With haircare products by the likes of Goldwell Color and Color Glow, the team at Steven Edwards Color Group aims to erase all bad hair days on clients’ calendars. Whether delivering a quick trim, a drastic makeover, or a pink ombre, each stylist nurtures locks with the same passion and professionalism as the CEO of Hugging Puppies Without Smiling, Inc. They can even repopulate strands on barren scalps with noninvasive, virtually painless laser hair therapy treatments. Though their main focus is hair, the beauticians also perform relaxing massages, doll up nails, and refresh skin with facials powered by Glo Therapeutics products.
At the tender age of 22, Keith Zimmerman opened the doors of Keith's Haircenter. Twenty-seven years later, his salon has undergone three renovations, and he's successfully opened a second Redken hair salon in Green Bay. Within the two locations, stylists and aestheticians provide a suite of beautifying services that run the gamut from basic cuts and prismatic color to waxing, tanning, manicures, and hair-loss solutions. The hairstylists at the Redken salon place a special emphasis on Redken's credo of personalized consultations, during which stylists and clients collaborate to find the best-suited cut and color based on face-shape, aura-color, and skin-tone.
Bella Medica's alternative cosmetic treatments address a host of bodily concerns—from aging and loose skin to smoking habits and weight gain—using natural, toxin-free green spa practices. Tackling sun-damaged and acne-prone skin, the anti-aging skin Medica Vitalize chemical peel aims to seize youth back from Father Time, throwing hourglass sand in his eyes and forcing him to eat minute rice. The peel employs a blend of retinoic, resorcinol, beta-hydroxy, and alpha-hydroxy acids to help smooth the texture of facial skin by removing its outer layers and innermost repressed feelings. One of the only superficial peels suitable for all skin types, the Vitalize peel incurs little to no downtime after treatment.
Changing Headlines offers clients something most salons don't: private treatment suites. These suites aren't just for waxing, but for every one of the salon's services, whether staff members are applying eyelash extensions or Redken's multidimensional color. In addition to traditional salon services, Changing Headlines also offers various hair-restoration treatments, including laser hair therapy, wigs, hair additions, and hair extensions.
Board-certified dermatologist Harry Sharata, M.D. PhD is a man of many talents. Not only does he serve as clinical associate professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, but he is also the medical director for both Advanced Dermatology, Inc. and Madison Skin & Research Inc., a research clinic that conducts clinical trials on dermatological therapies. In his work at Advanced Dermatology, Inc., he leads a staff of nurses, physician’s assistants, and pharmacists through medical dermatology procedures that target eczema, skin cancer, and acne and cosmetic dermatology treatments. These include laser hair-removal as well as other outpatient procedures such as photorejuvenation, glycolic chemical peels, and Botox, which noninvasively target signs of aging including wrinkles, age spots, and lips that continually whistle “Ragtime Gal.”
Dr. William D. Yates can empathize with patients afflicted by receding hairlines—he used to be one of them. A transplant not only restored his hair, but also rejuvenated his waning self-confidence. He enacts the same physical and mental transformation in his patients with surgical and nonsurgical attacks against hair loss. The treatments range from hair transplants to stimulation of tired hair follicles with low-level lasers.