As an Aveda Concept Salon, Progressive Image Hair Art proudly stocks and implements an array of plant-based Aveda products. Specializing in cutting and styling long, short, and curly hair, the salon calls upon the beautifying powers of its signature products during a variety of customized treatments, from deep-conditioner applications to styling sessions for both men and women. Delving deeper into the realm of beauty, the spa also possesses expertise in makeup as well.
Fantastic Sams is a full-service salon for the whole family that will sculpt wilted hair into a look-twice hot commodity. Begin by receiving a complimentary shampoo with Fantastic Sam's signature line of products, followed by a three-minute scalp massage to blast away the dead-skin-cell-loving turtles. Whether you've got a secret style you've been saving in your panache pocket or trust the expert stylists at Fantastic Sams to get creatively awesome with your hair, your haircut and style (a $25–$30 value) will be snipped and primped to fit your desired identity. Next, you'll hit a fork in the road during your main mane journey, where you must choose between highlights or lowlights (a $65–$100 value). All hair curators are custom-trained TIGI colorists, ensuring the richest hue for your tried-and-true tresses. For a final hairtain call, a deep-conditioning treatment (a $15–$16 value) will strengthen, smooth, and add shine to your newly fashioned focal point. These beauty-renewal centers are staffed with follicle fanatics who will listen to your needs and pamper your worries away with precision and kindness. A stylish 'do will make enemies hate to love you and friends love to love you, making this your official summer of locks and love.
The beauticians of Salon Z! draw upon 27 years of combined experience and organic beauty products when revamping 'dos. A carbon-filtered air-purification system keeps air inside the eco-friendly salon squeaky clean as stylists refresh locks with healthy hair color and highlights as well as precision haircuts that help complement facial features without drawing attention to an oversized third eye.:m]]
As the owners of The Art of Hair Salon, Hanh Tran and David LouSana share two concerns: helping their clients to progress in terms of beauty, and helping their stylists to progress in terms of knowledge. On most Mondays, Tran leads in-house classes that equip the salon's stylists with new skills and advanced techniques. The rest of the week is the stylists' proving ground, and they rise to their mentor's challenge by deftly chopping split ends, transforming hair color, and adding extra length with So.Cap. hair extensions. During these treatments—each of which includes a blow-dry and style—they rely on 100% certified organic hair color and products from Keratin+.
Not to be outdone, the salon's aestheticians wax away facial hair and enhance features with professional makeup applications. They tailor their treatments to individual clients, working with them to add seductive shades to eyelids and seductive mustaches to upper lips.
Great Clips harnesses the vast resources of a national salon chain to provide personalized, professional styling services to follicle frolickers near and far. Wild wigs are brought to bear by highly trained hair tamers who also serve as style guides through the often-intimidating tonsorial jungle, answering customers' questions about hair trends and maintenance. A socially responsible company, Great Clips also hosts haircut-a-thons, bake sales, and baked haircut sale-a-thons to benefit charities, including the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and Ronald McDonald House.
While most beauticians stake out one facet of the beauty world to call their own, Sandra Evans has spent her 20-plus years in the industry as an aesthetician, nail technician, eyelash extensionist, permanent makeup artist, and waxer. From her station in Chez La Femme Salon, she shares her vast beauty knowledge with her clients. Here, Sandra uses the latest equipment, such as microcurrent and diamond-tip microdermabrasion, to ward of wrinkles, and traditional and permanent makeup to highlight facial features. When it comes to clients’ nails, Sandra turns to her tool kit, which is filled with shellac polishes, therapeutic paraffin wax, and a bunch of leftover parts from an IKEA dresser that don't seem to go anywhere.