The hairstylists at Millennium Hair Salon design ’dos for men, women, and children with an eye to both form and function. They finish haircuts by working with flatirons and blow dryers and using Keune hair products to keep strands in place. They also craft silky tresses with perms, gild strands with highlights, and use Goldwell colors to imbue coiffures with dimension. When these stylists are not arranging cranial fringe, they skillfully remove unwelcome facial fuzz with warm wax—or go home and talk with friends and family about how they remove unwelcome facial fuzz with warm wax.
Owned by signature stylist Kelli Richardson, Salon Divine delivers friendly service in a warm and lively atmosphere. Customers lamenting the damage done by sandal and iron-gauntlet season can select the mani-pedi combo to keep digits looking dapper. Those more concerned with manicuring harder to reach areas can take full advantage of a Brazilian wax to prepare for glacial-beach season. Or, clients can ease into a padded salon chair for a shampoo, haircut, and blowout. The hair treatment sports quality products by L'Oreal, DevaCurl, and Moroccan Oil to ensure silken threads look superb whatever their natural texture.
Amid cheerful lime-green and exposed-brick walls, The Chopping Block’s stylists create precision haircuts, color tresses with Wella hair color, and tame frizzy locks with texturizing treatments. The salon features Paul Mitchell products, and also offers facial waxing to remove unwanted hair or add manly heft to the jaw of a waxwork Nicolas Cage.
Sara’s steady hands specialize in edgy, punk-rock, modern, and textured hairstyles on men and women. Each of her haircuts includes an aromatherapy scalp massage and a lesson that teaches clients how to style their hair at home or during jury duty. She uses 100% organic color gloss products and a Brazilian blowout formula free of formaldehyde.
Vallon MediSpa's classic european facial, a customized treatment, is a time-tested method of purifying pores, evening tone, and softening skin. During the 60-minute facial, a dermal doyen will cleanse the surface of the skin before sloughing off defunct cells with gentle exfoliation and subliminal insults.
Patrick Viteri founded his salon in 1984, when both hair bands and the hair of Margaret Thatcher were at the peak of their popularity. Armed with DevaCurl and Paul Mitchell products and years of experience, he and his locally trained team wrangle tresses at New York, Boston, and Toronto hair shows when not cutting hair, coloring it, or serenading clients' wild curls. Sponge-painted walls, reddish-brown brick, and cozy, olive-toned chairs await visitors, who settle onto blond wood perches to receive deep-conditioning treatments in the sun-flooded space.