Makeovers

Makeovers offers new client specials in Hoboken

Here’s a little style update for you today. Makeovers has been happily settling in at their new location at 327 Washington Street – and wanted to let both old and new residents know about their rewards program as well as new client specials.

For one, they have a Customer Rewards program (like a frequent shopper) that enables you to get a free blowout or men’s haircut after just 10 visits. You’ll also be on the list for secret sales which only members receive. Call 201-420-1444 for more info.

Their new client specials include $35 wash-cut-blowout, $49 color touchup (w/ blowout) and $99 highlights (including 20 foils and blowout). Even if you have a regular stylist – sometimes it’s nice to explore the waters. You never know – maybe you’ll be happier?

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You can follow Makeovers on Facebook – or check them out on their “website” (remember those?) here www.makeoversbeautybeat.com.

Makeovers is the premier beauty supply store & salon in Hoboken!

12/5/2014 Update:

You have to give some businesses in Hoboken some serious props. Makeovers at 327 Washington Street is a fine example.

For one, they’ve stayed in business over 15 years in an up and down economy. This is especially noteworthy because beauty products are often considered near the top of the list of discretionary items that might get cut in bad economic situations. They’ve pulled through.

And secondly, rather than leave town when the rent more than doubles (like Ricky’s), they pulled it together and found another place to serve local residents. And with the owner, and 80% of their employees living in Hoboken, it’s nice to see them hold on and maintain presence.

That said – perhaps (and without the need of American Express telling us how to shop local), some of you Hoboken411 readers can swing by and show some support. They even have cut and color specials for new customers (like a $35 wash, cut and blowout – or a free cut and blowout with any highlight service!)

As you can see from the photo gallery below, they have an extensive selection of all the skin, hair and beauty supplies anyone might need – and I’m sure they can get you pretty much anything if they don’t have it in stock (free delivery too!)

Kudos to Makeovers for hanging in there and having faith in the local Hoboken community!

The move is complete: Makeovers has a new home

11/10/2014 update:

Congratulations to Makeovers in Hoboken for two things: Completing their move across the street – and surviving in a not-so-friendly business climate!

Their move to 327 Washington Street was done a couple weeks ago. Stay tuned for a grand re-opening celebration very soon!

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Description: Full service salon & Beauty supply center, Hair, skin care, nails, Bath & Body, Cosmetics, Beauty appliances – nail care, skin care, hair care, Color, colognes, perfumes, gift baskets, Bio Ionic Retexturizing System – Permanent Thermal Reconditioning
Address: 327 Washington St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201)420-1444

Makeovers… makes a move in Hoboken to new location

7/8/2014 Update:

Makeovers has long been a “staple” of Hoboken. A beauty supply store – as well as a full-service salon. Currently located at 302 Washington Street, they’re making a big move come this fall. By September 2014, they will have moved across the street to 327 Washington Street (former home of “Greetings from Hoboken.”)

They said the reason they’re moving is mainly because the location is still viable, and with better rent and the chance to re-structure their layout. Currently, many people walking by don’t even realize they offer salon services.

The new location will prominently feature BOTH the salon and “product” easily visible from the sidewalk.

Congrats and good luck, Makeovers!

Makeovers Hoboken NJ moving to 327 Washington Street

Makeovers gets… makeover (renovation) in Hoboken

10/10/2006 Update:

Makeovers ummm.. makeover is complete. Thank you for making Washington Street look just a little better!

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Old look from late 2005:
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24 Comments on "Makeovers"


Member
8 years 11 months ago

Truley amazing work. Mel is by far the best hair stylist I’ve had. I’m always getting compliments on my hair.I highly recommend her to all. Aside from being incredibly talented, she is one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. I always look forward to my trips to the salon.

Member
8 years 11 months ago

how much does it cost to have your hair cut there?

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scharania
5 years 11 months ago

What they quote you initially and what you end up paying will be two different amounts. This salon has a reputation of gettingyou to agree to a certain aount initially to have work done. When the work is completed the final amount to pay is as much as double to the amount quoted and you are obligated to pay or the police will be involved.

In response to timber who said:
how much does it cost to have your hair cut there?

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plywood
5 years 11 months ago

could you please document or substantiate this in some way

In response to scharania who said:
What they quote you initially and what you end up paying will be two different amounts. This salon has a reputation of gettingyou to agree to a certain aount initially to have work done. When the work is completed the final amount to pay is as much as double to the amount quoted and you are obligated to pay or the police will be involved.

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Litteredboken
5 years 11 months ago

I had this happen to me a few years back. Thought I was paying 90 for half- head highlights, and got a bill for 180, but to be fair she ended up doing most of my head- AND it looked great. I really couldn’t argue it. You might mention it to the stylist who charged you… most of the stylists there are adults…

They do great hair here, though. Ramon (Ramone?) is extremely talented.

In response to plywood who said:
could you please document or substantiate this in some way

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crissyjen
5 years 9 months ago

My experience w this salon has been Great!in response 2 the earlier comment… As far the price goes, the girl @ the front desk couldn’t give me a quote; only the stylist. I was also getting highlights & my stylist, Mel, was the person who sat me down 2 discuss the process she’d recommend to reach my desired outcome. She made it very clear that the final $ would depend on the amount of highlights I’d need along w any toners added (I have a lot of hair which means there’s more work & time needed).That 1st visit I needed a full head of highlights so I payed a bit more but Mel explained that I wouldn’t need as many foils done the next time I’d get my hair done & the price would b less then. It was worth it! Mel did a fabulous job, she was honest about everything I’d need from day 1, & she continues 2 do my hair now. I’m a loyal client of her’s & my hair always looks amazing. I highly recommend her to any1 who wants a GREAT!

In response to Litteredboken who said:
I had this happen to me a few years back. Thought I was paying 90 for half- head highlights, and got a bill for 180, but to be fair she ended up doing most of my head- AND it looked great. I really couldn’t argue it. You might mention it to the stylist who charged you… most of the stylists there are adults…

They do great hair here, though. Ramon (Ramone?) is extremely talented.

Member
8 years 11 months ago

Hey! I get my hair done here too. She is great+
I guess the $ depends what you get done. I get highlights & lowlights. It’s different each time I go b/c sometimes I just need a touch up on my roots, sometimes I add more highlights and diff. color toners. I have really long hair so that tends to make it a bit pricier.- I think the least I have spent was $120 & the most around $300. You really need to go in for a consultation to get a $. I try to go on Wed. b/c you get a free haircut w/ color work. Mel is definitely worth the $. Check her out if you can.

Member
8 years 11 months ago

By the way, How can I leave a vote for MakeOvers?

Member
8 years 11 months ago

When I tried to vote, I just clicked onto the rating box w/ stars. When you click, make sure you click on the # of stars you want b/c it automatically casts your vote by hitting the box. I meant to rate 5 stars but clicked over #4 by accident & you can’t change your vote. In response to the prices at Makeovers; I find them reasonable compared to most pretentious salons in the city.