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577 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2B6, Canada
(647) 344-3132
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Mar 7, 2019
Lovely salon - great music and atmosphere and friendly staff. Matthew has been doing my hair for years and he's a DREAM. I get stopped on the street with questions about who does my hair all the time and tbh it's no surprise why. His consultations are thoughtful -- he truly wants to take care of your hair and leave it so much healthier, happier and more beautiful with each visit. If you're looking for a beautiful creative colour, run don't walk to make an appointment with Matthew!

Jan 5, 2019
I have been with Cabinet Salon since day 1. I first met Alex 13 years ago when he worked at a salon near where I live. He is an incredible stylist + his colours...are the best. Cabinet Salon has a very relaxed vibe but professional. The team truly loves what they do and are exceptionally welcoming. I highly recommend this salon if you are looking for a great cut, great colour and zero pretentious behaviour.

Jan 27, 2019
Simply... wow. I’ve been cutting my hair at home because all I ever thought I needed was a trim. Foolish. Matt took the time to even out my hair and make me feel like a beautiful woman! I am ready to swipe right and message first. My cut was so subtle and so perfect:’)

Dec 6, 2018
Alex has been styling my hair for years. He is very talented and always makes me look fabulous. I am always asked “who cut your hair?” Plus the whole vibe at The Cabinet is very fun, laid-back and friendly. Love it there.

Nov 6, 2018
Decided to check this place out because it's around the corner from my office. The vibe is very laid back and unpretentious and everyone I dealt with was very friendly. I saw Petra who was super sweet, listened to what I wanted and did an awesome job on my hair. Would definitely recommend!


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