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Antonino Salon where there’s no bad hair days ever
Visit us and see for yourself why we are the best salon in Michigan.
We are located at 191 Townsend (across from the Townsend Hotel) in downtown Birmingham, Michigan.
Antonino Salon is pleased to announce that Susan Thomas, from Susan’s Special Needs has made our salon her new home. Thomas, who has been custom tailoring Human Hair, Human/Synthetic and Synthetic wigs at her Pleasant Ridge location, decided to offer her services in a private corner on our salon floor. “Guests have said they feel very comfortable discussing their new needs and learning about this part of their journey in a salon setting” said Susan, adding “the salon atmosphere adds a more unique and comfortable experience”.
It’s also a perfect fit for wigs that need to be
personalized, as Antonino Salon offers customized color and cuts on wigs that
need extra attention.
With over 25 years of experience, Susan has been known in
metro Detroit as the wig specialist for Chemotherapy, Alopecia and Thinning Hair.
If you’re looking for a high quality, customized wig and
would like a salon experience at the same time, be sure to book your
Appointments can be made by contacting Susan Thomas directly
Susan’s @ Antonino Salon-another reason why at Antonino
Salon “there are no bad hair days…ever”.
Voted “Best Salon” four years in a row by Hour Detroit
The following is from an article in the New York Times on January 8, 2019.
By: Linda Dyett
Among the few notable things about this year’s Golden Globes was that so many women dispensed with long curling-ironed hair or chignons or whatever other frippery and just chopped it. Saoirse Ronan had a lob, or “long bob,” styled by Ben Skervin. Claire Foy: mini-bob. Maya Rudolph: sharp medium-long bob. Lobs, too, for Lucy Boynton (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) and Irina Shayk, a model.
This major bob moment comes exactly 100 years after an avalanche of women — 20,000 per week, according to the Women’s Improvement League — scandalized the world by cutting off their waist-long, painstakingly coiffed Gibson girl dos.
They chose instead an ear-grazing crop cut that until then had been worn only by willful, freethinking renegades — Bolsheviks, the Bloomsbury set, the up-and-coming Coco Chanel, Greenwich Village radicals, the fashion-forward ballroom dancer Irene Castle, who catapulted the bob into the American mainstream.
Already alert to cultural disruptions, F. Scott Fitzgerald, then 22, promptly wrote a short story, “Bernice Bobs Her Hair,” about the power of this new haircut on a hapless girl from Eau Claire, Wis., sent east to acquire social skills. Faced with taunts and dares, she marches into a barbershop, gets a bob and overnight is transformed into a ruthless, avenging, slash-and-burn Jazz Age vamp.
Fitzgerald was prescient about this as so much else. The bob, while now a classic, has never quite lost its unladylike insouciance. Even today, “switching to a bob is a little bit like giving the finger,” said Yves Durif, the New York hairstylist.
As if on cue at the start of 2019, this cheeky haircut has resumed its role as a take-no-prisoners rebuke to those long tresses, cascading below the shoulders, that have dominated the opening decades of the 21st century.
Mr. Durif, whose clients at his Carlyle Hotel salon include MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski and Kasie Hunt, called this Trump-era Lady Godiva look “clichéd and banal.”
“Long hair isn’t even interesting on the runway shows anymore,” said Julie Stahl, the C.E.O. of Blonde & Co., a New York creative content agency.
Ahn Co Tran, a hairstylist with a salon in Beverly Hills, said he cuts “oh my God, ever so many bobs.” They’re not a deluge (yet), but more and more are happening in the larger cities.
Antonino Salon-voted best salon by Hour Detroit, is located at 191 Townsend in downtown Birmingham-directly across from the Townsend Hotel.
Come visit us to see for yourself why at Antonino Salon and Spa “there are no bad hair days…ever”
The holiday season is upon us and so are all those holiday parties. Be sure to turn heads the minute you walk in the door. At Antonino Salon and Spa, all of our stylists are up to date on 2018’s hottest holiday hairstyles, makeup trends and know how to create the perfect look for you.
We now offer special pricing with participating stylists Monday through Friday, so be sure to inquire how to save money and look your best at the same time.
Call us soon to reserve your appointment by calling 248-258-5990 so you can get the time and date you need for your special event.
Visit us today to see why Antonino Salon has been named “best salon” four years in a row by Hour Detroit readers.
Antonino Salon-where there are “no bad hair days ever” is located at 191 Townsend in downtown Birmingham (across from the Townsend Hotel).