You obviously know to tip, but how much to give, who to give it to, and most important—where that money is actually going—is still largely a mystery. Here, we break down the confusion.
Aniyah Hawkins, a high school junior from Richmond, Va., walked into her room on Christmas morning to find a full hair salon setup.
A salon employee faced criticism for temporarily asking men not to enter the salon while she worked with a female Muslim customer, who had removed her hijab.
Iris Zaki is an Israeli filmmaker who recently set out to make a documentary about Arab-Israeli relations in her hometown of Haifa and found answers in an unlikely place: a hair salon.
This year, the ubiquitously suburban department store is reinventing its 850 in-store salons and bringing in The Salon by InStyle, where you can get your Instagram-approved #MermaidHair color or a pixie cut while your mom shops for drapes.
By Deven Hopp There’s nothing better than the joy and excitement you feel leaving the salon with freshly colored tresses, knowing the hours (and dollars) you spent in the process were all worth it. Celebrity colorist Rita Hazan has the answer. Sure, but the alternative of living with a hair color you hate isn’t much better. “Tell your colorist in a calm way that you are unhappy with how the look turned out, and he or she will be understanding,” celebrity colorist Rita Hazan says.