Catering to men and women, Cut Color Style provides a bevy of upscale salon services amid its cozy confines. Customers will receive top-notch hair care from Holly Clark, a talented stylist with 15 years of hair-taming experience. Trim noodle nests with a women’s ($38) or men’s ($25) haircut, and boast a fetching coiffure with the aid of a formal updo ($65). A brow ($15) or lip ($12) waxing adds smooth sheen to frontispieces, while a basic hair color ($55) imbues hairdos with vibrant pigmentation.
Dr. Milroy J. Samuel, founder of Maison De Leumas, combines his expertise in cosmetic surgery and women's health care as he lifts, sculpts, and beautifies bodies. The expert sends patients' confidence soaring as high as a coffee-swigging eagle with treatments in fat removal and relocation and gynecological cosmetic procedures.
Perfect Image's salon services refresh coiffeurs of every kind and its spa ministrations bring new vim to tired skin. The strand sorcerers on staff consult with clients before shampooing, snipping, and blow-drying their locks into coiffured majesty ($37+). When hair is unwelcome at the body party, aestheticians will kick it to the curb after meticulously daubing warm azulene body wax around eyebrows ($13), lips ($10), underarms ($20), and other areas seeking follicle liberation. Meanwhile, indulgent hides can pour over Perfect Image's extensive list of facial treatments including the Eclat Cocoon facial, which—like a paranoid umpire—swaddles visages in a double mask before unveiling refreshed skin ($85).
The staffers at Aloe Loft Salon believe that steam can do much more than just relax the body. Their saunas boast a blend of warm water vapor, clay, and other natural ingredients, which aim to rid bodies of toxins and mineral waste, and can even increase arthritis patients' range of motion. The sessions also work to enhance metabolisms and burn calories without requiring clients to resort to archaic methods of slimming down, like bench-pressing a mastodon.
But steam is just one tool in the spa's arsenal. As a full salon, the stylists revamp 'dos with cuts and coloring services, as well as thermal straightening treatments to tame unruly hair.
As one of the oldest cosmetology schools in the area, the Salon Schools Group has been churning out highly trained manicure mavens, visage revolutionaries, and overall bodily beautifiers for nearly eight decades. Drop by any location and let one of the up-and-coming cosmetologists stage a performance of their freshly honed skills under the supervision of an expert instructor before they matriculate to some of the finest salons in the area. Services, which vary by school location, include a cranberry bog facial from Westerville's spa menu, which cleanses and heals the skin with antioxidants and essential oils and, like any fruitful spelunking expedition, concludes with a shampoo and blow dry ($32.50). Heath's salon menu offers deluxe haircuts with a blow dry and curling-iron style ($9–$11) and cap highlights ($29–$30). Liberate upper lips and eyebrows from the tyranny of excess fuzz with a wax from Canal Winchester's spa offerings ($7 each), or sharpen your claws with the full set of sculptured nails offered on Karl Road's salon menu ($20). There are a slew of equally indulgent treatments at all seven locations. Go in for a marathon glam session before the office prom, or spread out services over multiple visits.