New York Magazine



JENNA PERRY, 411 E. 9th St.; 646-719-1611

what is “hot girl” hair? Last year, Starface cofounder Julie Schott coined the term in direct reference to Jenna Perry’s handiwork creating Bella Hadid’s honey blonde, a crisp, deep chocolate brown for Dua Lipa, and an auburn shade for Emily Ratajkowsk­i. (Perry herself is a redhead, but she is equally adept across the whole lightto-dark spectrum; if she has taken you blonde recently, she may text you to make sure you’re not “feeling brunette” yet.) Another client, Tory Burch photo director Cassie Coane, notes that Perry’s work (from $200 for a single process) is unusually long-lasting. “Before, I was getting my roots done every six weeks, but Jenna paints with such considerat­ion I only really have to go every 2½ months.” And according to actress Lola Kirke, “Jenna is not only the best colorist but the most well read”— while you’re in the chair, you may find her discussing Elaine Dundy’s The Dud

Avocado, for example, or the works of Esther Perel.

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