Prizes  Naughty News
Boston's Sexiest Hair Salons

Vidal Sassoon Salon


399 Boylston St.

As you'd expect from such a legendary name in hair care, this salon is super stylish and very high end - lots of chrome, mirror and whiteness, which gives the whole place a clean, fresh look. There are nine levels of Sassoon stylist, so there'll be something for all budgets. If you want the top man, though (not Vidal himself, unfortunately), you're looking at somewhere around the $120 mark. They're especially great on colors here, but even if you're just here for a cut, it's worth adding on the $30 'Sassoon Ritual', a luxury treatment carried out during your cut. It's an inexpensive way of giving your hair a real treat, and you'll know you've been 'Sassooned', as you sashay out of the salon all ready for that hot date.

Bella Sante


190 Linden St.

There are three Bella Sante spas in the Boston area, but this one in Wellesley is the only one that does hair, and it's total luxury. As well as amazing cuts, they do keratin treatments, glazes (amazing...), single and double process colors and highlights, and special occasion hair. The salon itself is very contemporary, with nice, wide chairs, huge windows and mirrors, and plenty of fresh flowers to add to the mellow ambiance. You can get a whole range of spa services, too, so why not make a day of it, and do the whole body, from top to toe?

Lord's & Lady Hair Salon


450 Belgrade Ave.
West Roxbury

It sounds very classical and a bit stuffy, but this salon is actually very a la mode and elegant. Decor-wise, it's a triumph of clean white lines, fluidity and gentle orange accents, and all stylists are comprehensively trained to meet the stringent requirements needed to work here. You'll get excellent consultation services as well as precise cuts, colors, perms and treatments. They do other services, like make up, tanning, waxing and massage. They are experts at Japanese straightening, too (Bio Ionic), and a big plus is that they have a cyber cafe onsite, so busy single girls can work and relax at the same time.

Viselli Santoro Salon


297 Newbury St.

These guys are 'vision-makers'. They're just great at having you tell them exactly what you envision for your hair, and actually making it happen. Walking into the salon is like walking into a little piece of fashionable Italy - ornate mirrors, pretty chandeliers and a spotless floor. The style and class just oozes out of this place. You'll be assigned a stylist according to the type of hair you have. This way, you'll be getting an expert, not just whoever happens to be free. They're also environmentally conscious and try to use organic or sustainable products wherever possible. If they care this much about the planet, then they're going to care about your hair. The salon offers cuts, colors, perms, straightening, treatments and even 'Ladies Night Out' hairdos. They also do blowdry classes, and consultations are complimentary.

Megan Graham Beauty


115 Newbury St. #401

A beautiful little salon in the heart of Boston, Megan Graham has created a gorgeous ad-hoc oasis in her warm-toned, rustic space. There's white everywhere, which contrasts well with the wooden floors and vibrant wall art. Full-length mirrors are propped up against the walls, and the whole salon has a housey feel, that's instantly relaxing. Megan herself is an award-winning colorist, so this is definitely the place to come if you want something assured, long-lasting, and careful on your hair. She offers the whole range of colors, cuts and extensions, as well as an inexpensive Kerastase treatment. A lovely place to while away a few hours.

Patrice Vinci


91 Newbury St.

Winner of 2 Best of Boston Colorist awards in 2010 and 2011, this 2,000sq ft salon sits aloft a beautiful building on Newbury Street. There's plenty of space for the 14 hair stations and the whole place has that elegant European feel to it - very white, very glitzy, very current. All the stylists are excellent, and you can book Patrice herself, if you feel like pushing the boat out. Cuts, blowouts, perms, relaxers, treatments, and colors, obviously, as well as a good range of skin and beauty services, are all available here. One of the best adverts for a salon, is seeing how good the owner looks. So here, there are no worries at all.

Kent Newton Salon


1315 Washington St.

For a guaranteed head-turner of a hair cut, Kent Newton is the place to go. It's a lovely salon, with a quality retro feel, thanks to the dark wooden furniture, wide, brown leather chairs, and tasteful chandeliers. It's definitely a place for women who appreciate style in all forms. There are around eight different stylists, all at different levels, so it doesn't have to cost the earth to come here (unless you want the Master himself, of course...), and everybody's very friendly. Their highlights and color are particularly sought after, and they also do some of the best intensive treatments in Boston. So if you hair needs a proper pick-me-up, get yourself here.

The Parlor Salon and Apothecary


398 Washington St.
Wellesley Hills

This quaintly-named salon might sound like something from the pages of a Dickens novel, but it's actually one of the funkiest, most stylish hair salons in Boston. Their mantra is "In Pursuit of Beauty", and they achieve this effortlessly. It's a lovely, airy space, with big chairs, a large waiting area, high ceilings, bright walls and some amazing lighting. The staff all look like supermodels, but not in an intimidating way. You can see how passionate they are about hair, so let them get stuck into yours, and you'll leave the salon feeling ten miles high. Consultations are complimentary, and aside from the standard salon services like cuts, blowouts, colors and styling, you can also get facials. waxing and body treatments - so a proper beauty parlor, as the name suggests.

Will Charles Salon


11 Newbury St.

One of Boston's most eminent salons, Will Charles has been turning girls into goddesses for years. They're completely dedicated to making you feel, as well as look, good, so you usually have to book early to get in. The salon is ideally situated right by Boston Public Garden at the end of Newbury Street, and inside you'll find high ceilings, large windows, light-filled spaces and very elegant decor. It's a triumph of chrome, white walls, and some carefully-placed retro-style dark wooden cabinets and workspaces. Throw in some bold red chairs and lots of gorgeous, fresh flowers, and once you're sat down, you won't want to leave. They offer 20% discounts for first time visitors, so check their website for more details.

Corbu Spa Salon


5 Bennett St.

This chic salon and spa inside the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square, is the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. It's a great place to come for a whole day of pampering, as you can combine a haircut, with a facial or massage, then go have lunch in the adjacent restaurant. Everything you need is here, and it's all top-of-the-range luxury. The salon itself is a great mix of exposed brick, lots of light, and modern fixtures and fittings. It's a calming environment, and sometimes it's nice to just sit here and watch the world go by outside. Their little boutique is great, too, for stocking up on all the gorgeous stuff they've just been using on you.

: Home : Prizes : Naughty News : Press : Contact : Newsletter Signup : Site Use : Terms & Conditions :
: 18 U.S.C. 2257 Record-Keeping Requirements Compliance Statement :
Site Updated & Managed By Sienna Sinclaire
©2009 - 2019 www.NaughtyLifestyleGuide.com - All Rights Reserved