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375 Bleecker St., New York, NY, 10014
nr. Perry St.
My thrashed hair
By manonbly on 6/4/2007
My hair needed to be highlighted only- no big deal. I left the first time with roots that looked grey. The second time, when the "fixed it" I left with hair too dark and I am going to have an entire head of roots! My hair is dry, brittle and I hate the color. They still wont refund my money.
Great for highlights
By Jennabrite on 1/8/2006
I went in for just a cut and came out with a great set of highlights too, The stylist had explained all of my options and my hair didn't feel dried out like it usually does after haircolor (I'm palest blond) I'll definitely be back, thanks Russ
Want great hair see David at Robert Kree
By debbydee on 4/19/2004
Robert Kree salon is a friendly hip village salon on Bleeker. The stylist are all very up to date and in the know. David is especially good for a cut and highlights and great conversation.
what a great find!
By keredding on 7/25/2003
Prompt, talented, and friendly staff. Laid-back vibe. Exceptional value. I went in for a trim and walked out feeling like a goddess. HIGHLY recommended.
Worth Every Penny
By MelyMel on 4/17/2003
I just moved back to New York City and needed a new hair style to repair my box colored hair, outdated look, and ego. Having no idea where to go, I turned to nymetro.com, and found Robert Kree. Thanks to Gabriel at Robert Kree and his wonderfully good taste, my hair looks ravishing in new highlights and a fashionable new cut. The prices are comparable to any other salon in NYC, and this glamorous new look is worth every penny. With its relaxed atmosphere and decent prices, I would recommend this salon to anyone.
pricey but worth it
By rv73 on 3/10/2003
i went in with terrible layers and brassy highlights; came out with a really great cut and my own haircolor (but better, thanks to Mala's highlights). it's not cheap, but it's worth it. everyone's nice, and you can have a glass of wine while the color sets.
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