Sport A New Do: 4 Salons To Be A Hair Model in the Bay Area

Sport A New Do: 4 Salons To Be A Hair Model in the Bay Area

Because you may be a creature of constant change, let’s let your hair show it. These favorite salons are on the constant look out for willing hair models and we promise you, they don’t disappoint.

Cinta Salon

Located in the heart of Union Square, Cinta Salon is known for educating some of San Francisco’s top hair stylists. Some go on to run their own salons while others continue their training at the Grant St location. As a model for Cinta Salon, you can proudly sport the latest in hair fashion at a fraction of the normal cost. Be prepared to spend extra time at the salon, and be assured that all work is done by licensed stylists under the guidance of a senior stylist. // 23 Grant Ave, Union Square, Model Hotline — (415) 989-1000 ×203,


Edo Salon

This experimental hair studio is brimming with daily inspiration — from chic boho pixies to sleek and stylish horizontal cuts, Edo is leading SF in the creative cut world. Models are the essential candidates who will push the creative boundaries and let the senior stylists go wild. With an on-going desire for education, the hair stylists continue their training and create memorable styles that will have all of your friends asking where did you get styled? // 601 Haight St, Haight Ashbury, Learn more about hair modeling here,


di Pietro Todd

Knownfor edgy cuts and colors — say goodbye to Vidal Sasoon and hello to di Pietro Todd. Giving the models ahigh-level technical training for licensed cosmetologist, your experience in their salon will be out of this world. Essentially you’re apart of a larger “grad” school of hair cutting.Stop by on Monday’s and let the team know what you’re aiming for, from there you’ll be match with a student who best suits your expectations. // 177 Post Street, 2nd Floor, Union Square, More hair modeling info here,


Festoon Salon

Berkeley residents can also get in on this action with East Bay’s premiere Festoon Salon. The apprenticeship program is the heart of Festoon; the incorporation of new minds ensures that the salon is continually evolving to the needs and wants of their happy customers. Focused mainly on precise cuts, Feston will have your damned split ends running for the hills. // 1401 M.L.K. Jr Way, East Bay, More info on being a hair model,

Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photographs by Cinta Salon, Danielle Rueda, di Pietro Todd, and Festoon — Are you a beauty junkie? Have you seen who made our Best of Beauty 2016 list? Go get gorgeous.


Anthony is the founder of Bob Cut Mag and the director of business development. Anthony writes on LGBT, people, and gender issues but catch him also writing about other shenanigans he finds himself in. Want to partner with Bob Cut? Email him at

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