Though the cool aqua tones of Saroli Chocolat’s create the atmosphere of an elegant European-style chocolaterie, one barely notices the decor when confronted with shelves bursting with bricks of fudge, chocolates, and jars of confections. The shop’s artisan chocolatiers hand-make each of the small-batch treats, from the old-fashioned confections to the European truffles, which can be emblazoned with custom logos for a wedding or a warning to a rival dentist. Staffers use Belgian chocolates in most of their confections and import different varieties of licorice from around the world. They can package the treats up for clients to take home or array chocolates or gelato.
The brick storefront that houses Salon 162 has been a destination for style since the 1980s, when it first earned repute as a popular barbershop. Things have certainly changed since then, but not so much as they might appear. Star-shaped lamps, bright yellow furniture, and local artwork have replaced the peppermint barber pole, but owner Nancy still holds fast to the longstanding tradition of good grooming. She and her team of stylists cut, color, and highlight hair with professional products from Pureology. A firm believer in keeping up with the times, Nancy enrolls in yearly trainings to learn the newest techniques for smoothing hair and ushering confused bees out of beehive hairdos.
There is no cowlick too cunning or lock too lackluster to escape the expertise of Coco Fringe's team of stylists. Whatever your current hairdo woes, $100 worth of cut and color services will help transform your mane into something that draws glances for all the right reasons. Utilizing the newest techniques in haircutting, the scissor shamans at Coco Fringe snip, sculpt, and style follicles atop women's ($43–$55) and men's ($30–$38) noggins to create shapes of which Picasso only dreamt. To start accessorizing every outfit with a fresh autumn hue, opt for an all-over color ($80+). Or, add some caramel highlights ($100+ when added to full color) to sweetly accompany earmuffs made of hollowed-out green apples. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Salon 117 offers a wide range of services for men and women to tame wily manes and nurture noodle nests. Dale Tu is an experienced coiffeur specializing in color, styling, and keratin treatments. Overhaul your cranium whiskers with a stylish new look and hue to remain incognito while on the run from throngs of celebrity-crazed cats meowing for autographs even though you politely tell them you aren't Eartha Kitt. Tresses are snipped, shaped, and foiled before being styled with high-quality products, like Kevin.Murphy, an aromatherapy hair care line created from sustainable, renewable, and resmellable materials. The Brazilian Keratin treatment penetrates hair follicles to half-nelson lawless locks into smooth submission, resulting in a silky, frizz-free ‘do that lasts up to four months. Maintain your tamed mane at home with complimentary shampoo and conditioner treatments.
I am a stylist at Your Image Hairstyling,I have been creating art out of hair for goin on four years now and I love it more each and everyday that goes by. I perform hair services using Redken cover fusion, Redken Shades, and Rusk Deepshine color lines. I also do facial waxing, mani & pedi's!
Alexa crafts new hairstyles inside Salon 100. She cuts blunt or side-swept bangs and adds any desired layers for looks that range from classic to cutting-edge. Using a kaleidoscopic array of hair-dye colors, she transforms manes with highlights that complement skin tones or shoes.
Located in the Linen District in Boise, the salon has a Wow! factor when you walk in. The calm white gives way to neon blue accents with art falling all around. I want to focus on the artistry of hair & creating unique moments for my clients.