Stylist Kim Killens captains the Chateau 20/09 salon, where she expertly administers haircuts, hydration treatments, and coloring services. Inside her cheerful salon—decorated with funky zebra-print chairs, vibrant paintings, and colorful flowers—Kim fashions locks into intricate braids and luxurious curls. Regardless of the service she’s providing, Kim strives to leave hair in a natural and healthy condition.
Apryle Blu may be all about making beautiful hair simple, but her career has been far from one-note. The experienced stylist has transformed the tresses of everyone from reality TV stars to dancers at the Soul Train Awards. She brings that same red-carpet attention to her clients at PUSH Salon, caring for their hair using Diva Smooth straightening treatments, Mixed Chicks haircare products, and GKhair shampoos and conditioners. Apryle is especially skilled at maintaining chemically-treated hair, and crafts natural blow-styles with ease. She can also provide extensions for those looking for longer styles, carefully installing strands rather than simply handing clients nametags reading “Rapunzel.”
Hair contains 14 periodic-table elements including gold; you might as well treat it that way. La Pasch Hair Salon specializes in indulgent cut and color services to treat hair like the precious material it is. In the comfort or the salon's vibrant purple walls, stylists can highlight tresses, engineer fashionable layers, or reduce frizz with keratin straightening. Extensions and special-occasion updos are also available.
Hollywood Elite Hair Salon upgrades bland strands with confident layers and bold highlights by Paul Mitchell. Restorative conditioning treatments segue into expert brow shaping, lash extensions, and personalized airbrush-makeup consultations. Though the salon specializes in ethnic hair, the talented staff is also adept at handling hair of all textures, thicknesses, and peanut-butter preferences.
Hairstylist Chadd Jonesmith started tending tresses 18 years ago at Van Michael Salon. Two salons later, he opened ? La Mode, which is French for "in fashion," not "ice cream hairdo". His team of stylists live up to this name by drawing on their knowledge as educators and platform artists. A student of Vidal Sassoon, Chadd sets a good example for them by teaching for Kevin Murphy?a famous hairstylist who worked on Baz Luhrmann's Moulin Rouge. He also brought his color bar out into the open to create a more social environment where clients could have their new tints applied and talk casually among themselves. A La Mode Salon is now an Aveda Concept Salon.
Whether it's at her station within Hymisphere Salon or on music sets across Atlanta, Cassandra Lane's clients leave the styling chair looking good. The eight-year salon veteran calls on training from Empire Beauty School in each cut, color, and texture service she performs. She finishes off her creations with professional products by Moroccanoil, Coppola, and Redken.