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Could these be Perth’s most Instagrammable salons?

Could these be Perth's most Instagrammable salons?

Salons nowadays are more akin to galleries than the simple spaces we ducked into for a wash and snip as kids.

Showcasing murals, bespoke couches and ornate chandeliers, many are just as intricate and colourful as the hairstyles they produce.

And not only do they attract clients ready for a new look but they also entice a slew of selfies once that new look is achieved.

Could these be our city’s most Instagrammable hair salons?

Boho Blonde

New to Balcatta, this glam two-storey treasure lures with a Palm Springs aesthetic complete with cactus garden, crisp white interior and neon highlights.

But it’s the showstopping Barbie-pink bathroom that will have phones, cameras and pouts at the ready.

Camera IconBoho Blonde glam pink bathroom Credit: supplied

Owner Kim Haberley — dubbed ‘The Blonde Whisperer’ — wanted to create an Instagrammable paradise, a space that you can’t help but take a snap or two in.

“The bathroom provides the perfect opportunity for a private photo shoot for clients to capture their beautiful fresh locks in a very memorable environment,” co-designer Lizzie Boyle said.

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Camera IconL-R: Kim Haberley (Owner, Boho Blonde) and Lizzie Boyle (Interior Designer, Studio Minima) at the new Boho Blonde salon at 4/80 Erindale Road, Balcatta. Credit: David Baylis/Community News

The 300sq m building, originally operating as a bank, will soon offer beauty services upstairs.

With a 200-plus waitlist, Haberley plans to expand her team shortly.

Circles of Hair

Both the Subiaco and Fitzgerald Street salons are known for their technicolour graffiti murals featuring a girl known as the ‘Scarlett Woman.’

Camera IconCircles of Subiaco’s colour bar. Credit: Nick Cooper

They also both showcase a lavish colour bar — where hair colours are mixed — and a coffee bar. The Fitzgerald locale also sells coffee to passers-by.

Camera IconCircles on Fitzgerald reception area Credit: supplied

“We wanted to create a unique look to our salons that hasn’t been seen before in Perth,” co-owner Jess Del Borrello said.

“The interior styling of our spaces shows the uniqueness of our brand personality. Our clientele is someone who is on trend, luxurious and loves to take care of herself.”

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Head Studio

Housed in a heritage Perth building in the King Street precinct, this showstopping salon is adorned with beautiful windows and exposed brick from the 1800s as well as large ornate gold mirrors and a grand staircase leading to the colour room.

Artwork painted on the walls by Rebecca Wetzler, which was installed 12 years ago, still demands attention as does a striking carved table for clients to relax around.

Camera IconHead Studio’s entrance is often featured on Instagram. Credit: Instagram

“The studio has a feeling of opulent spacious beauty, creating a calming and unique environment,” owner Rose Cain said.

“It’s important to our Instagram and social media followers to feel they can relax in our space, and our famous entrance is often snapped by passing tourists and those that visit.”

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