The Parlour's team is made up of 12 stylists who combine a down-to-earth approach with high-quality service, many of whom have sculpted sleek 'dos at prestigious events such as Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in NYC and LA Fashion Week. The staff participates in ongoing training by renowned stylists and in-house classes, and the salon's decor reflects the caliber of this talent. Illuminating hardwood floors and full wall mirrors add dimension to the space, in addition to helping hair techs tailor each cut to their client's face-shape and personality.
Shrivasta Salon's owner, Joey M., trained at Bumble and bumble in New York, and traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe in order to perfect his craft. Today, when he isn't traveling to keep up with current trends in hairstyling, he transforms men and women with cuts, conditioning treatments, and up-dos, and tame frizz with Brazilian Blowout treatments.
Located in Colorado's White River National Forest at the base of Vail Mountain, Vail is best known for its world-class skiing and its mountain's seven snow-filled back bowls. That said, the area presents an exhilarating backdrop for the summer as well, especially for mountain biking, horseback riding, and paragliding. Another summer draw is the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens, less than a 10-minute walk from the lodge. After Memorial Day, you can take a guided tour through these mountaintop botanical gardens, waterfalls, and rock formations.Inspired by the Swiss ski town of Zermatt, Vail Village is steeped in European charm. Bavarian-style bistros, art galleries, and rustic chalets line the village’s cobblestone streets, where the lack of cars adds a tinge of peaceful solitude.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.
Tolga Taskin and the deft stylists at his eponymous salon wield decades of experience to crown clients in unique 'dos. Kerastase conditioning treatments smooth and repair manes battered by chemicals, and highlights draw attention to favored strands with rich color. Talented snip artists trim locks to flatter each client's features and personal élan, showcasing high cheekbones with a close crop or a pragmatic bend with ruler-straight bangs notched every half-inch. All coif-sculpting sessions conclude with blow-drying, which breathes style into new looks.
Kim Scafe's facials fight everything from acne to signs of aging. She brings 15 years of experience to every cheek she scrubs, analyzing each client's complexion with a knowing eye. After discerning each client's skin type, she assembles a custom suite of products and technologies that will cleanse and revitalize it in just the right way. She even caters to gentlemen's faces, taking extra care of skin that has become sensitive from shaving or nuzzling tree trunks.
Behind their salon chairs, the stylists at 3rd Avenue Studio cut, color, and deep condition their clients' manes with Bumble and Bumble, Paul Mitchell, and Kevin Murphy products. They also re-texturize hair with thermal straightening, Brazilian blowouts, and relaxers. Away from the salon floor, nail technicians pamper clients with manicures and pedicures enhanced with chip-resistant shellac polishes. Additional treatments include body waxing and therapeutic facials.