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Younghee Salon

64 N. Moore St., New York, NY, 10013
nr. Greenwich St.

Incredibly, Awesome experience at Younghee's Salon!!!

By rmidouhas1818 on 10/3/2010

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

My daughter was married last weekend in NYC and we had the privilege of going to Younghee's Salon for our hair and makeup prior to the ceremony. I must say that it was one of the highlights of our wedding preparations-the atmosphere of the Salon is an amazing experience--- It is located around the corner from the Greenwich Hotel where we stayed in Tribeca. Entering the salon one feels like they are in a creative, peaceful place where every client is made to feel special Gwen (hairstylist), Mia (superb colorist) , all the receptionists were so professional, and kind. We would send pictures of ourselves and our dresses to Younghee and she would email back and forth to us. She was always very prompt in responding to our emails. My daughter lives in London so there was much correspondence back and forth before we even went to the Salon. We even went for a trial of hair and makeup a month prior to the wedding. She helped us define the exact look we wanted. To watch Younghee create and execute a design is just magical! Her own brown rice/green tea served was such a treat as well. We felt like royalty being in her salon and we are truly grateful for the experience. We had our makeup applied by their make-up artist Sylvia and we couldn't have been more pleased with the results. We were transformed in Younghee's Salon and truly thankful to her and her staff for the experience of a lifetime!!

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