Jamie Fleetwood liked working as an esthetician at Art Salon & Spa so much that she bought the beautifying business in 2010. Along with her staff of fellow estheticians, stylists, makeup artists, and massage therapists, Fleetwood pampers her clients inside the newly renovated, sun-drenched space. Her aesthetic touch might only be matched by that space’s decor: it’s accented with sleek hardwood floors, verdant plants, and earth tones as warm as a made-for-TV movie about dogs that adopt other dogs. Among these scenic fixtures, the team renders a slate of services in the form of facials, Shellac manicures, therapeutic massages, and highlights.
Inside Salon Moda's modern interior, stylists clip and shape strands with help from products by Joico and Shu Uemura. Basic shampoo and style services allow heads to go from ragged to runway ready without a single end being snipped, and texturizing highlights add dimension to dull locks. The staff can also perform hot-stone massages, anti-aging facials, Shellac manicures, and 15-minute brow waxes that shape brows into perfect arches or mini handlebar moustaches.
Kelly Frakes knows how to cut a clean line. She keeps men’s hairlines tidy during indulgent haircuts that include hot towels, face massages, and cheek pinches. Her skills are joined by an entire staff of highly trained stylists who work on both men’s and women’s hair inside the bilingual His & Hers Salon.
TLC Hair Designs owner-operator Tracy Chapman transforms damaged, overgrown, or outdated hairdos at her work station in Salon Brands. Using her steady hands and knack for matching styles based on her clients' skin tones and facial features, Tracy cuts, layers, and shapes both men's and women's hair. Matrix and Logics Color DNA aid her as she adds accentuating highlights or all-over color to strands that need a new hue or a touchup of their natural green hue.