A sleek asymmetrical bob; loose flowing curls; long, straight locks—the stylists at Hair Studio 18 can create virtually any look, according to their lookbook. And these are just a few of the coifs for which they can take credit—the service menu showcases the extent of their skills, which go beyond cutting, styling, and coloring hair. They can also smooth tresses with Keratin or mold them into loose waves. Plus, the stylists can wax away unwanted hair on the face and body, a much easier alternative to adopting secret identities.
Based in London, Truly Great United Kingdom has made its way to the States to gussy up clients and speckle floors with crumpet crumbs at three full-service salons in Washington, Nevada, and Colorado. The salon offers a range of services, including cuts, color applications, and deep-conditioning treatments, as well as European-grade Remy human-hair extensions that have not been bathed in acid or treated with a protein coating. Guests can step in for thermal-fused extensions in a variety of lengths, knowing that the roots and ends of the hair will match in color.
With a legacy stretching back more than 45 years, All About Hair pairs each of its styling stations with skilled artisans who mold manes for men, women, and children. Dedicated to honing their skills through continued education, these stylists demonstrate their professionalism while employing products from Joico, Redken, American Crew, and Biolage. In addition to haircuts, their roster of hair services includes feather extensions, Japanese hair straightening, and keratin straightening treatments. When they aren't primping coiffures, they render facials using both European and American ingredients and techniques. While extracting unwanted hair, they use a low-temperature wax comprised of natural resins and sun-bleached beeswax that avoid irritating the skin, unlike the Blue Man Group's uniform. They can also treat ultrasensitive epidermises to Brazilian blue hard wax.
Beyond Salon Cerchio’s glass-paneled, fire-engine-red door, a gauntlet of leafy potted plants welcomes guests to a world of foil highlights, gel manicures, and stylish haircuts executed by seasoned professionals. The salon, with its colorful paintings and evergreen-shrouded porch, is housed in the former studio of renowned local artist Ilona Ritter. Each stylist brings a wealth of experience and specific skill sets to the table as they practice their own art, such as founder Debi Pinorini's “board method” for hair foiling. Their work is part of Salon Cerchio’s holistic, three-pronged approach to its craft. The team beautifies the body with expert styling and pedicures, relaxes the mind with tranquil surroundings, and nourishes the spirit with a healthy diet of positive vibes, like the vibes you get when someone says yes—to anything.
Using a wide range of brand-name haircare products, Amenities Salon's stylist tends to all textures and types of hair, but focuses on ethnic hair. Her specialties include lock-lengthening extensions and Brazilian blowouts, which straighten defiantly curly strands. She has, likewise, mastered more basic procedures, from cuts and styles to deep-conditioning and coloring treatments. Besides haircare, services include facial waxing, mani-pedis, and soothing scalp massages, which incorporate numerous conditioners and essential oils.
Stylist and Northwest native Lisa "Lala" Davies sculpts, colors, and conditions manes with a finesse she honed over the course of more than 10 years, 7 of which she spent manning her own salon in Monterey Bay, California. Today, Davies returns to her roots to flaunt her skills and command of local road maps within Sola Salon Studios, a full-service salon where a team of stylists and aestheticians can complement Davies's adeptly crafted hairdos.