3 Great Autumn Hairstyles And The Spots To Score Them!

Ever get amazing twinges of hair-envy every time you see a girl with utterly cool tresses stroll past you? Us, too. But this time, we've decided to do something about it. We tapped three local ladies with to-die-for ‘dos and drilled them on their secret sources. What we came away with was a list of three super-cool salons scattered around S.F. From the Haight’s funky Edo Salon, to Johnny Bueno’s city slicker studio in Union Square, and cozy Mission spot Devil’s Hairhouse, we explored just where these awesome cuts come from. Check out the spaces and faces after the jump, and be prepared to get inspired, no matter what color or length your own locks might be... now.
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The Salon: Edo Salon, 601 Haight Street (at Steiner Street); 415-861-0131.
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The Girl: Santina Brohen, 31, SQL Analyst at ModCloth and blogger at Style by Santina.
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Inside of Edo's funky space in the heart of the Lower Haight.
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The Cut: Silver pixie with lavender panels.
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The Expert: Nicole Hagen: "I've been loving pastel hair color this year. It's subtle and unexpected, and a great way to add edge without looking juvenile. Plus, Santina's color will retain an opalescent luster far longer than any run-of-the-mill platinum."
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The Salon: Johnny Bueno Color Studio, 166 Geary Street, Suite 1005 (at Stockton Street); 415-362-2668.
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The Girl: Selena Bueno, 19, student.
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Johnny Bueno's light-soaked Union Square studio.
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The Cut: Modern long layers.
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The Expert: Jeremy Jenks: "This is the perfect haircut for Selena or anyone who wants to maintain their length this fall. A long or short fringe can be the perfect accent to to this sexy yet stylish look."
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The Salon: Devil's Hairhouse, 3386 18th Street, hidden above Zoe Bikini boutique (between Capp and Mission streets); 415-367-5666.
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The Girl: Natalie Goel, 27, Program Manager at Shop It To Me and blogger at Like Fresh Laundry.
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The dimly lit romantic space (which is unmarked out front) features chandeliers, a record player, and a touch of taxidermy.
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The Cut: A classic graduated bob with a lot of internal layering.
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The Expert: Deborah Czerwinski: “The internal layers allow the curls to be independent from one another, creating effortless, defined bounce. Plus, there’s a faster drying and styling time. It's a very wash-and-go haircut!”
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