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July 11 2014

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24-Hour (Hair) Party People

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Next time you find yourself in bed at 3 a.m, restlessly trying to lull yourself back to sleep, forgo the standard “read until your eyes get heavy” routine and go get a massage—or a double-process color job with a quick blow-out and a nail polish change. Open 24 hours a day 365 days a year, Hairparty24hours makes round-the-clock maintenance possible, offering a whole host of hair care, coloring, makeup, skincare, and nail and massage services for your pampering pleasure. Specializing in hair extensions (and offering both Japanese and Brazilian hair-straightening techniques), the Seoul, Korea, transplant also boasts blow-outs from $40, cuts from $70, and bikini waxes that start at $30. “I don’t have time” is officially no longer a viable excuse for letting yourself go.



Hairparty24hour Salon
is located on 76 Madison Avenue at 28th Street. For more information or to make an appointment, call (212) 213-0056.

Photo: Courtesy of Hairparty24hour Salon

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  1. Nigelific says:

    I think this is a very interesting idea, but I wonder if it is just a trend that will fade out?
    As a hairstylist in Los Angeles, I can tell you that even in the middle of the day on Saturdays, my salon often has downtime.
    Never do I wake up at three in the morning and say to myself, “Hmmm, maybe I should go get my hair colored right now…”. I can understand staying open later to cater to those with a busy schedule, but all hours every day?! Even Christmas?! That just seems insane to me!
    I am just wondering how much business they generate in the wee-hours of the morning that makes it worth it to be opened 24 hours? I think it could become popular soley for the fact that it is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, but that nobody will really go get a makeover because they can’t sleep.

  2. triplesticktape says:

    Nigel, maybe your salon just SUCKS.

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