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New beginnings sometimes start with making a decision to take on a fresh new look. Makeovers bring a fresh perspective to individuals looking to stand out in self-expression or simply pamper themselves. Browsing through magazines and websites are convenient ways to search for that new hairstyle in the makeover process. Taking on a new look is an adventurous task safely pursued in the company of professional stylists with an eye for artistic creation. With a new hairstyle or even hair color, there is the possibility of trying new makeup colors defining a radiant full makeover. Here are the best places to get a refreshing new makeover in the city of Los Angeles.
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(credit: Michelle B./yelp)


Michelle Butler Style Loft
1771 N. McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(310) 428-1720
www.michellebutlerstylist.com

Michelle Butler’s Style Loft provides deep conditioning hair treatments and progressive hair styling sessions for patrons to enjoy. A unique choice for haircuts is the dramatic C-shaped layered haircut, one of Butler’s sought after hairstyles with patrons. Hair color options range from single tone coloring to highlighting services. When seeking a new look involving longer hair, this salon offers its customers hair extensions made of natural European hair imported from Italy.

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West End Salon
520 N. La Cienega Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90048
(310) 855-0048
www.westendsalon.biz

The West End Salon is a specialty salon nestled in the heart of West Hollywood. This unique salon offers patrons a variety of pampering services including hair makeovers that range from new layered haircuts, custom hair color sessions and other hair treatments. On top of it all, this salon offers nutritional facials for dewy fresh skin. Professional makeup services are also offered. Pampering sessions for patrons can include a new hairstyle, facial and makeover followed by a custom photo shoot right on the premises.

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Art Luna Salon
2116 Main St.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(310) 450-7168
www.artlunasalon.com

Art Luna is a specialty salon that offers consultations to discover hat new hairstyle that shines with modern, contemporary style. Located in the heart of Santa Monica, the salon’s ambience is peaceful yet filled with creative energy of unique stylists with a commitment to serve each client’s aesthetic goals in bringing out their natural radiance and beauty.

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(credit: Timothy A./yelp)


Ole Henrikson
8500 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
(310) 657-9670
www.olehenriksen.com

Ole Henrikson is a spa that offers a modern setting with an ambience of tranquility. Facials are custom designed from collagen treatments to facials using natural creams that include licorice and vitamin C to nutrify the skin. Nail care, waxing, threading and foot soaks are additional services offered by this full service salon. Oxygen facials, hydra facials, light therapy and complexion treatments are a few of the specialty services available to customers looking to accentuate their look to the next level of excellence.

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Sally Hershberger
760 N. La Cienega Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
(310) 854-4922
www.sallyhershberger.com

This specialty salon offers custom hair conditioning treatments bringing shine to the hair using natural product lines. The result of a hair treatment here is a luxury spa session for the hair and scalp. This salon represents the vision of master hair stylist Sally Hershberger, who is also the owner.

Related: Best Hair Salons In Los Angeles


Belinda Ware is a Hollywood Insider news journalist who finds herself in the right place at the right time covering celebrity news, pop culture, opinion pieces and general breaking news stories on the latest trends in popular news. Her hobbies include golf, chess and world travel. Read more on Examiner.com.

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