Salon Rouge – Moved

Salon Rouge moved in at 1030 Washington St. in Hoboken

In just about two months – Salon Rouge successfully moved locations, settling into their new spot at 1030 Washington Street last week. Very unusual that a move like this can be made with such expediency in Hoboken.

Description: Unisex Beauty Salon. Cut & style, color, texture, treatment, waxing, manicures and pedicures.
Address: 1030 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 418-8900

Salon Rouge in Hoboken to move to bigger space – for less money!

10/18/2011 Update:

Salon Rouge beauty salon is currently located at 1108 Washington Street.

However, Hoboken411 found out that they’re moving less than a block south, to the old HomeSlice location at 1030 Washington St.

The owner Elias said that he’s actually getting more square footage for less rent per month, which is always good for business. However, since the new spot isn’t presently equipped for a salon to move right in – it could be a few months before the transition takes place.

Good luck with the new location, Salon Rouge!

Salon Rouge moves to old Homeslice location in Hoboken NJ

Salon Rouge – Hoboken, NJ

8/14/2006 Update:

They had a grand opening this past Friday. Salon Rouge replaced the previous “Pelo Salon”.

I spoke with the Lebanese owner, Elias, for a few minutes, and they seemed to be a nice bunch of people. They had snacks and wine for us to enjoy. Funny thing is, the spinach pies they had were better than Ali Baba. Too bad they just cut hair.

Prices seemed reasonable. See the PDF of their offerings HERE.


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Sunday, September 26, 2010 1:57 am

Unprofessional and Inexperienced. I had a japanese (Bio-Ionic) straightening treatment done with Blanca in May 2010 and my hair was burnt. Prior to my appointment I had explained to Blanca that I dye my hair every 2 weeks because of hair regrowth and that I had the formol dehydade straightening (similar to the Brazilian) done about 6 months before. She seemed to understand what it was. She explained the process and mentioned that the first portion would be on my hair about 40 mins. After applying it I noticed something went wrong because she removed the product after only 10 mins. She completed the whole process and while drying my hair at the end she mentioned that the back portion of my hair had a patch with a different hair texture like “nappy” hair (my hair incidently is wavy but straight if blowed dryed and would not need a strateightening treatment if it wasnt for the large amount I have and for trying to save time drying and styling, so I thought what she mentioned was odd). She charged me $350 for the treatment plus another $50 for shampoo also Bio-Ionic. After I washed my hair 3 days later, I noticed that my hair was burnt and lost a chunk of it. I now have a sizable patch of hair chopped off and the remainder is burnt. The rest of my hair is straight but dry and it has a chewing gum texture: “lifeless”. I had it looked by other… Read more »

Monday, September 28, 2009 9:45 am

I agree that Gloria is a fantastic manicurist.

Sunday, September 27, 2009 3:55 pm

What an awesome experience!! Came to the salon to say hi to my buddy who just started working there. Ended up getting a manicure and pedicure from Gloria – she did an amazing job!! Blanca is really nice and does wonderful hair too. My friend Chris has been doing my hair for ages, he is truly the best and cuts, color, and bangs!! (btw I’m a girl, Bob is the name of my cat hahaha)

Wednesday, August 27, 2008 4:10 am

I went there for the first time, and while my hair does look great here’s what I didn’t like. I went in last week to ask how much a wash/cut/blow dry would be. The owner called over a sylist and had him look at my hair (the lenght) and told me for my hair which is medium long it would be $60. I thought that was fine so I made an apt. I also requested a deep conditioning treatment which they said would be $15. It felt like I got just a regular shampoo and when I asked the owner he told me they did not give me the conditioning treatement I asked for. So why did I make an apt for it?? When I went to pay the owner told me it was $70 for the haircut. I told him they told me in person it would be $60 and pointed to the apt book open on the counter where he had written next to my hame $60 and $15. He told me they never do my lenght hair for 60. I insisted that is what they quoted me so he ended up letting me pay that price. Like I said, my hair looks good, but I didn’t get what I wanted (the conditioning treatment) and I thought the pricing thing was a little shady. I’ll try somewhere else next time. If you go be very clear on what you are paying!

Sunday, June 3, 2007 5:12 pm

I tried out this place a few times. At first I enjoyed my color and cut but then I realize the owner wasnt keeping track of the color that she was using on me and started seeing a difference. She also is way too much about herself to have a successful salon. Her personal life should be kept outside of her business. I dont recommend coming here there are plenty of salons in hoboken.

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