As part of our ongoing attempt to provide readers with the latest budget beauty news, here are a handful of haircut and color deals around the Slope: On the second and fourth Tuesday of the month, junior stylists Stephanie and Mari at Salon Bohemia (437 Seventh Ave. at 15th Street, 718-788-8750) charge $25 to $30 for cuts instead of $40. The salon is currently taking appointments for June 23. Reader Lynn Cole sends in the following tips (though if you don’t like them, don’t blame her—she hasn’t tested them yet): Le Chandelier (264 Fifth Ave., 718-783-2457, www.lechandeliersalon.com) is offering $35 special on haircuts with Peggy, who seems to be a new stylist. At the Rompal salon (319 Sixth Ave., between 2nd and 3rd streets, 718-965-9149), cuts are $25 and single-process color is $45 for appointments Thursday, Friday and Saturday only. If you’ve got a great tip, send it with a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Starting today, the best reader tip of the week gets a free Brokelyn t-shirt.
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