Led by stylist Sherif, the staff of World Beauty Center combines technical know-how with taste and creativity to craft flattering, stylish cuts. Sherif and his team stay abreast of seasonal trends to create up-to-the-moment color treatments and looks modeled after whatever new 'do the local weatherman just adopted. In addition to hair services, World Beauty Center also performs mani-pedis and makeup sessions.
Founded by a Hoboken native, E'Clips Salon delivers big-city salon results with small-town affability. Cuts, coloring, conditioning, and blowouts top the menu of services, reinforced by facial-waxing treatments to subtract unwanted whiskers and natural-hair extensions to augment mustaches sprouting from the scalp. The stylists express their dedication to quality with poems written in fine products from Redken, Paul Mitchell, and Joico.
Fantasy Spa Beauty Lounge’s team beautifies clients with procedures that range from hair-smoothing keratin treatments to back facials. Staffers augment locks with colors and hair extensions, embellish digits with nail art, and revitalize faces with facials and chemical peels. In addition, makeup artists offer complimentary demos of the spa’s hypoallergenic products, teaching patrons how to select a lipstick that will not permanently bind their lips together. To maximize convenience, the spa’s stylists and technicians can conduct appointments in clients’ homes.
Shampoo JC Hair Salon's stylists draw inspiration from art, music and fashion. Thanks to the artful eyes of the new owners, also of Shampoo Avenue B in NYC, the beauty haven's decor would be right at home in a gallery or record shop. The walls display a rotating selection of local artwork, which might include a collection of old albums, or paintings inspired by rock 'n' roll. It's enough to make clients forget they're inside a hair salon, until they glance in the mirror and see their new 'do. The reflection may reveal ombre highlights, sleek blowouts, asymmetrical cuts—or a style so classic that clients will wonder if the shop's hair dryers are some sort of time machine. The savvy staff specializes in a wide range of snipped fashions, as well as treatments such as keratin and Brazilian blowouts.
Licensed aesthetician Laura wields organic skincare products when gently fighting oily skin, dry patches, acne, and unwanted hair on her clients. A skin analysis helps her determine the most appropriate facial—from deep cleansing to one with cranberry and pomegranate—for each individual. She also smoothes fuzzy lips, legs, and chests using warm wax or strips of flypaper and massages scalps for increased relaxation.
The talented aestheticians and hair-shorteners at a'la Mode salonspa, a full-service salon and spa, exhibit expertise in stylish haircuts, glossy mani-pedis, relaxing massages, and a variety of beautifying aesthetic services. Stylists trim bangs ($10–12) and dish out haircuts for adults ($19–62) and children 11 and younger ($15–35). Finger-painters apply white polish to the tips of nails during French manicures ($36). Remove unnecessary hairs with a bikini wax, or indulge in a pregnancy massage ($46 for 30 minutes), which enhances sleep for expectant mothers and calms the kicks of active babies. The application of a one-hour back facial ($61) rejuvenates back skin and decreases stress caused by moving stand-up pianos. Hair cuts in New Richmond start at $19, while hair cuts in Hudson start at $23.