When InStyle visited Salon Euphoria in 2002—just a year after it opened—the magazine's editors were completely awed by the studio's historic charm. Sixteen-foot ceilings of neoclassical plaster and walnut-paneled walls accentuate the building's 1920s construction, whereas small accoutrements, such as soft music and a candlelit shampoo area, make it the relaxing oasis owner Andrea Dion Jacobs always envisioned. A talented team of stylists works amid the warm and welcoming confines, using Moroccanoil, Davines, and the salon's own line of products as they cut and color hair. In a private spa room, aestheticians dole out five facial treatments, including one specially formulated for men who are perpetually stressed over never becoming cowboys.
Nestled in the heart of Boston, Advantage hair is home to a stable of talented stylists who dedicate every bit of their day to making their clients look and feel fabulous. Each works from a carefully curated menu of services that covers all types of hair treatments for men, women, children, and scarecrows. When the staff isn't busy trimming tresses, they can often be found focusing on guest's faces with waxing and makeup-application services.
"All women are beautiful," says Amis Saab, owner of Amaci Salon. His goal is to enhance this natural beauty with treatments designed to make hair shine and skin glow. Drawing on professional salon products from Aquage, Pureology, and Redken, Saab and his talented staff of stylists correct split ends and add new dimension to ‘dos with designer cuts and vibrant highlights. Alternatively, waxing and threading services remove hair that has overstayed its welcome on the face and body, and makeup applications help one stand out in a room crowded with one’s clones. The contemporary looks that Saab brings to his clients overflow into his salon, where black leather couches accent white walls and modern salon chairs check out their reflections in thick-framed mirrors.
A cut and style normally costs $55 at Will Charles, but throw in the Gloss Shine and the Kerastase Treatments (normally $45 each), and you're getting a real bargain. The Gloss Shine Treatment will make your hair smooth and shiny. Don't want smooth and shiny hair? Then use the treatment on your penny collection. The Kerastase Intensive Repair Treatment uses the top quality Kerastase brand restorative cream to repair hair that's been damaged by the sun, sea, chlorinated water, dying, highlighting, or gelling up for the big concert.
The Salon 22 team uses products from many top brands to render hair resplendent. They call upon such lock elixirs as Moroccanoil, Pravana, and Redken. Specifically, they might use formaldehyde-free California Smooth to perform keratin treatments or SO.CAP. USA products to complete hair extensions. Salon 22’s stylist can primp hair for men, women, and children, but probably not yeti children.