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135 E. 57th St., 3rd Floor, New York, NY, 10022
at Lexington Ave.
Honest-to-god Hair god
By bonzarela on 8/26/2004
If you want a fabulous haircut that will last nearly an entire year, you should invest in one at Pierre Michel. Jerome is the Hair god and will make you look amazing! You will be happy to spend $140 for the results that you will get!
Expensive but reliable
By zeecee on 1/18/2004
Pierre Michel has good stylists and colorists along with people who do make-up, so it's useful if you're new to NYC or visiting as you can tell them what you want and they'll schedule you with the right person. I had my hair colored and cut there for years, but finally tired of the frenetic atmosphere, the cost (upwards of $100 for the cut and upwards of $200 for color) and tipping everyone who nodded in my direction. But the colorist was fabulous and I had no complaints about the work. Most customers seemed to be older and well heeled.
By Victoria on 8/16/2003
I was planning to visit NYC and saw a special on the internet for a $10.00 eyebrow wax @ Pierre Michel. Normally I think they charge about $50! I called and scheduled an appt. Monika cut, waxed, and tweezed my eyebrows to perfection! I was TRULY impressed. She totally transformed me! She wasn't the friendliest (at all) but her work more than made up for it!
My eyebrows frowned when she was done!
By siena on 7/15/2003
I saw Dinah - a woman touted as one of the best eyebrow shapers in New York. I was very disappointed wth the skinny upsidedown half circles she gave me - clearly this wasn't the best shape for my round face. One style of eyebrow is NOT right for everyone! I have to say, though Eliza's attitude at Avon is VERY hard to take, at least from that appointment I walked away with gorgeous shapely yet natural looking eyebrows.
By Rhea on 4/8/2003
The atmosphere is very relaxed and the service excellent. Good people watching and Aki Naito gives a great haircut that last for several months. Highly recommended despite the steep prices for a cut. You get what you pay for.
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