If you are looking for a haircut home but have yet to find it, the suggestions below will wow you with their low prices, wonderful service and stylists/barbers who are interested in having you walk out of the door with a smile on your face.
Revive Hair Studio
670 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02118)
Hours: Tuesday – Friday: 11:00am – 8:00pm; Saturday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
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While you may not find it easy to get to the South End, a trek to Revive may be worth it for both men and women—whether you have curly, fine, or straight hair. The staff at Revive love hair and will listen to your needs to execute a hair cut that will be perfect each and every time. You may need to book your appointment very far in advance, but you will find the wait worth it. Prices vary by hair type but most are around $35.
L’ Elegance Art Et Coiffure
105 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
Hours : Mon-Sat 9 am – 5 pm
Located on Newbury Street, L’Elegance is an unpretentious salon at which you will receive phenomenal service—from the warm receptionist to the knowledgeable stylists who will listen to your needs—and a wonderful haircut for around $50. That said, don’t just consider L’Elegance for a haircut. They offer other services including Keratin treatments and wedding packages for those who would like a little more attention for their wedding day.
A. Quinn Hair Studio
5 Arrow Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Hours: Mon, Fri 10am-6pm; Tues-Thurs 10am-7pm; Saturday 9am-3pm
A. Quinn is the place to go for stylists who know what they are doing and will lift you out of your haircut doldrums to leave you with amazing hair. The staff is lovely, and won’t try to inundate you with products. Particularly if you have curly hair, A. Quinn is for you. Prices for hair cuts depend on who cuts your hair, starting at $65.
Court Square Styling Shop
15 Court Square, Suite 120
Boston, MA 02108
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am – 5 pm
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If you still haven’t found your barbershop in Boston, look no further. The haircuts starting at $20 are fantastic, and the staff are worth raving about. To top it off, you can sip on an espresso, I if you’re a coffee drinker, while you wait for your haircut. As a heads up, Court Square Styling Shop is not open on Saturdays but they do open on Mondays.
Martini blogs on the Boston fashion scene at BeyondBostonChic.com. She goes in search of the latest trends and snaps shots of men and women around the city who really understand style.