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110 E. 7th St., New York, NY, 10009
nr. Ave. A
Salon Seven in East Village is a real treasure!
By VickyC on 4/22/2010
Mark gave me a terrific hair cut. I have curly hair that is difficult to style and maintain on a daily basis especially while working in a professional environment. This style is manageable and I love my hair color that was done in appropriate shades of blond by Saori! I am delighted with my look! This is a great find in NYC and I would recommend this salon to anyone.
Mark's the best!
By SofiaA on 1/19/2010
If he's good enough for Madonna and Cyndi Lauper he's good enough for me. Found this little hair salon on the internet and went by to feel the vibe. It is on a fun block filed with lots of great little cafes, coffee houses, and a cup cake bakery. You can have your hair done and then eat at any of these trendy eateries. I have long thick hair and I need it layered. I am asian and it is not always asians that can cut asian hair well. The result was breath taking! The cut grew out so well that I didn't need to go back for 4 months! Mark is my master cutter.
By lori111 on 12/18/2009
Being the pickiest and most discerning woman in New York City, with it's plethora of salons, I read about Salon Seven in Citysearch and Time Out. The small salon with it's music and sophisticated art drew me immediately. I've heard for over 10 years that this salon has highly skilled hair stylists that are totally professional and incredibly talented. I decided to have my hair cut by Mark, who is exceptionally brilliant at cutting long hair with layers. I made no mistake and love my hair cut by Mark. Having loved that, I decided to color my hair in hues of autumn browns. Saori, the colorist from Japan, did a phenomenal, exquisite job at capturing exactly who I am and what's my style. I would highly suggest this salon to any woman who cares about her vanities!! Go girls!!
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