Just a reminder that today is Farrah Hair Day at one of our favorite beauty spots, the Beehive Salon in Williamsburg, where you can get a Farrah Fawcett blowout for $50. That sounds like a lot, and yeah it kind of is, but not when the salon is giving half of it to Sanctuary for Families, a New York state group that helps victims of domestic abuse. You may be broke (and you may not be) but that’s no excuse to 1) neglect good causes and 2) not have Farrah Hair. (more…)
What’s the ultimate tribute to our fab, feathered friend? Rocking your own Farrah Fawcett hairdo.
As if that weren’t enough of a contribution to the betterment of society, two Brooklyn salons are offering Farrah blowouts to raise money for the lion-haired legend’s pet causes.
On Friday, July 10, The Beehive Salon in Williamsburg is doing an event called “Feathers for Farrah,” a full-day of $50 Farrah-style blowouts. Half of the proceeds will go to Sanctuary for Families, a New York state group that helps victims of domestic abuse, a cause close to Farrah’s heart. (more…)
Admit it, venturing as far south as I live (Bensonhurst) only happens once (Mermaid Parade) maybe twice (Siren Festival) a year for most northerners. But would you make the trip if you knew that the subway stops which immediately precede the famed Stillwell Avenue station could save a ton of money on haircuts, blowouts, massages and facials?
I’ve been in this area for most of my 30 years and in that time I’ve found primpatoriums a-plenty. OK, they’re not exactly Bliss, but this is the South, and we aren’t as interested in the calming faux paint technique used on the walls as we are with the small amount of money coming out of our fake-Coach wallets. (more…)
Tuesdays are training days at the tattoorific Woodley & Bunny salon in Williamsburg, which means pro bono coifs at the hands of assistants who are apprenticing to become full-fledged stylists. We stopped by for a gratis blowout recently, which was unexpectedly excellent and a likely gateway to riskier hair experiments on some future Tuesday. (more…)
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