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.
No head of hair is the same to the stylists at Naama Salon & Day Spa—each requires its own customized treatment. For women, those range from perms and cropped cuts to designs inspired by rock star mohawks. Even more complicated 'dos, like dreadlocks, are fair game to the Naama team, which can deftly re-twist or restyle dreads. Using L'anza Healing Haircare products, stylists can also brighten hair with highlights and color or soften tresses with L'anza's customized five-step deep-conditioning treatment. Besides haircare, the Naama team specializes in removing unwanted hair with waxing or rejuvenating skin with exfoliating peels, including Vitamin C and pumpkin varieties.
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.
Lucy Noelle Beauty Shop and Day Spa's fun-loving staff brightens appearances with a strong arsenal of standard salon services and a few fun treatments, such as specialty tooth art and colorful eyelash extensions. For those seeking a straightforward cut, stylists brandish scissors when snipping the locks of men, women, and children while techs file away at fingers during manicures and pedicures. Rather than rubbing their teeth with chalk, clients can come to Lucy Noelle for quick and easy teeth whitening treatments.
After moving several times, unable to find the right environment where she felt she could maximize her potential in the art of hair, Kayla Graves found herself at Blake Rose Salon & Spa. The Aveda Institute graduate is a master in her field, working closely with her clients to determine not just what they want, but also what will work best for their lifestyles and hair textures. Visitors in her chair can expect precision cuts as well as color, blow-outs, and brand-new styles.
Lizz Waggoner has been a cosmetologist for more than 10 years, but that hasn’t stopped her from learning the beauty industry’s latest trends. She does this in order to provide her clients with the modern looks they desire. And though she expertly clips hair, she is also extremely well-versed in color treatments—she considers creating highlights, lowlights, and all-over hues one of her greatest passions, relying on Matrix, Redken, and Paul Mitchell products.