Welcome to Leonardo's Hair Design.
We are one of Long Island's leading hair salons and have been in business since 1972. What's the secret of our success? We always focus our attention on servicing you, our valued clients.
All of our staff members are experts in their field. Enrica, Annmarie and Sasha are American Board Certified hair colorists which is an elite group of professionals. Our staff is proficient at the latest buzz, razor cuts, dimension shags, trendy and released bob cuts. Leonardo's prides itself in offering professional, non damaging perms and body waves, organic hair coloring, and organic curl and hair care systems (which is a safe and pleasant experience). We are also proficient in the latest Keratin Hair Straightening techniques (without harmful formaldehyde or aldehyde) as well as updos, braiding, and are available for wedding parties. My staff and I are here to help you look and feel great and altogether we have a combined 200+ years experience in hair, beauty, fashion and make up. You are always welcome to stop by or call us with any questions you may have or schedule a free consultation. Also, I am happy to announce a new part of our site, "Ask our Staff". There you will find a place to enter any questions you may have about hair, coloring, trends and styles and we will answer them here on the site. Questions should related to hair, beauty, make up and fashion--whether or not you should break up with "Greg" or if you should buy a house in Valley Stream--can't help you there!
Lastly, we were recently featured in Newsday! Please click here to check out why the editors at Long Island's most read news daily asked us to be a resource for them on the very hot topic of organic hair coloring.
James Bilello, Proprietor
PS: If you thought you saw us featured in Newsday you were right!
Recently the editors at Newsday were searching for the latest advancements in organic hair color and of all the salons on Long Island we were chosen for our experience and expertise in this very new and popular hair coloring system. To see the full Newsday article please click here.