Do you have unruly hair that traditional hair straighteners can’t tame? Or is your hair in dire need of a treatment that actually makes an improvement to its health? If you fall into either category, then you should try a Brazilian blowout treatment: a professional hair-smoothing treatment that straightens the hair, removes the frizz and makes hair shiny and manageable. Brazilian blowout treatments are a bit on the pricey side, but well worth it when your hair stays in great shape for up to four months. Just think — you won’t have to use damaging hair products and straightening irons to achieve the look you want. Check out these local Seattle salons who offer this “best-kept secret” of the Hollywood stars.
3121 E. Madison St., Suite 203
Seattle, WA 98112
Salon Dallas is one of the top salons in Seattle, providing beauty products and services for more than 25 years. The salon is located in Seattle’s posh neighborhood of Madison Park and it offers what has been called “Hollywood’s best-kept secret”: the Brazilian blowout hair treatment. Salon Dallas staff can treat your hair in only 90 minutes and as soon as you get home, it is safe to wash and dry your hair. Other services offered include haircuts, hair coloring and professional styling. Call today and schedule your Brazilian blowout treatment appointment with one of Salon Dallas’ five experienced stylists.
405 Cedar St.
Seattle, WA 98121
Located in the Belltown neighborhood, Sublime Salon is not far from Seattle’s Chief Sealth Square. This salon provides a wide variety of services including the Brazilian blowout, men’s and women’s haircuts and professional updos for special occasions. Sublime Salon offers several hair-coloring and treatment services as well, including foils, highlights, color correction, conditioning treatments and texturizing perms. Customers can also find top-of-the-line professional hair products to keep their hair in the best possible condition.
Fredericks of Greenwood
8524 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
This second-generation, family-owned salon has been open in Seattle’s Greenwood neighborhood since 1946. It provides numerous hair care services to customers of all ages. One of its popular new options is the combination of a Brazilian blowout treatment and an all-over color. These two services take about 175 minutes to complete. Customers can also opt to get the Brazilian blowout on its own, which can take between 90 and 105 minutes. Other services offered include haircuts, coloring, shellacking, highlights, foiling, brow waxing and professional styling for weddings or other special events.
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10315 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98133
Also located in the Greenwood neighborhood, Salon Escada is a newer salon, but owner Angela Scott has several years experience and is certified in a variety of services including Brazilian blowout, global keratin, organic hair coloring and single-strand extensions. Scott believes organic hair color is one of the best discoveries for hair, especially since it is a 100 percent vegan treatment and contains no ammonia, making it non-damaging. Brazilian blowouts work in a similar fashion as they straighten the hair, but this process is also non-damaging, unlike previous types of hair-straightening treatments. Salon Escada also offers haircuts for all ages, foiling, highlights, perms, braiding, updos and waxing services for the face.
6327 Ravenna Ave. N.E.
Seattle, WA 98115
Pinup Salon sits a few miles north of Seattle’s University Village. It is a more intimate salon that offers quality services and plenty of customer/stylist one-on-one time. In addition to offering Brazilian blowout treatments, Pinup Salon has numerous services for women and men including facial waxing, eyelash tinting, manicures, hair extensions, perms, color treatments, glamorous styling and haircuts. If you choose Pinup Salon, be prepared to be pampered and have a professional stylist all to yourself during each visit.
Sue Gabel has been writing entertainment and travel-related articles in the greater Puget Sound/Seattle area since 1999. She writes about music, the Seattle scene and more. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.