Armed with scissors and a strong sense of style, Bangs Salon’s experienced locks-smiths, featured in Her magazine’s April/May 2011 wedding issue, clip hair don’ts into envy-worthy 'dos. Femmes become fatales with a standard cut and style ($33+), while men can begin or end dare-driven 'dos with a cut ($20+). Stylists help clients branch out from their biological color ($54+), or employ an expert for a custom, special occasion formal style ($50+). The team also caters to areas in need of smoothing with waxing, removing follicle intruders from upper lips ($12+) and molding eyebrows into ocular accessories ($13+), as well as bronzes bodies with spray-tanning sessions ($25 each/two for $40). Customers can also apply the value of this deal to a strand-straightening Brazilian blowout, which flattens and glossifies manes before sending them packing with four take-home maintenance products ($300).
The style stalwarts at Supercuts have trimmed, toned, and honed the domes of hair-bearing hominids for decades. The experienced stylists can accommodate cuts ranging from quick, careful mop maintenance to a more buzzworthy beehive for hypnotizing local grizzlies. Each scissors-handed specialist will draw from a vat of experience, leveraging quality hair products from Paul Mitchell and others to infuse your filaments with a winsome glow and creative coiffure. Walk-ins and waltz-ins are always welcome seven days a week.
The stylists at Capehart Hair Salon have all hair bases covered. They cut overgrown hair on men, women, and children, trim beards, color locks, and add drama with a perm. They also make sure each and every body hair is tended to with waxing services, which can remove fuzz on chests and legs or inside nostrils. In the hair-free zone of the salon, nail technicians slick regular and chip-resistant Shellac polish onto finger- and toenails.
At Jenz Salon, massage therapist Brittany Vangsness chaperones fatigued skeletal systems to hard-to-reach realms of relaxation. As if her clients' backs were pianos and her fingers were Beethoven’s toes, Vangsness conducts 30-minute Swedish massage sonatas with long, soothing strokes aimed at loosening tight fibers and boosting circulation. Smooth, heated rocks snuggle up on key points of the back during hot-stone sessions, melting deep-rooted stress like pads of butter in a candle. For an additional $25, customers may stretch their Swedish massage across 60 minutes or their hot-stone massage across 90 minutes.