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Fuse Salon Takes Over the High Street of Kolkata

Fuse Salon Takes Over the High Street of Kolkata

Tucked away in the most happening part of Kolkata, Fuse Salon has opened up their maiden outlet. Just above the famous Flury’s restaurant overlooking the heart of Park Street, this 800 sq. ft. salon has victorian interiors with matching décor and furniture, transporting a visitor to the Colonial era.

The salon has five hair stations, three wash sections, beauty room, nail section, reception and a dedicated enclosure for hair spa rituals and Keratin treatments. The interiors of the salon are in a combination of black and white in matt finish, with Mahogany flooring, and eclectic lighting based on the mood and utilitarian requirements.

Products available in Fuse Salon are L’Oréal Professionnel and GK for hair, O3+ Agelock for skin, Bomb Cosmetics and Ayur-Ve-Lous for nails and hygiene respectively.

The salon specialises in hair, skin and beauty treatments. Apart from cutting-edge hairstyling services, it offers a trendy face contouring technique which allows a pre-conceived idea of how a person would look after the service. “Hairstyling has evolved to a level where it is considered an art form and requires discipline and great passion, for the stylist to reach that level of superiority or bliss,” says Abhirup Nandy, Creative Director & Co-Founder, Fuse Salon.

Abhirup himself is on the floor at all times and personally nurtures the clients himself along with his dedicated team. He has been a hairstylist, trainer, and educator with L’Oréal Professionnel India, Schwarzkopf Professional, P&G, SAKS Hair & Beauty, and ENRICH Salons and has worked in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore, Indore, Bhopal, Ahmedabad, & Guwahati. He was a creative team member with Kérastase and has also assisted major internationally acclaimed hairdressers, including Guy Kremer, Harringtons and Darren Fowler, to name a few.