With the final days of summer coming to an end, it's time to gear up for the new fall season—and that means fresh cuts, rejuvenating facials and polished manicures. Repair dry and damaged summer locks and maintain your summer glow with these W editor-approved New York salons to transition into your fall beauty look with ease. From nourishing facials in SoHo to minimally chic manicures in midtown to fresh blowouts on the Upper East Side, get your fall beauty routine ready just in time for the new season.

"Getting my lashes tinted and curled, means I can just roll out of bed during fashion week. No one does them quite like Karina." Mia Adorante, Beauty and Health Editor

"Sunday's ultra chic aesthetic and relaxing ambience make getting your manicure feel more like a trip to the spa." - Nada Abouarrage, Beauty Assistant

"To kick off the beginning of my favorite season, I head to Sam Brocato Salon for my bi-annual cut. Sam and his team take their time to make sure I get the exact look that I want. I have been going there for 3 years, and I always get non-stop compliments for a month after. His namesake products also work magic – not to mention they’re cruelty free and organic." - Gillian Sagansky, Contributing Editor

"I got a pre-NYFW chop at Paul Labrecque—normally, haircuts are just about my least favorite activity, but I loved the spacious, calm feel of the Upper East Side salon. So much, that I'm thinking about cutting off another three inches just to head back." - Lauren McCarthy, Fashion News Editor

"I love the start of a new season because it allows me to press the “reset button” and reminds me to take care of myself. My favorite way to do this is through facials. I’ll never feel more lux than sitting in a facial chair. I recently heard about The Ritualist through a friend. Its an on-demand facial experience where an esthetician shows up at your house and gives you a custom facial. Amazing!" - Courtney Costello, Fashion Market Assistant

"There’s no better way to get rid of dead summer skin than with a Korean body scrub from Juvenex in K-Town." - Sarah Leon, Digital Editorial Director

"Daphne studio for a facial. It’s the cutest, quaintest, downtown spot." - Grace Fuller, Jewelry Editor

"Although I’m generally too busy for a luxurious spa treatment, I try to take as many MELT (Myofascial Energetic Length Technique) classes as possible at Core Pilates NYC. The MELT Method is like deep-tissue self-massage: It reduces the stiffness I get from sitting in front of a computer all day. After a class, I’m ready to hit the pavement and take on the world again." - Elizabeth Gall, Research Manager

"It’s so hard for me to trust anyone with my hair and I definitely trust Pembley. The space is so relaxing and chic that you’d think you were walking into a designer’s home out of a magazine!" - Alyssa Pena, Fashion Credits Editor

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