These top salons around the city are now reopened with safety procedures in place.
The Thom Filicia-designed Salon at Bergdorf Goodman
Located on the ninth floor of Bergdorf’s, The Salon gives customers breaks after long days of shopping. The new spa is headed by a team of experts with unparalleled hair and beauty services. Carol Nappi founded the space on the basis that “beauty encompasses the mind, body and spirit and poses a uniquely transformative power to enhance our lives.” Cuts from $150, 754 Fifth Ave., Floor 9, thesalon.com
Founders Eddie Rubinov and Arthur Shamalov met more than a decade ago, and since then, their expertise and passion have grown into the creation of Eddie Arthur Salon. With three senior stylists and two senior colorists, this salon offers clients a range of services from men’s hair styling (from $75) to balayage (from $220). Cuts from $115, 29 E. 61st St., Floor 4, eddiearthursalon.com
Chic and minimal in design, Restore Salon & Spa by Julien Farel is a one-stop relaxation destination for all things anti-aging. The spa works with esteemed dermatologist Dr. Doris Day for medical-grade advice on every facial service (Ultimate Anti-Aging Facial $525). For special occasions, Farel can be booked for hair services ranging from a classic blowdry to bridal updos ($250 to $1,000). Plus, Restore stylists are available for outside bookings at an hourly rate. Cuts from $160, 540 Park Ave., julienfarel.com
Launched by celebrity hairstylist Joel Warren, The Salon Project upgrades the traditional salon style at Saks Fifth Avenue. Stylists use coveted beauty brands such as Redken and Oribe to keep hair healthy. After receiving a fresh do, clients can choose from a plethora of other services including full face makeup application and hydrafacials. For those self-isolating, Warren created take-home color kits with a Facetime session with stylists for application. Pricing upon request, 611 Fifth Ave., Floor 7, thesalonproject.com
Photography by: Courtesy of The Salon at Bergdorf Goodman