Sun-Sentinel – November 30, 2009

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Posted On: November 30th, 2009

SoFla’s Most-Stylish Salons

Say Holiday Hair Goes Retro for 2009/2010

Hair often reaches its crowning glory this time of year. The holiday season brings with it a busier social calendar and the opportunity — nay, the hairdo duty — to try something a little dressier, a little thoughtful and a lot more glamourous. So we canvassed some of South Florida’s most follicle-forward hairstylists for the hot trends hair will have this season. It turns out a lot of them are looking backward for inspiration, sampling from the ‘20s, ‘30s, ’40s and ‘60s. Here is how some of the region’s trendiest primp palaces call it for the part-hearty holidays: SALON: Bond Street Salon
ADDRESS: 25 N.E. 2nd Ave., Suite 112 in Delray…
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Best of Delray – December 17, 2008

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Posted On: December 17th, 2008
BEST HAIR SALON Bond Street 25 NE Second Avenue The experts at Bond Street Hair know that a great hairstyle starts with healthy hair. “We use many organic products and include a protein treatment with every hair cut and color process,” says owner Lauren Donald.  “We encourage our customers to return weekly for a complimentary to maintain the integrity of their hair in between regular appointments.”  Male clients are offered interim “clean-up’s.”   This ultra-modern salon has products and services for every hair type. The salon is open from Tuesday and Saturday from 9 am to 6:30 pm and Wednesday through Friday  9am to 8 pm.…
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New Beauty – Winter/Spring 2007

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Posted On: December 21st, 2007
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Palm Beach Post – August 29, 2007

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Posted On: August 29th, 2007

Sisters visit sister city in style

BOB SHANLEY/Staff Photographer

DELRAY BEACH — Akane Kanai, 15, shows off her new hairdo to her sister, Ayana, 18, not pictured. The sisters, from Miyazu, Japan, have been in the area since Aug. 20, visiting as part of the sister cities program. Tuesday they were treated to a visit to the Bond Street Salon in Pineapple Grove, where they had their hair styled by salon founder Lauren Donald (left). They journey back to Japan today.…
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Boca Raton – July/August 2007

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Posted On: July 18th, 2007
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Boca Life – May 2007

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Posted On: May 19th, 2007
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Palm Beacher – May 2007

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Posted On: May 18th, 2007
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Boca Life – April 2007

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Posted On: April 18th, 2007
SPAS & SALONS LONDON CALLING By Kimberly Springer In a London kind of mood? Put the passport away and head to the coastal seaside town of Delray. No rain or fog here, just sun and ocean breeze. In the heart of artistic downtown Delray Beach, the Pineapple Grove Main Street District, there is a little piece of London, called Bond Street Salon. Its name is inspired by the famous Bond Street road located in the artsy and fashionable Mayfair District of the West End of London. Founder Lauren Donald has brought that hip British feel to her salon’s interior design, resulting in a white urban oasis highlighted with 1970s vintage-inspired mod white furniture. Donald’s international experience from London, England to Lugano,…
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Boca Raton News – December 24, 2006

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Posted On: December 24th, 2006

The Gift of Beauty

The recently opened Bond Street Salon in Pineapple Grove is offering terrific package for tresses! Gift your female friends to some hair pampering. The $140 pack includes: The service begins with an in depth consultation and hair analysis that covers the clients beauty regimen, lifestyle, concerns and goals for their hair. One or a combination of the Bb. Treatment products are used throughout the service starting with a relaxing shampoo and scalp massage for the scalp and hair. The selected treatment masque sits for 10 minutes with heat to allow the hair to receive and absorb the benefits of each specific treatment. After the mask has been rinsed, a clear gloss is used to coat and add…
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Sun-Sentinel – November 29, 2006

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Posted On: November 29th, 2006
YOU GROW, GIRL
by Rod Stafford Hagwood
FASSION COLUMNIST
In the ’60s, it was wigs. Now hair extensions are how women tress up their appearance. But beware, hollywood hair may cost you $2,500.
You — or more specifically, your hair — can go from bare bob to baroque bouffant in a matter of hours. South Florida salons are giving women chango-presto hair extensions that can radically or subtly alter one’s coiffure for a one-night-only special event or for up to six months. “My `a-ha’ moment? It was in 1998 and I was working on a Valentino campaign in New York,” said Bridgette Hill, a stylist with the Bond Street Salon in Delray Beach. “And this stylist came in with all these…
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