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Not a traditional salon, Serenity is more of a collective workspace: Approximately thirteen stylists — each with his or her own specialty— rent chairs from owner and fellow hairdresser Lorrie Criami, then work according to their own schedules. For this reason, nothing about the salon is standardized, from pricing, which varies greatly depending on the stylist, to products; everyone works with their own lines and sells items to customers upon request. Nevertheless, receptionists are extremely helpful in determining which hair care professional best fits your specific needs while doubling as friendly hostesses dispensing tea, coffee, and wine (after 5 p.m.) to customers in the coral pink leopard-accented waiting area.Extra
Because of the nature of the salon, each stylist accepts different methods of payment, so it’s best to ask before making an appointment.
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