Many students leave the prestigious Graham Webb Academy for top of the line salons or come back now and then to touch up their skills in contemporary hair trends. Graham Webb lets you take advantage of their learning process!
I’ve heard rumors that the only setback is that hair services can take a little longer because students are supervised. Basically, you participate in the learning process but services are no less professional than a top-of-the-line salon but way, WAY less expensive.
As a returning full-time student myself, I’ll be sure to look into Graham Webb for my next haircut. Located in Rosslyn, Va., Graham Webb isn’t far at all for those living in Northern Virginia or the city.
Hair isn’t all they do: Graham Webb does manicures make-up applications and manicures for $10 each. Take a look at the great prices on client services offered by Graham Webb students.
Those with high maintenence hair needs might find themselves extremely dissapointed after moving to D.C. It’s impossible to find a half-decent salon around here than can cut and color hair for less than $150. Now you can keep your mental health in tact, rest assured there is one place in the D.C. area that’s both good and cheap.
Haircuts for $30? Partial color for $60? This has got to be a joke. No, it’s Bang Salon and Spa in D.C.’s cool U Street neighborhood.
My friend with the thickest, longest red hair I’ve ever seen loves Bang. I fully trust her opinion considering her hair must be a precious commodity to love and protect. I’ve had varied and more expensive experiences in D.C. but I fully intend on trying Bang the next time I need a ‘do. Circe Day Spa in Alexandria, Va. is an excellent, but like I said, pricey option too.
Read some reviews of Bang Salon in the Washington Post.
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