Stylist Delaney Sinclair invites customers to Salon Bliss, where she tends to heads of hair with salon services. She deftly snips and styles new, eye-catching ’dos, complete with blow-dry services. She also augments heads with bursts of color via partial highlights, full highlights, or full color treatments.
Style constructers at T. Fox Salon specialize in custom coloring and cuts crafted to the exact specifications of each client's vision. Both men's and women's haircuts begin with a shampoo to free strands of dirt and oil and wash away the mischievous scalp-dwelling civilizations responsible for the common bedhead. Scissor-wielders then get to work crafting peerless coiffures to complement faces and personalities. Women's cuts culminate with a Redken shine treatment, which results in a degree of gleaming brilliance usually reserved for the inhabitants of the U.S. Mint's storied gold caves. Those who opt for highlights get up to 14 thought-illuminating foils, strategically placed throughout the head to produce sun-smooched natural-looking results.
The students at Winonah School of Cosmetology hone their shampooing, coloring, and skincare talents during professional, hands-on training classes. They sharpen their scissor skills under the watchful supervision of licensed instructors, snipping away split ends and crafting flattering new ‘dos with confidence and precision. They also learn to navigate the chemical waters of perms and relaxers, in addition to extension installation and updos.
Hairstylist Yessica has a simple mission: to ensure that, when clients leave Le Roque Hair Studio #9, their hair is both healthy and beautiful. She achieves these results by personalizing salon services to each person's hair texture, porosity, and density. Yessica has mastered this skill during more than five years in the industry, and she's a color educator for Tigi, a professional brand of hair products.
Though her passion for glamour goes all the way back to her early childhood, it wasn?t until Jeanice Bouvier Davis leapt into Manhattan?s Robert Fiance Hair Academy that she began to realize her true obsession. After graduating with honors, Davis went on to train with industry leaders such as Aveda and Paul Mitchell?groups that allowed her to build a solid understanding of how to properly serve a multicultural clientele. Armed with a varied set of skills, she eventually took another bold leap by opening Hair Cafe in 2004. Situated directly across from the Eastern Market Metro station, the salon gives Jeanice and her diverse team of male and female stylists the chance to focus on a variety of high-end services, from artful cuts and curls to relaxers and keratin treatments.