Women can easily maintain both the shape and shade of their mane, starting with a haircut ($40–$50), followed by a single-process color ($50–$60), full highlight ($85–$90), or partial highlight ($70–$80) using products such as L'Oreal Professional. Men can also transform their mop tops, with haircuts ranging from $30 to $35. For a more holistic head renovation, pair a follicle treatment with a luxurious facial, such as the 85-minute Rhonda Allison facial, during which one of Style 7's trained pore purgers will methodically lure your best face out of hiding ($75). If you're in a hurry, choose to accelerate the action with a 30-minute express facial, the epidermal equivalent to shouting, “olly olly oxen free” ($45).
Within Reveal Hair’s swank yet hospitable confines, lead stylist Jay Eklund and his team of frizz slayers sculpt coiffures to boost chicness and confidence. At the outset, a relaxing shampoo tames flyaway manes, and conditioner lubricates snarls and kinks caused by clumsy but well-meaning lightning bolts. The stylist then arrives at a fashionable consensus with the client and crops tresses to specifications. A blow-dry treatment dries and plumps up newly tailored locks while preparing ears for tourist-season windstorms on Venus. After their cut, Groupon customers obtain a $10 gift certificate toward their next purchase of strand-edifying products or services from Reveal Hair.
Armed with products from GK, the styling staff at Mingle Salon & Spa updates looks with precision hair treatments amid a chic and relaxing space in the Foothills. From simple cut and color touchups to total makeovers, the team handles all of their clients' beauty needs. They brighten hair and pick up radio signals with full or partial foil highlights and alter textures with perms, relaxers, and the GK keratin smoothing system. When not fiddling with hair, the crew gussies up digits with manicures and pedicures, including no-chip Shellac treatments, and waxes away excess facial fuzz.
Fringe Hair Studio’s expert stylists prettify patrons with TIGI facepaints and the sweet smells and smoothing effects of Moroccanoil products. First, a highly trained stylist shampoos thoughtful tresses to prepare them for the profundities of deep conditioning. Then, rich Moroccanoil seeps into hair follicles to combat the twin terrors of summer dryness and frizz. After the deep conditioning, stylists invade client mindspace to design a customized cut. After the haircut, blow-drying specialists de-damp and style hair, downsizing any shrinky dink stowaways in the process. The TIGI makeup session perfects faces with a fresh blanket of professional-grade TIGI makeup. Expert aestheticians highlight patrons’ most prized features with a supermodel rainbow's worth of colors and demonstrate secret application techniques guarded since the sixth century by a secret society of pretty people.
As the times have changed, so have the styling methods used at Trenza Hair Studio, a hair-and-nail salon open since 1989. Stylists incorporate the many techniques they've learned over the years into each haircut and dimensional coloring treatment. They've also added trendy treatments—such as keratin straightening—into the mix. As for nails, they brush polish onto nails or lengthen them with acrylics.
Owner Marilynn Reis and her team of Aveda-trained stylists harness Aquage products and tone-perfecting Pravana ChromaSilk hair color to transform hairstyles. Clients nestle into leather chairs for consultations before enjoying cleansing and massage. Coloring services douse hair in solid or partial hues and can help customers beam like the sun rising over a field of slumbering chameleons. Off the salon floor, aestheticians and nail technicians dutifully perform spa services using top-notch products from GlyMed Plus and Bronze Biologic.