Appointment Request

Due to the new Cover-19 mandates and regulations, we cannot accommodate more than two clients in the salon at one time, so when you request your appointment the online slots may not reflect what's truly available.  Your desired appointment time and date may not be available due to the spacing we need to make in order to have less clients in one time and allotment of time for cleaning and sanitizing between clients.  Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Please note our new Covid-19 appointment policy:

Here is the check list for your reference when you come in for your appointment:

  • The door will be locked so please ring the bell first.
  • We will not accept any walk ins for either appointments or questions when we have clients in the salon.  All appointments will be made via online first then phone but we will call you back if we are working on our clients. Email us with questions is highly suggested or text 917-819-6806 ( this is a text line not a phone line).
  • All clients must wear a mask upon entering the salon
  • We will take your temperature with a temperature scanner gun to make sure you are within normal healthy temperature.  
  • If your temperature is above normal, we will ask you to reschedule your appointment.
  • If you are accompanied by someone we will ask them to leave you at the entrance and meet you back when your service is completed.
  • No one will be sitting in the waiting area, so please come by yourself or have someone drop you off and pick you up.
  • During check out, we like to use the credit card on file to minimized any contacts during transactions but cash will still be accepted. 
  • Please do not come earlier than your scheduled appointment since we won't be able to let you in when we still have clients in the salon or while cleaning up between clients ( which is at least 15 mins between clients).  
  • We will have disposable capes to use for all clients except color clients where we always use fresh cleaned capes for each individual clients.  It will be cleaned and washed every day.
  • Due to the new mandates there will be a new Covid-19 service charge of $10 to cover the cost of these new regulations.  This is per visit not per service so if you have more than one service done than you will only be charged once.  

Since we do not double book our appointments, for all first time clients we do require a valid credit card to hold and confirm your appointment. If you need to change or cancel your appointment, kindly give us 24 hour notice (or 48 hours for Brazilian Blowout services) so we may be able to refill the slots with ample time. A service fee will be applied to your credit card if there's a no show or cancelling within 24 hours. We pride ourselves on running on time and giving each individuals the attention each one deserves. Thank you for your understanding. Please check our FAQ page if you have any questions.

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