Brooklyn >Commune Salon
“Everyone here was so friendly and kind.”
Citysearch Editorial Review. This spacious salon brings a little Japanese Zen to funky Williamsburg. Owner Aki Serita remodeled a loft that was once a photographer's studio to reveal gorgeous brickwork and a massive, three-paneled skylight. The high energy level of the all-Japanese styling team seems perfectly suited to the sunlight-drenched space. Stylists specialize in wash-and-go cuts and manage to work efficiently without making customers feel rushed. The philosophy behind the salon is gentle hair care, so non-irritating products that incorporate natural ingredients and minimal amounts of chemicals are favored.
Commune Rules. I went here with my friend and we had such a good time chatting with the stylist, that in no time our hair was done. Everyone here was so friendly and kind. I expect to return here for some time, if not forever. i wonder should i get some color next time? Probably. Anyway thanks to commune for making things easy in the hair world.
Impressive Hair Salon!. Commune is by far the best hair salon I've ever been to in Brooklyn. Aki, the owner does an amazing job on my hair and my friends and I have been a loyal customer of the salon for three years. She gives my hair the attention and dedication that it needs. I love this salon and bought all my christmas gifts in their boutique too!
Rude and bad service!!!. I've been to this Salon twice already but on the 3rd time, the stylist i had for the last two visit treated me and friend badly. She did not cut the way i asked and when i told her she didnt cut how i like it, she did not admit her mistake and said it was our fault. She was rude and disrespectful to us. She yells at us something like :"you are so crazy." Her name is Kanoko. I really don't recommend her to anybody. Try someone else that is worth your time, energy and money.
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