Highly regarded as Boston’s foremost hair expert, Jeffrey Dauksevich has earned an impeccable reputation creating distinctively modern looks for the diverse personalities that comprise his clientele. Devotees include artists, business professionals, tastemakers and media personalities, who have called upon his unique talent and eye for personal style for more than thirty years.
JSD effortlessly illustrates Dauksevich’s attention to design and service. The studio houses a finely detailed roster of talent focused on personalized hair design for women and men. Modern haircutting, classic hair color and replenishing hair treatments are offered in a smart, private setting located on Boston’s historic first block of Newbury Street. The finest in professional hair care is available including Sachajuan Stockholm, David Mallett Paris and R+Co. On-site services are available by request.
Commendations and awards, including Best High End Women’s Haircut, Best Salon For Overall Excellence, Best Hair Colorist and Top Haircut in Boston, have appeared in Elle, InStyle, Vogue, W, Boston Magazine, Allure, WWD, Details, Monocle, Boston Common Magazine, Marie Claire, Modern Salon, American Salon, Beauty Launchpad, Wallpaper, New York Post, Cool Hunting and New York Times T Magazine.
Dan's - The Largest Weekly Circulation in the Hamptons - Best Haircut of My Life
Last month, I got the best haircut of my life. No exaggeration. The man who cut it, Jeffrey Dauksevich, seemed to perform the same procedures as other hairdressers, but with an entirely different result. I can't quite put my finger on what he did, but it is the first time I think I not only got my money's worth, but I would have paid more. And I paid a lot.
When beauty writers share their wisdom with the women of the world, their readers, they often emphasize beginning with certain basics that in the end will save time and spare inconvenience. An example of this philosophy is treating yourself to a great haircut with a shape that flatters your face and a style that you can manage without twenty products, three hours in front of the mirror and three arms to blow dry to perfection. I thought I knew what that meant. It turns out I had been getting good haircuts, but not the one that changes everything.
Now my hair seems unable to look bad - curly or straight, freshly-washed or not, pulled back or loose, it always looks good. And I make the same or less effort than before.
Details Magazine - Top Haircuts Across America - Jeffrey Dauksevich
Photographer and stylist Jeffrey Dauksevich's stark-white studio is packed with an eclectic mix of art and rare design books, all of which he says inspire his cuts. Expect a once-over before he takes his shears to your head: "I consider the entire person and carefully edit how the hair fits in to the total scheme." Clients love his signature two-phase cuts: After shaping the general outline or pattern, he'll rough-dry hair and freestyle the rest to add texture and definition. And with cuts that are so precise and wearable, there's not much need for product. "I'm not a fan of the three-to-four-product daily regime," he says. "That's bullshit."
Boston Magazine - Best High End Women's Haircut | Jeffrey Dauksevich
The priciest cut on Newbury, loyal clients barely bat an eye. They know they’ll get his full attention, be it for a hair makeover or just a trim - and they know that’s worth paying for.