise) and in demand...and therefore will treat you any which way. I would like to know if there are good salons that meet black hair care needs. I am tired of spenig half my day in a salon and then having the prices change up on me depending on what I am wearing! I am situated at Liberty Village. Perhaps you guys can do an instalment of black hair care salons i downtown Toronto.
vicky replying to a comment from natallia / March 25, 2009 at 08:50 am
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Go to Concepts Salon for a Japanese Perm. I used to work there years ago. Book with a Japanese guy Satoshi, or one of the girls he would recommend. They will not give you a grandma perm, bring a picture with you
Sheena replying to a comment from cheeekycritter / March 25, 2009 at 11:51 am
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To cheeekycritter,
I empathize in your search for a reasonable black hair salon. Please let me know how your hunt goes as you and I are rocking in the same creaky boat.
keven replying to a comment from cheeekycritter / March 25, 2009 at 12:05 pm
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Talk to Kat @ Glam. She does an amazing job on my wife's hair.
chickpea replying to a comment from cheeekycritter / March 25, 2009 at 04:30 pm
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For black hair salons try Azan's or Jazma. Both are highly reputable and have been on the Toronto scene forever.
N8 replying to a comment from Maria / March 30, 2009 at 01:06 pm
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I'm looking for someone who can do a good rocker cut as I've always had a mohawk and i've gone corporate but want to bring the life and fun back into my hair!

I'm new to the city and I have no clue where to go. People have told me a few places and I've check out reviews and been let down... any ideas?
kstop replying to a comment from N8 / March 30, 2009 at 01:40 pm
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http://curlupanddyekensington.com/ - Laura is your only man.
N8 replying to a comment from kstop / March 30, 2009 at 02:27 pm
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Hey thanks! I will check it out for sure!
Sylvie / April 4, 2009 at 04:33 pm
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I loveeee my hair finally........the best i've ever had as a hairdresser, you all must try Jimmy's Hair Salon.......amanda you were right girl.
Urbanette / April 4, 2009 at 05:05 pm
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Re: Black hair salons

Totally 2nding Azan's. Not the best customer service but they definitely know what they are doing and aren't crazy expensive. Didn't like Jazma. They didn't listen to what I wanted. You can also go see Valerie at Concepts in the Holt Renfrew Centre. She's quite busy though so book in advance. Sadly nothing I know of by Liberty - these are all Yonge/Bloor area.
viki / April 6, 2009 at 04:56 pm
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hi there I have a question if someone can recommend a hairstylist that is: is attentive, listens well, is not an arrogant fashion fascist,doesn't make comments on your looks, does what you told her/him to do,talented artist and good craftsmen too?
Good advice is going to be well appreciated!
tc replying to a comment from Nesrin / April 6, 2009 at 06:08 pm
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I myself have thinning super-fine (like a newborn baby's) hair that is a nightmare to style decently. Then I was recommended to go see Thuy (pronounced "Twee") at the Salon Daniel in Etobicoke (right across from the subway at Bloor & Islington) She did an amazing job & I will def be going back to her for my next haircut! The salon may look fancy (which can intimidate some) but don't be fooled, I found it to be a warm & friendly place!
Sherry from Harlots replying to a comment from Liz / April 10, 2009 at 01:41 am
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My friend just so happened to stumble on this comment today and I would just like to say thank you sooooooooo much for your praise Liz, I am so glad I could make a difference to your hair, it's comments like that that make it allllllll worth it hahahahahaha, see you and that hair soon sister!!!!!
Sher;)
Julie / April 13, 2009 at 08:09 pm
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Hi!

I am looking for a GREAT hair colorist in Toronto. I am a brunette and desperately trying to find someone who can work wonders with highlights and semi-permanent color (to hide the grey! :) )
mm replying to a comment from Nicky / April 17, 2009 at 01:05 pm
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Nicky , If I many, great freind and stylist I refer to all my friends and clients, always raving reviews!! Manny has a great knack for a style unique to you and amazing with colours. email him direct for consoltation manny@flauntboutique.ca I promise you'll love him......

fyi:

MANNY] All you need to know about Manny is that he's a styling & colour keener. He’s the one who started out cutting and styling his friends in high school. If you've ever wondered, in the history of Marvel - the premier hair-styling school, who holds the singular distinction of graduating the fastest? Now you have your answer. Which explains how Manny in his young career, has already been able to accrue years of top-styling experience at a Yorkville salon.
Enjoy Manny's philosophies three-fold. The Natural, authentic Talent brings out your true look and beauty. The Healthy Sage advocates a balanced mind, body and soul - of which healthy, vibrant hair is only a portion. The Progressive Artist creates forward-thinking works of sexy glamour. His specialties include Modern/Contemporary for clients and photo shoots (Blushpretty); Formal Updo for weddings, graduations and milestone romantic occasions; Edgy/Trendy styles for runway and photo shoots (Melissa Clemente Design; Blushpretty).
Flaunt is very proud to represent Manny and extend the "Hotness Guaranteed" promise on his behalf.
Manny’s hours: Mon Tues 11-7 Thurs Fri 11-8 Sat 930-530
Sun Sometimes / By request
June / April 21, 2009 at 07:54 am
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I got a body perm in LA a couple of months back and it is now falling out. Does anyone know of a good place that does perms, specifically digital perms or something with a less damaging process, in Toronto that also has a handle on current hairstyles?
vvn replying to a comment from tc / April 21, 2009 at 09:53 am
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I also have very fine blonde hair. Nobody can cut like Shawna at Coupe Bizarre! My hair always feels thicker and healthy after a visit to Shawna. Although I wear it long, the secret is to let her trim as needed. She knows what your hair needs. : )
Chris / April 23, 2009 at 11:39 pm
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Want to feel completely at ease, have a fantastic time, and not feel like your wallet got racked over the coals? I found a gem, at Bloor and Bathurst, above the Burger King of all places, called INI Hair Design. As soon as you walk in you are made to feel as though you're one of the cool kids, no matter who you are. The customer service is above the call of duty. By the time my first visit was coming to an end, I felt like I had made new friends. The massage that comes with all hair services is worth every penny you pay. An amazing experience.

They also have a fantastic Esthetician on hand so you can kill two birds with one stone. It's a separate business called Joie de Vivre Esthetics.

Great location, amazing staff, and a super relaxing chilled out atmosphere, what more could you want.
krashTeste / April 24, 2009 at 12:07 pm
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I've been going to Istilo on University for awhile but I'm looking for a new change.

Can anyone recommend a cool place and/or stylist for a men's hair cut? I love the david beckham-esque style cuts. Urban hipster type, without being over the top.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Cynthia replying to a comment from krashTeste / April 30, 2009 at 04:09 pm
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Hi Krashteste;
Great place to go is Jimmy's, my son and boyfriend go there as well as I. He's a great young guy who knows his stuff. It's called Jimmy's Hair Salon and he is on wilson ave. just west of bathurst st.

Enjoy
ciao
Raff / May 5, 2009 at 02:11 pm
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All the salons you mentioned are great, however you missed one of the brightest gems on Queen West! Essensuals Hairdressing (679 Queen Street West). This is an off-shoot of Toni&Guy, the biggest salon company in the world!! Essensuals is the Miu Miu to Toni&Guy's Prada. Cool people, laid back atmo. All the education and quality of Toni&Guy with-out the corporate feel! The Stylists at Essensuals are some of the best around!!

Most shops I've been to the staff and stylists are very intimidating and sometimes RUDE! My stylist at Essensuals is one of the nicest people I have ever met, everyone there is nice! It took me 3 visits to realize my stylist was the OWNER!?! He had none of the usual ego or cockiness of all the other salon owners i've seen. He says "salon environment comes from the top, if the boss is a jerk then the staff will be jerks". Nice.

Try them out!! Ask for Andy!

www.essensuals.com
won't pay more for genital specific haircut replying to a comment from david / May 8, 2009 at 04:40 pm
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Exactly David and that is client specific. NOT gender specific. Charge for the ACTUAL time it takes and product it uses, etc. PER client. Not per sexual organs.
Brian / May 15, 2009 at 09:55 am
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debbie at john steinberg does the best male cut i've ever had. every single one of my male friends goes to her exclusively. i don't think their girlfriends will let them go to anyone else. ;-)
Lulu / May 15, 2009 at 01:22 pm
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An amazing salon opened up on the danforth just east of woodbine called Manzer Hair Studio. The owner is an amazing stlylist and colourist. Some of the best hlights I've had in a long time. Nicole was able to get right to the root and it took 3 month for me to relly notice that it had grown out. I hope to see that salon as a potential for next years top 15. Great atmosphere and kind staff
jemibewonalao / May 16, 2009 at 09:37 am
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Am Mr Jemibewon Alao from Nigeria,i saw your ad in the website so i am willing to work as a jobs hair stylist with your organisation so will be very happy if you could grant my enquiry will be looking forward to hear from you and my email is jemibewonalao@yahoo.com Respectfully
Roger replying to a comment from jemibewonalao / May 16, 2009 at 11:02 pm
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Reminds me of <a href="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0960144/"; target="_blank">Zohan</a>.
Laura / May 22, 2009 at 01:08 pm
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I have just discovered an amazing salon in the west end of Toronto called Hair Sprung. It's a small place with 2 working stylists who both specialize in curly hair. They worked with my natural hair texture which is thick and curly. I have never had such a great cut and for such a cheap price! $47 with the owner and $35 with the junior stylist. It's in a really great neighbourhood too- if you've never been to the Junction go check it out!
shawna replying to a comment from vvn / June 1, 2009 at 05:23 pm
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shawna from coupe bizzarre is now working at the new Brennen Demelo Studios at 316 adelaide street west. 416-301-1072. awesome new space....great new team....and come see rose for colour. she's great and very affordable!
angela / June 3, 2009 at 11:59 pm
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Hello All,

I'm looking for a mobile hairdresser to do 2 set of styles (one day time and evening) for 10 bridesmaids on july 4th 2009. The budget is very very tight...anyone interested? recommendations are very welcome! (Toronto area-venue). Please contact me at angela.loy1@gmail.com thank you!
angela / June 4, 2009 at 12:02 am
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Hi,

I'm hoping you can help me to locate a very reasonable mobile hairstlist to do 2 set of hairstyles (one morning, one evening) for 10 bridesmaids in July 4th 2009, Toronto area. We have a very tight budget.... Anyone who is interested, please contact me. Recommendations are welcomed too!
Fi replying to a comment from Cliff / June 8, 2009 at 01:16 pm
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Re: Franklin@House of Lords
Was he kind of a tall/big-ish guy with glasses?
If it is, that's sad to hear, he was awesome!

If anyone knows where he's gone, let us know!
Looking in the East / June 10, 2009 at 10:58 pm
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Does anyone have a review of the Leslieville salon Fuss mentioned in the blog? The "more" link goes to the salon's website -- no reviews, no comments.

I just moved to the east part of town and with most of the salons are on the west side, looking for something out here.

Thanks!
JLR replying to a comment from Andy / June 12, 2009 at 09:50 am
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I realize your posting is old, but Adrian is now the owner of Hair2 and is at 98 Scollard St in Yorkville.

You are right he is great with hair of all types!
Kate / June 15, 2009 at 09:53 am
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Does anyone know where Patricia is currently working. She used to be at Red Label Hair Co. in Bloorwest.
brixton / June 15, 2009 at 01:57 pm
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so any of salons have stylists that have experience cutting or dealing with african/caribbean hair. I need someone to relax my hair but I dont know where to start to find people. Im new.help!!
Karon / June 15, 2009 at 10:47 pm
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Rocky Vitelli at Mane society in Thornhill near Prominade Mall is a Guru.
This dude totally has magic in those scissors! I used to see him when he was at Marc Anthony but lost touch when I went to University and he made a move...I found him again!
Ladies this man is talented and sweet. He has made this lady very happy. He personifies his name...Rocky you Rock!
Raja replying to a comment from jessie / June 17, 2009 at 10:57 am
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I completely agree about Lisa. She was amazing. But she does not work their anymore!! I hope she's still a hairdresser. If anyone has any clue where she is, that would be great. I thought for a mere $15 at House of Lords she was definitely a bargain.
Violet replying to a comment from Looking in the East / June 19, 2009 at 02:34 pm
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Very junior stylists...funky but not quality. Give them some time, they still have a lot to learn!
Kimberly replying to a comment from Looking in the East / June 20, 2009 at 12:05 pm
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If you are looking for a salon in the East, Leslieville, you should check out Flaunt. Great atmosphere, not your typical assembly line type salon. Awesome chilled out space, and friendly staff. Plus they are open late. Check out their site for more details. www.flauntboutique.ca

melissa replying to a comment from Violet / June 20, 2009 at 06:12 pm
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I have been going to fuss hair studio for a year, since they opened and I love the atmosphere. I am always super happy with the cuts, they take their time and add alot of detail. I would totally recommend this place .
Gloria replying to a comment from Vicky! / June 21, 2009 at 11:51 pm
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I think I just found a new regular salon.
Lush and Lavish @200 Ossington is in the hood so I decided to give it a go. The offer of a latte and magazine started off my time in the salon right.

After a quick consultation, Liz attacked the cut with such confidences and fearlessness, it was a bit of a blur. but she new exactly what i wanted in terms of shape and maintenance, and I ended up with an amazingly effortless haircut.

Also good to note they use high quality products (organic if you're into it) and have a loyalty program (!!!). And they are a full service spa so you can earn points with any of their services. AND i got a discount as a first time customer. Prices are super reasonable - Liz charges $45 for a cut.

I will definitely go back. BlogTO should definitely consider Lush and Lavish when they revisit this list.
tara / June 24, 2009 at 08:32 pm
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I used to get amazing haircuts from Jenn at W Lifestyle. She left in November, but I never got her contact info. If anyone knows of where she now works please let me know.
Thanks!!
Victoria replying to a comment from Karon / June 25, 2009 at 01:26 pm
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Can I ask you something, Karon? I am looking for a stylist in that area and I wonder if his techniques are the ones I am looking for. My hair was always cut in two steps. First, when it's wet, and then, after it is dried and styled my hairstylist would make it thinner by cutting it through with regular scissors, not those special ones. I keep having bad or ok experiences in Toronto since I moved here two years ago and I am not asking for something super difficult, I wear layers. Thanks.
Max replying to a comment from N8 / June 25, 2009 at 04:13 pm
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N8, did you go to see Laura? How was your haircut?
xyz / June 29, 2009 at 10:46 am
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I am looking for a place where I could get a good short haircut. Not too short thought, feminine…and one that I wouldn’t need to do much with...a good cut. I have tried couple places around the city...still haven’t found what I am used to and need.
any recommendations? Please help!!
joanne / June 30, 2009 at 11:15 am
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i've always had long straight hair and im finally ready to give it a facelift, i mean hairlift! i want to go for a bob cut but not sure where to go. i have typical asian hair - thin & no volume. can somebody recommend me to the best stylist ever?
mika replying to a comment from joanne / June 30, 2009 at 02:21 pm
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hi
you should check out Manny from FLaunt Boutique, he's great at bobs and he's great with asian type hair.
check out their website flauntboutique.ca
Steph replying to a comment from xyz / July 3, 2009 at 01:10 pm
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Nicole @ manzer hair is gerat with short hair. 416 691 4444
shawna replying to a comment from xyz / July 3, 2009 at 01:22 pm
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Come see me! I've been cutting hair for 6 years. Previously at coupe bizzarre I now work at brennen demelo studios at 316 adelaide street west.
I'm known for my feminine crops and fun pixie cuts and texturised bobs. Guaranteed if you don't love it, come back and I'll make it right.
I charge $75 for new clients.
416-301-1072
Michael Payne replying to a comment from Looking in the East / July 3, 2009 at 08:00 pm
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I've been to a lot of the upscale downtown hair salon's and Fuss is the best I've been to! I've been going there since they opened and it is unparralelled.

Much love to Kristin and Stacy!!!
Vikki replying to a comment from Gloria / July 6, 2009 at 08:00 pm
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First,I want to Gloria for posting her review of Liz from Lush & Lavish Hair Salon.I have just returned home from visiting Liz and I am thrilled with my cut and colour.

The staff at Lush & Lavish are warm and welcoming.I'm so tired of the prevailing 'attitude' that a lot of stylists have that they are somehow doing YOU a favour by cutting your hair.Liz listened to what I had to say then delivered EXACTLY what I asked for :) Too say I'm impressed would be an understatement ~ mind you,I have lived long enough to remember when great customer service actually existed.

So if you want to have an 'old school' experience,where the customer is King *lol* or Queen,try Lush & Lavish at 200 Ossington Ave - just south of Dundas St.W.

P.S The most reasonable rates I have found in the westend,a 15% discount for new customers AND a loyality program.
Mario Regina / July 7, 2009 at 12:39 am
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Cassandra is back in town!
Her unique styles blend that New York attitude with that hip Toronto flavor!
But for a limited time only!!!
Make your appointments now, she books up fast!!!!

Cassandra @the Colour Room
The Colour Room Hair Salon and Spa
416-762-6814
14 Jane Street
Toronto, ON
M6S 3Y2
Karon replying to a comment from Victoria / July 7, 2009 at 05:54 pm
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Victoria...he is very particular about the finished look. Rocky is an international stylist doing shows almost every weekend in many countries around the world. He would aim to please in what you are comfortable with. You should check out the salon while you are there...So classy. I just had a Pedi mani and facial...so wicked!
Good Luck.
Karon replying to a comment from joanne / July 7, 2009 at 05:56 pm
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See Rocky at Mane society in Thornhill the Center and Bathurst one.
International stylist with all the right moves with the scissors.... The salon is rocking to! Very lovely, sweet decore.
Mason replying to a comment from Nancy / July 9, 2009 at 09:41 am
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I just was reviewing some of these comments, and have to say , as a guy who has alway gone to a barber Fuss changed my ways!
When Fuss opened in the east end , I thought their look was cool, and decided to give them a try, that was a year ago, and I go back every 6 weeks I love the style I get, I always get comments on my cut, and how it looks amazing (I love it!), the staff are super, their space is always in metamorphasis,( a new spa has opened, not my thing but it looks super) I love what the designer has done to make the space feel so cool.
Stacey is the stylist I see , but I find myself enjoying conversation with Kristen and it has a very friendly clientelle. (some super cute customers hit those chairs :) )
Every time I have been there customers ahead of me in the chairs have all raved about how they love what was done, and I realize that I am 1 of those people.
I will preach that Fuss gave me my best haircut ever, and continues to be my spot of choice.
I now refer all the guys in the Meetup group there too.

Thanks,
Mason
meagan replying to a comment from Liz / July 14, 2009 at 09:13 pm
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Liz: RE: Harlots... oddly enough - i went to harlots once years ago and they butchered my hair as well. I left in tears after they gave me a bowl cut. I was devastated.
Sasha L. / July 17, 2009 at 05:56 pm
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Hi to all. I heard some of you guys talk about JIMMYS HAIR SALON, I went and tried jimmy the hair dresser there. He is outstanding and ya he did do want I ask of him. I got it highlighted and cut, wow great job he did. Yes you should try him. here is his #647-438-5105

enjoyyyyyyyy
Shyanne / July 21, 2009 at 06:03 pm
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Anybody know which one of these hair salons work VERY well with black people hair?
Please let me know ASAP!
Laurie / July 24, 2009 at 09:06 pm
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I am looking for a hair stylist that will look at my face shape and features and do the best hair cut to bring the best of me out, lol. For some reason, everywhere I have been, they need so much direction and they won't just go for it!!! I only experienced "being told" what to do once, at Wax Hair Salon with June. June gave me the best haircut I ever got. It was a long layered look, but the layers just fell SO perfectly on my face and held up shape so well, it was just amazing.

June left Wax (this was several years ago), and they wouldn't tell me where she where she went. Since then I have been coasting around, waiting for that WOW haircut to happen again, and it's just not happening!!!

Does anyone know of a stylist that is good at what they do, but can also look at features and personal style to help create a cohesive look? Sort of like what Nick Arrojo from What Not to Wear but in real life and not always short hair cuts, lol. :)

Sorry this is so long but if you know someone good please help me!!
Chris / July 27, 2009 at 04:52 pm
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I'm looking for a hair cut, however it's hard to find someone who does a good job, especially b/c I'm a guy. It seems some of the trendy salons snub you and would rather be cutting women's hair. I'm in my twenties with straight hair but it goes wavy if its a little to long (where I can't control where it goes). I'm looking for an edgier look (from the corporate) that I've got now. I've had a mini fo-hoc before but looking for something different. Any ideas on where to go in Toronto?
Lillian replying to a comment from Chris / July 27, 2009 at 05:09 pm
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Go see Rocky Vitelli at Mane society......does wonders with curly hair.
Mario Regina / July 27, 2009 at 10:23 pm
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Cassandra is the greatest! Once you go see her, you'll realize instantly why she's so in-demand!!!!! People have been leaving their regular stylists to see what she's all about and end up becoming not only regular clientele of hers.. but actual fans of her extraordinary styles. She's defenitely one in a million!!!!! See for yourself.

Cassandra @the Colour Room
The Colour Room Hair Salon and Spa
416-762-6814
14 Jane Street
Toronto, ON
M6S 3Y2
Jen / July 27, 2009 at 10:35 pm
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I recently got my hair bleached and it's totally damaged. I was referred by my friend to go to Philosophy at Yonge Street. Anyone been there or know any other place that may do wonders to my hair.
Dan replying to a comment from Chris / July 28, 2009 at 12:17 am
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I feel for you,
I'm also a twenty something male who was having a hard time finding a new salon. For years i shaved my head because i was sick and tired of going to the barber. but never felt comfortable in a salon. until i found a great hair dresser, her name is Shawna and she works at,
Brennen Demelo
316 Adelaide st. W

the place is welcoming and the staff is very friendly (unlike some of the snobby salons i have been to before). They are edgy and trendy but they listen to what you want. i have never been happier and tell everyone i know about her.
You will not be disappointed!!!
Mario Regina replying to a comment from Jen / July 28, 2009 at 02:41 am
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Just try this girl Cassandra and you'll understand what I'm talking about! You'll be referring everyone you know to her afterwards.

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Jaime replying to a comment from Jen / July 28, 2009 at 09:02 am
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Seriously this guy does wonders there is a reason why he is an international stylist and is called to Miami, Cancun, Texas...on a regular.
He just opened up a Salon with some partners..."Mane Society" off Centre street accross from Prominade Mall.

He can show you how to treat and recoupe your damaged hair while recreating that hotness all of us want...
Check out his web page first if you don't like check out the other talent....but this dude is wicked.
http://www.rockyvitelli.ca/
I would not waste my time searching the city when talent like this is right in front of you.
Check him out you wont be dissapointed, and he does a wicked job with guys too. Just visit the site and see for yourself.
Chris replying to a comment from Dan / July 28, 2009 at 09:36 am
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Do you know if Shawna works with short, fine hair? I don't have curly hair, it only gets a wave when it gets a little longer.
Dan replying to a comment from Chris / July 28, 2009 at 10:55 am
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She does...
I am luck enough to have a thick head of hair (for now at least). But a good friend of mine is not so lucky and up till about a year ago wore hats almost every time we went out.
He (finally) went to see Shawna and she did wonders.
He almost never wears a hat and he even tells me he has more confidence now bc he’s not worried about his hair.
Now im sure you’re not in the same boat as my buddy. Fine hair is different then loosing your hair but if she can help my friend. I’m sure Shawna will not have any problems giving you the cut you have been looking for.
Taylor / July 29, 2009 at 02:07 pm
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Does anyone know where Nicole from JC Salons moved to? I heard she opened up her own salon around Roncessvailes, but I can't find her.
Aidan / August 3, 2009 at 10:57 pm
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There is a new salon on Queen West called The Cabinet. It's on the corner at portland st. upstairs. My friend said it's open early august. It's people from the Lid Lounge starting something new.
JK / August 5, 2009 at 04:24 pm
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Hey I see that a lot of Guys are talking about Shawna and that's she's good with fine hair is she good with girls fine hair
I'm female and I've got thin fine hair and I'm wanting to find a good Stylist in Toronto I'm in north Scarborough but am willing to go out of the area to a stylist if necessary
My previous Stylist (in another country) had a knack of cutting my hair perfectly! I would say what I was aiming for eg more balanced look with my new specs and she would cut it so well. I want someone who is a good at cutting not at styling as I want to look good everyday not just when I walk out of the salon.
Any Suggestions
Alicia / August 8, 2009 at 04:15 pm
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I had a wonderful hairstylist named Rain at Donato Salon in Yorkdale, but she left a while back and i can't find her anywhere...the ppl at the salon won't help me! Does anyone know where she works now?
Amanda replying to a comment from JK / August 10, 2009 at 04:08 pm
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Hi JK, you should definetly try 'Jimmy's hair salon' he is in north york area and he's great with fine hair and all type of hair, he is that good. He's name is Jimmy and here i'll give you his number too 647-438-5105.
Try him , take care.
dohnjoe replying to a comment from krashTeste / August 10, 2009 at 07:33 pm
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krashTeste: is it because John is an asswipe?
johnnie replying to a comment from viki / August 14, 2009 at 08:34 am
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hey viki...try the magicians at navigate - www.navigatespace.ca 416 366 6020. try it, really.
johnnie replying to a comment from Laurie / August 14, 2009 at 08:36 am
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hey laurie, i would recommend one or another of the troupe at navigate. john is very skilled - revealing already there beauty, some say. great colour jobs and a uber lush environment. try it.

www.navigatespace.ca

416 366 6020
Mia replying to a comment from Fei / August 14, 2009 at 10:05 am
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I love Cooney for hair. Cooney and Yumiko really know how to cut Asian hair.
Puppy / August 14, 2009 at 01:30 pm
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Well He lives up to his hype! Rocky Vitelli, thank goodnees I found you!
He is so very good with new trends and lets you in on the style secrets that make doing your own hair sooooo much easier.
I would recommend him to anyone. If you check his web site you see he is international and loves to do curly hair and texture.
He is such a Gem. Check out his site and see for yourself.
www.rockyvitelli.com
he is at Main society by Promenade Mall.
Off Center street,
megan / August 20, 2009 at 12:16 pm
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I used to go to Toni and Guy and coupe until i tried the Brennen Demelo studio at 316 adelaide st. west
i will now be a lifer at this place
nicest staff...amazing hair cut...and super chilled out laid back attitude
the place also doubles as an art gallery so there is always something interesting to look at
check it out, last time i was in they had a special going on for students as well
dianne / August 20, 2009 at 03:18 pm
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Where to go for best blonde highlights in Toronto? I know Marcy at Shagg on Scollard is great.
BC / August 31, 2009 at 04:22 pm
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I'm 24, with slightly wavy brown hair (if its a bit longer than usual). I've got fine hair and am looking to get away from the corporate and/or fau-hawk look. I need someone that will say, i know just the style for you. My hair tends to be flat with no volume. I'm open to anything just tired of the corporate cut. Any suggestions on where to go, who to go with and why? No snobish salons (bad experience before).
BC / August 31, 2009 at 04:24 pm
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I'm also a guy which makes finding a place even more difficult as most people don't care how they end up cutting a guy's hair.
Anthony / September 2, 2009 at 01:02 am
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im 20 years old guy and new to toronto. I want to get a style that suits me best. Where should i go? i have brown short relatively thin hair
nicky / September 2, 2009 at 01:19 am
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hi,
i'm looking for a salon that cuts good hair, doens;t charge too much (i'm on a student budget). around 15-25 (preferably including a wash and blow dry) but if thats the cost for justt he cut, thats cool. I just need to find a reasonable person in markham, scarborough, north york or toronto. any suggestions???
Tara replying to a comment from BC / September 3, 2009 at 07:25 pm
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Hi there,
After reading your post, i thought you should check out flaunt boutique, they're really funky but down to earth, love doing hair and go beyond.
flauntboutique.ca
good luck
monkey replying to a comment from Jen / September 5, 2009 at 08:45 pm
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YES GO THERE, SHE HAS TWENTY+ YEARS EXPERIENCE IN COLOR. EVEN IF SHE CAN'T DO ANYTHING SHE WILL TELL YOU THE TRUTH AND NOT JUST TAKE YOUR MONEY. HER NAME IS SANDRA BY THE WAY.
Chloe / September 6, 2009 at 09:57 am
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Markis at Coupe Bizzare is the best in hair coloring. Markis has been doing my hair colors and highlights for many years and proud that I've known him. He's such a nice guy that offers you with great service! If you're desperate in fixing the bad texture on your hair due to overcoloring - come and see MARKIS at COUPE BIZZARE! He works wonders with any hair types and work with you for the best hair color that suits you...
freakluver replying to a comment from Judy / September 6, 2009 at 10:17 am
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Earth at 92 scolland is a little hidden gem.

I have a friend who works there, and I was talking to him and a few other hair dresser friends of mine about what I wanted to do with my hair. And I decided to try Earth out.

Michael is the owner, and of course has the most experience. I had my color done by Jessica, she was a really sweet girl. It was my first time dying my hair EVER! So she took my hair into her capable hands and I came out with a nice rinse color.

My cut was done by Christian who as any professional hairstylist should, listened to me and my wants. Everyone there was so hospitible. I don't drink coffee. But every single person that worked there noticed I had nothing in my hands would ask me if I wanted anything to drink.

It was my first time there and I felt very welcomed. The owner himself thanked me for coming to them. Needless to say I'm going back there again to get my roots touched up.

I feel that each person there is a professional and enjoys what they are doing. You walk in and get the feeling that they really care about the customer.
Krystle / September 6, 2009 at 11:00 am
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Earth at 92 scolland is a little hidden gem.

I have a friend who works there, and I was talking to him and a few other hair dresser friends of mine about what I wanted to do with my hair. And I decided to try Earth out.

Michael is the owner, and of course has the most experience. I had my color done by Jessica, she was a really sweet girl. It was my first time dying my hair EVER! So she took my hair into her capable hands and I came out with a nice rinse color.

My cut was done by Christian who as any professional hairstylist should, listened to me and my wants. Everyone there was so hospitible. I don't drink coffee. But every single person that worked there noticed I had nothing in my hands would ask me if I wanted anything to drink.

It was my first time there and I felt very welcomed. The owner himself thanked me for coming to them. Needless to say I'm going back there again to get my roots touched up.

I feel that each person there is a professional and enjoys what they are doing. You walk in and get the feeling that they really care about the customer.
Mary Anne replying to a comment from Shelagh / September 10, 2009 at 11:15 am
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want to share your hair dressers name and number ?
Daniela / September 10, 2009 at 02:22 pm
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Just got my hair done at Fuss with a friend. We both got exactly what we wanted and the atmosphere was really chill. Very personable and friendly. Definitely would go back! Stacey did my hair and she did a fantastic job.
Erin / September 14, 2009 at 01:04 pm
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I just went to Fuss a few weeks ago. It was recommened by a co worker who has been going there for about a year.She loves it. She sees Kristin and says that she has never had anyone listen to what she wanted like kristin does. I totally agree, I see exactly what my friend was talking about. Kristin is seriously one of the most amazing stylists in the city. Not only does she listen, she is great to talk to and also explains eveything she is doing so you can do it at home!!! I loved it. Not only that but all the clients and stylists we joking and laughing with each other. The friendly vibe was so chill i actually had a really good time. I felt like I was out with friends instead of being at a hair salon. All the other people were enjoying the cuts they were getting too. I know I'll keep going back there. Go to fuss you wont regret it.
Ella / September 16, 2009 at 10:30 pm
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I really happy with Figaro Hair Salon and really recommend it!

I do my hair color and cut at this place and have a lot of compliments
More info you can find at their site
figarosalon.com
Ria / September 18, 2009 at 03:02 pm
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I recently was at St. lawrence market and went to the new hair place on front st., hairstying in the buff, great service and very good job for threading my eyebrows and blow drying my hair. loved it.
Sarah replying to a comment from Taylor / September 21, 2009 at 02:08 pm
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I have been searching for Nicole too! First I went to Gabriel, then he opened his own salon and no one would tell me where. Then i went to Nicole for almost 3 years and when I called to book an appointment Johnnys wife said that she had been fired (AS IF she was the best). Pls let me know if u find her!
Susan replying to a comment from Ria / September 22, 2009 at 02:54 pm
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Thanks for the tip, great place. 117 front street E, Hairstyling in the buff, love the name;-)
Warren / October 5, 2009 at 03:14 pm
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So much to choose from downtown but I'm in a dude in Scarborough. Anybody know of a decent hair salon in East Toronto? I've been to Yorkville's Shagg Salon and had a decent cut from Ryan but would like to try someone different for comparison. I'm currently in an asymmetrical shoulder length rocker phase.
Joe Conforzi / October 5, 2009 at 03:27 pm
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You have to make it out to STRUT.

its at Queen & Bathurst. its a convertied loft and has an amazing, nostalgic vibe to the whole experience. Offered drinks when I came in, the two stylists were very friendly. Best haircut I've ever gotten really.

check it out
LEK / October 8, 2009 at 08:09 pm
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I've just had my hair cut by Rose at Brennen Demelo for the second time and I can't recommend her highly enough. I didn't really know what I wanted but she listened to my vague descriptions and gave me the best cut I've ever had. Both times I've walked out feeling like a million dollars. Not only that, she's really lovely to chat to.
Astrid / October 13, 2009 at 02:19 pm
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I am looking for a hair stylist in one of the following areas - East York, Danforth (greektown area) or the beaches. I have curly hair that has been through alot of stylists that don't seem to know what they are doing and I really need someone who can cut curly hair.
AlphaKitty / October 15, 2009 at 09:59 pm
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I've just made an appointment with Tony at Bob & Paige for tomorrow. Has anyone had any cuts by him? It will be my first time there and i'm feeling nervous... as all ladies do when trying out a new stylist.
Astrid / October 16, 2009 at 08:38 am
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Actually a friend of mine recommended him and I am thinking of trying Tony at Bob & Paige as well. Let us know how it goes!!
SuzyQ / October 16, 2009 at 11:55 pm
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Hi! I'm a woman with super fine curly/frizzy that is thinning. I'm used to keeping it long but need a change that's hip and easy to manage. I keep seeing comments about and from Shawna...can anyone tell me if she is good with fine hair? Help my hair is a freakin' disaaaaaaaaaster! How far in advance is an appointment with her necessary?
AlphaKitty replying to a comment from Astrid / October 17, 2009 at 08:59 am
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I went for my cut with Tony of Bob + Paige yesterday... it was actually a 'fix it' haircut, as i had gotten my nice sleek bob butchered only a few days earlier. Tony did a good fix it up job! It's hard to fully assess his possible greatness as all i can focus on is my sad bob. He DID make it look much better than it was though (it was cut into a weird shag by other stylist). I'll probably try him again for my next haircut to see how it goes.
Vauren Balfi / October 17, 2009 at 03:22 pm
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Veri pleasant walking by to this salon.Dragan was so good.I will stop by more often.
http://www.draganhair.com
Lisa647 / October 19, 2009 at 05:41 pm
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Hey there!! Need some recommendations for mid-length asian hair. I want a hairstylists that knows how to cut long hair and give it some umph it desperately needs. Thanks.
johnh / October 21, 2009 at 12:12 am
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I used to go to House of Lords and I've had pretty bad experiences with my hair. My last two cuts have been quite bad so I'm thinking of finding a new place to go. I'd like to get an actual hair cut not just hack job like the last few times. Sigh. Anyone recommened anywhere? Oh yea I'm a guy with pretty thick unmanageable asian hair. I'm just fed up with never getting a hair cut that I actually like. I'm looking at $20-$40 range.
Maria / October 21, 2009 at 02:50 pm
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I honestly have no luck with my hair, ive gone to Natural Solutions, Image Makeover downtown and NO LUCK. i had 1 great experience at image makeover downtown and when i went back to the same girl to do a fill my hair started to BREAK and i had no choice but to dye my hair ALL DARK. So un happy. I need someone good who knows hair and is a professional im not lying in the past 6 months i have wasted about 400 dollars, image makeover two times at 150 a visit so thats 300 plus tip i always leave, and i went to Donato recently for a full colour and AGAIN they did such a crappy job my hair is multicoloured once again so figure so that was another 100 bux! please help me find a good place to go in toronto! thanks everyone!
Monica / October 21, 2009 at 10:10 pm
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Does anyone know a stylist who can give me a haircut similiar to this wig?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Long-Straight-Layered-Black-Auburn-salon-Wigs-hair-c7_W0QQitemZ350265799456QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_CSA_MWA_Wigs_Extensions?hash=item518d77f320
Monica / October 21, 2009 at 10:19 pm
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Here's another link from e-bay (in case the link above no longer exists):

http://cgi.ebay.com/Long-Layered-Black-Auburn-salon-wigs-hair-care-7C_W0QQitemZ350259996229QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_CSA_MWA_Wigs_Extensions?hash=item518d1f6645
monkey replying to a comment from Maria / October 25, 2009 at 10:16 pm
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Hi there: I understand your frustration. Try Philosophy salon on yonge st. They can fix anything and if they can't cause your hair will suffer for it, they will be honest. Good luck.
Wells / October 28, 2009 at 10:24 pm
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I have always had very long hair, so I have recently decided to cut it very short. I'm looking for a stylist that can manage a decent edgy look. ANY suggestions would really help. Has anyone heard of Paul Pecorello, Tony Chaar, Robin Barker, or O Sole (salons)?? Please!
M replying to a comment from Wells / November 2, 2009 at 12:59 am
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I just went to Fringe for the first time last week and they did a great job on my hair. The stylist who did my hair was Leslie. She gave me a style that was edgy, versatile, and easy to manage. I would highly recommend checking out Fringe for a fresh edgy cut.
Chris / November 3, 2009 at 11:20 am
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Hello,

I've got fine hair with a slight wave to it; I am really looking for a different cut. I've done the fauhauk thing before and the messy look but kind of looking for something new and not boxy like a corporate cut. My hair doesn't grow much and only need a cut every 3 months, so when I get a hack job it takes long to recover. It's hard to find a place that actually cares about guy's hair. They usually do a standard cut, nothing special. I'm tired of going to salons getting shit service, paying an arm and a leg and feeling like I don't belong there. All I'm looking for is a good cut, not into the snutty salons. Any ideas where to go in Toronto?
Maria / November 3, 2009 at 11:35 am
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Hey !

Has anyone been to salon SOHO at Sherway Gardens?
I need something done with my hair, ive been everyone and i am not happy with any of the services ive gotten by far. if anyone hasv been there let me know a bit more about it and how it was and who you would suggest ive become extremely picky now, enough is enough! Thanks so much!
E replying to a comment from Maria / November 3, 2009 at 12:13 pm
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I used to go there often, for cuts, styling, and highlights. The dye job was nice and I;d say Zofia is the person to ask for( if she's still there) but for the prices, the cuts weren;t memorable. They do a nice job but they don't amaze.
Gerard replying to a comment from Chris / November 4, 2009 at 12:11 pm
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Hey Chris, I've been going to see Manny at Flaunt for quite sometime now and always happy with his cuts. I agree it is rare to find someone who enjoys cutting mens hair. Most stylist I've come across prefer working on women because they pay more. Anyway, check him out..
ladyla replying to a comment from Jen / November 6, 2009 at 11:42 am
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Oskar (Oskar on Scollard Hair Studio) is a colour expert- if you've had your hair messed up by an inexperienced colourist before he can bring it back to the colour you really want and also work towards restoring its condition. Ethan, a stylist is great, really listens and gives a great cut. If you google the salon they have had great reviews.
Andrew / November 8, 2009 at 05:29 pm
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A very understated, yet high quality hair salon on Queen St. West is The Elite Image Salon. Linda or Kim will provide exceptional service and quality ... many of their customers I've met have been going there for years.

Red / November 9, 2009 at 02:01 pm
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2 questions....
1. Anyone know where Nikki from Ritual Salon has moved on to?
2. Grateful Head was recommended to me, which stylist should I ask for? Preferably budget conscious pricing.
Sohf / November 9, 2009 at 02:04 pm
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Ever heard of Brennen Demelo studio? I'm thinking of going there for something short and stylish... any thoughts?
Ashley / November 10, 2009 at 05:49 pm
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I was going to Salon Daniel SOHO for the last year and a half and had Melissa cut and style my hair. Melissa was truly the best hairstylist I have had yet. I Called to book an appointment back in July and found out she had left unexpectedly. It seems like a long-shot but does anyone know where she went?
Isabel / November 13, 2009 at 12:19 pm
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For anyone looking for a good black hair salon, I had a fantastic experience at Azan's! Super friendly, great service, great hair. I tried out Urban Texture's recently and the service was laughably bad. I'm still awaiting a response from the owner about some issues that came up--three weeks and counting. I don't expect I'll ever hear from him. I would definitely recommend Azan's to anyone.
BONNIE / November 14, 2009 at 02:55 pm
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“They provide a comfortable atmosphere, great service, and good prices. Ernesto (owner and stylist)is award-winning and understanding of his clients' personal needs.” Amy

“If you tell the colorist Dino you want highlights he will tell you honestly if he thinks your hair is right for them. He won’t just take your money knowing you might be unhappy with the results.” Bonnie
BONNIE / November 14, 2009 at 02:56 pm
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“They provide a comfortable atmosphere, great service, and good prices. Ernesto (owner and stylist)is award-winning and understanding of his clients' personal needs.” Amy

“If you tell the colorist Dino you want highlights he will tell you honestly if he thinks your hair is right for them. He won’t just take your money knowing you might be unhappy with the results.” Bonnie
laura replying to a comment from BONNIE / November 15, 2009 at 11:53 am
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Yes I have been to Salon Solis on Yonge St downtown Toronto and been to Ernesto and Dino and they are abosulty the best hairstylist in Toronto. They will tell you exactly what you need. I highly recommend them and their staff are excellent. Everyone is so friendly> They have a great salon on the second floor with a great balcony view of Yonge St. You can check out their website www.salonsolis.com
Matt / November 15, 2009 at 06:39 pm
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A friend of mine got her hair styled at Static in Thornhill, and her hair was burnt so badly with the hot iron she has broken hairs all over her head. When you find a good salon stick with it. It will take her at least a year to grow out the damage.
Matt replying to a comment from Puppy / November 15, 2009 at 06:43 pm
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Stay away from Static on Atkinson by Promenade. A friend of mine got her hair burned with iron she is left with broken hairs all over her head. It will take her a year to grow out the damage.
Jennifer / November 16, 2009 at 02:52 pm
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Istilo - University and Elm. Hair stylist: Tess - no bs, knows her stuff.
viv / November 17, 2009 at 01:19 pm
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hi all,

i am torn between which salon to go to...

here is my case,

i am growing my hair for a wig for my mother, and finally, it has reached a point that needs to be cut as it reached my bum. I will cut it chin length and let it grow again for another pony tail for the wig, so i need a good cut as i'll be stuck with it for a year.

I am looking for a stylish, modern yet classic and feminine cut (just cut, no colour) as i am in my mid-twenties and work in a bank. i can't have anything too punk rockish.. or my boss when send me home....

my price range is around 60 - 100 bucks... even over 100 is ok... as long as i get a realllly goood cut & service

here are my choices so far:
- Parlour salon
- W lifestyle
- Navigate space
- bob & paige
- Essensuals
- John Steinberg and Associates

any comments or suggestions for other salons are welcome and appreciated!!

thanks all!
bonnie replying to a comment from viv / November 17, 2009 at 03:50 pm
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Go to Salon Solis. www.salonsolis.com they are amazing
viv replying to a comment from bonnie / November 19, 2009 at 10:11 am
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thanks for your reply.

any idea which stylist i should i go to for a stylish, modern yet classic and feminine cut?

bonnie replying to a comment from viv / November 19, 2009 at 04:15 pm
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Go see Ernesto he is the owner and does the best hair cuts in toronto. He works on all the top models. He is 80 for a cut well worth the money and Dino does the best hair color.
nikol replying to a comment from Shelagh / November 20, 2009 at 10:58 pm
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Check yourself before you misrepresent, Coupe Bizzarre does Not charge based on gender. Same price male or female, different price student or not student.
Claudia replying to a comment from Shelagh / November 21, 2009 at 10:24 am
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Hi,

I have been searching for a good hair stylist for months and end up always having to pay top $ for a good haircut. Can you please pass on the phone number of your stylist.

Thanks
Antonia / November 22, 2009 at 02:00 pm
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The only reason these stylists charge so much is because they're downtown and pay top dollar for rent. My stylist and colourist are awesome and he's located in Vaughan...total strangers have stopped me in the mall to ask me where I've gotten my hair done. I think it's ridiculous to charge someone 400 dollars for highlights and a haircut. I've been to Adrienne Foley and Civello..I can honestly say my hair looks exactly the same when my stylist does it. I pay 120 for a full head of highlights and 30 for a blowdry...if you feel 300 to 400 is reasonable then knock yourself out.
N replying to a comment from Shelagh / November 23, 2009 at 03:35 am
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They charge you more because you have more hair and generally women also want more complicated cuts. If a man came in with long hair, he too would get charged more.
Eva / November 23, 2009 at 12:16 pm
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I'm fairly new to Toronto. Does anyone know of a good place to get great BLONDE HIGHLIGHTS?? Looking for a pale yellow blonde, not brassy orange!! Someone with lots of experience with blonde hair. Any suggestions??? Thanks.
Marissa P / November 23, 2009 at 02:05 pm
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Hi everyone!

Has anyone been to salon Soho at Sherway Gardens? Whats the age group of stylist there? Young girls or more on the older side?
Also, if you have been there for colour and a cutt or even highlites who would you recommed? im extremely picky wit my hair! my hair dresser of many years moved away to alberta so i need someone who is very good and professional! thanks all!
JK / November 23, 2009 at 05:04 pm
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Hi
I just want to say I tried Jimmy's Hair Salon in North York as was recommended I'm very pleased with my cut. My old Hairdresser had worked out the right look for me and I needed some one who would appreciate that and be able to cut appropriately
I was complimented on my hair cut for weeks after he did it
He does what you want and makes it an enjoyable experience Definitely give him a try!
Martin Gore replying to a comment from Shelagh / November 23, 2009 at 05:29 pm
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They charge more for girls because they are smelly, talk constantly, are insecure and directionless and take far more maintenance to deal with. Girls should be charged even more still. I would only cut men's hair, if I had a choice. They just sit there and take it. With girls its bla bla bla bla, mindless bla bla bla.
Simon replying to a comment from Red / November 24, 2009 at 11:54 am
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Nikki was awesome, but I have no idea where she went. Ritual seems to have a revolving door when it comes to staff. If anyone knows where Nikki went, please advise.

I've been going to Brionie at Parlour (Queen and Ossington) and she rocks! It's a little on the pricey side, but totally worth it.
viv replying to a comment from bonnie / November 25, 2009 at 11:54 am
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Hi,

i am wondering if u know the business hours of salon solis?

i sent them an email and didnt get a reply for the last 2 days.......

i'm starting to have doubts about this salon...........
Jenn replying to a comment from m / November 28, 2009 at 11:18 am
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If you are ever in the west end, the Junction, check out Hair Sprung. They specialize in curly hair! www.hairsprung.com, or 416 766 1234
Jenn replying to a comment from m / November 28, 2009 at 11:19 am
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if you are ever in the west end, the Junction, go check out Hair Sprung- they specialize in curly hair! 416 766 1234 www.hairsprung.com
Chas. / December 4, 2009 at 10:11 am
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Who gets the vote for best womens colourist?
Chas. replying to a comment from Antonia / December 4, 2009 at 10:13 am
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Which salon in Vaughan?
monkey / December 7, 2009 at 03:53 pm
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First of all, it's rediculous for anyone to think that haircuts and hair colour is based on downtown realestate. It is based on the experience of the hairdresser/colourist. If they are charging more money because their rent is high the proof will be in the outcome. The reality is that most hairdressers who are career oriented come to the big city. More people, more creative inspiration, more fashion, etc. Finding someone who is good in a smaller area is like finding a needle in a haystack. They might exist but mostly they are an urban legend. After all, good hair is also a matter of taste.
melissa replying to a comment from Ashley / December 10, 2009 at 01:48 am
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Yup it's me!

I've moved to Ritual on King west. But check out my website to e-mail me! www.melissamckenzie.com tks.
Jess / December 10, 2009 at 01:52 am
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I started seeing Melissa Mckenzie at Salon Daniel Soho and the she moved to Wax, now she's at Ritual on King! I'd follow that girl anywhere! Honestly guy's, she's one of the best hair stylists I've ever had and she really listens and makes you feel like her friend. Plus her blowdry's are amazing! I think she has her own website too it's melissamckenzie.com
Rosa replying to a comment from Ria / December 10, 2009 at 01:22 pm
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totally agree, great job on my hair. genuinely nice and caring!
Rosa replying to a comment from Ria / December 10, 2009 at 01:23 pm
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oops! at hairstyling in the buff
Samantha / December 10, 2009 at 04:37 pm
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I have been getting my hair cut by Jodi at Coupe Bizzarre for around 6 or more years now. She is completely lovely, has taken me from short to long and back and I have always loved my hair cuts. She will listen to any requests, or will improvise if you let her do whatever she wants. Avoid Rocky, he is rude & chopped off my long hair without telling me. Francis and Debbie are great for colour, Markis did an ok job too.
MC replying to a comment from Chas. / December 12, 2009 at 10:42 am
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Rose at Ritual is A-MA-Zing!!! She never dissapoints!!
Daniel / December 16, 2009 at 07:39 pm
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Im not really one to spend money on my hair but my gf always bothers me to leave my 15$ barber to come see her stylist in yorkville. I finally gave in and honeslty i did notice a diference the guy gave my the best head massage iv ever had and he did my haircut without any machines and didnt drasticly change my hair but really cleaned me up nice. I was surprised he put my barber to shame and i think ill be seeing him from now on. his name is matthew genser and he works at raffaellos salon on yorkville avenue. he charges 80 for women and 40 for men and gives you 10$ of each time you refer someone to him. I highly reccomend him!!!
TM replying to a comment from Gloria / December 18, 2009 at 12:51 pm
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Thanks so much for your kind words Gloria! We're very excited that Lush & Lavish Salon Spa just made the best spa list! We're very grateful to everyone for their support and votes, it's just topped off an amazing 1st year for us. Here's hoping we make the next best salon list too!

If anyone is looking for a salon that offers zero-low ammonia colour services, please check out Lush & Lavish @ 200 Ossington Ave (ph:647-343-6001). We introduced a new ammonia free colour line in September that's producing amazing results in shine & longevity. Plus, the line includes a new technology that significantly reduces the processing time!
ashely / December 18, 2009 at 08:18 pm
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can anyone tell me where melissa mckenzie from salon daniel has gone? she did my extensions and she was so fast and they stayed in forever!!
matthew / December 18, 2009 at 08:26 pm
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i dont know where melissa from salon daniel went but i do know theres a hairdresser named david who works at raffaellos salon down the street 136 yorkville and he is amazing at extentions extremely friendly fast and straight up. i send him all my clients who need extentions and havent had one complaint :)
Jen replying to a comment from ashely / December 20, 2009 at 10:20 pm
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Yup, she moved to Ritual on King. But she does extension's at her place as well, that's where she does mine. I've had them done twice by her and I totally agree she is super fast. She has her own website that's what helped me find her, it's melissamckenzie.com
Jacob A replying to a comment from Andy / December 23, 2009 at 12:24 pm
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Adrian is at Hair 2 inc 98 Scollard http://www.hair2inc.com/
jess replying to a comment from cheeekycritter / December 27, 2009 at 01:00 am
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i go to melissa for my hair extensions. she lives in liberty village and does my hair at her place. you could try her, if you needed extensions. melissamckenzie.com
paul replying to a comment from Laurie / January 2, 2010 at 09:46 am
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Hey Laurie,

Check out navigate. The team there is exceptional. Each visit is all about you...they will tell you what's what and then expertly deliver exactly what is you NEED.

navigatespace.ca
paul replying to a comment from Maria / January 2, 2010 at 09:48 am
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maria, that sort of sucks. You might want to check out navigatespace - if even for a consultation. They are straightforward and honest.

jenny / January 2, 2010 at 02:00 pm
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i finally found someone who can cut my curly hair properly !!!!!!!!!!
www.matthewgenserslikeacircle.com

he's a little punky looking but does an excellent job!!
jen / January 9, 2010 at 11:26 am
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does anyone know where charlotte is now? she use to work at coupe bizarre, but left, and i can't find her! she always did a great job on my hair... :(
Charlotte / January 16, 2010 at 09:15 am
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Any recommendations for a junior stylist (charges $50 or less) in the Queen West/ Parkdale area? I'm looking for someone who listens, is fun funky, and has a sense of style and what looks great on a person.
Thanks.
matthew replying to a comment from Charlotte / January 18, 2010 at 12:46 am
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hey charlotte i usually charge 80 but im having a special right now im giving first time clients 20 off there first cut so it be 60. after that anytime u refer me someone ill give you 10 off a cut. so send me three ppl and your cut will be 50$ send me 8 and it will be free. im very comfortable with cutting and ill do whatever you'd like. i work on 136 yorkville ave at raffaellos only fridays and saturdays. mon-thurs im in markham at spellbound.
Leesa replying to a comment from Charlotte / January 20, 2010 at 09:10 am
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Hi Charlotte!
This is Leesa from The Cabinet Salon (formerly Coupe/Steinbergs)
Hope i can help.
We have a brand new spot for you to check out, and in the area your interested in (Queen W).
It's an incredible space, laid back, professional and stylish.
Cuts are $50 for men/women.
I've got lot's of experience, and love new clients. http://www.thecabinetsalon.com/
lisa / January 26, 2010 at 10:58 am
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Dino at Salon Solis Rocks. Best Haircolorist in the City. He does the best blonde highlists. check out their website. www.salonsolis.com
Anita / January 26, 2010 at 12:24 pm
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Hey everyone!

I go to FOLINO hair salon at YORKDALE, my girl who does my hair is Josie, she is amazing at what she does, she listens to wha you want and she is there to make your hair look good not butcher your hair like some hair dressers do! Shes not that expensive but not that cheap either, shes average, for a color and cutt and style i paid just a bit over 100 bux to me thats cheap considering what i have paid and what has happened to my hair in the past, she managed to fix it and now its all shiny, healthy and ready for blonde highlights for the summer! Trust me she's worth the visit! Call and check her schedule, shes usually booked to the max! Good luck and hope your experience is as good as mine has been!
n.a. replying to a comment from Andy / January 27, 2010 at 07:30 pm
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for the person looking for adrian from jie, he's now at hair 2 on scollard. they are fabulous for anyone with very textured/difficult hair.
Dianne / January 29, 2010 at 02:59 pm
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Does anyone know where Ray Hemsley has gone? He's the only one who's ever cut my hair FABULOUSLY. He started at Sassoons and then had his own place.
Robb replying to a comment from MizzMonsta / January 30, 2010 at 08:31 pm
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I too just went to International Hair Design today and I had a great experience. It's very affordable for guys who need to get their hair cut often, at $20 for a cut with their jr. stylist (mine was Miranda), which also includes a neck massage and a free trim between cuts. They've also got some great reggae beats which is a refreshing change to the regular salon.

www.inihairdesign.com
Marie / February 11, 2010 at 09:29 am
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You can find 4 great, super talented stylists at Oskar on Scollard Hair Studio. Oskar, a colourist for 14 years, has rounded up some of the best talent he's worked with throughout his career and brought them all onto his team; Tim McClean (formerly of Philosphy Salon), Ethan Dann (from Fiorio)and Byron Salazar (Salvatore Leonetti & Salon Daniel). The salon is beautiful and service is excellent but the vibe is laid-back and welcoming. These guys love what they do and do it the best.
www.oskaronscollard.com
julie / February 11, 2010 at 05:59 pm
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Last time I had a hair cut by Tim McClean all he talked about was his love for photography... not hair. So guess how my hair cut turned out?

Needless to say, try Bruce or Bill @ philosophy.
oksana / February 15, 2010 at 03:43 pm
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Casey @ Brennen Demelo Studio is fantastic. I have super long hair + have a very hard time trusting anyone to deal with my hair properly. He did an amazing job!
Natasha / February 19, 2010 at 01:43 am
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Hairstylist, Make-up Artist & Photographer required for I Am So FAB-YOU-LOUS Beauty Make-over & Photoshoot. If you are interested please email info@woahsalons.com or visit http://www.woahsalons.com
TMB / February 20, 2010 at 04:41 pm
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Just got back from W Lifestyle, and got a fabulous cut done by Nina.

I have very fine, thin hair and she did a great job with it. I would recommend her to all of my friends.
Jude / February 21, 2010 at 12:33 pm
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Tim McClean gave me the worst haircut of my life. I have a precision haircut. The guy can't cut a straight line. My fringe wasn't even straight. Now he's a Oskars? Best wishes,at least I won't have to see him at his former salon anymore.That would have felt awkward.
shesascorpio / February 24, 2010 at 09:17 pm
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does anyone know Marika from house of lords??? she left in 2008 and i lost her email address...she did the most amazing wash, cut, blow dry and style...i need to find her
matthew / March 2, 2010 at 05:51 pm
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Hello everyone my names Matthew and I work out of Markham mon-thurs at spellbound inside First Markham Place and fri-sat at Raffaellos in Yorkville. i specialize in cut and colour. right now Im offering 20$ off your first cut and after that each time you refer me a friend I will credit you 10$ off your next cut so if you send me enough people I'll cut your hair for free! feel free to check out my website. I'v ranked 4rth in ontario for womens cut and style last year and 4rth in mens cuts this year at the ABA. My goal is to give you the cut YOU would like!
thanks!
Mimi / March 5, 2010 at 12:03 am
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I want to get my hair coloured. My natural hair colour is black. I need my hair to look exactly like this photo. Do you know anyone that can do this? It must look just like the photo or I will seriously walk out of the door without paying. Anyone up for the challenge? If I find that one super hair stylist that can cut and colour I will be returning every month for a touch up!
Steph / March 7, 2010 at 10:02 am
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went to GLAM. worst dye job EVER. SO disappointed. NICE PEOPLE THOUGH!

why isnt Civello on the list?!
Stacy / March 12, 2010 at 02:59 pm
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Just last week I had the greatest experience at Flaunt Boutique!
Joyce replying to a comment from Stacy / March 18, 2010 at 02:49 pm
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I would like to warn you about the worst hairdresser at a Salon in the GTA. Do not go to Mohjan at Natural Solutions at the Markville Mall. Not only did she cut more layers on the right side than the left, but when I came back to get it fixed she almost had me in tears saying that I was imagining it, or that it was the fault of my hair. I have ramrod straight asian oriental hair! I know when one side is longer than the other. I was so upset I had to hold back tears. She was the stereotypical scary hairdresser weilding sharp scissors. After spending a total of $60.00 at that place, I'm going elsewhere to get my hair fixed.
Jennifer / March 22, 2010 at 06:06 pm
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I'd like to nominate Civello salon on Yonge street as one of the best in the city. I frequent this salon every 5-6 weeks, getting a cut and colour every time, and a massage and/or facial, mani, pedi every other time. All thanks to the wicked gift card promo they do at x-mas (buy a gift card, get one at equal value for FREEE!!! This means I can pretend to be a true Rosedale princess)
I've tried a few different people there, but I can honestly say that I've clicked and connected with Samina for my cuts (she is "the hair whisperer" in my life), and Lauren for my colour (thanks to her understanding that I just want natural looking colour).
The staff at the salon is incredibley kind and helpful. I love the massages before my haircut, and the wonderful assistants give a killer hand massage while my colour processes.
If you're looking to commit to a consistent salon, make an appointment here.
Jane replying to a comment from Maria / March 24, 2010 at 10:55 am
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I feel with you- I have to say I did try 3 salons in the last 2 month and all of them made me very
unhappy : Nino, En Vogue and Civello- It started with Nino who was very eager to perm my hair and they totally burn it, after that I tried En Vogue – they did a better job but I guess the damage was already there so was hard to see the changes, and the last was Civello – they tried also to correct the damages created earlier but the color came out terrible- so I spent more than $700 and the most expensive was Nino who actually started the downhill with coloring, perm, etc. My experience is very unfortunate I believe I would have had a better option if I would just buy the color from Shoppers but I though going to a professional they would know what to do in a long term.
Maria / March 24, 2010 at 11:16 am
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Jane,

Im so sorry to hear that, i know your pain though ive been through it and having to search for a new salon sux someone who u can trust! i have two salons u can try with great PROFESSIONAL stylist.

1st salon is FOLINO HAIR SALON AT YORKDALE MALL
stylist name: JOSIE

Shes amazing at everything, cutting, colour and highlights, she listens to what YOU want and will advise you before hand if she doesn't think she can do it cuz example damaged hair etc.. but she will tell you wha she thinks and if its a good idea or not shes honest, not very pricey too.

2ND SALON is COLOUR CENTRAL HAIR STUDIO
LOCATED AT 8150 Yonge st west
STYLIST: EHSAN

i havent experienced him myself but i have two friends who have been going to him for many years and refuse anyone else and everytime he does their hair it comes out AMAZING. I have yet to go to him but i like to stick to my hair dresser Josie shes amazing and caring.

Let me know if you do decide to go to either and i hope u have a better experience.
Take Care
Carla replying to a comment from Antonia / March 24, 2010 at 01:23 pm
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Antonia, which salon in Vaughan? Does anyone have any recommendations for a great stylist on the west-end or Vaughan who is great with long hair?
suzanne / March 24, 2010 at 03:30 pm
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Anyone knows of a good hairdresser in Markham/Unionville?
Charles / March 24, 2010 at 03:41 pm
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Can anyone recommend a stylist that can do a good mens'cut in the sub $50 range. Somebody mentioned Debbie at John Steinberg. Any other recommendations?

Thanks
Kevin / March 24, 2010 at 03:45 pm
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I go to Melissa at Ritual2 salon on king, I pay $40. She's great and has a website where you can see her work. www.melissamckenzie.com
Warren replying to a comment from Charles / March 24, 2010 at 04:14 pm
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I highly recommend Violet, co-owner of Bob+Paige Salon in Greektown. It's #14 on the BlogTO list of salons, but I've been to salons higher on the list and been greatly disappointed. I've seen her twice in a row now and have no plans on cheating on her with another stylist. $40 men's wash/cut.
Charles / March 25, 2010 at 02:04 pm
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Thanks Kevin and Warren.
I cut my hair at least once every 5 weeks. I'm trying to get together a good list of stylists to try out over the next few months.

Anybody have any other suggestions? Hopefully I get lucky and the first one I try is the one I stick with.
Kathy / March 25, 2010 at 09:03 pm
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Does anyone know anyone who does hair extensions from their home?
Chantelle / March 25, 2010 at 09:07 pm
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Yup! I go to Melissa she's been doing mine for 2years now, I get fusion.
melissamckenzie.com is her own website, she used to do mine at Salon Daniel but they charged me $1500 so I asked if she'd do them at home, since then I pay wayy less.
Warren replying to a comment from Kathy / March 25, 2010 at 09:11 pm
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Use Craigslist if you wanna have your hair done on the cheap. Let's not dilute this best Salon list with such irrelevance.
kathy replying to a comment from Warren / March 25, 2010 at 09:18 pm
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Hey Warren,
Sorry, that's my fault for not giving enough information. It's not about "having my hair done on the cheap". It's about finding a reputable stylist who does hair extensions and has a good standing in doing them. I don't go to "craigslist" because most of them are not even hair stylists. I came here to ask because I trust this blog with it's recommendations. Hair extensions are very expensive and as someone who get's them done often, I want a skilled practitioner as well as paying less than $1500.
I believe this forum was designed to find such people, whom are reputable.
But thank you very much Warren for being concerned about the type of questions asked. I am certain your mediation is appreciated by all.

Also, thanks Chantelle! That's exactly what I was looking for!
Pina replying to a comment from Jennifer / March 28, 2010 at 09:53 am
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The only thing that Civello is committed to is pushing Aveda products down your throat. All those extras they give you is all designed to make you buy shit that you don't need. I got tired of the sale pitches. All the good people that work there are gone anyways.
Pina replying to a comment from Jennifer / March 28, 2010 at 09:57 am
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Obviously...you must work there. Nice try.
Elle replying to a comment from Andy / March 29, 2010 at 04:54 pm
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Adrian is at Hair 2 Inc. 98 Scollard Street in Toronto. Tel. (416) 924-9080.
Amanda / March 31, 2010 at 11:35 pm
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I go to exit hair salon, and not only is the salon beautiful but the staff is amazing, talented, and friendly. Alexandria and Jan are do my hair, and it always looks amazing!
Andy / April 5, 2010 at 03:15 pm
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I recently got my hair cut by Ryan (originally from Australia, and previously worked Toni and Guy in England) at Toni and Guy 180 Bloor St. West Toronto. The best haircut ever! He asked what I wanted, showed me pictures, and then did exactly what he said he would. Now they say he doesn't work there any more. frig. Anyone know which salon Ryan moved to in Toronto?
Andy / April 6, 2010 at 12:32 pm
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I found my own answer to my post above, thanks to someone on another website. Ryan is now at Redd Hair Studio on King W.
Jessica / April 8, 2010 at 01:18 pm
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I live in the GTA
Jessica / April 8, 2010 at 01:33 pm
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I live in the(GTA)Greater Toronto Area. I am looking for a GOOD Hair Salons and stylist in the GTA. I was going to a salon called, L'ATTITUDES, in the Eaten Centre. I was paying a total of $60 for a wash, and cut, and blow dry and starting my hair. I should NOTE that my hair is below my sholders. A few days ago..i dicided to go to a place called Hair Salons. Its a hairstyling school. Well...they were NOT that good....the women who did my hair did NOT have good hair doo...and well she did not have a good personalty. They also ahd this thing where (Cuz there students) the teacher will come in when the hair cut is done and see if she did a good job....well this teacher was BOLD! I only payed $16 but got shitty perosnalty and not good services.....Can you tell me of a good place to go to where i WONT need to pay like $50 for a haircut??? PLEASE respond to this comment???
biily / April 12, 2010 at 06:32 pm
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re;u dont go to salon cause ur so dam chip,i mean ur spending the money on urself,to look good,and u only need it every couple of months...!!!!
Angie / April 13, 2010 at 02:48 pm
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Kat at Glam is so sweet and cool. She is an amazing artist. I will never let anyone else touch my hair. I encourage all to check her out.
Emily replying to a comment from Doug Wiebe / April 17, 2010 at 02:20 pm
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John at Navigate is excellent. I've been to a tonne of places-- he's the best. Actually the best in the city (probably the country too). It's not just that he knows his stuff (colour and cuts) and you walk out looking great, you walk out feeling great-- he's thoughtful and courteous, and very approachable.
AfroGuy / April 17, 2010 at 07:44 pm
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Hey ppl. I just wanted to know which of these (or any other place) and good with deal with straightening black(afro, nappy etc...) hair and making it look nice. :) I'm a guy and looking for something maybe a little plain and simple. Oh and i want a place that maybe wouldnt make me feel weird being a guy and getting my hair straightened
Melanie / April 26, 2010 at 11:52 pm
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Hi Everybody! I just had an appointment at Civello on Yonge in Yorkville. From the moment I walked into the salon I was a little nervous. I am fairly new to toronto and have had my hair done at a few places some on this list above and have not been happy.

I saw Jessica for my color. I told her I wanted to be a natural blonde. From the moment I met her she looked and was professional . i felt calm the whole time. All us blondes know tho just because a hairdresser says she will do this and that usually you leave slightly disappointed. I left more than happy. She gave me the PERFECT BLONDE! I was bright but not cheap . It didnt feel like crap when I left. I would definately recommend BLONDES to see her. AMAAZZINNGGGGG.
julie / April 30, 2010 at 02:54 pm
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heyyyy does anybody know of a good hairstylist for thin hair? I am tired of wearing hair extensions and am looking for other alternatives.

Melanie replying to a comment from julie / May 1, 2010 at 06:48 am
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Hey!!! Go see Samina at Civello's thats who did my fine hair. I am naturally light. so my hair is definately fine!!!!She is great!

t-rex / May 1, 2010 at 10:10 am
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Anyone looking for an awesome cut should go se Kay at Flaunt Boutique (Queen / Carlaw). She's friendly, professional, but most importantly does a killer job on my hair! I often am unsure of what I want my cut to look like and she's great and finding something that looks totally hot and suits my face well - I'm never disappointed. Prices are good, atmosphere is relaxed and friendly - totally unpretentious unlike some other salons I've been to.
Liz replying to a comment from meagan / May 2, 2010 at 12:22 pm
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Hi Meagan, I think you misread my post-I love Harlots, specifically Sherry. I had my hair butchered at another place and walked into Harlots by chance, hoping for a fix to the mess my hair was. It worked. Sherry is phenomenal.
Maria / May 3, 2010 at 03:24 pm
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Hi All...has anyone gotten their hair coloured with either Adriana or Jessica at Civello on Queen???Who's the best at highlights and colour over there??
Viv / May 5, 2010 at 10:53 am
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Could anyone make a recommendation for a stylist/salon in the Beaches or Scarborough area? Mid 50s female with long hair, I'd like to find a stylist who has experience with mature women who want a upbeat-stylist cut versus that much-feared typical old-lady look.
jessica / May 6, 2010 at 04:20 pm
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hi, does anyone know a good place to get japanese straightening done at a reasonable price? my hair is wiry and hard to tame.
Alpha Kitty / May 7, 2010 at 03:04 pm
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Just wondering if anyone can comment on whether stylists get upset when clients 'shop around' in the same salon? I've tried out a stylist (once) at Bob + Paige and now want to try out another one there. Do you think the first stylist would be upset?? Hair cut + color costs alot of money and I think consumers should feel free to try out different folks, but maybe it's a no-no?
vanessa gomes / May 10, 2010 at 12:14 pm
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hi im getting a hair cut at folino in yorkdale for the first time .... can anyone tell me if its a good place and whats your views on the place

im kinda nervous becuase iv had bad luck with hair dressers
i dont trust just anyone , my friend says to go there but something tells me not to LOL i dont noe why

pls give me your views and experiences on this place if anyone has been there before asap i plan to cut my hair today
thanks !

CC replying to a comment from vanessa gomes / May 10, 2010 at 12:35 pm
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I went there before -- I think I had Marco. I was not impressed at all and did not go back. I've been to quite a few of the Fiorio locations, the one in Yorkville was the best experience ...all the others were quite 'meh'
vanessa gomes / May 10, 2010 at 12:46 pm
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has anyone also tried salon testarossa at yorkdale as well wats ur experience like and how much do they charge?
need to know asap !
thanks
vanessa gomes replying to a comment from Anita / May 10, 2010 at 12:54 pm
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is folinos really that good and how much do they charge i might think of going there today

im a little nervous becuase ive had bad luck with hair dressers all my life and sumthing is telling me not to go their

have you also tried testrarossa at yorkdale?
how much do they charge if you did ?
and whats ur experience ?
Anita / May 12, 2010 at 11:03 am
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Vanessa Gomes,

do not go to TESTRAROSSA at yorkdale, they are so expensive and unprofessionals, my friend went there paid over 200 bux for a cutt and foil highlites and she was so unhappy with the results it was bad do not bother or waste ur money!

try folino JOSIE is da best one there, she knows what shes doing, listens to you and tells you straight up if she can or cant do.

Try her, shes not very pricey its decent for what you get and u will be happy with your results.

i get a cutt and partial highlites for 140 let me know if you do go to her and how it turned out! all da best Vanessa!
jj / May 12, 2010 at 10:12 pm
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Hi,

Does anyone have suggestions for getting your hair permed? I have asian hair but i would like to get wavy hair?

Please recommend me someone, could you also tell me the price range too?

thank youuu
Monica / May 16, 2010 at 01:41 am
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Hi....me too I've searching for months!! I want curly hair, my hair is really healthy I want a professional,where to go?? who to call? ...PLEASE HELP!!!
Melanie / May 16, 2010 at 05:50 am
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hey there. For japanese hair straightening I used someone on the kijiji website she came to my house and did an amazing job. I was a little nervous but loved what she did. I dont know if her ad is still up. but her email was japanesehairstraight@hotmail.com
Margs / May 16, 2010 at 05:51 am
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Perm go to kristopher at civello rosedale. AMAZING. i have asian hair and he gave me the most beautiful natraul looking perms.
yoana replying to a comment from Julie / May 22, 2010 at 03:19 am
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LOOK IN THIS PAGE YOU CAN FIND THE BEST COLOR TECHNICIAN IN TOWN , SHE IS THE BEST YOU CAN GET HENNA SHE USES HENNA ON ME , IT IS FANTASTIC LOOK FOR CARLEENE SHE IS THE BEST.

SHE IS BEING MY COLORIST FOR 8 YEARS
yoana replying to a comment from Julie / May 22, 2010 at 03:23 am
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CHECK THIS PAGE HUTOSHI HAIR AND SKIN STUDIO , THERE IS A COLOR TECHNICIAN SHE IS AMAZING IF YOU WANT SOMETHING NATURAL SHE IS AN EXPERT ON HENNA AS WELL IS RIGHT ON ANNEX, THIS IS A FINGER STYLE HAIR CUTS AS WELL I LOVE HOW THEY TREAT MY HAIR
mc replying to a comment from Ashley / May 25, 2010 at 10:38 pm
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Melissa is at ritual2 now 416 306 0040. www.ritual.ca
Tia / June 5, 2010 at 04:07 am
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Christina Kolovos is now at TAZ HAIR CO on Yorkville.
I've been trusting her with my hair for 7 years now and won't let anyone else go near it!
Thanks Christina!

TAZ HAIR CO
11 Yorkville Avenue
Toronto
416.922.6060
Caro / June 5, 2010 at 09:12 pm
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Does anyone know where I can find Yumiko who left Cooney's Hair on Queen and Spadina? She was the best at cutting Asian hair.
Leonardo Lella replying to a comment from Maria / June 7, 2010 at 02:54 pm
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Dear Hair stylists working in Montreal,
I need for yr help!!
I am the export manager of Parlux. Best hairdryr available for the Hairstylists. London and Milano is only for Parlux.
We need to reinforce our position in Montreal.
Any advice for good Montreal importer and distributor with focus to Quality and exellent personal relationship with the hair stylist?
You will be very satified one day if can work with Parlux in your salon. This is a promise! Thanks for any help!
Leonardo ( currently in Montreal).
john replying to a comment from Charles / June 10, 2010 at 09:08 am
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Hey Charles. I recommend Sara at navigatespace. She is personable and pays exquisite attention to detail. 416 366 6020.
guy replying to a comment from Martin Gore / June 10, 2010 at 09:24 am
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Dude, I hope that you are NOT a hairdresser and in the event that you are, you oughtta be arrested (as is your "development") for being a misogynist. What you say about "girls" is frightful, especially for your Mum - ah, you would need to be human to have a real life Mum. My mistake. Your post is negligent, absurd and freakin rude.
ForeverBlonde replying to a comment from Julie / June 10, 2010 at 09:35 am
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Colour - the only one that touches my lovely long blonde locks is LAUREN at CIVELLO in ROSEDALE.

THE. BEST.
nancy / June 10, 2010 at 12:03 pm
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Hi can anyone tell me about nicole at manzer hair studi on the danforth. I am going to try here for the first time for cut and colour.
cutie / June 14, 2010 at 02:22 am
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I went to Salon 96 on Roncevalles for the first time last week. My friends have been telling me to try Nicole and Antonella. I went!!!! I AM SOOOOOOO HAPPY!!! i love the salon! I have never had such a beautiful colour and cut. So many people stop me and ask me where i got my hair done!! I am telling everyone to go to Salon 96!!! those girls are AMAZING!!!!
Lisa Santini / June 14, 2010 at 10:38 am
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I went to The Colour Room and saw Cassandra for the first time about 3 weeks ago. I have short hair and it takes someone who really knows how to cut short hair to be able to give me a cut that is short and still looks feminine. All I had to do was tell her a bit about my hair and she did the rest. I was really pleased with my experience with Cassandra, she was really great!!!
awesome / June 14, 2010 at 11:24 am
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If you are looking for an amazing colorist/cut, she also does extensions,
go see Diana at Civello Rosedale !!! (yonge/bloor area)
hyedie / June 14, 2010 at 12:47 pm
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I used to go to Lid Lounge and Isabelle knew exactly how to cut my thick but wavy/curly Asian hair into the best funky 'dos.

Unfortunately she got into an accident and at the time wasn't working .... that was 3 years ago.

I'm hoping someone may know if she's back to work and if so which salon she's at?
LD / June 14, 2010 at 02:08 pm
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Hi All,
Nikki is a master at hair. She knows how to cut thick hair like mine. But problem I can't find her? She NO LONGER works at Ritual 2 hair so now I 'm on a quest to find her! she's plastered on Virgin mobile ads on T.O streetcars. In the ad she has short blond hair with an earring in her nose. If you recognize her or know where she used to work before ritual let me know! I"m sure if you try her you won't regret it!
thxs!
LD replying to a comment from Simon / June 14, 2010 at 02:13 pm
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HI,
I'm trying to find Nikki too! SHe was amazing at cutting thick hair thus my dilemma. If I find out I"ll let you know as I have a few others looking out for me! I"m not giving up on her and I know she lives in the city so eventually I'll find her.
:)
Good luck also!
Ana replying to a comment from Lisa Santini / June 14, 2010 at 05:36 pm
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I didn't think Cassandra was still working here! I heard from someone that she had relocated to the States. I've seen her before and now that I know she's still in town I will book.
Nadia replying to a comment from Ana / June 14, 2010 at 06:19 pm
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Hey that is good news!!! I used to see Cassandra at Cinelli's and when she left it took me almost a year to find out she was working just down the street at The Colour Room. I thought she relocated as well but if she's back I will definatly be booking my appointment. Thanks
fro replying to a comment from Red / June 21, 2010 at 08:46 am
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She's at shagg ssalon in yorkville
fro replying to a comment from LD / June 21, 2010 at 08:46 am
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Shagg salon in yorkville
barefuut / June 21, 2010 at 12:35 pm
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I am looking for my old hairdresser Jennifer, she worked at the Salon on the bottom floor of the Le Chateau on Queen West, this was many years ago, I lost touch with her when she left the Salon and they wouldn't tell me where she went. Jennifer left a msg on my vm but I couldn't understand a word of it. I miss her HUGE, please let me know if you happen to know where she is working know. Tks...
Sugar / June 22, 2010 at 06:34 pm
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I recently went to Manzer Hair Salon on the Danforth.
Had a wonderful experience, had my hair highlighted and cut and it's PERFECT!!!!
yves / June 22, 2010 at 10:56 pm
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I went to Salon Solis back in December to get my very long hair cut into a shorter style (I have straight Asian hair). The reason why I write my review after 6 months because I want to wait and see how it grow out. I was very nervous but my stylist Ernesto was very kind and talented. I gave him all my trust and he did a wonderful job! My hair looked wonderful back then and now that it grew out, it still look wonderful.. grew out very nicely.. very happy with my decision to go to Salon Solis! Best haircut so far!
Sandy / June 26, 2010 at 01:05 pm
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Brazilian Keratin Treatment at Jimmy`s Hair Salon.....there I said it.

Ok I just got the best Brazilian Keratin treatment done at JIMMY'S HAIR SALON and its amazinggggggggggggg ladiesssssssss even men can do it. Wow my friend had it done some where else and paid wayyyyyyy more then I did and it was crap. Jimmy's salon is the only one I know and heard of doing this treatment and having amazing results at an amazing prise too.
I love my hair its so smooth and healthy now, love it love it love it...thanks Jimmyyyyyyyy.

Sara / July 3, 2010 at 08:20 am
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I was in woodbridge last week and had a cut and colour at Idealcuts Hair Salon on pinevalley. Denise did the colour and cut, style and she was a pro, I had the best cut and she fixed the messed up colour from the last salon (no names). The best part of it all it was so cheap, I will now drive the extra distance to get away from the stylists and salons that seem to think they are good based on the price they charge. After all its the styist that makes the difference.
Chelsea / July 6, 2010 at 07:46 am
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I am wondering if any of the black hair salons straighten natural afro hair without a relaxer or harsh chemicals (e.g., pressing or flat iron) and do a great job. I do it myself with a pressing comb, but it is so much work!
!!!mm / July 7, 2010 at 11:46 am
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Tried going to Shampoo a few times, had Anna and she barely touched my hair for $45. She talked at me more than anything and has given me attitude over the phone. Perhaps I got her on bad days but I just don't get a good vibe there.
Rylie / July 8, 2010 at 06:16 pm
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The MANESOCIETY by Promenade Mall is Rocking some wicked styles.
I enjoyed my experience and look forward to when I can return to get some of thier spa service action.

My hair had been over colored and the team approach turned out a beautiful brown with lovely highlights. My hair looked fried, I actually thought they would recommend to have many inches cut off. Rocky skillfully brought my mane back from the brink. Thanks guys! You have a new friend in me and I will recommend you to all I know. Elegant and cool!
C'est What?! / July 8, 2010 at 06:24 pm
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Oh ya is that the one by the starbucks accross from the mall?
Its on Disera Dr. in Thornhill...My stylist works there! Ya heavy duty....
check him out! www.rockyvitelli.com
He is a wicked artist with hair, if you can get him..do so. He is an owner now I think...he educates all his staff, you can't go wrong here.

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Charis / July 13, 2010 at 01:59 am
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Has anyone tried salon blonde in toronto?
Olivia / July 14, 2010 at 03:44 pm
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Blonde? Well Salvatore Leonetti Salon has the best colorist ever! He is well known in the city and the stars LOVE him!
Michelle / July 14, 2010 at 03:46 pm
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I agree!!!!!Great Salon!
I recently went over to Salvatore Leonetti to get the Brazilian blow dry done and I am absolutely in love! Totally recommend it!!!
Shaw / July 18, 2010 at 11:29 pm
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Hi There!

I see Jessica @ Civello Rosedale. She is amazing. She does the most beautiful blondes. She has taken my hair from gross brassy blonde to natural looking. LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE her and what she does.
Addison replying to a comment from N8 / July 19, 2010 at 03:30 am
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the black market is a used clothing store with a cool rocker salon attached to it, it's kind of a hidden treasure they do really out there styles I think you'll liike it hope this helps
SaskDude / July 19, 2010 at 12:23 pm
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This post is for any woman or man who is looking for a good salon that specializes in black hair. Last week I had the opportunity to checkout Azan's Beauty Salon located on Davenport Street. At first I wasn't too sure what to think or how my hair would turn out, since this was my first visit. I moved to Toronto 3 years ago, and I had only visited one other black salon (Urban Textures). So I am well aware of your pain of finding a good salon

Unlike most black males,I have never decided to shave my head. So I have always had hair be it short,long, braided or dreaded. Like most, I see my hair as being an extension of myself.

One thing about Azan's is that they work on a system. They have a many techs who "prepare" the clients for the "end" product. This was a process I wasn't really use to since I had never been to a place that operated in this sort of way. My objective was to have someone texture/relax my hair to make more wavy.

After the first steps (1. sectioning hair, 2. applying relaxer and process, 3. wash and dry, 4. towel and blow dry), finally I arrived at the hair cut. At this point, this is where the magic happens.

I had Khalil, Azan's son, who has taken over the business for his father cut and style my hair. when I sat down at his station,I notice the numerous amounts of cutting shears on the counter. I have been to many different salons back home and I use to date a hair dresser but this was first time that experienced someone cutting my hair with "precision" and a artistic vision.

Needless to say my hair turned out awesome! After experiencing the best cut on my life! If any of you are looking for this type of place? Head down to the Azan's Salon and ask to have your hair cut by Khalil! The total for my visit was $128.00 plus tip. For some that might be a little pricy, but it's your hair...the greatest extension of yourself.
mshaw replying to a comment from freakluver / July 20, 2010 at 02:12 pm
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contrary to the posts here, i had a very disappointing experience at earth salon. it felt like a fast food hair cut - salon owner michael had me in and out in under 30 minutes and did not take the time to check that my hair was cut and styled properly. as a result i had to return to get it adjusted. it's now ok but on the boring and old-ish looking side. i'm really disappointed considering how much money i paid, and considering that i had my hair cut by the owner. just didn't strike me as all that professional.
ED replying to a comment from LD / July 21, 2010 at 01:57 pm
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Hello everyone,
the day finally came. I was searching over a year to find Nikki who used to work at Ritual. Drum roll....she is NOW at Shagg Salon. I went there yesterday.
To the person who wrote on this site, Thank you very much!
:)
ED replying to a comment from fro / July 21, 2010 at 01:59 pm
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thanks Red!
ED replying to a comment from fro / July 21, 2010 at 02:00 pm
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thanks. I thought I never would have found her!!
cheers
needblondenow / August 8, 2010 at 04:58 pm
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i have blonde hair thats been dyed blonde forever. i used to go to fiorio st sherway mall but just cant stand the people there and they all seem so young and loopy and more concerned with gossip between stations than colouring hair. i need to get a GREAT GREAT GREAT hair colourist in the city that does blonde amazingly. any suggestions? i need to do it this week!
Terri / August 8, 2010 at 07:25 pm
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I had some serious roots going on and I have blonde hair with copper lowlights. I had just moved to Toronto and let my hair go a little too long as I was nervous that I would not find a colourist that would listen. I have had to do my hair in a few stages as I have some damage going on from extensions I had in last in last year. I explained to the girl who answered the phone I needed a some special attention. I am a real estate agent and I need my hair to look professional. I have no time for a re-do. She was pleased to put the colour tech on the phone. I was left with a great feeling and decided to trust them.
They were great! The stylist I had was a senior stylist and he did an amazing job. Mane society has a full service spa too incase you need a pedicure after. I went to the one at Major Mackenzie in Maple as my sister recommender them. Her stylist was great, Rocco. But they have him training all the stylists and have many locations. Good luck, I know how nerve wracking it is to find a new colourist.
Here is there website. www.manesociety.com
Terri replying to a comment from Charis / August 8, 2010 at 07:30 pm
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Ya a little over the top!...try down the street at
Mane Society They have a terrific atmosphere and offer wonderfull styling technique tips after the cut and blowdry. It was like a little lesson...they took the time and did not try to push product while offering tips. Now I feel I can keep up with the trends and have more flexibility in stlying my hair!
char / August 10, 2010 at 02:31 pm
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I am looking for a stylist named Diane and a colourist named Sheri who used to work at Salon Daniel on Peter street. Help
Sarah / August 11, 2010 at 03:45 pm
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does anyone know a really good place/stylist that does a great job on curly perming long hair? Must be in toronto...
Heather replying to a comment from Astrid / August 12, 2010 at 01:05 pm
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Astrid... your post is old now but if you haven't found someone in the beaches yet, or even if you have, YOU HAVE TO go see SHAWNA at Brennen Demelo on Adelaide. I have tight curls in my thick red hair and Shawna has cut my hair for so many years now even though I don't live in Toronto any more. Whenever I am anywhere remotely close I make the extra trip to see Shawna. I've lived in Europe, London, Scotland and BC and haven't found anyone better. She's the only one who doesn't leave me with weird boxy cuts ever! Do yourself a favour... my hair is tight coily springs and Shawna cuts my hair into dreamy layers that naturally fall into shape. I love that girl! The only times my hair is easy to manage and looks great is after a cut from Shawna. My next move will be to Toronto hahaha.
Heather replying to a comment from needblondenow / August 12, 2010 at 01:09 pm
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yep... go see Rose at Brennen Demelo... no oops brassy orange highlights here. She tones down your colour with great lowlights to give your colour depth and adds visual volume. Great if you need that. Good luck.
Miranda / August 13, 2010 at 03:56 pm
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I can't believe InI Hair Design was not included in the Top 10. Seriously, Jen is like GIFTED with hair. I have had my hair done in New York, LA and London and no one has ever come close to understanding my hair like Jen does. I always leave feeling 100% beautiful...and isn't that the whole point??!!
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zak / August 21, 2010 at 11:54 pm
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a big sos to all people on the blog.......i recently had a baby ......i am going through the worst post-natal depression,sleepless nights,thinning hair and low self-esteem....i need to get my oomph factor back and feel good about myself to keep me sane.i have had the same boring haircut for the last 10 years....
i am in my early 30s ,asian(indian) origin,if anybody knows of a great hairstylist and colourist who does a good job(price will not be an issue)pls. send me the details i will be in toronto for the month of sept.
ALL PEOPLE WHO answer to this post ,u will have done your good deed for the day cos u r going to help me get out of a very dark phase in my life and for that i will be eternally grateful to u........so please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Mel0knee replying to a comment from Caro / August 22, 2010 at 12:15 pm
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I recently called Cooney for Hair and the person who answered said Yumiko will return early 2011. Now, a friend of mine also called early July and she was told Yumiko would return in September. Am totally confused and we're all wondering if Yumiko left for another salon. Does anyone know where she's gone to? Yumiko is the best hairdresser for cutting asian hair in Toronto by far!!!
Marie / August 23, 2010 at 04:25 pm
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If anybody is looking for Stef previously from Cinelli Hair she can be reached by email: stefkaufman@gmail.com or by phone at 647-290-4163.
She will be returning to a salon in the Bloor West area in the very near future.
Eve / August 25, 2010 at 01:12 am
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LONG to SHORT!?
Please please, any recommendations. I have naturally wavy long blonde hair, I need a chic change. This would be a big transformation, so I really just want a solid haircut by someone with some savviness. All suggestions welcomed.
Sean / August 31, 2010 at 10:59 pm
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Kedar Hair Inc is looking for talent:
They Just opened this 2000 sqft. location and are looking for personable talented people to join there team. They have space for licensed stylist with braiding, weave experience and stylist that can speak Vietnamese or Mandarin. Looking for two estheticians with at lease 2 years experience. Call 416 490 1440
Michelle / August 31, 2010 at 11:10 pm
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I just Just got my hair done at Kedar hair today (August 30th) and I simply love it!. He actually listens to you and really educates you about your hair. Unlike those other salons he doesn't butcher your hair. I am in love with my new look.
Check them out
Anonymous / September 2, 2010 at 04:48 pm
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Jimmy's hair salon isn't very good. All he did was shorten my hair in 5 minutes when I specifically told him what i wanted and the showed him the style. I could've gotten that done by my a barber I went to once who charged $10. I apid $24 to Jimmy for a shitty haircut that he put no effort into.
male / September 2, 2010 at 04:51 pm
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can someone please recommend me a hair salon that does really well in providing suggestions and new look. I haven't been satisfied with my haircuts for the past 5 years now and I can't just keep trying salons. I want someone who just wont butcher my hair and they'll take their time to understand my hair and cut/style it with care and dedication. My hair gets really wavy and bends after growing for 2 months and it doesn't let me do anything. I want someoen to be able to suggest me some styles (medium hair length) and do it really well so it looks good one me for once...
namubiru olivia jane / September 6, 2010 at 08:17 am
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I am a hairdresser here in Uganda EastAfrica. I want to move and settle in Toronto. I am looking for a salon owner to employ me so that when i get there I am sure of employment.
I have a brother there,he will take care of my nights.Contact me on email.. stolivehair@yahoo.com I will send you photographs of the work that I can do.
OLivia.
Paul / September 11, 2010 at 02:15 pm
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I see I'm not the only one looking for the whereabouts of Yumiko @ Cooney for Hair. When I called in June to look for Yumiko, they said she'd be returning in September. They're now saying she is no longer working there and gave no details as to her whereabouts. What I like about Yumiko is she really pays attention to detail and really knows her way around asian hair. Is there any other stylist in Toronto that works well with asian mens hair?
Fei / September 13, 2010 at 02:03 am
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Gah, Yumiko@Cooney's, where are you?? The whole Toronto asian/short hair community misses you very very much, and would love to hear about your whereabouts... :'( I too heard that she's on indefinite leave, which is disconcerting.
Echoing Paul (commentor above), I'd be eager to hear from people who have had good experiences with other stylists in Toronto, especially concerning short hair.
yazid Q haddad / September 13, 2010 at 10:18 am
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no comments bec u can see me and ican broved this
T / September 14, 2010 at 06:36 pm
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After googling for a new hair salon and reading some reviews I went to Manzer Hair on the Danforth and I LOVE MY HAIR!! The girls in there are very sweet and talented, I went to Rachel and she listened to everything I had to say and was very patient with me when I expressed my anxiety over previously bad hair experiences.
Great place, highly recommend!!
Stacey / September 16, 2010 at 08:49 pm
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I have wavy loose curl hair. I used to go to Clare at Civello for years until a few years ago she decided to teach at Civello's haircutting school. I have not yet found a stylist who doesn't want to take thinning shears to my head or give me some style that doesn't hold once my hair has been washed. I live mid-town T.O.(Don Mills and Eglinton) and wondered if anyone could recommend a stylist who knows how to cut thick wavy hair. Please don't say the Curly Hair Institute---they are a total rip off...I've been to Holt's, Shagg, and Civello since but with not much luck. I feel totally unfashionable. I am also looking for someone who knows how to color gray hair (in blonde tones. I am at least 90% grey and find there are not a lot of colorists who can get the right tone to compliment my skin. Please help if possible! Thanks so much.
maria / September 17, 2010 at 02:22 pm
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Nelson at Salon Escape. First time in years I actually liked my haircut. He also taught me how to style. Definitely worth the $80. My mom and sister loved him too.
Michelle / September 21, 2010 at 09:07 pm
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I got married 2 weeks ago and Cassandra and Sabrina did the hair for me and my bridal party. I am so grateful because they did an amazing job and they travelled to burlington the morning of to make my day run really smoothly. It was on the expensive side to have the girls travel to me but it was well worth the money because the hair looked amazing and we were done in 2 and a half hours. These girls from The Colour Room are awesome.

monkey replying to a comment from Stacey / September 26, 2010 at 12:48 pm
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try philosophy on yonge st. they have never let me down.
Tony S / September 26, 2010 at 09:33 pm
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I am a 35 year old male with thin hair and was wondering if anybody could suggest a stylist that specializes in male thinning hair. For the past 10 years I have styled my hair in a tight slicked back ponytail, I am unsure if my hair is naturally thinning, if it's because of the way I have been styling my hair, or possibly a combination of both. I am ready to cut my hair but am very stressed that if I cut it my thinning will show, right now the length of my hair covers up the thinning. Any help thrown my way is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Sam / September 27, 2010 at 11:42 pm
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I can really use some advice. I need to get a good hair dresser. I am male, and the back of my head, is, well flat! and everyone I go to cuts it short - regardless of how many times I tell them - and my head looks even more flat!!! I want to go somewhere where someone can understand these little nuances that I have, and give me a great cut, modern and stylish! I live close to Don Mills and Eglinton.

I am pretty open about styles, right now I wear it spiky - and spike the back up to hide "my problem area", but I am open - anyone can point me to a really solid place that would be great!
Shazam / September 28, 2010 at 12:51 am
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AH! Is there any decent salon in Toronto that charges less than $70 for a haircut? Not to sound like the newbie country mouse, but I was considered ridiculous for paying $45 to get a cut in Halifax - and at the top rated salons too. WTF?

Well, no seriously, what are the standards around here? What's the minimum to be reassured of a good cut? I have frizzy, curly hair, so I'm in more of a squeeze, I guess..
Andrew / September 29, 2010 at 09:46 pm
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^^i am with this person.....excepppt i need a good stylist for guys near york university......cheap is nice to
Evan replying to a comment from Maria / October 5, 2010 at 01:53 am
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I travel a lot so it's important for me to always know where to find a great hair salon with reasonable prices. I love my hair by the way so I don't just give it away to just anybody. When I am on the road I go to pinbud.ca to find the best hairstylist. What's great is that I don't have to call a million different places. I can just send one email to a whole bunch of different hairstylists and wait for the one that is free, friendly and into some wild creativity to call me back. All the hairstylists in one city at my fingertips and guess what? It's Free to use.
Steph / October 6, 2010 at 09:37 am
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New to the Canada and in need of a stylist who specializes in black hair. Near Younge/Bloor would be great
KLM / October 8, 2010 at 01:06 am
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I'm looking for a trusted colourist who can do a good job with the ombre colour/highlighting technique that is popular right now. Can anyone recommend someone?
J / October 16, 2010 at 01:09 am
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So it was my first time at Fuss Hair Studio and I loved it! I've actually had a hard time finding a stylist how actually listened to what I said. So I checked online for reviews on hair salons and found real awesome reviews on Fuss. So I made an appointment with Stacy (one of the owners) and I'm so glad I did. She was awesome, she listened to what I had to say and also she suggested things that would help my cut. Overall wonderful experience at Fuss. I will be a regular from now and on. Oh and they also offer you coffee, tea etc. small details make a difference. A++++

Sam / October 17, 2010 at 01:56 pm
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If i have no idea what to do with my hair where and who should i visit? im male and my hair grows rapidly fast. Im hearing alot about house of lords but im not sure.
Emma / October 20, 2010 at 09:03 pm
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Hey sam ,
I haven't really heard good stuff about house of lords. I myself have not been there but just a few friends I know have. None of them were happy with the place/cut/stylist unfortunately. I hear a whole lot of good stuff on Fuss hair studio and John Steinberg and associates (but from girls) I know a couple guys who go to fuss and love it.
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:09 pm
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Hey guys, I'm a guy that has kind of bendy/wavy hair. When my hair grows past approximately 2-3 cm , it starts to bend backwards and won't even stand straight properly with gel. I also need some suggestions on a really good style that would suit me and I've been trying for years now to find something good for me but haven't been successful and one factor in that is my hair type. I kinda like taylor lautner's hairstyle. I need a really good stylist who can really analyze my hair, understand what I want and give me solutions to be able to achieve that or give me suggestions on what would be best for me. I went to Jimmy's Hair salon last time and I hated it. It was just a regular haircut that my 10$ barber could give me. I'm willing to pay a good price like a lot of good stylists do but I need suggestions on who would be the best person to go to. I hear comments mostly from girls so I'm not really sure and on this forum I've seen positive and negative comments for a lot of places and again from a lot of girls. Any ideas? I would hate to waste like $60 or so on a haircut if I'm not satisfied with it. I really need to change my hair.

Thanks in advance!!
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:13 pm
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Hey guys, I'm a guy that has kind of bendy/wavy hair. When my hair grows past approximately 2-3 cm , it starts to bend backwards and won't even stand straight properly with gel. I also need some suggestions on a really good style that would suit me and I've been trying for years now to find something good for me but haven't been successful and one factor in that is my hair type. I kinda like taylor lautner's hairstyle. I need a really good stylist who can really analyze my hair, understand what I want and give me solutions to be able to achieve that or give me suggestions on what would be best for me. I went to Jimmy's Hair salon last time and I hated it. It was just a regular haircut that my 10$ barber could give me. I'm willing to pay a good price like a lot of good stylists do but I need suggestions on who would be the best person to go to. I hear comments mostly from girls so I'm not really sure and on this forum I've seen positive and negative comments for a lot of places and again from a lot of girls. Any ideas? I would hate to waste like $60 or so on a haircut if I'm not satisfied with it. I really need to change my hair.

Thanks in advance!!
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:22 pm
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Hi guys, I have pretty bad hair, kinda coarse and bends backwards after growing past like 2 cm and I've been trying to find a suitable style for myself for years and haven't been successful. Also been to tons of stylists and no luck. I need a really good stylist who can analyze my hair, suggest solutions to make it the way i want it and give me a style that would suit me best. I kinda like taylor lautner's hair style and I don't feel that it's just a regular haircut. I think it's cut in a certain way to fit that style and I haven't found anyone who has been successful in doing well with my hair or establishing that kinda style. I really need someone good...I've only heard comments from girls and even on this forum mostly from girls so its kinda hard to decide. Please advise...
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:26 pm
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Hi guys, I have pretty bad hair, kinda coarse and bends backwards after growing past like 2 cm and I've been trying to find a suitable style for myself for years and haven't been successful. Also been to tons of stylists and no luck. I need a really good stylist who can analyze my hair, suggest solutions to make it the way i want it and give me a style that would suit me best. I kinda like taylor lautner's hair style and I don't feel that it's just a regular haircut. I think it's cut in a certain way to fit that style and I haven't found anyone who has been successful in doing well with my hair or establishing that kinda style. I really need someone good...I've only heard comments from girls and even on this forum mostly from girls so its kinda hard to decide. Please advise...
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:27 pm
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Hi guys, I have pretty bad hair, kinda coarse and bends backwards after growing past like 2 cm and I've been trying to find a suitable style for myself for years and haven't been successful. Also been to tons of stylists and no luck. I need a really good stylist who can analyze my hair, suggest solutions to make it the way i want it and give me a style that would suit me best. I kinda like taylor lautner's hair style and I don't feel that it's just a regular haircut. I think it's cut in a certain way to fit that style and I haven't found anyone who has been successful in doing well with my hair or establishing that kinda style. I really need someone good...I've only heard comments from girls and even on this forum mostly from girls so its kinda hard to decide. Please advise...
Ricky / October 24, 2010 at 06:28 pm
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Hi guys, I have pretty bad hair, kinda coarse and bends backwards after growing past like 2 cm and I've been trying to find a suitable style for myself for years and haven't been successful. Also been to tons of stylists and no luck. I need a really good stylist who can analyze my hair, suggest solutions to make it the way i want it and give me a style that would suit me best. I kinda like taylor lautner's hair style and I don't feel that it's just a regular haircut. I think it's cut in a certain way to fit that style and I haven't found anyone who has been successful in doing well with my hair or establishing that kinda style. I really need someone good...I've only heard comments from girls and even on this forum mostly from girls so its kinda hard to decide. Please advise...
Sarah / October 28, 2010 at 11:04 am
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Salvatore Leonetti Hair Salon is the best in Toronto! I have been going there for years!
if you are SOMEONE in the city, that is def. the place to be!
Chris / October 28, 2010 at 08:26 pm
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I am surprised Salon Evoke is not mentioned in the list.

As a guy, they are one of the best salons I have found in the city when it comes to price.

When it comes to my hair, IMHO they are hands down the best! They were voted the best Salon in Bloor West village.

One reason I hated going to get my hair cut before I found Evoke was that I would feel rushed, I always felt like they were rushing my cut just to get to a higher priced women in their chair. Every time I go to Evoke I get the same treatment.

I always start with a green tea then - scalp massage - aroma therapy - wash -consultation - cut - style. I always leave looking and feeling great!

Make sure you ask for Jason and tell him Chris sent you :) http://www.evokesalon.com
Ricky replying to a comment from Chris / October 28, 2010 at 09:00 pm
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Hey, how good would they be with my problem above.
Chris replying to a comment from Ricky / October 28, 2010 at 10:31 pm
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Hey Ricky,

I am no hair expert, but one thing that really helped me was the initial consult that Evoke did with me.

Basically, I have thin hair that always grew to this stupid point so I looked like astro boy.

They suggested a slightly different shorter style up front and let the sides fill out a bit.
The first cut they used some texturing scissors so help my hair grow in thicker overall and started to the new "fuller sides"look on the first cut.

By my third cut I had the look we were going for and I actually started getting compliments... This probably isn't the answer for you, but they can probably come up with a plan for you the same way they did for me.
Kirk replying to a comment from Sarah / October 29, 2010 at 12:39 pm
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Agree!!!!! thats where all the cool cats go!
on a serious note- incredible salon!


WWW.SALVATORELEONETTISALON.COM
Lisaa replying to a comment from Michelle / October 29, 2010 at 12:41 pm
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i did the Brazilian blowdry there too!!! sooooo good! I love Sal!!
Kat / October 29, 2010 at 09:51 pm
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I am looking for my old stylist, Erin. She used to work at a salon just west of Coupe Bizzare on Queen. She had great dreads and always did great colour and funky cuts. Please let me know where she is now. I believe she started working from home but have no way of getting in touch with her.
ingedinge replying to a comment from Mario Regina / November 2, 2010 at 12:10 pm
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I am newly back in TO from the States; colour and bob, wavy to straight variety needed. I value a true artist.Any recommendations?

Is my dear old friend and hairdresser Fred Fowler still alive
and kicking? I miss you Fred! If you have info, please get
it to me...thanks in advance!
Frankie / November 12, 2010 at 11:36 am
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Hello All, I've been in a "hair rut" for a little while, havent done anything to it (besides trim) in a year almost 2!! I just simply dont have any inspiration. I have thick , thick wavy - curly hair which I either straighten with my Chi or I just mousse it and defuse for a super curly-do .. I need change! I need someone who can work with my thick hair! And someone who can take the time to show me the various way that my hair can be styled. Most of all I need a hair salon to call my own, Ive bounced around in the last few years hoping to stumble upon the right stylist.I live in the Danforth area , work downtown - im flexible- Advice pleeease:)
Tammy replying to a comment from Kirk / November 12, 2010 at 01:49 pm
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Best salon in Toronto! Sal is incredible!! a hair genius!
strongly recommend Salvatore Leonetti salon!!!
Harv / November 12, 2010 at 03:43 pm
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I'm surprised Toni & Guy didn't make this list. I've never been treated better and have never had a better hair cut from anyone else. I've had my hair cut by Paul and Sean and they always give me what I want. However, sometimes I just go in with requests like 'make it funky' and they always seem to know what I had in mind.

It's about $50 for a mens cut.

Sil / November 12, 2010 at 04:11 pm
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I am a BIG fan of Salvatore Leonetti Salon! Best in Yorkville, probably best in the city!
saz / November 16, 2010 at 08:41 pm
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Im from Ireland and I want to find a salon that has a good colourist! I want to go back blonde, I have a few highlights, but the last salon gave me a brassy looking colour My colourist at home, used two colours, a bleach and a light blonde! She also worked from back to front of my head at the split so that the highlights were in a line at the split! And it was not in the slightest bit yellow! PLEASE HELP!!
blonde replying to a comment from saz / November 20, 2010 at 08:38 pm
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Hi there, I know what you mean about brassy. Go to philosophy salon in rosedale. The colourist there (Sandra) knows what she's doing. You won't be sorry, I am a huge fan. Good luck.
saz / November 21, 2010 at 09:49 pm
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Thank you blonde I will try it
Eva replying to a comment from KLM / November 22, 2010 at 11:17 pm
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Did you end up finding anyone?! i want to dye my hair OMBRE too but I'm scared to trust my regular hair salon!
Sherrie / November 24, 2010 at 09:06 pm
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If you are looking for (by far) the most amazing hair salon in toronto, look no further, I Sherrie, have the answers! H&Co By Hayley Bloomfield (647.247.2190)is the most quaint boutique salon around! The stylists are not only professional and amazing at hair but they are the most friendly stylists i have ever experienced. I thouroughly enjoyed my visit and recommend everyone try it out!
Krista / November 26, 2010 at 05:51 pm
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Does anyone know of a reputable stylist for hair extensions?
Chantelle replying to a comment from Krista / November 26, 2010 at 07:52 pm
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I go to Melissa, she's been doing my fusion extensions for a year now, she's really good. melissamckenzie.com
tina / November 30, 2010 at 04:57 pm
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I had a bitter experience with Salon on Brimley, Scarborough. The owner April hoodwinked me into believing that she can do a wonderful job of Japanese straightening on my heavily highlighted hair and dismissed oher salons reluctance as being silly and their lack of knowledge. She made me review Prettytoronto.com reviews and i fell prey to her glib talks. she charged me 500 cad for shouder length hair which was more than the prices indicatedin her website. After the wash after 3 days, my hair was a mess. The waves were still there and my hair was all frizzy. I cried looking at my hair. I asked her for refund. She flatly refused and offered to do again with no guarantee. I then went to another hair straightening expert who did free tests on my hair and asked me not to do it again as that would be more disastrous. He said she should have done a stand test first and also for heavily highlighed hair, one should not do straightening. My highlighted portions were all fried up. Can i get any justice in this country for a mean act conducted by these money hungry people.
John / December 5, 2010 at 07:56 pm
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Im looking for a hairstylist that is extremely good in unorthodox cuts. such as shaven on the side and long at the front top and back so you can style it. does anyone know a place that can cut my hair along those lines well and also teach me how to stlye it properly. an example of such a hair cut would be a tecktonik style except not as extreme
Sam / December 6, 2010 at 01:28 am
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@john you want a tektonik style of hair in toronto? thats just asking people to bully you. Anyway Tektonik in general hasnt even reached north america I highly doubt there would be anyone who knows how to style hair like that in toronto.
Jason Speziale replying to a comment from John / December 7, 2010 at 11:48 pm
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Hi John, my name is Jason and I am the owner of evoke salon in Toronto. I would love to have you come in for a complementry haircut with Ergys. He is incredible with mens hair. Check out our webe site if your interested evokesalon.com 416 482-4247.
kelly replying to a comment from Sam / December 10, 2010 at 09:05 am
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Sergio at Parlour does that hair tattoo, designs carving shaved into your head...yadda yadda. He has a portfolio on the website.
Kelly replying to a comment from Shazam / December 10, 2010 at 09:11 am
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Everything in Toronto costs more money. Rent, transit, taxes, food and hair cuts. It's the cost of living in this city. When I lived in Peterborough my hairstylist charged 35 bucks and that was the top Aveda Salon. I think the owner charged $50. Now a junior in toronto costs $50. But my rent was $650 in Peterborough for a two bedroom apartment, now I pay $1400 here. If you live in the city, its just the reality of the situation.
Alecia / December 15, 2010 at 04:46 pm
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I stumbled into Flaunt Boutique one day, desperately searching for a new colorist and I found Manny Bartolome. It is now over a year later and I couldn't be happier with my color. I have very long, thin hair that I dye blonde and Manny has managed to maintain my hair’s health and shine. If you are looking for the perfect shade of blonde, with very pretty highlights Manny is your man! I highly recommend Manny to anyone. From the outside Flaunt boutique looks quite modest, however do not underestimate this salon - once inside the atmosphere is very chic and cool. They always provide great service and I always leave happy. As a former Vancouver gal, this salon is a bargain!
olive / December 23, 2010 at 12:27 pm
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Hulo5

is there anyone in hair business that can sell me a tripple head machine at $500. pliz contact me by email stolivehair@yahoo.com I really need it.
Sideswept / December 23, 2010 at 02:54 pm
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Hi,

Could anyone tell me where I should get side-swept bangs for guys in Toronto downtown? Im asian and my hair's medium/longish. Thanks :)
olive / December 24, 2010 at 10:54 am
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pliz

is there anyone to sell me a tripple Head weft machine.
olive / December 24, 2010 at 10:54 am
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I really need it.
burnt / December 27, 2010 at 02:33 pm
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 hey everyone,

Would like to warn you that L'Attitudes in the Eaton Center is by far the worst hair salon in Toronto.

Not only did they screw up a $200 cut and die job in the most unimaginable way (the woman massaged peroxide into my scalp and then put me under a hot cap with peroxide still on my skin), but they also refused to talk or listen to me when i came back.

The burns on my scalp were so bad, that there was puss coming out of what was supposed to be my scalp.The doctor had to give me a shot they usually give burn victims to boost their immune system.

The guy at the reception (Fabio) was beyond rude and practically kicked me out when i returned with a complaint.

Horrid customer service, horrid practices, absence of skill and knowledge, I'm very very very upset.
burnt / December 27, 2010 at 02:35 pm
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hey everyone,

Would like to warn you that L'Attitudes in the Eaton Center is by far the worst hair salon in Toronto.

Not only did they screw up a $200 cut and die job in the most unimaginable way (the woman massaged peroxide into my scalp and then put me under a hot cap with peroxide still on my skin), but they also refused to talk or listen to me when i came back.

The burns on my scalp were so bad, that there was puss coming out of what was supposed to be my scalp.The doctor had to give me a shot they usually give burn victims to boost their immune system.

The guy at the reception (Fabio) was beyond rude and practically kicked me out when i returned with a complaint.

Horrid customer service, horrid practices, absence of skill and knowledge, I'm very very very upset.
sam replying to a comment from Kat / January 3, 2011 at 12:50 pm
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I know who she is, I have two friends that went to her too. I know her shop is on Techumseh south of Queen, in a studio space. Don't know the number. Its a start.
Lindsey replying to a comment from Eva / January 5, 2011 at 03:56 pm
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I'm looking for someone to do Ombre colour too! If anyone- stylists or clients know of anyone in Toronto that does it, please let me know!
sln / January 10, 2011 at 09:31 am
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Justin at Brennen Demelo Studio is a master at the Ombre technique. he is an artist and paints hair piece by piece to create an entirely custom effect. just call ahead to make sure you can get an appointment.
sln replying to a comment from John / January 10, 2011 at 09:35 am
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try Shawna at Brennen Demelo Studio. you can see some examples here http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=32256&;id=152586854757657
Farah / January 14, 2011 at 12:35 am
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Wondering if I can recommend this salon here = Salon on Brimley in Scarborough. I live in Vaughan, my cousin went there for a hair cut, then her sister, then me, then my family...they are really amazing, my cousin orginally found them on Internet, they are specializing in Japanese Hair Straightening and digital perm. When I went there last time, there was a client having her hair permed, the digital perm. I have never seen that before but it was really pretty. I think I am gonna do that next time. Their price is so reasonable with the professional work. Check them out.
Kat replying to a comment from Eva / January 17, 2011 at 05:27 pm
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Go to Emily Glynn at Blonde salon..She is a genius with Blonde hair. www.blondesalon.ca
Jenny / January 31, 2011 at 12:35 am
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Hi Girls, I just went a salon on yonge and Wellesley called Atelier May. They are all Japanese excellent survive and Akemi did great job!!
Karyn / February 2, 2011 at 09:09 am
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I thought I would add my 2 cents, as far as Black hair salons are concerned. When I relocated here from New York, I tried a few salons, I won't mention them in a bad way as they did an OK job. A women at the church I joined who has a really great cut and healthy looking hair recommended me to Jazma Hair salon. Not only do they do great styling work (although more than the other two salons I tried) they are far less than I was paying in New York for a similar level of styling skill and hair care expertise. They are easy to find on the net, jazma.com.

Carôline / February 6, 2011 at 05:56 pm
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I just moved to Toronto from Paris and back home I had a wonderful stylist who was trained by some of the most renowned hair designers in the world. She was literally perfect with all my chemicals and colours but sadly I can't go to her anymore because it's too expensive to fly to Paris for a hair colouring (and time consuming).

I was at a modeling show recently and I was asking someone there for recommendations and I remember she mentioned someone in the yorkville area who apparently is one of the best in Toronto / Canada at colours and chemicals but I'm so upset because I forgot the name and salon but I know it was in yorkville. I can only remember it was something like Noose or Nancy at salon Piad or Peeaz?

Please please please if anyone can tell me exactly who this is I would appreciate it sooo much! Merci! xoxo
James / February 7, 2011 at 10:06 am
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Hi Caroline,

I think I can help you. I used to work in Yorkville and one of my co-workers names was Noush. I'm sure that is who you were referred to because she now works at Salon Piaff which is also in yorkville by yonge and bloor. So I'm assuming what you remember as "Noose at salon Piad" is actually Noush at Salon Piaff.

And yes as far as I can recall she is a master colourist and I believe she has won some awards or recognitions nationally / internationally.

Hope it helps! Best of luck with your hair!
Morgan / February 13, 2011 at 04:07 am
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I, at the age of 18 decided to dye my hair pitch black. I tried for two years, at many salons to bring it back to the beautiful natural brunette I had. Everyone skimped out and tried to just highlight it... huge mistake. I went to Redd on King street, possibly the best thing that ever happened to me. They spent 8 hours dying and stripping my hair, bringing it back to its more natural state at pretty much the same cost... I cannot express how thankful I am to this salon, this message is the least I can do. If anybody would like to hear or see more please contact me. morgan_emily@hotmail.com that's how confident I am in their services.
Morgan / February 13, 2011 at 04:09 am
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I, at the age of 18 decided to dye my hair pitch black. I tried for two years, at many salons to bring it back to the beautiful natural brunette I had. Everyone skimped out and tried to just highlight it... huge mistake. I went to Redd on King street, possibly the best thing that ever happened to me. They spent 8 hours dying and stripping my hair, bringing it back to its more natural state at pretty much the same cost... I cannot express how thankful I am to this salon, this message is the least I can do. If anybody would like to hear or see more please contact me. morgan_emily@hotmail.com that's how confident I am in their services.
Morgan / February 13, 2011 at 04:30 am
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I, at the age of 18 decided to dye my hair pitch black. I tried for two years, at many salons to bring it back to the beautiful natural brunette I had. Everyone skimped out and tried to just highlight it... huge mistake. I went to Redd on King street, possibly the best thing that ever happened to me. They spent 8 hours dying and stripping my hair, bringing it back to its more natural state at pretty much the same cost... I cannot express how thankful I am to this salon, this message is the least I can do. If anybody would like to hear or see more please contact me. morgan_emily@hotmail.com that's how confident I am in their services.
Hollywood / February 13, 2011 at 08:29 pm
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Anyone know where to get a decent fade at a decent price????
walken / February 16, 2011 at 10:29 am
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i have jet black hair and am dying to lift the color even to a dark brown or a ginger. can anyone recommend an excellent colorist that isn't too expensive?
lola / February 16, 2011 at 12:35 pm
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Research Fail... show us a pic of the hair cuts or something to get an idea of what the salon can do.... and definitely provide price lists, links to website and phone numbers to call the places.
Sean replying to a comment from lola / February 16, 2011 at 01:13 pm
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I do not think it is a research fail as much as it is a website fail. The links are not leading one to the actual reviews.
Dawn replying to a comment from john / February 18, 2011 at 12:07 pm
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John.
I really like your philosophy on hair colour. I'm in dire need of a good technician. What salon are you with?
I want to enhance my ever increasing natural grey, however every time I try I end up with lovely golden tones - trouble is they just don't blend with my natural cold tones.
HELP!
A. / February 19, 2011 at 05:05 pm
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Up until last week, I was still looking for a good hairdresser. I generally go for a trim and highlights, but the blonde was starting to take over and I wanted to get back to my natural (medium strawberry blonde). I went to a well-reviewed salon and gave very specific instructions, but it turned out terribly – I walked out with very dark, copper-brown hair.

The colour was so terrible that I booked an appointment two days later at Natural Solutions in the Eaton Centre. I was nervous colouring my hair twice in one weekend, especially if it didn’t turn out the second time… but I was lucky enough to get a hairdresser who knew what she was doing. Not only did Stacey get my hair back to the shade I wanted, she stayed past closing time to finish it off with lowlights making it absolutely perfect – for a fraction of the normal price. I’d already spent a lot on my hair that weekend and really couldn’t afford to tip her as much as she deserved, but hopefully someone reads this review and has a similar experience with her. Thanks Stacey.
mel0knee / March 2, 2011 at 11:39 pm
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yumiko is back!!! she's actually cutting a place on richmond st. w. it's called pop hair 471 richmond st w. her # is 416 363 7007. i just went to visit her last week and of course, she did a great job!
MrC / March 6, 2011 at 12:13 am
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Looking for a men's cut for around $30 from a good up and coming stylist. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks.
Ysla / March 22, 2011 at 11:25 pm
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It’s such a great experience to meet Gloria! JJ club has its gem on her. With her skills, experience and warmth, I felt like a friend and not just a customer. She was so attentive in my instructions. Also, she suggested hairstyles that suit me and my aura.

I am grateful to my friend from Ottawa who recommended her and I was no longer surprised when Gloria did magic on my hair and my self-confidence.

With all my encounters with hairstylists, I can say that Gloria is exceptionally skillful. I stepped in their place with a sinking confidence and I went out, transformed and secured with own beauty.

As an Asian, she is very interesting and so if you talk to her, you can feel the sincerity and humility. These are additional factors why I will always look for her among every hairstylist that I have met.

Writing this makes me miss her and makes me want to think of a new posh hair style :)
CityGardener / March 29, 2011 at 12:34 pm
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First of all, it is ridiculous Barberella did not make the “Top salons in TO” list. Also BlogTO couldn’t even take the time to get the company name correct when it is written right on the sign in the display picture! I have been all over the city and Barberella is fabulous. The salon is cute and clean. The prices are reasonable. The girls are great. Karleena did a remarkable job on my hair, what a change from my last cut at Grateful Head. My hair is very difficult to cut and manage, Karleena was not fazed at all, she knew exactly what to dowith it. This is exactly what I have been looking for the past 3 years! I will certainly be coming back again.

Vaness / April 1, 2011 at 03:52 pm
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In response to Barbarella:

Wanted to try this salon after hearing decent reviews and having made the booking in a few weeks time, I decided to phone them and change the appointment to get my haircut (long past due)done by the end of the week instead.

I commuted from the GTA to get to Barbarella and unfortunately when I got there, I was told that no such change was made for me. It seems that my original appointment was cancelled but the change for the new one was not made. I essentially wasted time and gas to get downtown and was sorely disappointed with the poor service. They didn't offer any compensation for the inconvience caused, which is unprofessional considering that Barbarella charges "50% of the service for the appointment that was missed" (www.barbarella.ca)if an appointment is cancelled without 24 hours notice.

I was expecting to relax after a stressful week and not only did I get inconvienced and annoyed from this experience, I've still yet to get my haircut! =(
Hair Trauma / April 14, 2011 at 06:24 pm
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I recently was attempting to get my hair very naturally-looking ombre-ed. I went to my salon and brought some pics of the type of ombre I was looking for (more highlighed- think Jessica Biel not Drew Barrymore). The results were a very unnatural looking ombre hair colour. I realized after looked horrible, and it had really damaged the health of my hair. Feeling a bit frantic about my awful looking hair, I tried to get another appointment asap with my hair dresser to fix it, and she couldn't fit me in, so I went to another (highly regarded) salon the following week to get my hair fixed. The stylist there actually made it worse!!

I was devastated. My once super healthy, shiny hair was now very damaged and dry, and I looked ridiculous. The "natural look" I was going for was nowhere in sight. I made one last appointment, at a different hair salon this time- Civello on Queen St the following week to get my hair fixed once and for all. The vibe there was so nice, the colourist GOT me- in fact, she pointed out the things I didn't like about my hair without me having to explain it to her. She made my hair look (almost) natural again. I am sooooo happy to have gone there!

Sorry for the long story- but if you are going through something similar to me- because I know that sometimes colourists can really do damage to your hair (and spirit)- I would highly recommend going to Civello and seeing a Master Colourist to fix you up. Well worth the money.
Kelly replying to a comment from Michelle / April 18, 2011 at 08:12 pm
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This is a really great salon with an amazing vibe. I got my bridal hair done there as well as my bridal party's and everyone looked flawless. The whole staff was really friendly and put the entire bridal party at ease as everything ran smoothly and on time.
katy / April 20, 2011 at 08:03 pm
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I have a long and dark hair and i would like to go short and blond. Looking for a good hair stylist and colourist ASAP. Living in Toronto for over 8 years and still didnt have luck of findig one! Please help
matutinal / April 28, 2011 at 05:43 pm
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So far, I have had 3 very bad hairdressing experiences. One of them was from a friend that does hairdressing on the side. The other two were from salons that specialized in black hair – relaxers, weaves, braids and other hair creations. One is located near the McCowan and Markham intersection in Scarborough. The other is located near the Wilson Avenue and Dufferin Street intersection in North York. I had been a client of each salon for about 2-3 years and the sad thing about it is that in the beginning of my time with each of them was nice/exquisite. But there was always a significant about of breakage in my hair right after the perm and the perm never lasted longer than 4 weeks. Everyone knows that the ‘touch ups’ are needed every 6-8 weeks. Even though, I would go for treatments in between relaxers, the breakage did not stop. The salon in North York was particularly disappointing since the head stylists came across as pro Black with her views. I also believe in uplifting the race but don’t agree with all of her opinions; And, I was smart enough to keep most of my views to myself. Anyways. I believed she would do a good job with my hair. She already had training. And in the beginning she did. But, I noticed she needed to correct me whenever I spoke. And, at times she was a bit rude/hostile. I guess that would explain why my hair broke out so badly. Again… I can’t recommend any of them. I think the other two was more about being spiteful?? Interestingly, each salon/hairdresser blames the client for the breakage.
abi / April 29, 2011 at 08:33 pm
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I cut my own hair, I went to natural solutions once and all the caucasian stylists didnt even take notice of me. Nevertheless, she was so rude, and it was just to me. Everyone's racist to a tamil girl, what else.
t / May 2, 2011 at 12:13 pm
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Has anyone been to Head Candy on the Queenway? What did you think?
veronika / May 21, 2011 at 11:38 pm
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Does anyone know where I can get a perm in toronto that will re-do it if it falls, wont ruin my hair, and it's too pricy???
PLEASE HELP!
veronika / May 21, 2011 at 11:38 pm
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*Isn't to pricy!
Jill / May 22, 2011 at 02:56 pm
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I have very dark hair and have been blond for many years, my hairdresser just moved to LA and I need a new one. I am scared to try anyone new as I have had my hair turn orange and very brassy. Any suggestions?
nicole / May 28, 2011 at 04:54 pm
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Fringe was such a bad experience: dirty, overpriced ( I paid $250 for a cut and colour) and most important no talent. I still cannot believe it is considered one of the best in Toronto.
Eve / May 30, 2011 at 03:48 pm
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Check out Forest Hill Hair Salon (416-488-3944), located in Forest Hill Village. It is a true gem and has been around for many, many yrs. Ask for Dan, he is super talented and will give you a look that turns heads! I have been going for yrs. It's not cheap but not crazy expensive either.

Eve
DG / June 3, 2011 at 09:52 pm
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Brian Gibb is a perfectionist! Hairwithbrian.com 440 Parliament St. Toronto ON in Old Cabbagetown. A hairstylist that listens to you and uses his expertise to give you what you want. I always feel a lightness in my step after a visit with Brian. Hair Spa is a modern yet comfortable salon. Friendly attitude with great customer service. Highly recommended.
aa / June 3, 2011 at 11:37 pm
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L'attitude at eaton centre is absolutely horrible. I paid around $50 for the worst hair cut of my life.

I recommend house of lords. it's amazing
Rose-Marie / June 14, 2011 at 06:52 am
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Tangerine Hair Salon on Roncessvalles Ave in Toronto was a real find. Remo, the colorist, carefully corrected my hair color and added lovely fine highlights. He matched my skin tone to perfection. I have tried multiple colorists in Toronto over the years but have never been this happy with the results. What a relief to finally know someone I can trust with my hair. Tony cut my hair beautifully. I highly recommend this salon.
Toni / June 16, 2011 at 09:34 am
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I agree, JJ Hair Club's main woman is Gloria :)
Matteo Gerardo / June 22, 2011 at 07:31 pm
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Jalouse Hair is fantastic!! The staff has great energy, very lofty urban feel. I've been going there since it opened and have nothing but great experiences. Michael Rutledge in my opinion is one of the greatest stylists in Toronto.
Caryn replying to a comment from Krista / June 24, 2011 at 11:49 pm
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Hands down INI hairdesign! They work with Great Lengths and do all half bond application and preblending techniques which create the most natural looking extensions I've ever worn or seen on other people.
oxYncnole / June 26, 2011 at 10:30 am
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Bemerkenswert, die sehr gute Mitteilung
Madison / July 7, 2011 at 12:29 pm
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I went to Flaunt Boutique for the first time this week, I highly recommend it! Kay is great there, she really knows what she is doing and she is awesome both as a person and as a hair stylist.
booretrictest / July 11, 2011 at 11:53 am
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Gemacht wendest du nicht ab. Was gemacht ist, so ist gemacht.
Coy Danilo / July 20, 2011 at 03:49 am
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As if maintaining your crowning glory isn't hard enough already, finding a salon that suits you is so difficult that sometimes, it makes you want to tear your hair out. Finding the right salon is no walk in the park. It takes a lot of patience and perseverance and you're going to have to spend some money too, but who cares if you finally get to wear that dream hairstyle worthy of a magazine cover, right?
Carôline / July 20, 2011 at 11:18 am
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Bon jour! This message is for James.

I just wanted to say thank you for replying to my post and being so honest as to point out who I was looking for. I put my faith in your advice and visited Noush. What I discovered is she actually works under the business name Hair By Noush these days so she wasn't hard to find :)

The visit was wonderful and exactly as the other girls had mentioned at the model show, Noush was brilliant with everything and I don't need to travel back to Paris for my hair and colouring anymore (thank goodness!).

Thank you James you're my hero!! xoxo
JJ / July 20, 2011 at 03:51 pm
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veronika,

Have you found that place for your perm? I'm looking for a good perm specialist in Toronto as well - less damage to my hair and not too pricy.

Many thanks!

Jessy
kali / July 23, 2011 at 12:55 pm
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i had an AWFUL experience with blonde salon which was recommended here. i had an 45 minute long consultation where i discussed my hair with emily. i wanted to do ombre and already have naturally dirty blonde hair. i went into her with LENGTHY roots and blonde highlights.. should have been EASY to do. we booked an appointment for the next saturday. the salon charged me a $25 consultation fee which is pretty ridiculous, i've never once heard of a salon doing that but i paid it considering they would credit that to my services the next week. on tuesday they called to confirm my appointment. on thursday, (and my appointment was early morning saturday) emily called me and left a voicemail to cancel my appointment because she "thought about it and couldn't achieve my vision for my hair." how unprofessional considering the salon CONFIRMED the appointment on the tuesday and if she didn't think she could do it, she could have said that during our consultation. not only that, but ombre is HUGE hair trend so if you can't perform that... well, that's just reflects poorly on your skills as a hairdresser. i called the salon who refused to refund my $25 and compared it to the fee plastic surgeons charge patients for consultations... right.

luckily 2 weeks later i found Justin @ Brennen DeMelo who is not only an absolute sweetheart and pleasant to be around, but is also a master colourist and very affordable considering the expertise and beautiful colour he provides. suffice to say, i recommend everyone steer clear of blonde salon and take your business elsewhere because i was left appalled by the level of customer service provided to me there.
K replying to a comment from Andy / August 5, 2011 at 09:40 pm
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@Andy...Adrian is at Hair2 Inc. on Scollard. Hope this helps
cindy / August 7, 2011 at 11:35 am
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Fiorio at the Beach
Once a gem - now the worst customer service I've ever experienced!
All the good staff are quiting - I'm right behind them!

I have been going to Fiorio at the Beach for almost 5 years. I pre-book my next appointments as soon as I finish before I leave the salon. I go every 6 weeks and spend on average between $180 - $250, including tip and whatever product they recommend that day. You would think this would make me one of their valued customers - so did I! How wrong I was!

I was very happy with my colorist and stylist, but the last time I was in, I learned Billy (he had been there since it opened, and widely known as their best stylist) left Fiorio, so I went with the stylist my trusted colorist recommended. I have to say, it was the worst cut I've ever had! I would have been better off going to Top Cuts. I asked her to take off an inch and follow the cut Billy had been giving me for over a year. She took off more than 4 inches and gave me long bangs instead of softly framing my face. While she was cutting, I told her I thought she was cutting too much. She laughed a little and said she was just layering - the end result was disasterous! Not to mention crocked! I had to go to another salon to even out the bottom and do something with the heavy long bangs, just to be presentable.

Understanding I would need to find another stylist, I was still quite happy with my colorist. As I mentioned, I have been going to her for almost 5 years, so I was okay with her stepping away from time to time when she was doing my hair to deal with other things... I had no idea she was taking my business for granted and giving me second rate service.

Today, I went to my scheduled appointment at 10 am. When I arrived, the receptionist (a new receptionist, Pauline - the previous receptionist was amazing, but she also recently quit) was on the phone with a personal call, so I waited. I told her my name, but she couldn't find the appointment in the computer. She was rude and dismissive and said she could reschedule during the working day on select days this week between 10 am and 3 pm, but couldn't schedule an evening or weekend appointment for another 3 to 4 weeks. I work during the day, and its very difficult to take 3 hours out of the day for an hair appointment - this is why I pre-book!

I asked to speak to the manager, who wasn't there. I asked for the phone # of the manager and owner, she refused to give me the owner's number. I asked her to give me the head office number, but she again refused. She told me to go home and google it if I wanted it!!! Can you believe it??? Obviously I was frustrated and asked to speak with the senior person in salon at the time. She stepped away for 12 minutes (being frustrated, I timed it) and finally reappeared, saying she can't come down and she agreed with Pauline that I should go home and google the number. I asked who "she" was, Pauline told me it was the senior colorist. This is when I asked, "is that Margarita? My colorist?" Pauline finally admitted that my own colorist, who I had been going to for years, the person who had interrupted my services almost every time to 'deal' with other things, had no time to come down to see me! Even more upsetting, Margarita agreed with the exceptionally poor customer service of not even giving me the phone number! So much for the $40 tips and client relationship I thought we had!

There is definitely something going on there. Their best stylist left, the receptionist quit, there has been a steady flow people coming and going.... that's never a good sign. For years, the service was impecable! Everyone from the receptionist to the people that wash your hair was friendly and welcoming. Now, they offer you a coffee, and you never receive it - or worst - they move your appointment and never tell you about. When you arrive, they treat you like they are doing YOU a favour!!!

I will never go back! I will take my $2,000+ a year habit of having my hair done somewhere else!!!

Do yourself a favour - don't bother!
Natalie / August 14, 2011 at 12:38 pm
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There was a stylist named Suzanne or Susan at coupe bizarre in Toronto around 2007-2009, and then she left sometime in 2009. She is the only person that has ever been able to cut my hair and I need to find her!!! She had blond hair, a short fringe, and was all business (not talklative while she worked, which I liked too). She really is a genius - so if anyone knows where she's working now - please share!
Chau replying to a comment from Fei / August 16, 2011 at 03:00 pm
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She's at another salon near Scotiabank theatre. I met her on the street. I think the place is own by an european couple. good luck!
Mich replying to a comment from Bart / August 22, 2011 at 03:07 pm
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Just a word of warning to anyone visiting the "House of Lords" website at work - there is a picture of BOOBS on the website. lol I wish I knew about the half naked woman before I pulled it up with my coworkers standing behind me. Awwwkward.
lol / September 14, 2011 at 01:13 am
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to be honest i never really met a hairstylist who can cut mens hair aswell. i think salons should be just for women and barbershops should be just for men. ive seen some haircuts done in all of these top salons with the worst men haircuts ever. if anyone needs a cut and is a male i reccommend them to a barbershop theres many good ones in the city. such as onyx, madones, the forum barber parlour etc
MSH / September 16, 2011 at 01:06 pm
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Oskar on Scollard is THE place to go to. Ethan Dann is an amazing stylist and Oskar (owner) is fantastic with colour. The salon has a very chic vibe- not commercial..and Oskar's wife serves great home baked goodies www.oskaronscollard.com
Andrea / September 17, 2011 at 12:55 pm
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Gian Franco at Fiorio Yonge & St. Clair is the absolute best in the city. I've tried a lot of salons and he's the only one that can cut my stick straight hair :)
Donna / September 21, 2011 at 02:34 pm
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Ugh...I really need a haircut like super badly...for the longest time I've just let my hair grow. So here's the deal: my hair is impossible to deal with. It's wavy, so of course I love straight hair best. Thing is, my hair will NOT straighten. Does anybody know a straightening iron that even if your hair is made out of curly steel, will still straighten your hair without having to go over it like a billion times? (which leads to hair being broom stick straight, not gorgeous, shiny straight). It's the frizz and puffiness that really irks me. I think I'll go buy a few litres of olive oil and shove that in my hair every time I take a shower. I've got a hair cutting appointment with Aveda next week. Hopefully I won't want to burst into tears as I walk out.
Dusha / September 30, 2011 at 03:52 pm
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If you look for a great hairdresser with colour and best cut for both women and men, look no further. I HIGHLY recommend Igli’s salon in Etobikoke on Lakeshore west). This guy totally change my look when I came from Europe (naturally black hair, with mixed red.& black colour). My hair looks AMAZING now (BLOND) and everybody I sent there now travels from all over the town like North York and Richmond Hill to cut their hair at Igli’s. He worked in U.K. and had 2 salons in Europe. If you are around Sherway Garden, go to see Igly. He has decent prices! LOVE Igly!!!
Nathan / October 1, 2011 at 09:14 am
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Just wanted to say a few words about Navigate Space Salon. I went there on a few occasions in the last year and had my hair cut done by Aki. She has always been great! Last month when i dropped in to see if I could get a cut done, Aki was not in so I asked if there was anybody else. The blonde hairdresser (Sarah?) advised that someone was available a little bit later - great I thought. Well, I showed up and this woman was literally being instructed while she cut my hair. Nobody had told me that she was a student or anything. She made such a mess of my hair! The whole reason that I have my hair cut at a place like Navigate Salon is because my hair is pretty tricky to cut. Anyways, she ended up still charging me like $40 because "it took her a really long time to cut my hair". No shit - I was in the chair for around 2 hours! So, my time was wasted, I paid much more than I would have paid at a crappy place like house of lords, and got an inferior cut. I realise that the proper stylists at Navigate Salon charge a lot more, but this haircut was a complete waste of money. Probably won't be back.
lis / October 14, 2011 at 11:46 pm
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I used to have a wonderful hairstylist-Josie, I believe her last name was Conte. She was at Donato Salon @ yorkdale and years ago she left. They (@ donato salon) told me she switched careers which I think is a total lie. Does anyone know where she might be? I am getting married and would love to have her do my hair. *sighs*
Angus Lang / October 30, 2011 at 12:06 am
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They ruined my wife's hair. They are too worried about their coke head dj music and their lame gimmicks to care about clients. I would suggest you wait until august and get a carny at the CNE to cut your hair before you go to Coupe Bizzare.
Trudy C replying to a comment from matutinal / November 8, 2011 at 01:57 pm
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Seems lots of people are very happy with Robert at Hair2 Inc (in handling African-American hair), but I can't say from personal experience.
Anyway, at this salon they're all used to working with different races' hair, which you'd think would be the norm in Toronto.
Cris replying to a comment from lis / November 12, 2011 at 12:53 am
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Lis, I know a Josie that worked in Yorkdale at Donato. What is your full name and Email address and I will try to pass your info to her, through friends.
alix replying to a comment from laura / November 16, 2011 at 07:57 pm
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This place gets top ratings from me! As someone who has tried many of Blog.to's top rated salons (Fuss, Angst, Bob & Paige, Strut, Toni and Guy, etc.) I am surprised that this one is not # 1 on the list. After having my hair demolished by a former hairdresser last week, I decided to try someone new; thus I was searching for one of the more highly reviewed salons in downtown Toronto and stumbled across Solis. I was tag-teamed by Ernesto and Dino for a full hair recovery! Honestly, it was the best experience ever, from the basic customer service to the full-on hair analysis. I felt heard for the first time, and walked out with way better hair than I could have ever hoped for. Needless to say, I have had a million compliments on my hair ever since! If you are sick of going from place to place and wasting your money on mediocre colouring/styling, then you need to go to Solis- I guarantee you will be very happy with the work Ernesto and Dino do!! THANK YOU!
Sez / November 18, 2011 at 12:43 am
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Not really a part of Toronto, but if you find yourself in Richmond Hill in need of a cut or colour - DO NOT go to Farah Salon & Spa.
Candice / December 3, 2011 at 10:01 pm
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I went to InI Hair salon on Bloor Stwest near Bathurst and got a hair cut for 60$. Very good experience with Karen who did a great. Nice massage and dry hair cut. I left happy but after the next shampoo I was bothered by some lengths I was not sure about anymore. I called back and came back a few days later. She very kindly fixed it for me and I am now over the moon with my new hair cut. I highly recommend this place, small and intimate with nice staff.
Samantha / December 7, 2011 at 02:41 pm
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Hi to Caroline not sure if you will be reading this but I just wanted to put my personal thank you out there for you. I read your struggles with finding a great colourist in Toronto and saw what you said about Hair by Noush so I decided to take a chance and yay I'm so happy with my new colour and highlights! Thank you so much for mentioning her otherwise I would've never googled hair by noush in the first place! Thank you - merci
Lisa replying to a comment from Cris / December 8, 2011 at 09:24 pm
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Hi Cris,

Omg, if you found her I will forever be grateful. I haven't found a stylist as good as her. My full name is lisa masucci email lism2016@gmail.com

Thank you so much.
Kylie replying to a comment from Laurie / December 13, 2011 at 03:34 am
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Hi Laurie, this is way after your post but I was wondering if you found that hairdresser June? I am the same way and want someone who knows what would be the best thing to do.

I was wondering if the June you are talking about is June Croken (hairdresser on fire) on Queen St. She has some good reviews on yelp. I just went to a highly rated salon and the girl was indifferent on what to do (and the cuts meh) so I'm still looking.
Kylie replying to a comment from Laurie / December 13, 2011 at 03:37 am
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Hi Laurie, this is way after your post but I was wondering if you found that hairdresser girl June? I am the same way and want someone who knows what would be the best thing to do.

I was wondering if the June you are talking about is June Croken (hairdresser on fire) on Queen St. She has some good reviews on yelp.
Business Training / December 14, 2011 at 03:42 pm
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Dee Sarwan at hairsalontrainingpros is also outstanding. I know she also does hairdressing training as well as hair cutting classes.
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Tanu replying to a comment from Justine / December 19, 2011 at 11:53 am
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Does anyone have jenny atnatural solutions number?
lisa / December 19, 2011 at 03:14 pm
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My hair is curly and long and I want to cut layers and I want to have a side swept bang, any recomendation on which salon is good? I wanted to go one of three salon in Yorkdall mall, Folino salon Donato spa, but heard they are not good
Heather / January 3, 2012 at 05:19 pm
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I find a lot of the spas and salons are pretty expensive in Toronto. Just found a site that offers daily deals with Spa Discounts http://www.SpaMob.com/?mo8ugth6
Jaime R. replying to a comment from lisa / January 10, 2012 at 01:12 pm
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JODI KEZAR IS THE BEST @ SALON SOLIS! When I moved to the city I didn't know where to go to find a hair stylist that I can trust with my long natural curly hair. I did some research and discovered Jodi at Salon Solis and I am so happy I found her. She listens to what you want and does what you want not like other salons that I've been to that get scissor happy. She is also very knowledgeable and I just recently found out that she placed in the top 5 in the Contessa competition in the category she entered. She makes you feel comfy in her chair. I've sent friends to her and they all love Jodi also and will continue to see her. 2 thumbs up for Jodi Kezar at Salon Solis at 659 YONGE ST, 2nd FLOOR, TORONTO, ON M4Y1Z9
(416) 962-3999 ‎
Helen replying to a comment from Red / January 18, 2012 at 04:08 pm
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Niki is at Shagg Salon on Scollard
Alice / January 20, 2012 at 05:31 pm
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Don't know much about the other Salons, but i've been to Hair By David and can't say anything bad about it really.
SalonBookr / January 22, 2012 at 03:56 pm
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Hi there, We are a new start-up based in Toronto looking for a little bit of local support. We have a mobile application in production that allows you to search salons in your location and book an appointment according to your salon needs. A mobile application that is a long time coming and that every woman in North America needs. What better way to facilitate the busy women of the world. Just open the app, search and book an appointment all at the touch of your finger.

We would love a little help from local media to land some funding in order to get this ground breaking application on every woman's mobile device. I would love to send a press release for further information.

Please email me at sarah@salonbookr.com.


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LINA / January 26, 2012 at 11:51 am
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TRANZITIONS salon is the first truly Organic and Vegan hair salon bringing its clients a safer alternative with the revolutionary Organic Salon Systems the world’s only hair color line that has:


No Ammonia or Ammonia Derivatives
No Formaldehyde or Formaldehyde Derivatives
No Diamine Toluenes or any other PTD’s
No Plastics (Plastics Free Styling)
No Sodium Laurel Sulphates (SLS)
No Thioglycolates or parabens

Full spectrum of bio-balanced vitamins & plant extracts
Packed with certified organic ingredients
Rich in anti-oxidants, and nutrients
Make the decision for a healthier change and stop putting beauty before health only at Tranzitions salon.

For more information visit:
www.tranzitions.ca

Call Lina @ 416-613-2967
Unit A121, 3351 Markham Rd., Scarborough, Ontario M1X 0A6 (Markham and Steeles)- Red Building
Brendi replying to a comment from Dusha / January 31, 2012 at 12:23 pm
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Igli's Beauty Salon: 3407 Lake Shore Boulevard W
Etobicoke, ON M8W 1N2, Etobicoke, (416) 354-2450
mark / February 1, 2012 at 08:36 am
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You know i dont usual comment, but i truly like your blog and i thought i would introduce myself. I have been reading it for awhile but this is my initial comment.
brian / February 1, 2012 at 08:36 am
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Outstanding post! I wish i had the writing skills you had. Anyway, thanks for Iyour hard work, please keep it up.
Kay ;-) / February 7, 2012 at 07:08 am
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Best hair salon in the city is Atlanta Hair Design. Locations in Mississauga and Yonge and Eglinton.

VERY worst hair salon is Ramy's Hair Salon: www.ramyshairsalon.com These people wrecked my hair. We're talking bald spots, "tiger stripes", and white blotches. Had to pay $200 to get this fixed!! STEER CLEAR of this salon!!
Angie / February 9, 2012 at 02:40 am
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I've just moved to the east end of North York (Finch/Don Mills) last month, and I'm looking for someone in the area to be my new stylist. I've got 2 jobs and I'm a full-time student, so taking the hour-long TTC ride downtown isn't as ideal as finding somewhere that's a shorter distance away. I've embraced my strawberry-blonde and haven't bothered with colour in ages, so I'm just looking for someone that can cut my long thin hair and trim my fringe in-between. My regular stylist back home I've been going to for years was at a Natural Solutions, but before her I had some less than desireable experiences with other stylists there, so I'm looking for somewhere with more consistency, or a specific name of a person so I don't get caught with the newbie at the salon or anything ;) Please let me know if you have any suggestions, thanks!
bulging / February 10, 2012 at 01:10 am
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Moi / February 10, 2012 at 07:51 am
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Where can I get a good cut/dye near Yonge/Dundas???
NOT looking to spend a tonne, but not cheap either
Thanks:)
Kyle / February 17, 2012 at 10:50 am
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Anyone looking for Anthony from House of Lords, he's moved to Krome Roses in Kensington Market.
jn replying to a comment from Alice / February 18, 2012 at 06:35 pm
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Not quite a ringing endorsement
inneedofgoodhaircolour / February 22, 2012 at 03:41 pm
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Does anyone know where LESLIE from DONATO's in Mississauga went? She was an amazing hair colour technician and I have no idea what salon she moved to.

Jennifer Coffey replying to a comment from Tony S / February 25, 2012 at 02:33 pm
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Go see Sergio at Parlour on Ossington (at Queen). My partner has noticeably thinning hair, but you'd never know it now.
Veronica / March 6, 2012 at 06:24 pm
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If you are looking for a good hair stylist-colorist please visit Bridal For You website and ask for Valentina or view Mobile Hair Styling link for price list.
Brendi / March 20, 2012 at 06:55 pm
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I have to share this. I just came back from Taz salon in Yorkville and let me tell you that I had a horrible experience. As I came in, the receptionist was eating at her desk and didn't even look at me. Tommy (Thomas Cameron) is the worst hair stylist I ever had. He spent 15 minutes with the actually cut... and didn't cut much or any, and no layers as I asked. The worst part is that he cut the bangs too much!!!! I couldn't have any worse...so I look horrible for my coming birthday party...I can't believe that this salon has good reviews! Avoid Tommy Cameron at all costs!
Mj / March 21, 2012 at 02:53 pm
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Bueno!! I'm on the hunt for a stylist that i can trust enough to cut this curly hair. Can someone recommend someone who has experience with biracial type hair?? I need someone that understands all types of hair. Its complicated for me because i'm what i call an in betweener.My curls arent too tight but they aren't too loose either.
LINA replying to a comment from Mj / March 22, 2012 at 10:59 am
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GO TO TRANZITIONS SALON.. THE OWNER IS AMAZING EVEN WITH CURLY HAIR! www.tranzitions.ca ITS ALL ORGANIC AND VEGAN!! CALL TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT 416-613-2967
LINA replying to a comment from Brendi / March 22, 2012 at 11:00 am
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DONT WORRY GO TO TRANZITIONS SALON www.tranzitions.ca AND THE OWNER WILL FIX YOU UP! ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS AMAZING AMAZING AMAZING!
LINA / March 22, 2012 at 11:02 am
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TRANZITIONS salon is the first truly Organic and Vegan hair salon bringing its clients a safer alternative with the revolutionary Organic Salon Systems the world’s only hair color line that has:


No Ammonia or Ammonia Derivatives
No Formaldehyde or Formaldehyde Derivatives
No Diamine Toluenes or any other PTD’s
No Plastics (Plastics Free Styling)
No Sodium Laurel Sulphates (SLS)
No Thioglycolates or parabens

Full spectrum of bio-balanced vitamins & plant extracts
Packed with certified organic ingredients
Rich in anti-oxidants, and nutrients
Make the decision for a healthier change and stop putting beauty before health only at Tranzitions salon.

For more information visit:
www.tranzitions.ca

Call Lina @ 416-613-2967
Unit A121, 3351 Markham Rd., Scarborough, Ontario M1X 0A6 (Markham and Steeles)- Red Building
LINA / March 24, 2012 at 09:29 am
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CALL RIGHT NOW 416-613-2967 AND BOOK ANY HAIR SERVICE! ALSO RECEIVE 3!! YES 3 - $20.00 GIFT CERTIFICATES One certificate to be used on your next service and the other two to be distributed to your close family or friends! THATS 416-613-2967!! SPOTS ARE VERRY LIMITED SO I SUGGEST YOU CALL RIGHT NOW! ONLY AT TRANZITIONS SALON
dre / April 4, 2012 at 09:52 am
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Best hairstyles in Toronto now fresh from Jamaica
dre / April 4, 2012 at 09:53 am
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Best hairstyles in Toronto now fresh from Jamaica
interlocking!!! Brazilian weave!!! net weaving!!! micro-tie!!! micro breading!!!!< hairstyles as low as $50 up.....info 416-388-1367////416-901-2480
SJ replying to a comment from Shelagh / April 4, 2012 at 12:04 pm
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Women typically have more hair and require more treatment to their hair than men. DUH.. they would charge more.. It's not a sexist thing.
Faith / April 22, 2012 at 01:43 pm
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Sandra's the best colorist in Toronto??? I just came back from Philosophy and I had an awful experience!!! Sandra colored my hair and did a LOUSY job for $180. Run as fast as you can! You might as well just buy a hair coloring bottle from the pharmacy and save yourself from not just the waste of money, but also from the arrogant and unfriendly attitude, while getting the same result or even better.
Jaime / April 23, 2012 at 07:19 pm
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If anyone is looking for Jodi Kezar that use to work at Salon Solis, I found her! Jodi Kezar and Sonia Yarkhani opened up their own salon Evolve located at 40 Fort York Blvd. Tel 647-345-7049.
Olga / May 1, 2012 at 11:40 pm
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Hi!

I'm looking for a hair salon that can do a perm that looks pin-up style. (Possibly with not so much damage to the hair) I've read a lot of the comments but I still don't know - maybe you have a good place to go? It has to be a really good hair stylist.
Thanks in advance!
Amy / May 3, 2012 at 04:29 pm
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Does anybody have any leads for great salons that do unnatural hair colours?
Best Scary House / May 14, 2012 at 02:22 am
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Horror and Halloween Link Directory. Add your site for free. Horror authors, artists, halloween props, music, goth, costumes, paranormal, virtual haunted houses, all horror related sites are welcome to join. Best Scary House
Structure Salon / May 16, 2012 at 04:03 am
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Senior hair stylist wanted. 173 Spadina Ave Toronto.
fszgvxfg / May 16, 2012 at 06:53 am
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Lillian replying to a comment from Shelagh / May 26, 2012 at 04:44 pm
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I expect to pay more for a woman's cut. My hair is 30 inches and my husbands is 2. If he were to pay the same as me he would be outraged.
lookingup replying to a comment from Moi / May 27, 2012 at 09:56 pm
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yes i would love to have a recommended hair salon for a good woman's cut around yonge and dundas too,
anyone go a reco they would like to share?
And one where
I don't have to take out a second mortgage).
curlmaven replying to a comment from Kate / June 15, 2012 at 01:32 pm
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Hi,
I too am looking for Patricia from Bloorwest,'s Red Label Hair Co. Where or where for art thou lovely Patricia/
Gingerbread / June 20, 2012 at 11:41 am
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this listing needs to be updated
angie replying to a comment from Gingerbread / June 25, 2012 at 08:38 pm
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I agree, I would love to see a current re-do of this post.
Tommy / June 26, 2012 at 04:41 pm
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You want some good hair style and good coloring? Of course you do indeed you do why wouldn't you. I bet you want the top hair colorists in the country. Indeed you want it and I shall give it to you.
Jitendra Kumar / June 28, 2012 at 08:34 am
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Advanced hair studio india replying to a comment from Jitendra Kumar / June 28, 2012 at 08:34 am
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Hair studios are very helpful to control hair loss.Experience of many successful years of Advanced hair studio india in serving solution
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Andrea / July 27, 2012 at 10:49 am
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My vote for best black hair salon in Toronto has to go to Jazma Hair Salon. Great atmosphere, friendly staff and great service. My hair was a huge mess when I started going to them and now, everyday, I get compliments on how healthy my hair looks. I am a very happy client.
Johnny / July 29, 2012 at 06:30 pm
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I am looking for places that are into doing hair tattoes? Been on the search but with no luck
Cathryn / August 5, 2012 at 10:56 pm
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I really highly recommend Salon Solis, they've become my choice salon here in Toronto (only took me 4 years of living here to find one... and I've tried out a number of the places on the list up there). I always do colour with Dino and cut with Ernesto, never been disappointed or unhappy with the results. Right now I've got a punkish short platnium blonde 'do they did up a month ago, and everyone loves it, especially me. They're just a bit south of Yonge and Bloor so it's pretty convenient. And their studio is super nice. Give 'em a shot if you wanna try a new place.
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Really, women hair cutting takes a long time because women are very fashion sensitive than men. I myself has seen this in a hair salon in Bolton.
Richard Carmichael / August 24, 2012 at 10:24 am
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This a great list, but it is by no means complete. Civello Salon on Queen West is one of the best hair salons in the city. There is no comparison to the experience of sitting in the chair with an Aveda trained professional. It is a real treat for the senses from the moment you walk in to the minute you leave. You walk out looking, smelling and feeling like a million bucks.
rohitsaini / August 28, 2012 at 04:34 am
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Jodi at Coupe Bizzarre cuts a great hairstyle.My vote goes to Jodi at Coupe Bizzarre.We also deals with Salons.If U agree then please join this.
BreeHH / August 29, 2012 at 11:51 am
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Hi1

I am a blonde that refuses to go brown to get my hair to grow. but over the last few years my hair has started to break i have stopped using straighteners and no matter what products i use or what salon i go to i can't seem to get it to its former long thick self. It will NOT grow past shoulder length. I am trying to find a stylist that will be able to tell me what else i can do, some kind of hair health expert, i am desperate for it to grow!!
Any one have any suggestions??
Claudia replying to a comment from Sheena / August 29, 2012 at 11:00 pm
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Try Atlanta Hair Design at Yonge and Eglinton.
Claudia replying to a comment from tina / August 29, 2012 at 11:09 pm
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Should have taken the advise of the stylists that said not to do it! thats what happens when you dont take a good stylist's advise. There's always one that will suck you in take your hard earned $$$$ and leave you with bad hair.
Barb R replying to a comment from Marissa P / September 11, 2012 at 12:46 pm
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Melissa,

Yes, I have been to Salon Soho at Sherway. I've been going there for 20 years. They are fantastic. Especially Robbie, one of their senior stylists. Their clientelle is around 50/50.
Frederick Ferguson / September 13, 2012 at 05:57 am
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My vote definitely goes to Jini Jung Hair Artisans at Yonge and St. Clair. It's a L'Oreal salon that specializes in all natural and ammonia-free hair products like INOA and Pureology.
Hairdresser Christchurch / September 13, 2012 at 09:59 pm
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I like the look and feel of Flaunt Boutique. we try to offer the same type of service to our clients here in Christchurch
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Jane / September 26, 2012 at 12:30 pm
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Does anyone know where Liz (Elizabeth Maldonado) from Civello (uptown location - yonge and Eg) went??
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If i have no idea what to do with my hair where and who should i visit? im male and my hair grows rapidly fast. Im hearing alot about house of lords but im not sure.
Keys / September 27, 2012 at 10:04 am
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I see Nicole @ manzer hair studio. She is so great with my eer changing hair colour and has come up with some really funky ideas in the past. I have also witnessed some beautiful hilights walking out of there by her staff. It is a cleans calm environment. One of the best shampoos that I have had in a long time. I also know that she works for a colour company so is always in the know as to what is hot in the industry. She is amazing!! For all your hair colour needs Go see Manzer! You won't regret it.
Keys / September 27, 2012 at 10:08 am
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Www.manzerhair.com for prices and info.
cindy / October 2, 2012 at 03:57 pm
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Atlanta hair design is a MUST great service my stylist Michele is amazing she specializing in healthy haircare she is great at color, cutting, styling she has an canny way of fixing damaged hair. Then u have to see Ash for hair extentions or weave she can make u a wig on the spot.
Ana / October 12, 2012 at 02:30 pm
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Hi, I am a blonde who is looking for a stylist to help me grow my hair. I do treatments at home but I am clearly missing something.
Alyna / October 26, 2012 at 12:35 pm
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Ana hi, I recommend Jimmys hair salon on wilson he does my hair every week almost i'm a bleach blond but i think he uses colour to get that blond not bleach and i love it when i get my treatments ...my hair looks healthier and growing now then before when i went to other place.
Try him tell him i sent you :)
Alyna replying to a comment from Ana / October 26, 2012 at 12:35 pm
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Ana hi, I recommend Jimmys hair salon on wilson he does my hair every week almost i'm a bleach blond but i think he uses colour to get that blond not bleach and i love it when i get my treatments ...my hair looks healthier and growing now then before when i went to other place.
Try him tell him i sent you :)
Alyna replying to a comment from Ana / October 26, 2012 at 12:38 pm
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I vote for JIMMY"S HAIR SALON for sure cuz he gave me my healthy hair back ....
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darlene replying to a comment from Shelagh / December 3, 2012 at 06:08 pm
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what would your stylist's contact number be? i would like to book an appointment with him.
Louise / December 18, 2012 at 02:35 pm
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Hello: I am looking for a good hair stylist. The one that I have been going to is really nice, but does not know how to cut my hair. Layering evenly should be fairly standard. The last cut she gave me looked ridiculous and the salon is in the top ten. I have long hair, somewhat fine, I would like some length cut off and would like to lighten it with layers.
After the last couple of stylists, I don't know where to turn. Please help.

Thanks
Nicole / January 25, 2013 at 04:15 pm
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Hi, I have very very thin, fine hair, have tried everything. I am looking for a hair stylists that specializes in cutting and coloring my hair type. Im from the Durham region but am willing to drive far for some one very good!
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carrie replying to a comment from Jane / February 27, 2013 at 10:32 am
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Hi there! Did you ever find out where Elizabeth from Civello ended up? I miss her as my stylist.. :(
Leila Laskujarvi / March 1, 2013 at 01:37 pm
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I also had the worst haircut ever at Grateful Head! What are they doing on the list?
Mrs. Awoyele / March 4, 2013 at 12:55 pm
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Jimmy butchered my hair! Unever layers, lopsided, a two inch bang thing on one side, the works. I can't even describe how upset I was. Had it fixed at Trade Secrets in Vaughn Mills Mall. If you need a hair repair, see Ashley Castricone. My hair is really really fine - she did what she could without taking off more length, and I left happy.
Salon Sublime / March 7, 2013 at 01:53 pm
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We are looking to hire a hairstylist in Vaughan. Please email me at Salonsublime@yahoo.com
John Parkar / March 9, 2013 at 05:31 am
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www.rubertosalonandspa.com is one of the fashionable hair salons in Toronto. They provide spa treatment, skin care, laser hair removal, latest hair cuttings and massage therapy services to the customers.
Lina / March 24, 2013 at 10:58 am
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Tony and Guy ( Bloor street West) is the crappiest salon I've been to. I booked an appointment with one of their style directors, 'Devi' ,It's an insult to call him hair stylist the guy can't even hold a scissor. Totally pathetic and ruined my hair. Stay away from this crappy salon.
trickydisco / March 24, 2013 at 11:22 am
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Rodrigo at W Lifestyle is the best!!! Wouldn't trust my *fading* locks to anyone else
Susan / March 28, 2013 at 09:29 am
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I was looking to change my stylist. My friend recommended to try on Figaro Salon. It was amazing experience! Love my color, love my cut. If you looking for really professional team I advice to visit them close to Downsview subway satation
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Vera medi spa and salon is the best solution for your skin and beauty treatment. They provide spa treatment, laser hair removal and massage therapy services by their expert aesthetics team.
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happyhealthyhair / June 22, 2013 at 10:41 pm
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I visited Urban Textures Salon (Gerrard location) today on June 22, 2013. I had the EXACT OPPOSITE experience as indicated by other reviewers. I was greeted immediately by friendly staff and Christos who cut & styled my hair. Christos was extremely professional, precise, and took his time to ensure that I was satified with my new hair do! I would definitely recommend this salon to anyone looking for well-skilled stylists who take great pride in their craft and are versatile with the types and textures of hair that they work with. It is well worth it! I have no regrets and will be frequenting this salon regularly.

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