More Beauty Salon and Nail Salon Related Spanish Phrases
Listen To Spanish Phrases For Beauty Salons
The theme of the sentences and phrases on this page is Beauty Salon. These are the phrases you will use at the barbershop, beauty salon, or beauty parlor. You'll notice a lot of these phrases are focused on being polite. They use please most of the time and are worded in a kind way. This is good for talking with people you don't know that well and with people who aren't real close friends yet. Situations like this are also appropriate places to use the formal Usted way of addressing people. This is especially true if the person you are speaking to is quite a bit older than you are.
In the beauty salon phrases below you will learn to say that you want to get a haircut, ask if an appointment is needed, make an appointment. You'll also learn to give special instructions like asking to have you hair a little longer in some places. Also find out how long the wait will be and ask for a hairwash or shampoo.
Spanish phrases that are commonly heard at the beauty shop or beauty salon or barber shop.
Some phrases have a sentence or two of instruction about how to use the phrase, or a special note of explanation about something in the phrase.
- ¿Necesito una resrvación?
- Do I need a reservation?
- ¿Puedo venir sin tener reservación?
- Can I come in without a reservation?
- Por favor, dejalo un poco mas largo por atras.
- Please leave it a little longer in the back.
- ¿Puedo hacer mi proxima cita ahorita?
- Can I make my next appointment now?
- Me gustaria un corte de pelo.
- I'd like to come in for a haircut.
- This is a phrase you might use on the telephone when calling into the hair salon to make an appointment.
- Por favor, hazlo un poco mas corto.
- Please cut it a little shorter.
- This phrase translates to please make it -- you can also say could you please... by using the word for can or to be able to (poder) with the infinitive of what you want done like this: puedes dejarlo -- can you leave it or can you cut it.
- Esta bien asi.
- That's fine.
- ¿Cuanto tengo que esperar?
- How long is the wait today?
- Literally how much do I have to wait. You can add the word time to the phrase (cuanto tiempo tengo...) but it's understood either way.
- Por favor, dame un champu tambien.
- Please give me a shampoo too.
- ¿A quien le toca?
- Who's next? -- Who's turn is it?
- This is also the phrase to use when you want to talk about who's turn it is when playing any kind of game.
- Necesito un corte de pelo.
- I need a haircut.
- ¿Cuanto cuesta?
- How much does it cost?