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Eva Scrivo Salon
Tue and Fri-Sat, 10am-7pm; Wed-Thu, noon-9pm; Sun-Mon, closed
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6 at Bleecker St.; B, D, F, M at Broadway-Lafayette St.
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Long-time stylist to Martha Stewart and a frequent guest on her show, Eva Scrivo is known not only as a hair, color, and makeup specialist, but as an overall beauty expert. In her full-service salon, Scrivo and her personally trained staff collaborate on the cut, color, and style of each client’s locks. Scrivo's signature cut, the Uncut, is a combination of wet and dry cutting that eliminates the awkward, freshly-trimmed look. It's also designed to free women from the blow dryer—finished in the salon so that clients can choose to skip the blowout ritual and still look put together. Facials, waxing, acupuncture, and massage use products like T. LeClerc cosmetics and Yon-Ka Paris skincare, as well as Scrivo's own line of hair accessories, which debuted in 2005.Extra
Save $10 per session when you buy a package of 10 AcuFacial treatments.
In Eva Scrivo’s salon, brides kick things off with a trial run that includes hair ($150–$300) and makeup ($125–$150). The cost for a day-of appointment is $150–$300 for hair and $200 for makeup. With Scrivo, hair and makeup are each $350–$500.
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