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Wednesday, December 23, 2015

The top 10 new hair salons in Toronto

hair salons torontoThe top new hair salons in Toronto will help you revamp your look. Whether you want to make a drastic move like cutting off all your locks or just need a trim, these places will transform your 'do into something worth selfie-ing. If you haven't found luck at the salon lately, it may be time to book an appointment at one of the new kids on the block.

Here are my picks for the top new hair salons in Toronto.

Untitled by Flaunt Boutique
Untitled by Flaunt Boutique is the offshot of popular Leslieville hair salon Flaunt. This nearby Riverside space is massive and barely recognizable from what used to be Phil'z furniture shop. Here you'll find exposed brick walls, a healthy dose of greenery and a host of stylists and aestheticians ready to amp up your look.

LOLA Salon
This small but mighty Ossington Salon is where to go if you want a trend-forward 'do. The stylists here can tackle fades, pastel balayage and pretty much any other challenge you put forward. The salon also offers OLAPLEX treatments, which are extremely important if you're looking to undergo a drastic colour change.

Studio B
Studio B emerged on the Danforth this year, offering a new hair design option for Greektown residents. The master stylist here has claimed awards for her hairdressing talent, so you know you're in good hands.

Pressure Salon and Spa
This Junction Triangle salon offers standard treatments like cuts, colouring and extensions as well as a roster of spa services like facials, gel manicures, waxing and tanning.

Strut Studio
Strut Studio is a Queen West unisex styling shop that can manage even the most unruly hair. Need to breathe new life into your hair colour? Want to get your beard looking less deranged lumberjack and more Tom Hardy? They've got you covered.

Steve Pella Hair
This Parkdale salon has mastered cutting and colouring, boasting a portfolio filled with asymmetrical cuts, balayage highlights, brightly coloured tips and more.

Fringe Portland
Fringe Portland, not to be confused with Fringe in Parkdale, is a recent addition to the King West neighbourhood. The hair design studio offers a roster of styling, cut and colouring services and uses top-notch brands to whip your locks into shape.

If you're want the perfect balayage with beachy waves, look no further than Yorkville's newest salon. LAC + CO has mastered the art of dimensional colour and can snip your hair into a red carpet worthy 'do. The shop also sells a few homeware items, like candles and potpourri, that are worth checking out.

Jackrabbit Salon
Jackrabbit Salon on Dundas West is unlike many of the ultra-modern salons popping up across the city. Its cozy interior is filled with woodsy furniture and nature-inspired decor items, plus all the hair tools and products one could ever need. The stylists here only use cruelty-free products from brands like Kevin Murphy.

McManus and Campbell
At the end of 2014 McManus and Campbell opened its doors in the Distillery District. The salon is the perfect mix of modern and rustic, with exposed brick walls and a muted colour palette. Its hair-oriented service list here includes colouring, cutting and blow out. The shop also has a nail bar, if your tips are also in need of some TLC.

What did I miss? Add more new hair salons to the comments.

by Alice Prendergast via blogTO

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