Hair Dos

When I go to get a hair cut and color, I’m always torn about what do about my hair the day of. Do I wash my hair and actually attempt to style the overgrown mass? That way I don’t incur eyerolls from the super-chic staff, right? But, I argue, there’s just no point in bothering when the whole point of my visit is to fix me up. So, then I consider the idea that if I intentionally make myself a total mess, they’ll feel the need to rescue me from my no-hair-styling-talent self.
Anyways, the folks at Oxenrose in Hayes Valley (Hayes/Octavia) are fabulous — it’s a bit pricey at $45 for a cut but I’ve never been disappointed. Plus the compliments I get on my bi-color hair are constant.

1 Comment so far

  1. Nicole Lee (unregistered) on July 1st, 2004 @ 9:48 am

    $45 is not bad at all for a salon haircut in this city. I usually pay like $55, but that’s only ’cause I choose the regular Stylist and not the Master Stylist to cut my hair. My hair style is fairly conservative though — OxenRose just seems so fabu hip that I think I’d feel out of place!

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