Hair Studio Main beautifies hair with services ranging from complex keratin-smoothing treatments and accent highlights to simple men's, women's, and kid's cuts. For a full-body rejuvenation, pair a low-light treatment with gel-nail application and eyebrow waxing, or let stylists recreate your look with a formal updo for a special event.
At Flawless Designs, dark wood ceilings and minimalist decor keep the focus down where it belongs: at mirror level. That's where clients sit back and enjoy haircuts, styles, and color treatments performed by expert staff. Like the ideal job candidate fresh out of college, the staff has more than 25 years of experience, including some in New York City. Hair extensions, waxing, and updos round out their list of beauty-boosting services.
Glamour Addict's owners, Lauren and Gabrielle Tomasino, opened their salon only after perfecting their art alongside styling legends John Sahag and Elizabeth Arden. To ensure that they'd succeed, they also worked at New York Fashion Week and studied at the Redken Academy, learning the ins and outs of styling from the industry's best artists. Today, the duo reinvents looks with haircuts, color treatments, and other services at their own Redken concept salon. They also share their love of beauty with others through their paraben-free cosmetics line, fittingly called Addiction.
Most Popular Service: Makeup Application
Brands Used: Primarily Make-up Designory products
Good for Kids: No
Staff Size: 1 person
Pro Tip: Schedule a consultation if possible, most availability is on weekends.
Sweet & Sassy’s staff glamorize girls with child-friendly salon and spa services. They lead birthday parties for flocks of fashionable partygoers, painting nails and applying makeup to transform celebrants into magical princesses, pop stars, or runway fashionistas. Within the cheerful, sweet-smelling spa, the staff also pampers girls with themed packages such as Diva for a Day or Pampered Princess.
Vintage House of Hair’s stylists have both a sense of humor and a sense of hospitality. So while they style their clients’ hair, they serve complimentary cocktails and encourage the kind of laughter normally reserved for the times when one sitcom character points out another sitcom character’s failure to be a perfect human. Encased in a deep mocha frame, the full-length mirrors that lean against cream- or dark orange-hued walls catch all the mirthful action. They also reflect stylists rendering trendy updos and perms or removing unwanted hair with facial waxing services.