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With face control at Moscow's best bars and clubs amongst the toughest anywhere in the world, a visit to the beauty salon is an essential prerequisite to posing with the capital's jetset. The Expat Salon was set up to deliver the very best beauty services for country leavers who might be a bit nervous about ordering highlights in Russian. (The consequences of a miscommunication could be disastrous!). Every treatment is available, from your toenails polished to eyebrows plucked, with plenty of facials and massages in between. Men needn't feel left out either - 800 roubles for a buttock wax, just screams bargain. 'Scream' being the operative word.
Editor & Moscow Local
As an expat I have been visiting the fabulous girls at Expat Salon for 2 years now. I can highly recommend this salon from the English speaking staff who are always there to help you,to the very professional hairdressers who always want to do the very best for you and take great pride in their creations. thank you for your wonderful care and attention and all the little extra services you give always with a lovely smile!
Been there yesterday, the service is good, really liked the color and waxing. Ladies were very nice and friendly
Unprofessional. They either get lost in translation which is bad for a salon dedicated to expats OR they their expertise is questionable which is even worse for a salon. Especially when it comes to hair services.
Messing the colors, pulling your hair and so on. And all this for an insane amount of money. I do not recommend.
Hit or miss. I used to go to Expat Salon and they did a good job. There were some problems however, such as the time they added an extra zero to my bill (making it a thousand dollars instead of 100) and then took two weeks to return the funds to my debit card. The final straw was when the haircut was so terrible I ran from the store into another salon (spikey bangs cut so short they stuck in to the air, themselves the result of an attempt to fix the first bad cut) and begged them to fix it. Expat Salon still wanted me to pay that day, even though I left in near tears and had to pay the neighboring salon again to try and fix it. That salon did a lot better, both in hair cut and customer service so I go there now.
Hi my name is Anush need to know if your salon has hair extension service if you do what kind