Be Styled Opens; 1960s Hair Salon Pops Up

—JESSICA LANIEWSKI | May 1, 2013 | Homepage Latest

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Be Styled blow-dry lounge

Be Styled Blow-Dry Lounge
Local hair guru Nicholas Penna Jr. has added to his SalonCapri brand with the Be Styled blow-dry lounge in Chestnut Hill. The blue, silver, and white themed studio has eight blow-dry stations and a plush lounge where clients can rest before choosing a hairstyle, like the straight and sexy Be Sleek or the wavy Be Swanky (both $35), from a set menu. Blow-out addicts can opt for the blow-dry packs of three, six, and twelve. The Street, 49 Boylston St., Suite 4920, Chestnut Hill, 617-734-4000

Camille Albane Paris
Established French brand Camille Albane Paris has opened its first American salon on Newbury Street. Heading up the salon is U.S. artistic director Nicolas Tisler, who is an expert with hair extensions and has styled the likes of Robin Wright and Bridget Fonda. The sleek, all-white space has two levels, with shampooing and cuts upstairs and color services and the exclusive Essie nail bar downstairs. For spring color, clients can choose from the lightly sun-kissed “Coup d’eclat” balayage or a full color. Complimentary make-up touch ups are part of the salon experience, and guests can also book appointments for a simpler day look or pre-party application. 252 Newbury St., 617-379-3220

Salon Mario Russo 1960s Pop-Up
Do the women of Mad Men make you long for the hairstyles of the 1960s? Well, you're in luck. Salon Mario Russo is hosting a '60s-themed pop-up event at its Newbury Street flagship salon on May 3. Guests can choose from one of three hairstyles ($35 per person) iconic to that time period—a beehive, chic bouffant, or waves—while listening to ’60s music and sipping cocktails. 9 Newbury St., 617-424-6676

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