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John Masters Organics

77 Sullivan St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Spring St.

So Worth It

By o1iveoy1 on 11/29/2005

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Atmosphere: (NA)
  • Service: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

The best haircuts of my life, I got here. I tried the JM products around 2001 (?) and became hooked. Since I'm only a couple of hours from the salon, I decided to try out their salon services. It began with the most amazing hair washing which included cucumber slices on my eyes and an intense scalp massage with the wonderful lavender and avocado conditioner that I've used at home for countless years. Rod's mannerisms suit me perfectly, not fakely chatty or anything (my pet peeve), and he really concentrates on what he is doing. He gives me exactly what I want and more, every time. The staff is non-pretentious and includes the sweetest Golden Retriever you'll ever meet. It's not the most expensive salon in New York, but certainly something I have to budget for considering that for me I have to factor in a $20 train ride and a tip that I feel is appropriate for the best haircut of my life, every time.

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