- Payment method:
- mastercard, visa, all major credit cards
- Uwajimaya Village
- Downtown Seattle, International District
- Beauty Salons, Hair Braiding, Barbers, Hair Stylists
- Other Information:
Parking: Lot, Free
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
By Appointment Only: Yes
04/27/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I just had my first Japanese straightening treatment with Juno, and I couldn't be more impressed! He was very knowledgeable and had just been to Japan to learn the latest techniques that would allow the hair to be straight, but still have some volume. He was very accommodating, and even came in on a Sunday (when the salon was closed) to do my treatment. In addition, Juno understood that, as a college student, I couldn't afford a ridiculously expensive straightening, so he didn't charge me an arm and a leg! Plus, he said I could come in in 3 months and do a touch up on the grow out for a great price too!! All in all, a fantastic experience!
11/12/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I'm pretty picky about my hair and Euri totally understood! She asked questions about what I wanted and was very nice to chat with! I was also given tea while I was waiting. The best part about my cut was when it started to grow out it still looked great. I'm definitely going back and have recommended her to all my friends. If you want a great cut and a friendly stylist see Euri!
07/26/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Over the last 2 years I went to Yuko at least 5times I would say. She did my haircut, perm, and highlights. I almost did hair extensions with her but she said it would damage my hair and did not recommend me doing it, shows that she truly cares for her customer :) my friends liked the highlights on my hair and I kept getting feedback on it. The haircut was always good: just enough layering and bangs are always at the right length; stylists I go to now don't layer my hair the way I'd like them to :(
I was gone from Seattle for the last 6 months and when I came back, the stylists at Salon Juno told me over the phone that Yuko doesn't work there anymore! And they don't know where she went. I went to another salon instead.
If anyone knows where Yuko works now please message me :) thanks!
05/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I went to Mary for a haircut when I was visiting Seattle in early May. I did some research on local hair salons in Seattle before I flew from Minnesota to Seattle. I was very concerned about Mary's skills because of some bad reviews about her leaving Juno. But I still wanted to give it a try because she still has so many excellent reviews. And I am glad that I made the decision to go to Mary. She's dedicated to her job and is absolutely good at haircut. I am very happy with my hairstyle. She did an excellent job in cutting good layered haircut. I am very picky when it comes to haircut and have been looking for good hair stylists. I?ll definitely go to Mary again next time when I visit Seattle.
04/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I had Mary So cut and straightened my hair for almost three years now and she's also our family hair stylist. I really value her opinion when it comes to picking out hair styles because she will tell you if a certain style will work out or not.
I naturally have puffy, frizzy, and curly hair so I decided to do the Japanese Thermal Hair Straightening. She did an AMAZING job, leaving my hair smooth and shiny!!! At first I was scared to try her out coz I was afraid that she'll ruin my hair but it turns out, she really did an EXCELLENT job. I couldn't ask for more. She gave me a smooth, shiny, silky straight hair that I've always wanted. I really love it!!
She's dedicated to her work and fun to be with. Where ever Mary go, I will follow her! Even if she moves to another state!! Even though she's not working in Salon Juno anymore, you can still get a hold of her by calling her on this # (206) 579-3218.
04/02/2009Provided by Citysearch -
ohh it's a bad person who wrote any bad think to mary like ate while she do her job and what ever, acctually she is a great hair styliest that i had ever met, long time a go i got my perm and is awesome i like what she did to my hair, and than after 3 weeks i came to do my hair color, she did like what i want it, wow i can'i imagine how perfect she did, and for the people made a bad review to mary i think they only jealous with mary, and for everybody who saw the bad review of mary all the bad think of mary it's not true, you should try mary frist before you said it, i don't understand why people wrote bad review to mary, so stupid that person, and i think 5 STAR for salon juno is her, if there 10 star for salon juno is for MARY SO, thanks Mary what you did to my hair GO MARY..... ; )
03/30/2009Provided by Citysearch -
uhh i don't get all the reviews on here praising mary? i've been going to salon juno for a few years and mary was pretty decent, but there are and were other stylists at the salon who were just as good as mary, if not better. i guess she is more insistent on getting her clients to post online reviews or something. just look at all the reviews advertising her phone number... but anyway.
on my most recent trip to the salon i got my hair cut by one of the new stylists. unfortunately i forgot to get her name. however, she gave me an awesome haircut, with good even layers. she was also pretty friendly and we had a nice enough chat in the 50 min or so that it took for my hair to get cut. then i went to the uwajimaya food court to get some noodles, but that's another story.
03/29/2009Provided by Citysearch -
wow i went to juno after reading some reviews, i wanted to see how and expensive haircut would be like but i must say i am really disappointed... the lady cut my hair for like 45 minutes which was a long time and i thought it would mean my hair would look great but even as she tried to style it to cover the mistakes i guess it simply looked cheap and no offense... with her 'talent' i could just go to SUPERCUTS, i mean if you are going to spend 45 minutes on someones hair and you cant make it look nice you seriously shouldnt try to charge them $50 for a haircut! i was shocked when i heard the price like ""are you serious"" you know you messed up and you are trying to charge me $50?! i had A LOT of hair! there was no reason to mess up so badly, when i went home to check in the mirror i noticed the layers werent even the whole hair looked chopped up! what in the world was the stylist doing for 45 minutes?! wow I cannot believe the people the owner hires ... i wont be going back... PLEASE SAVE YOUR MONEY!
03/25/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I was originally booked for 10:30, and Michelle called me the day before letting me know that she had been double booked. I re-booked for 11:15am, with the condition that I get out by 12 to get to a meeting with a friend.
I came in 10 minutes late and waited a few minutes until Michelle (at least I think it was her, she never introduced herself) greeted me with, ""I thought you weren't coming. You sad you had to be leave at 12:00"". I told her that I could stay until 12:15-12:30. I thought nothing of it, and sat down for a haircut.
My hair was a blunt, slightly below shoulder-length cut. I didn't have anything specific in mind besides layers starting at my chin and ending at shoulder length, as well as bangs that were just below my eyes. I also wanted a cut that would make my hair look less flat. She cut for about 15 minutes, then blowdried my hair, put product into it, and then trimmed for another 20 minutes. At this point, I was happy with my cut since it looked good after the blowdrying job.
However, when I got home, took a shower, and let it dry naturally to see the actual shape of my hair, my right side had almost no layers on it and my left side had quite a bit of layers. My friends have told me that my hair looks almost exactly the same, except one side of my hair looks thinner than the other.
Note: I understand that she has a schedule to keep and that I was 10 minutes late, but she still had 30-40 minutes to basically trim by already-shoulder-length-hair into layers and make it even. Second, I am a new customer to her version of Salon Juno (sans Juno and Mary) and she knew it. Third, I tipped her $20 because I planned on coming back frequently since I expected her to be as good as Juno, who had cut my hair expertly about a year back.
The ""greeting"" was rude, the cut was horrible, and the price is not worth the investment. Maybe this was just an instance of bad luck but every aspect that should be good was bad. I am an unhappy customer.