Sep 1, 2010 @ 13:36
Back in July, we told how 2220 Frederick Douglass Blvd was being prepped as a beauty salon. We have now learned of the exact name of the business going into that space. Bibi Salon is moving in! Date of opening is still TBD.
Based on their rate sheet, they will be offering a full line of services, such as a lash bar, facial hair removal, make-up, hair styling/extensions/treatments, and mani/pedis. Bibi’s price point ranges from $30 to $250 depending on the service.
My guess is Bibi Salon will be doing pretty good given their location. They’re gonna be surrounded by plenty of condos that are slowly filling up! However, they’re gonna have to compete with Polished Finger Tips and Z Nail Salon who both offer mani/pedis for reasonable prices.
Welcome to the Harlem neighborhood Bibi! And good luck with the opening!
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