Before Lisa Jones-Butz opened her own salon, she graduated from the University of Baltimore, studied art history in Europe, and attended styling school. She went on to become a Wella educator, training new stylists at seminars and assisting seasoned pros at national shows. When she isn't cohosting a monthly makeover segment on FOX45 or writing a beauty and style column for Harford's Heart magazine, Lisa curates artwork and crops locks at Subtle Rebellion, her boutique salon and art gallery.
Amid plain white walls, wooden floors, and modern track lighting, underexposed artists display their paintings, sculptures, and jewelry. This art inspires stylists such as Megan Little, who specializes in edgy cuts and multidimensional color, and Raphael Rocca, who often studies new hair trends with L'Oréal in New York, to turn listless locks into fashion-forward masterpieces with products by Moroccanoil, L'Oréal, and Redken. When they aren't cutting and tinting strands these hair artists smooth tendrils with keratin treatments and mold manes for photo shoots, weddings, and trips to the car wash.
The artwork at Split Endz Family Salon hangs purposefully askew, lending the decor the same funky touch that characterizes the salon’s looks. The styling team stays abreast of the latest coloring, cutting, and styling trends to ensure they can whip up a traditional updo or classic bob just as deftly as they can paint hair with electric blue streaks. As stylists coif clients, the onsite play area keeps kids amused with colorful toys to keep them from giving unsolicited advice on the ideal length of their mom's layers.
Helmed by board-certified vascular surgeon Wayne Reichman, MD, The Vein and Cosmetic Institute’s team of doctors and technicians devote themselves to brining skin back to its original unblemished state. Stocking their offices with the latest laser technology, wrinkle-defying injectables, and facial products, they perform more than 20 cosmetic services ranging from vein removal to microdermabrasions.