New York City is truly where fashion happens, and when it comes to the natural hair styles currently trending on the streets, it’s no wonder that NYC is a happening place for top salons. While there are loads to choose from, here is a list of five that are worth checking out!
Wellington Hair Spa was opened up by Patrick Wellington and is known for not only its great weaves and maintenance care, but also for natural looks. He and his staff are noted for their true grasp of the
natural African-American hair, and his salon has been featured in numerous print and media outlets.
Locks N Chops is a chain of natural hair salons throughout NYC, namely in Hell’s Kitchen, Chelsea and Midtown West. Here you’ll find a combo of a clean and easy-to-get-to salon location combined with a friendly, laid back staff that keeps it real. If you want a simple, no-frills look that can be handled at multiple destinations throughout the city, then this is the place for you!
Sonya Tsuchigane may be located in Little Italy, but it knows African American hair inside and out. Crazy knowledgeable about natural hair, the staff can recommend the different products that cause it to respond well to normal maintenance. Not only will Sonya cut and style your hair, but she will transform it and educate you on how to keep it up!
Meanwhile, the Fox and Jane Salon in the Lower East Side is the perfect location for women who have been traumatized by a previous hair stylist experience. With a friendly and competent staff who specializes in natural hair, you’ll love the cozy atmosphere and humble attitudes behind the stylists. Plus, their creations are beyond memorable.
Finally, Sophisticated Loc’s Salon in New York City is one of the premier salons in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood. Women come from all over to get their hair done, and the staff is known for its diverse array of hair knowledge and warm personalities. Both kids and adults will love the natural locs they receive here, and word of mouth referrals from satisfied folks keeps this place hopping.