Kathleen Corbett is a color-correction specialist with 10 years of experience as a salon owner and 5 years of experience as a Joico educator. She has traveled throughout the United States to teach haircutting and coloring techniques to other hairstylists, and has worked with some of the top artists in the industry. On a regular day, however, you'll find her designing new hairstyles at Salon Paz, drawing on years of experience to reconstruct and add vibrant color to healthy locks.
American Beauty College has been the training ground for tomorrow’s hairstylists, cosmetologists, and estheticians for more than 40 years. Over the years, the school has been training students in the classroom and during hands-on-hands sessions at the school’s on-site salon, where licensed instructors oversee and supervise services administered by developing students. In addition to offering mani-pedis and acrylic nails, the training estheticians and stylists also perform haircuts, styling sessions, color treatments, waxing, and makeup applications.
After five years of rapid growth and a thriving clientele, Tantrum Salon faced a turning point when Tabatha Coffey stepped her signature jet-black boots onto the salon floor. The host of Bravo's Tabatha's Salon Takeover got right to work streamlining their business, highlighting their best stylists, and renovating the space by swapping out the loud yellow wall paint for neutral tones and threadbare curtains for geometric dividers. Now, owner Robert Moreno and his team work together flawlessly to craft face-flattering styles with cuts, color, and other specialty services such as extensions, relaxers, and Brazilian Blowouts, which create smooth, sultry hair better than playing Barry White through a blow dryer.
A full-service establishment, Salon Cielo tends to beauty needs from head to toe with trendy haircuts, mani-pedis, and makeup fit for daytime, nighttime, and bedtime. The salon's aestheticians administer facials that treat stubborn acne and wrinkles on clients’ faces, and its massage therapists untie knotted muscles using a variety of kneading techniques and warm stones.