Hair By Hanna is a family oriented, neighborhood hair salon located in the heart of West Newton Square, West Newton, MA. The owner, Hanna BenShabbat, has operated the salon for the past 26 years as well as having professional experience and being a licensed beautician since seventeen years prior to opening her salon in two different countries.
Hanna has managed several former salons in the greater Boston area such as Picadilly Hair Design which was located in Copley Square, Clemente Coiffeurs which was located on Park Drive between Fenway and Boston University, and at last Ultra Cut which is currently still open in the heart of Coolidge Corner, Brookline.
Hanna continuously updates her skills following today’s latest trends by attending various seminars followed by hair shows. Hanna has a diverse multicultural clientele that travel a far radius for the variety of services offered. Hanna, along with her staff speak more than a couple languages.
Hair By Hanna offers many services at their extensive experience-based salon specializing in colors, perms, organic treatments, tanning, waxing, and more! At Hair By Hanna, you can expect to receive the same services offered at any upscale salon only at neighborhood prices. Hanna and her welcoming staff would love for you to take the opportunity to call now for an appointment or come in to Hair By Hanna to receive holiday and weekly specials.
Hair By Hanna offers very convenient hours and are open Sundays! We also do house calls for our customers that are disabled or can't leave their house, prices vary by location.
Gift certificates are available upon request!
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Meet Hanna BenShabbat of Hair by Hanna in West Newton
2017-05-22 - BostonVoyager.com
Today, we’d like to introduce you to Hanna BenShabbat.
Hanna, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
My family owned several businesses in Boston, including four hair salons: Samson & Delilah, Piccadilly, Clemente Coiffure and Ultra Cut. I got my start by working at all of the salons, and learned the salon business, from the bottom up, eventually managing three of the salons. See more at Boston Voyager