The Four Best Beauty Salons in Toronto

The excellent beauty salons in Toronto are abundant and owned and managed by many talented workers who know their job around a makeup kit and pair of scissors. Naturally, there is no need to go to Ottawa, Windsor or Brampton to get your make-up, hairdressing, and cosmetic treatments. Unless, of course, you are someone’s loyal follower. Here is the list of the four best beauty salons in Toronto.

1. Fraiche Salon:
There are many beauty salons in the Church Wellesley Village area but Fraiche Salon stands alone with its focus on hair coloring, straightening, perms, facial, waxing and combined packages so that you can make a perfect choice. Offers start at $60 for females and $50 for males. It is a nice quiet place in the city where you can listen to Opera and Jazz and get mollycoddled.
All the lotions used in the salon are available for sale and in addition to the hair treatment, you can also schedule appointments for pedicure, manicure, facial, laser hair removal and massage therapy.

2. West Salon and Spa:
Sandwiched between the Beaver and Brooklynn Bar, the West Salon and Spa beautifies the visitors six days a week with products made by Moroccanoil, Kevin Murphy, and Guinot. An average haircut for begins at $35 for males and $55 for females. A one-hour deep massage with a registered and qualified therapist costs you around $90, an Essie polished pedicure or manicure combo costs around $60 and spray on tan performed by a registered aesthetician is about $55. The aesthetician can make a Brazilian wax that may last for four month, and even longer.
They also sell a variety of Schwarzkopf products including organic moisturizers and skin cleaners, eco-friendly oil shampoos and conditioners. The Salon uses the latest massage sofas which offers
a great relief after a treatment. It is really an hour of joy and relax.

3. Fringe Salon:
The hair stylists and beauticians at Fringe Salon are trained, experienced and constantly training themselves on the newest styles and trends. They specialize in hair coloring, cutting, updos and their specaility is dealing with hair loss using special shampoos. Fringe Salon was founded in 2007 with an aim to bring the best hairstylists and beauticians under one roof. It remains open from Tuesday to Saturday and the haircuts range between $50 to $75, coloring begins at $70 and all the other beauty treatment ranges between $20 to $70.

4. W Lifestyle:
W Lifestyle makes one of the best beauty salons in Toronto. With more than 15 years of experience in the field of fashion, W Lifestyle has created a name for itself. The salon is located in the center of the Original Queen Street West. For all those looking for a great quality hair cut and pampering in a relaxing and fun filled atmosphere, W Lifestyle is the best choice. The price varies from service to service. Continue Reading

About Toronto


Toronto is Canada’s largest city, the fifth largest in North America. Live about 2.6 million people, plus another 6 million residents of outlying suburbs. It is the capital of Ontario, Canada’s most populous province. It is beautiful, exciting and loaded with different types of activities, that attract visitors from around the world. Here you will get to know the city’s main districts of this special study on transportation options, the weather warnings for tourists and other important information that will help you deliver a successful and safe trip.

Downtown (Downtown) is called the heart of Toronto downtown, and it contains most of the attractions and activities the city has to offer. There is almost no chance to skip over it, even if you really exert yourself. So what features downtown? It includes the financial district (Financial District), which is the most important economic center in Canada (many banks and people in expensive suits). It includes the promenade along the harbor (the harbor front), a cozy place that offers free concerts during the summer months. It also includes the local Chyna Town, one of the largest of its kind in North America, with excellent Chinese restaurants and a lot of atmosphere. In addition, downtown contains some of the most pleasant neighborhoods in Toronto. One of them is the Annex, a magical place with old buildings, excellent restaurants and a magnet for shoppers. Speaking of shopping, if you (especially you) section of Intag`, you should visit Kensington Market (Kensington) cosmopolitan, it is also downtown. In short, a whole world in the big one – and this is just the beginning. Continue Reading