A graduate of the Vidal Sassoon Academy, salon owner Tammy Liggett pours 16 years of experience into every coiffure she touches at Divas and Dudes Too. Her staff of skilled stylists helps her in her quest to style, cut, and make hair more manageable, wielding products by Goldwell, Pureology, and INOA. In addition to hair services that include straightening treatments and extensions, the team embellishes visages with makeup and fingers with gel polish. An adjoining boutique area complements new looks with accessories such as jewelry, hats, and purses.
The cadre of hairstylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists at M Salon and Spa presents a varied slate of beautifying and restorative services. Working from a palette of L'Or?al Professionel hair products, stylists snip strands, add color and highlights, and apply restorative treatments to repair damaged locks. Nail techs perform a suite of nail services, swathing fingertips with Shellac polish to leave appendage armor bright and chip-free?unlike the paint job on a golf cart?for up to a full fortnight. Massage therapists lift tension from backs and shoulders by rendering 90-minute Swedish, deep-tissue, and hot-stone massages, and waxing professionals lift unwanted hair from legs, brows, and lips.
The last thing Phoenician Hair Co wants you to do is leave the salon and not feel confident in your hairdo. That's why its expert stylists craft elegant coiffures to fit any personality. You can get a straight cut with bangs, a full head of curly locks, or a modern asymmetrical chop to complement your face shape. The team also adds highlights or all-over new hues with permanent coloring services, and removes any unwanted hair from the body with waxing and brow-threading treatments.
As a second-generation hairstylist, Chardai has been immersed in salon culture since she was a young girl. She may have picked up tricks of the trade from her mom, but she also integrated her own love of art and color into her repertoire, resulting in her passion for hair design. At Chardai’s Hair, her talents and vision come alive.
Every service, from straightening systems to demi-coloring to haircuts, bear the signature of the salon’s mission: to help clients reinvent themselves with glamorous new hairstyles. The stylists also offers select treatments designed to target specific problems. For instance, hot-towel treatments work to make dull hair shine, reconstructing treatments strengthen hair, and light-therapy treatments address hair loss, acting as a light-house beam to guide missing strands back home.
Chardai has also put her talents to work in supporting charitable organizations such as Feed the Hungry and Cut it Out, and has styled locks at fashion shows that have benefited the less fortunate.
Minimalist flourishes paint a robust picture. A vintage Marilyn Monroe photograph hangs above the salon?s cozy perm armchair, which looks more like a bourgeois armchair plucked from the Victorian era. Amid these elegant trappings inside Salon Boutique, Pretty Cut & Dry owner Ashley Millard and her skilled stylists craft scissors cuts and mold tresses with Emmediciotto products. Ashley?s team can refresh strands with a deep-conditioning treatment or vanquish unwanted fuzz from upper lips and brow outskirts with a waxing session. They can also perform makeup sessions for an upcoming wedding to make the bride sparkle, a birthday to render smiles their most beautiful, or a climb up Mt. Everest to add a layer of protection against frostbite.
At Salon Milano and Spa, plant-based Aveda products lend customized aromatherapy and natural nutrients to salon and spa services. The products' holistic focus matches the manner in which the staff conducts spa services: in addition to explaining the purpose of each step in the facial or massage, therapists also guide clients through stress-relieving visualization exercises to calm the mind. All treatments are customized, from the aromatherapy of a massage to the angle of the cut performed by senior or new-talent stylists in the salon. Tuscan Sanctuary is open late on weekdays to accommodate busy schedules and UV rays that, like Napoleon and his chef after saying they preferred English bread to baguettes, are exiled.