The stylists at Hair Resistable Salon have only one goal: to help clients look and feel their best. To accomplish this, they nourish strands with healing L’anza products and craft modern styles with Design Essentials serums. In addition to adorning hair with highlights, braids, and weaves, the staff can add a coat of polish to digits and whisk away unwanted facial hair.
As Andrew’s Hair Salon’s stylists cut, color, and shape tresses, they pay careful attention to achieving customers’ desired looks—just as they did when the salon opened its doors in 1964. Since then, the hairstyling industry has changed, but an emphasis on continuing education ensures that these stylists stay at the cutting edge of hair trends and techniques. Andrew’s Hair Salon also offers expert facial waxing services, keeping eyebrows shaped and upper lips and chins smooth to help clients impersonate wax mannequins at Madame Tussauds.
Over her impressive career, Vanessa C. has styled the hair of NFL football players and fashion models. Perhaps the most important client she's ever had, though, was her first?a mannequin. When she was young, she spent hours at a salon making over a mannequin head and watching her dad, a master barber, work his magic. She was hooked. With the hopes of following in her dad's footsteps, she enrolled in cosmetology school and became licensed. She soon was working as a contract stylist in New York City, as well as a stylist for models during photo shoots. Hair etc by Vee, LLC is the culmination of her journey through the world of cosmetology. Here, Vanessa continues to execute her eye for fashion while cutting, braiding, and installing weaves and extensions. She even offers bridal services to help women look their very best on the big day, when they'll be posing for pictures or trying to balance atop a cake.
Cheveux Salon's beautifiers gussy up exteriors, exerting expertise in hairstyling, spray tanning, makeup application, and nail design. Stylist Joette Kruppenbacher restructures hairscapes and colors coifs using Kenra and Paul Brown Hawaii products. Elsewhere, spray-tan technicians take aim at pale complexions using South Seas solutions and a professional makeup artist accents facial features. All treatments take place inside a comfortable salon oasis decorated with russet hardwood floors and stacked stone walls, which bring to mind a sophisticated coziness that rivals that of a floor-length coat made of teddy-bear fur.
After the hairstylists at New Era Salon learned advanced hair techniques through trainings, they didn?t just replicate those skills at the salon. Instead, they took their newfound knowledge and used it to develop their own unique styles of cutting and coloring locks. Their clients leave the salon with sleek bobs, asymmetrical layers, and hair colored to imitate Monet?s water lilies. Staffers also wax brows and prettify nails with manicures.
Tangles' savvy, dedicated staff leads a pro-beauty, anti-stress crusade with a battalion of services to pamper bodies and keep them from walking into the ugly-wall. Swedish massage, a light- to medium-pressured technique, uses long, connective strokes and kneading to improve blood flow, stimulate the lymphatic system, relieve physical tension, and melt stress into a puddle of biodegradable papier-mâché. Tangles pairs such stress-liquefying methods with powerful amalgamations of fragrant essential oils. For customers who need some nail work, Tangles’ Shellac manicure coats people-claws with a hybrid gel-nail-polish designed to stand up to extended periods of jackhammering or talking in two sign languages at once.