Stylist Dawn Ward has been practicing her scissor choreography for more than 15 years. In that time, she's come to specialize in French cutting techniques, which emphasize individual features such as face shape. In addition to hair services, clients can also opt for nail care or a swift waxing session to banish unwanted hair.
Jessica's Hair Design creates new hairstyles that compliment clients? face shapes and morning routines. Easy-to-maintain haircuts include simple bobs and crewcuts, whereas more adventurous dos include perms, keratin treatments, and highlights. Jessica's Hair Design also offers facial waxing, which removes unwanted fuzz on upper lips and shapes eyebrows into perfect arches.
Betsy Clark is a lifesaver. Well, a hair saver. She can transform spotty at-home dye jobs into natural-looking hues and apply vivid, unconventional ombre color to prep clients for special occasions. At Salon Lofts, the experienced stylist, trained at the Ohio Academy of Paul Mitchell, specializes in the aforementioned color services and creative, textured cuts.
At Style Suites, stylist Nesey foregoes the assistance of a receptionist and instead relies on personal relationships with her clients to ramp up business. Having established a rapport, Nesey keeps customers happy by using top-notch products, such as formaldehyde-free Agave smoothing treatments, to style and straighten 'dos.
Hair is the fastest growing tissue on the body, next to bone marrow and pesky ear-canal flowers. Luckily, Svelte Beauty Lounge keeps hair and other body foliage in line with a diverse menu of modern styling techniques. A skilled stylist can chisel out voluminous layers, or bedeck tresses with a bold color process. Clients may also request a private waxing session to banish unwanted hair from the face and body.
Moroccanoil, Design Essentials, and Kenra hair products help Voda Hair Design’s stylists revamp their clients’ manes. They work inside the shabby-chic salon, where vintage brick walls are dotted with with whimsical paintings in bright blues, oranges, and reds. Industrial-looking workstations host men and women during anything from simple haircuts to fancy updos with cascading curls.