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San Francisco Hair Salon's#1
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:26pm
Hey..... I am possibly going to be moving to San Fran with my boyfriend and I wanted to see if anyone know what the " hot" salons are in the city? Perferably more high end .

Updated On: 2/1/08 at 05:26 PM
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#2
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:51pm
perhaps you'd like to know how to spell SAN FRANCISCO, first?
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#2
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:51pm
Salon's what?
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#3
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:55pm
Ya!!! I guess that would help Elphaba! Don't mind my spelling=-)
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#4
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:57pm
Try citysearch...or call your salon and see if they can recommend a place. Otherwise, look for a bumble and bumble or an Aveda.
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#5
Posted: 2/1/08 at 5:59pm
thank you for changing the spelling...as frankly if you cannot spell the name of where you want to move, by California law you cannot move there.

Thank God you are not moving to Rancho Peñasquitos, Palos Verdes Estates, or Port Hueneme....who knows how you would have butchered them! ;oP
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#6
Posted: 2/1/08 at 6:02pm
maybe call some of the expensive hotels, and see where they suggest people go?
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#7
Posted: 2/1/08 at 6:09pm
I've been to Spargo for Men once or twice, and was impressed with them.



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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#8
Posted: 2/1/08 at 6:42pm
I get my hair done at a place called Cowboys + Angels (I know, just ignore the name, lol) on Powell and O'Farrell streets. I've been going there for a while. The environment is awesome and everyone there is pretty skilled, they seem to be with it.

And my good friend Veronica works at a place downtown called Willow Salon, on Brennan and Delancy streets, and it looks like a great place to work. It's more chic than C + A's, but not stuffy. She's worked all over the place, but she's been at Willow for a few years and she's really happy there.

But yeah, theres not really much point in asking here, out of all places. Citysearch will be your best friend if you let it.
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re: San Fransisco Hair Salon's#9
Posted: 2/1/08 at 7:53pm
sigh....you reminded me of Delancy Street Grill, or whatever it is ccalled, where everyone working there are ex-cons making a new start......fabulous food.
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I had no idea Californians were such sticklers about spelling.
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Only other people's. Grammar, too.
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Updated On: 2/2/08 at 11:49 AM