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5 Singapore Hair Salons for All Types of Hair

Curly or straight, blonde or silver – your hair is your crown. Trust these Singapore style shops to get it right.

 

Expat Hair Studio

Started by long-time expats Jaclyn Douglas and Katherine Moss, Expat Hair Studio transports you from SG to a top salon in the U.K. or Australia thanks to the details: an airy interior, an extensive beverage menu and, most importantly, an in-depth consultation before the stylist starts. The Studio offers a range of services, including cuts for women and men ($54-$85, if you want a blowout) and Olayplex, a special hair-strengthening treatment ($32 and up). (422 Joo Chiat Rd)

 

Hair on Erksine

Owner and principal stylist Andrew Leung and his team have worked at world-class salons in Hong Kong and London as well as on photo shoots for international fashion magazines. Head to the clean, contemporary space for cuts (starting at $64 for men, $89 and $108 for women, respectively), up-dos, highlights and more. Look out for promotions for first-time clients. (33 Erskine Road)

 

Trimmings

This full-service salon has stylists experienced in all kinds of services, from colour glossing ($100 and up) to Keratin repair treatments ($60 and up). Want the Creative Director to style your hair, ladies? That’ll be $95. Bangs/fringe trims are only $10.

 

Paul Hair Salon

Looking for great hair on a budget? Try Paul Hair Salon. This cozy Chinatown spot is open seven days a week and has a friendly staff with experience doing blonde, red and ombré highlights ($180 and up). Cuts start at $30. Adeline is your go-to pro. (101 Upper Cross Street)

 

Visage
This trendy full-service salon has built a solid reputation with expats for cuts ($75 and up) and long-lasting, damage-free Brazilian blowouts ($450 and up), among other services. Word on the street: Ask for Dominic. (402 Orchard Road)

 

By Kathleen Siddell, The Finder, November 2015

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