LA Barbershop is Singapore’s first barbershop for ladies. The salon focuses on giving quick cuts and has an old-school barbershop feel to it.
All hairstylists at the salon have over 10 years of experience so you know it’s going to be good. Besides quick cuts, the salon also has various other services such as perms, colours and hair treatments. If you’re looking to pamper yourself, try the moisturizing hair treatment that uses Japanese brand, Lebel’s products. Made with vegetable extracts, the treatment will leave you with incredibly soft and silky hair.
Located within Millenia Walk is Zinc salon. The place boasts an all-Korean team that promises a full Korean experience. Spacious and sleek with an industrial chic interior, you’ll definitely fall in love with the plush interiors!
The stylists are all extremely experienced within their own expertise, and are also fluent in English so you don’t have to worry about miscommunication. Try the Korean perm because that is their forte. A perm may be a no-brainer, but this all-Korean team should be able to take the Korean wave to the next level!
#02-48/49, 9 Raffles Boulevard
Leekaja Beauty Salon
Located within Mandarin Gallery is this one-stop beauty destination. With franchises all over Korea and other countries including America and now Singapore, Leekaja isn’t just a salon. It provides a suite of beauty services including nail art, eyelash extensions and makeup packages. The place also houses a cafe that serves you refreshments while you pamper yourself, making it the perfect place for a monthly indulgence.
The salon’s signature? The highly raved Cinderella keratin treatment that promises to salvage damaged hair by strengthening and repairing it. If you’re into a holistic pampering experience, consider the head spa and scalp treatment.
#03-13, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road
Dusol Beauty Singapore
Most K-fans would have heard of Dusol hair salon. A Korean chain overseen by the celebrity management company, Sidus HQ, our local franchise is managed by mostly Korean stylists. The good people at Dusol are constantly trained to keep up to speed on the latest and hottest trends, so you are definitely in good hands here.
Have a go at their oh-so-popular Mool gyul perm, also known as “mermaid” hair, to be one step closer to realising your dreams of being a mermaid. And if you’re still unsure, check out their Korean director’s YouTube channel for a showcase of some of his best styling methods.
#B1-19, Scotts Square, 6 Scotts Road
Ji Won Hair Salon
One of the first Korean salons to open shop on our little red dot, Ji Won at Wheelock Place will transform you into a K-Drama starlet with hair services that focus on a natural finish.
You’ll leave the salon with locks that are luscious and soft, airy and oh-so-natural looking with a glossy and healthy appearance. The only downside? its pricing is rather steep but hey, you pay for what you get.
#03-02, 501 Orchard Road
Koinonia is actually a Greek word that roughly translates to “joyful sharing”, and Koinonia Salon aims to provide just that with its services to its customers.The services provided in-house are all inspired by Korean styling techniques, like the oh-so-popular S- and C-curl perms.
Do you have frizzy and coloured hair that can no longer withstand further damage? If you still insist on straightening your hair, try volume rebonding. Unlike usual rebonding, this treatment is said to last longer; up to three or four months. In addition, the chemicals used are intensively moisturising, causing little damage during the entire process. So bid farewell to frizzy hair!
The final highlight of the treatment is the S- or C-curl that’s applied at the roots for a subtle boost in volume, as opposed to the rather flat top you get when you rebond at regular salons.
#01-47, 71 Seng Poh Road
We’re just going to put this out there: There is unlimited coffee, free parking, a VIP corner and the salon uses chemical-free ingredients. Plus the decor of Salon b is lush and cushy, and makes for a great place to hang out if you have nothing on. Leading the salon is director Sunny Lee, who helms a Korean and Asian crew specialising in intense cuts and colour, plus the the hallyu (Korean wave) perm, of course.
If you’re looking for something that’s more than just a beauty salon, Salon b will cater to all your needs with its lifestyle concept. Intense colours, remember? Now you can be that edgy Korean pop star to stand out from your group of friends.
1 Nassim Road
If you have only heard good things about La Coco hair salon but can’t seem to find the location anywhere on Google Maps, it’s because the salon has rebranded itself and is now known as Jean Pierre.
Featuring both local and Korean stylists, Jean Pierre Kim and his team provide bespoke cuts and styling. Not sure who he is? Director Jean Pierre Kim is a well-known and exceedingly experienced celebrity stylist, so you’ll always be pampered with a hairstyle that is on trend, one-of-a-kind and definitely suitable for your face shape.
#04-13, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Road