Solid hair salon - Reykjavik
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Directions to Solid hair salon
Solid hair salon is located close to downtown Reykjavik at Laugavegur 176. Solid has through the years been one of the city´s leading salons taking part in several fashion and various fashion related exhibitions.
Solid is the perfect place to go if you want to freshen up your looks before you go out in Reykjavik or simply want to get a good cut.
Solid is open on weekdays from 9am-6pm, except Thursday when the salon is open until 8pm. On Saturdays they are open between 10am-2pm
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