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June 2009 - JANET PORCARO

Get Pampered at Salon Trilogy

Get Pampered at Salon Trilogy

 

Salon Trilogy  www.SalonTrilogy.com
1175 Walnut St.
Newton Highlands

617.558.9700

I look forward to my time at Salon Trilogy. Every six to eight weeks, I refresh my look and my mental health with the pampering staff at my favorite Newton Highlands salon. Lead stylist Jimmy Mann has been cutting my hair since my son was a baby. Jimmy works to enhance your finer features, and continually refine your look considering your personal style. His family must have the artistic gene because Jimmy’s brother, Isaac Mann is equally talented. My personal colorist, Traci Tuttle, always delivers quality with a spark of creativity. The space itself is warm and welcoming and I look forward to sitting at the comfortable “color table” where many of my friends also love to be “beautified.”  With plenty of friendly and talented staff members, you can always get an appointment.  Seems like every time I get my hair done, it is a rainy day. No matter. Leaving Salon Trilogy, I look like I’m ready for a gala event but most of the time; I’m heading home to make Lentil Soup or something nice for supper. More important, when I next shower, I know I’ll be able to work my style with ease.

Doggon-it!

Doggon-it!

Doggon-it! We tried several shops but this is the only place we trust to groom the queen of our home, Murphy. Ever since she was a puppy, they beautify her with a “lamb’s cut.” Short but awfully cute without being too done like those poor show dog poodles. They consistently do a great job and clean her ears and toes. The shop is immaculate with a large picture window into the grooming room. Great pet accessories and fabulous greeting cards!

The funny thing is that Murphy loves to go for a ride in the car except when she is going to be groomed–then she shivers and shakes the entire ride. Darned if I know how she can tell when she is going to be done, but she always does. I hand her over to the groomers who coo, “Murphy, come on, it’s not so bad.” …Reminds me of dropping my son off for Kindergarten. When I pick her up, she is cute as a button and happy as a clam.

Ronda Bendyun and Jill Federman and their crew keep it cheerful. Enter their happy shop and feel the love!

Doggon-it!
617-244-3003
556 Commonwealth Ave
Newton, MA 02459