Rouge Introduces Dry Hair Styling



It is a well-known fact that Rouge in Salem has some of the best makeup, for purchase and for application, in the area. They are the perfect destination for getting all dolled up for a night on the town, a prom, a wedding, or any other special event you might have planned. Add to their already-wide array of services dry hair styling, and Rouge becomes a one-stop shop for all things beauty.

Styling options include formal updos—where the stylist will customize a coiffure from their look book—curling and/or flat ironing services take “your look to the next level by using the proper hot tools to achieve your desired look.” They also offer braid, twist, and pony services that transform standard styles by adding braids and twists to buns and ponies.

The dry styling services also include “One-to-One Tips and Tricks” appointments during which clients sit down with a trained stylist for advice on strategies and products that will achieve the desired look. Rouge carries the entire line of Bumble and Bumble hair care products, so no matter your hair texture or length, they will have something for you.

The services are priced anywhere from $20 for a simple braid or pony to $65 for a formal updo. Walk-ins are welcome, though One-to-One appointments must be booked in advance. The next time you’re craving a little zing in your hair routine, make sure to stop by Rouge!

Rouge, 322 Derby St., Salem, 978-740-1044, rougesalem.com 

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