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Kermit at Chrome
317 N. Fourth Ave.

STAFF PICK: The Avenue's Chrome salon belongs to that new crop of quasi-alternative shops geared to please those who turn green at the thought of getting coifed by anyone who might say (in the same breath, even!) "cellulite cream," and "Did you do that yourself?" We opt for a less afflicted approach. Kermit, formerly of Rex Studio, is just that kind of guy. He's a no-bullshit, risk-taking gentle fellow who'll tell you straight out what makes you look good. But don't expect to walk out with our lady of newscaster hair du jour; Kermit won't allow it. Let his inked arms of fire and damnation surround you. Mad Scientist get-up costs extra.

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