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DENVER – When it comes to women discussing hairstyles, the conversation can range from “I need some color” and “I think I’ll go shorter,” to “I need a new look” or simply “I hate my hair.” Or maybe, “Wow, I love your hair – where did you have it done?” That’s the problem with hair styles – it’s not so much that they go in and out of style (although that happens), but more like busy women have just let it go to what’s easy for them, which is often the opposite of hair “style.” It started out as exciting, but through inattention it is now something of an afterthought. Or a ponytail. Or a hat. Or maybe you have a hairstyle that has been working just fine but you just need a change. Some women need a makeover. Some a do-over. And some just want to be new. Whatever the case – and…

DENVER – Yes, we cut and style and blow dry and color and highlight and specialize in special Up-Dos for that special Wedding Day. If you are Salon Misha at One Broadway and you’ve got that many gorgeous Denver women who come here time and again – and who bring their girlfriends — then of course we’re experts at the basics of beautiful hair. But let us Dish – the buzz in hair care, the want, the desire, is about all those women out there with silky, frizz-free locks and how can I get me some of that!?! How do I tame the beast that has become my hair? It’s not a mystery – it’s an expertise, and we here at Salon Misha have all answers. Over the last couple of years everyone with this frizz affliction has been talking, tweeting and otherwise social networking about taming treatments and frizz reducers, and most…

Before exploring this recent trend in hair coloring that you can see from Los Angeles to New York ( and sometimes in Denver, Colorado) I decided to find what the word ´´ombre´´ actually means. And this is what I discovered: Ombre, English corruption of the Spanish word Hombre, arising from the muting of the H in Spanish, is a fast-moving seventeenth-century trick-taking card game for three players. Its illustrious history began in Spain around the end of the 16th Century as a four person game. It is one of the earliest card games known in Europe and by far the most classic game of its type, directly ancestral to Euchre, Boston and Solo Whist. Despite its difficult rules, complicated point score and strange foreign terms, it swept Europe in the last quarter of the 17th century, becoming Lomber in Germany, Lumbur in Austria and Ombre in England, occupying a position of prestige similar to contract bridge today. And the Urban…

Brazilian Blowout Only $200

Brazilian Blowout treatment at Salon Misha now only $200! Sale ends December 31,2010. Contact us for details.  …

We’ve all heard the news about today’s hottest new hair trend, the Brazilian Blowout, but is it really all that? To find out what people in Denver are saying after receiving the Brazilian Blowout by Global Keratin, we decided to go straight to the source. With over 100 clients trying out the newJuvenix system at Salon Misha at One Broadway, we knew we could find an experience worth talking about. Here are Denver’s top 5 results… MY HAIR SMELLS GREAT! That’s right. The Global Keratin Treatment with Juvexin even smells good. Clients love that after receiving a Brazilian Blowout their hair smells fruity and fresh. With a mixture of proteins caramelizing onto the hair, the Brazilian Blowout will leave you smelling like chocolate or strawberry for days. IT’S LIKE A FACE LIFT FOR THE HAIR. Who wouldn’t want their hair to look stronger and healthier? Juvexin is non-hydrolyzed and therefore actually helps the keratin proteins…

Salon Misha Nominated for A-LIST

Salon Misha is competing for Denver’s Best Hair Salon. The Channel 7 KMGH A List aims to get Denver voter’s opinions on the best of the best businesses. Honest reviews and recommendations from our own neighbors guide us to new finds and help us support local “I am honored to be in the running and I hope this nomination will allow new clients the chance to explore my salon,” said salon owner Misha Belfer. Belfer is no stranger to competition, as a professional ballroom dancer, he was recently a contestant on “So You Think You Can Dance.” This year has really given him the opportunity to take both of his passions, hairstyling and dance, to the next level. He discovered his interest an innate talent for hairstyling when as a young ballroom dancer, he would style his partners’ hair for competitions. This blossomed into a career and he now cuts and coifs the…

So You Think You Can Say That?

Well, Nigel, it’s your show so I’m sure you can, but it will draw national attention, and maybe even change the way the media and thus society view gender roles. Misha Belfer and dance partner Mitchell Kibel performed on “So You Think You Can Dance?” The judges, particularly Nigel Lythgoe, made it clear they did not accept a male to male dance team and found it inferior to a traditional male to female partnership. Belfer and Kibel were showing their versatile range of talent by switching and interchanging lead roles as judges scoffed. It also insulted Belfer and Kibel’s dance experience when Lythgoe suggested they ought to dance with women and followed it up with “try it, you might even enjoy it” as though they became professional ballroom dancers without dancing with female partners. We know Fox is politically conservative but we would like to see them act conservatively when it comes…

Dance Judges Apology

Dance Judge’s Apology— He’s sorry, says Nigel Lythgoe, a judge and executive producer on the popular reality competition show “So You Think You Can Dance” according to a statement by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.…