Just a little post to share with you another salon I regularly visit in Lagos. I have always headed to Barazahi for their spa facilities; Massages, Body Scrubs/Treatments and Waxing, I hadn't ever gone in to the salon. Barazahi sits on a pretty large property that houses a Spa, Gym, Salon and even a Guest Chalet.
My visit to Barazahi salon was a 'last resort' scenario/situation. I'd been to my regular salon earlier in the day to let them know I was coming in later and had dropped off my hair extensions to have them washed and put in set-rollers. Came back much later in the day to "Sorry everyone is busy", "All these ladies are waiting, you'd have to join the queue". Asked for my hair extensions they were in a pan, wet and just left there. I was utterly disgusted, rang Barazahi they were less busy and I went STRAIGHT to them.
My friend's been going to Barazahi for a while, and she strolls in for 5pm appointments. Whereas at my former CATTLE-RANCH of a salon, I'd have to be there at 9am! And won't be done till about 4pm... I know, Ridiculous. My hair-stylist even left them at the New Year, so I definitely have no reason to go to back.
So back to the lovely Barazahi. Went in there a few weeks ago to get a pedicure and my weave put back in. This was the day after I got my hair treated with the lush ObJ Minty Shea HairButter. My stylist, Eniola, is the best! She makes you feel at ease and welcome.
Those who are familiar with Barazahi would be pleased to see this. Yay! They now have pedicure chairs!
They use Orly polish for the manis/pedis and they also sell them there. Same price as Ebeano N1500
I love the Layout of the salon. It's not a large space, but it's perfect.
Barazahi can be a little pricey, so that might put a few people off. But is it worth it? ABSOLUTELY. The quality of service you get and the products used justify the pricing as far as I am concerned.
I also love that you can have a mini bottle of wine while you get your hair done, they've got a fully-functional kitchen where you can order a light lunch and snacks from a menu. Dishes on the menu include pasta, wraps and sandwiches. Or freshly-squeezed fruit juices.
Here are a few prices off their menu. Yup, the Barazahi pricelist is called a 'Menu', I love it! They did mention to me their prices were going up in the New Year, don't know if they've been applied yet. I'll tweet you guys when I know and would update this post with the new pricing.
Change of Polish: N650
Blow Dry: N2500 (Natural Hair)/ N3000 (Weave)
Shampoo & Set: N3000
Retouching: N7000 (Fibre Guard)
Retouching (Syntonic/Client's Kit): N5500
Wash & Set Weave: N2000
Their prices have gone up. Went in on Sunday for my routine wax (underarms) and it's up from N1500 to N2500. So please call in to confirm prices first.
Checkout their website here! for more information
Where do you get your hair done in Lagos?