Studio Zia's stylists treat their clients to trendy hairstyles crafted with cutting-edge design techniques. The pampering continues with facials, manicures, and body waxing. The staff uses organic and environmentally friendly products when possible, including Zoya nail polish made with vegan ingredients.
Razor's Edge Salon's stylists help clients achieve their image goals. They offer haircuts and coloring treatments for both men and women, as well as shaves for men that leave their faces looking dapper and well groomed. In addition to hair services, beauticians here offer mani-pedis, massages, custom spray tanning, and body wraps, which help tone bodies and foster slimmer physiques.
At Nails from Heaven?located inside hair salon Razor's Edge?nail technician Makia Santiago beautifies clients' hands and feet with an array of mani-pedi techniques. Her repertoire includes manicures and pedicures using CND's VinylLux polish, a line that dries within 10 minutes and stays chip-free for about a week, elaborate false nails, and nail art created with gel polish. She also performs eyebrow and lip waxes and ionic footbaths that draw out toxins from the body.
Aquage, OPI, Wella?these are just three of the professional name-brand products the stylists at Savvy Salon use to beautify their clients. They sprinkle these products over heads during shampoos and styles and use them to primp nails during manicures. Devoted to the health of its clients' hair, Savvy Salon uses products free of harsh chemicals whenever possible, such as during an ammonia-free color gloss, formaldehyde-free keratin treatment, and 100% vegan miracle hair repair.
In the heart of downtown Cleveland, Karl's Inn of the Barristers has dished out mouthwatering deli fare to droves of loyal patrons for decades. Guests chow down on the shop's special: a towering corned-beef sandwich on toast with a crisp pickle on the side. It joins a roster of other deli sandwiches, such as pastrami, ham, and turkey, as well as hearty Angus beef burgers, crispy fried chicken, and flaky fish.
Recently named one of Elle magazine's top 100 salons, The Studio snips, colors, and styles locks into top form seven days a week. Trained hairsmiths harness the power of Paul Mitchell products to cut and finish manes ($25+ for men, $35+ for women) and shear teens' tresses ($15+ for boys, $20+ for girls) into styles ideal for impressing the football team or interpretive head-banging club. Tightly wound curls leave their troubles behind with a relaxer treatment ($75+), and head threads seeking a new hue will enjoy a complimentary 15-minute consultation, followed by a single-process color ($60+) or full highlight treatment ($120+ for 1 color, $10 extra for each additional color). Stylists will also sculpt strands into an up style ($50+), preparing them for a night on the town or a glamorous weekend on the sofa.