Top Korean & Japanese Hair Salons in Singapore

By Hidayah Salamat | Oct 06, 2011

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  • Top Korean & Japanese Hair Salons in Singapore
    I*CON Shunji Matsuo by Lily Xu

I*CON Shunji Matsuo by Lily Xu The latest addition to Shunji Matsuo’s growing empire specializes in Japanese celeb styles, as well as the more adventurous variety seen on the streets of Harajuku and Shibuya. Also available are Arimino Japan hairstyling products and treatments. #01-35 Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Rd., 6737-5311.

Jayun Hair Boutique Besides engaging in styles commonly seen on the streets of Seoul and Busan, Jayun also provides popular Korean treatments such as the Cyber Clinic and Rescue Perm. #03-03 Pacific Plaza, 9 Scotts Rd., 6887-4542.

Komachi the Hair Cult The stylists here have quite a rep for knowing what they’re doing and doing it well. Celeb hairstylist and makeup artist Andrea Claire has even raved openly about her session with hair designer Yoshiko Tsuji. #02-03/04 International Building, 360 Orchard Rd., 6339-9432.

La Coco Having started out with only two Korean hairstylists, the salon has since expanded, taking appointments from both men and women looking to get a Korean-inspired mop many local stylists aren’t familiar with. #04-13 Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Rd., 6884-4644.

Spa Scene Great for elaborate Korean hair treatments, you can browse their online catalog for an idea of what they do, which includes volume rebonding and the setting perm inspired by sexy superstar Lee Hyori. #03-27A Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Rd., 6337-4424.

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