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ISO: Local facial recommendationsElan Salon on Seventh Ave has been a long-time place of mine.
Shout-out for Adele at Elan Salon (for outdoor haircuts)I had a very good haircut with Adele at Elan Salon over the weekend. They have a nice courtyard in the back where they are cutting hair. When I was there, they also had the front and back doors open, so there was airflow in the salon. Only one other customer was in the salon, and Adele and I were the only ones in the courtyard. She did a great job. Prior to the lockdown, she worked at a salon in Manhattan, and with the reopening wanted to stay local. The price was reasonable, and she was very kind and careful.
Waxer at Elan?Galina is the best! Marina is also very good but for fast, and effective, Galina is amazing.
Responses to: local eyebrow recommendation needed from eyebrow snobsGalina, Lena, or Marina at Elane spa on 7th ave. They are not warm and fuzzy but they are quick and good. I like my brows thick too- just tell them what you want
Responses to: local eyebrow recommendation needed from eyebrow snobsI'm not as much of an expert on this as you are but I do prize thick and orderly, and sadly have been getting them done for decades now. I went to Lena at Elan (7th ave and Garfield) on Sunday after seeing several Yelp recommendations plus friends generally using Lena. I thought she was quite good, the place clean but not fancy (sniff) and she did waxing and some tweezing and I was very pleased with the results. It wasn't as sublime as when I got them done in Soho years ago, but neither am I now
Re: Waxing RecommendationThe women at Elan spa, at 7th and Garfield, are total waxing pros -- bikini, eyebrows, upper lip.
(no subject)Elan Salon on 7 Avenue do fabulous waxing, doesn't matter who you get! (Recommended 2/10)
(no subject)LOUSY PRE-NATAL MASSAGE!! when i walked into the salon, my masseuse (Gully?) was getting her hair dyed and had not finished, so she gave me a massage with her hair wrapped in a shower cap. how unprofessional! i was scared her dye would drip on me during the massage. the massage itself was not good - way too soft, even though i told her to go harder/deeper. she covered me with crummy old-looking towels in which i was definitely "exposed" the majority of the time. The timer clock was ticking away - much too loud - how is one supposed to relax hearing "tick,tick,tick?" i've had a lot of massages, both regular and pre-natal, and she clearly did not show any technique. ANYONE, and i mean anyone could've done the same or better of a job. finally the clock buzzed, and she didn't massage my head/temples or neck. I asked her if she massages those areas, and she just said No. I've never heard of such a thing. I will NEVER go back - lousy lousy massage! the best part of the massage were the 2 jolly ranchers i stole from the room. (Reviewed 2/10)
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