Sin Den salon has been long standing for over 20 years in a highly competitive market at Omotesando, Tokyo. All stylist had hairdressing experience overseas and speaks fluent English with sophisticated techniques and excellent international service skills. Sin Den collaborates with other salons in LA and NYC, as well as a frequent visit from Wella’s professional top artist, Aubrey, to make an appearance a few times every year as a creative director.
Sin Den Hair Salon in Omotesando
7 minutes walk from Omotesando station (Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line, Chiyoda Line)
* Once booking is confirmed, we email you the salon direction map and contact details.
• Monday to Sunday 10:00 – 20:00
• English (Fluent)
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He gained experience as hairdresser at hair salon in Kyoto, and migrated abroad. Experienced salon work in Vancouver, Manhattan, and Milan. Worked at a famous salon in Tokyo after coming back to Japan, and studied abroad at Vidal Sassoon Academy in London. He was trained overseas in hairdressing skills with all types of hair and bone structure, and all cultures. His customers are 100% foreign customers at Sin Den Salon, and specializes in short hairstyle that brings out the bone structure.
She graduated from beauty school in Tokyo, and worked as a hairdresser in Tokyo for 16 years before moving to the UK. Worked at Japanese salon in Soho, Bond Street. Majority of the customers who asks for her are blond, and from Canada, Australia, UK, and from the experience in UK, she specializes in highlights, balayage and neat haircut that brings out hair stream and lightness of the hair.
She studied at Glauca Rossi School of Make Up in London. She gained salon work experience in London, and moved back to work for famous hair salons in Harajuku and Daikanyama in Tokyo. She belongs to Sin Den Salon as a director, but she also works as hair makeup and hairstylist. She does make up for parties, bridal, photo shoot, and hair make up for actresses and fashion brand, and also teaches as a make up professor for companies.
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