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10 Best Bellevue Hair Salons

  • 306 105th Ave NE, Bellevue
    Chris Manderino - Julie is amazing. I don't even say "this is what I want". I just walk in and say I'm feeling like XYZ and she creates a masterpiece that fits my lifestyle.
    Rebekah Vicknair Metteer - Amazing talent!
    recommended by Ryan Porter
  • 700 110th Ave NE 290, Bellevue
    Kim Preston - Jason is a master at his craft and if you are his customer, you will never want to change. Jason is at the Bellevue location.
    Adam Schoenfeld - I highly recommend Jack in the men's salon.
    Raquel Hirai-Hadley - Robin is an amazing hair stylist.
    recommended by Mindy Blakelsee
  • Dan Sundgren - For men's haircuts she is absolutely the best ever and while she has a salon she can come to your office too!
    recommended by James Cunningham, Vishak G
  • 1811 130th Ave NE, Bellevue
    Anne Gravrock - LOVE. Kelly Cardona for color. Kimmie Muschett for cut.
    recommended by Margot Squier
  • 13238 NE 20th St 300, Bellevue
    Diane Lansinger - Personable staff, clean and bright, talented stylists. Elyze and Larry are my favorites!
  • 10500 NE 8th St, Bellevue
    Amy Bencke - Serenity is the best!
    recommended by Jessica Secan
  • Kendal Feider - [BIPOC Business]

    Christy K is makeup and hair artist whom specializes in Asian Bridal makeup. She's trained in Taiwan and Korea and stays up to date on Asian makeup trends.

    I've hired Christy for my wedding and she's been extremely communicative, compassionate, knowledgeable and talented.

    She provides her brides with a skincare guide to best prep them for makeup application which I really appreciate. It's so wonderful to have a professional who understands the trends/looks that I like and knows how to apply makeup on facial features more unique to those with Asian ancestry.
  • 136 102nd Ave SE, Bellevue
  • 1482 158th Pl NE, Bellevue
    Debra Willendorf - Salon Uptown is in Bellevue so it's a drive over the bridge for Seattleites. Mara is the owner and main hair stylist there. After my long-time Seattle hair stylist moved to San Diego, I spent a few years going from one person to another. I would try one person for several months to a year, then finally give up and try elsewhere. Until I found Mara. I have thick, curly and gray hair and most people don't know how to cut my hair to make it look nice. It has always been acceptable, but with Mara it always looks impeccable. She is an artist with hair
  • 909 112th Ave NE 1, Bellevue
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - Tony was the top colorist at Gene Juarez downtown and he’s now out on his own. ❤️❤️🙏

About Hair Salon Services

Finding the right salon for your hair needs can be daunting, especially when you’re looking for a transformation. It all comes down to what you want, whether it’s a new dramatic cut and color, a blowout, or a stylish, refreshed look sculpted and shaped to the latest hair trends. Stylists at these salons are hair experts, trained to understand the texture, shape, and color of hair, and correct those at-home DIY jobs that left you asking DIWhy. They understand your needs, the look you desire, and the right products for you to maintain happy, healthy hair at home until your next visit.

To help you differentiate some of the various services they provide, we’ll highlight some recent hair trends, techniques, and processes commonly used to help you decide. Of course, you should always consult your hair stylist to determine if it’s right for your hair (and right for your budget).

Balayage

From the French word that translates “to sweep” or “to paint”, balayage is a popular hair trend that some simply call hair painting because color is quite literally painted on your hair with a brush. This effect gives the hair a more natural highlight with softer regrowth lines, enabling you to grow your hair longer between appointments. Not only is it more cost-effective than foiling, since it takes less time and uses less product, but is also lower maintenance and works great on both light and dark hair.

Ombre Vs. Sombre

Whereas balayage is a dye or tone directly painted into the hair, the ombre effect is achieved from a foiling technique, where the hair is sectioned off before application, then wrapped in foil for processing. It starts with darker roots and lightens with a casual fade through the middle of your hair to its lightest point at the hair ends. Ombre can be done in all types of different colors (browns, blondes and reds are most common), and is usually more dramatic and eye-catching, but does require more maintenance as your natural hair color comes in at the roots.

Sombre is the flip side of the ombre coin. The S in Sombre stands for “subtle” and “softer.” With Sombre, your natural hair roots are kept as is, but lighten in color toward the ends. This is a popular style for brunettes to brighten hair with hints of golden, caramel, golden and blonde tones and requires less maintenance between appointments than a standard ombre, as the lighter sections of hair start higher for a naturally blended, gradual fade.

Bleach and Tone

Bleach and toning hair is a two-step process, at times requiring a follow-up appointment once the hair is healthy (which can be up to ten days later). In some instances, both processes can be done in the same day if the hair is healthy enough. Since the bleaching process removes the pigment completely from your hair, it causes the hair to be fragile and needs to regain health before being toned.

Depending how long the bleach is left in the hair and how dark your hair is to begin with, it can sometimes leave brassy undertones in hair. Toner helps to neutralize the brassy and warm undertones of hair, and brings your hair to the shade you desire (platinum, blonde, etc.). Purple shampoo also helps tone out unwanted warm shades for natural blondes, but your hair might require an ammonia-based toner to when you’re making a more dramatic color change. Since roots will come in with your natural color, you’ll need to make regular appointments for touch-ups, which does make bleaching hair a considerable investment.

Pricing

Full Balayage - $170-$220+
Partial Balayage - $130-$160+
Full Ombre/Sombre - $80-200+
Partial Ombre/Sombre - $100-120+
Bleach and Tone - $120-$200+

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Susan Waldrum
2 months ago • Gig Harbor
Need a new stylist to cut curly hair. One that is a good listener and won’t feel like they know my hair better than me. I have tried 3 and gave up ...
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Susie Owen
4 months ago • Edmonds
Recently moved to Edmonds and had an appointment with a salon. A color and haircut was $240.00 plus 20% tip. I was satisfied with the treatment, bu...
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