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Krystal Dees of Lashes & Locks wields her styling expertise over curly and straight hair, and every texture in between. She sets to work in a salon and spa that, in addition to offering hair treatments, also provides clients with skin care services such as facials, body wraps, and tanning. To cap off new looks, the team applies mink and synthetic extensions to eyelashes, drawing attention to faces and away from vestigial tails.
Stylists are usually known as much for their skills as they are for their personality, and Ariel Hall is no exception. With a warm demeanor, beaming grin, and relaxed energy, Ariel sets clients at ease as she spruces up coifs with cuts, color, and styling that matches a favorite celebrity’s hairdo or a treasured Troll doll. Wielding handpicked products, Ariel smoothes and fortifies strands alongside her cohorts and fellow stylists Lacy Studdard and Jessica Woerner. Elsewhere in The Bungalow's homey confines, aesthetician Leigh Moody cleanses faces with renowned skincare products by Bioelements.
With six years of experience as a lash extensionist, Lashes & Locks owner Summer Miller has been helping people achieve their beauty goals. She focuses on eyelash treatments, but can also help work toward other aesthetic needs with microdermabrasion, facials, and medical laser treatments.
Sparse lashes find a much needed boost when lash technician Katy Kimbrell expertly applies mink fur and synthetic eyelashes to existing fringe. The extensions can be made as thick or thin as the client desires, depending on whether they want a more natural or dramatic look. Katy also offers two-, three-, and four-week refills so lashes maintain their ability to keep a kite airborne with a few blinks of the eye.