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Roy Teeluck Salon
Mon, by appointment only; Tue and Fri, 9am-7pm; Thu, 9am-8pm; Wed and Sat, 9am-6pm; Sun, closed
Nearby Subway Stops
4, 5, 6 at 59th St.; N, Q, R at Lexington Ave.-59th St.; E, M at Fifth Ave.-53rd St.
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You can’t get much ritzier than 57th and Park, but the mood inside Roy Teeluck’s cozy salon is wonderfully plush and mellow. Dominated by a huge, second-floor window overlooking the bustling street below, the 13-chair salon is the first solo venture for British-born Teeluck, who trained in London and Paris with hairdo luminaries like Serge Normand, Frédéric Fekkai and Brad Johns. Teeluck’s too discreet to namedrop celebrity clients, but ample referrals from the nearby Four Seasons hotel keep the studio buzzing. Clients praise the stylist’s cuts, and his relaxed charm, echoed by the Teeluck team of fifteen stylists and five colorists who cut, color, perm, extend, straighten, relax, tint and groom. Teeluck helps create products for Nexxus, so it’s no surprise to find that company well-represented in the retail nook, along with offerings from L'Oréal’s pro-line and Japanese brand Crede. Eyebrow master Duffy Neuberger rounds out the staff.Bridal
This inviting hair salon prides itself on its comfortable, friendly atmosphere. Trials average about $200. Wedding-day hair, priced per stylist, starts at $300 for the bride, and bridal-party updos start at $150. Blow-drys are $85 and up.
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