The skilled technicians at Karma Hair Salon pamper guests with a full menu of hair and waxing services, which anchor themselves on a vast selection of beauty products from Paul Mitchell. To honor her father?s memory, Karma?s owner offers free haircuts to firemen, police officers, and veterans, as well as discounts to their spouses and children.
Ann Marie is a hair artist and a veteran of the beauty industry. The owner of Salon 862 for more than 17 years, she has surrounded herself with other stylists, nail artists, and skin care specialists, who combine to have more than 25 years of experience in their own respective fields. A stylist will share this expertise with a free hair consultation, where they'll work with the client to determine a haircut and style, color or foil, or keratin treatment that best helps them meet their image goals. The salon's aesthetician likewise offers free skin consultations, and follows up with appropriate treatments using medical-grade skincare products from the Image line. These treatments include facials that address acne and signs of aging such as wrinkles and dinosaur scratches. More advanced treatments, like photofacials and laser hair removal, are also available and administered by certified technicians.
Growing up in Honduras, Cecilia dreamed of becoming a stylist. She arrived in the United States and quickly got to work accomplishing her goal. After graduating from school as a professional stylist, she went even further and opened her own salon. Now, Cecilia works with her sister and other beauty pros at Cecy’s Hair Salon. They specialize in hair-coloring services, keratin treatments, and extensions. Other offerings include mani-pedis and makeup applications for weddings and wedding-themed pool parties.
Inside Mega Hair Elite, Stacy uses her clients' bodies as canvases, creating beach-ready bronzed skin with her careful handiwork. Her airbrush spray tans provide an alternative to UV-light tanning, allowing guests to determine how dark they would like their complexion to be.
Recognized by CityVoters for its cosmetological care and skill, Interlude Salon & Day Spa effortlessly tames unruly brow bristles of all shapes and shades. Michelle Rizzo-Hill and her bevy of beauticians use specially formulated hard beeswax that is gentle on the skin, tough on hair, and delicious on toast. After consulting and deciding on a face-appropriate style, the salon's sultans of sleek will design, wax, and shape your brows into delicately sculpted arch art–employing pencils, powders and long-wear pens–fashioning fetching forehead feelers out of any frumpy eye drapes.
Brands Used: Framesi, Redken, Biolage, Shuga and more
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Free street parking
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Pro Tip: Ask your stylist for product recommendations for your hair type. Our products are always discounted.
What's the number one grooming tip every person should know?
Partially dry your hair with a blow dryer, or air dry, before brushing. Brushing wet hair can damage your strands and cause split ends. Flat-paddle brushes are the best if you must brush your wet hair.
Part of being a good stylist is mastering the art of conversation. What are some pro tips for talking to strangers?
[We] bring up topics everyone can relate to. [We] ask about family, kids, work, what they do for fun or what plans they have for their days off.