StyleSeat: Looking Chic Just Got Easier

You know that feeling when you look in the mirror while brushing your teeth and realize you haven’t had a haircut in way too long? (Thanks a lot, favorite stylist, for moving to a new town and leaving you in the dust). If you wait until a normal hour and try to set aside time to find a new cutter, it will never happen. Days fill up quickly and our personal care to-do lists shrink in importance compared to the needs of all those around us. That’s why this full-time-work-from-home-mom-to-be absolutely loves StyleSeat.


A convenient online salon service booking tool, StyleSeat instantly connects you with beauty professionals geared directly toward your needs, in your area, on your timeframe. 43% of clients book their appointments after working hours — I am squarely in that 43 percent! From haircuts and color to lash extensions, nails, and beyond, the StyleSeat net is cast wide for a solid variety of professionals from whom to select. And once you fall in love with yours, rebooking is a breeze through the app.


More than 260,000 stylists in 15,000 US cities are connected with the 3.8 million clients on the StyleSeat platform. Mobile bookings account for about 60% of the appointments made. Picture it — you’re on a quick business trip, standing in line at Starbucks and notice your nails are in disarray. But with only 24 hours before the big meeting and no clue which local salon is best, you’re in trouble. Log on to StyleSeat and solve that problem in seconds. You’ll find highly recommended stylists are always within your reach and it’s super-easy to book your appointment on the spot.

When you log on, make sure to check out the Offers tab, too, for special discounts on beauty services right in your area. If that doesn’t take the guesswork out of convenient gorgeousness, we just don’t know what will. Happy booking, pretty mama!

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About Jenny

Jenny Studenroth is a cosmetics junkie and bridal blogger from New York City. After graduating from Middlebury College in 2007 with a creative writing degree, she went on to the beauty departments at Elle and the Wall Street Journal magazines, before becoming a freelance writer. Her wedding blog is Jenny and her husband Josh split their time between Brooklyn and Washington, DC along with their cat Dolce and pup Harry. The family is expecting their first human baby in the fall.