At EHD Salon & Day Spa, which has 10 years in the cosmetology industry transforming guests and teaching stylists, beauty experts customize customers' color and haircuts to fit their needs and keep them up to date with the latest trends. They also pride themselves on applying relaxers the proper way to maintain hair health and integrity. For those clients who want to embrace their textured hair, the stylists perform natural haircare services. Additionally, they can create flowing, frizz-free styles on both natural and relaxed hair with Ceramic pHusion treatments.
Away from the salon floor, aestheticians enhance skin with facials, microdermabrasion treatments, and chemical peels. Massage therapists enhance sessions with warm stones and aromatherapy oils selected to reduce stress.
Whether clients need a hair or spa service, they can conveniently schedule their appointment online or via skywriting.
In his 16 years of hairstyling experience, Mark Harmon has seen a lot of fads come and go. So rather than simply copy a trend, he works closely with his clients to come up with individual styles that will make them feel beautiful but still work with their particular lifestyle. But while his innovative methods and intense training make him adept at styling, coloring, or designing updos on the fly, he understands that many clients have trouble verbalizing their desires, and so he encourages clients to bring in pictures of hairstyles or celebrity mug shots in order to help direct their service.
With Paul Mitchell and TIGI Catwalk products in tow, De Grance' Salon and Day Spa’s stylists cut, color, and permanently wave hair of all lengths and thicknesses. The well-rounded staff also tends to unwanted hair with waxing services, and facials such as the rosacea facial harness green tea, licorice, and seaweed compounds to calm skin. Bolstering as many services as possible with healing, wholesome products, raindrop therapy involves 28 essential oils that aim to stimulate the spine and surrounding muscles. After their beautification treatments, clients can browse the boutique’s retail goods, picking up jewelry and Betsey Johnson handbags in which to keep their recently chopped off locks.
Start your journey into relaxation with a 45-minute therapy manicure ($38) and an hour-long therapy pedicure ($55), designed to perk up digits in time for competitive hand-puppet season. In addition to the standard line-up of cuticle shaping, nail buffing, and polish administering included in classic mani-pedi productions, therapy sessions include a stress-dissolving hand and calf massage, as well as exfoliating scrubs to whisk skin scales off to Valhalla in botanically scented glory. Follow your blissful beautifying treatment with an Instant Radiance facial, which will steam, cleanse, tone, and moisturize your weary dermis. Or choose the Instant Delight massage to relieve back and neck muscles worn-out from repeated coy glances over your shoulder.
If you've got tangled, dry, or frizzy hair, Magnena Jones recommends one of her homemade hair cocktails, a custom-made mix of haircare products meant to combat aesthetic issues.
Magnena and her team administer all of their hair services with a similar degree of personalization. Their 'dos range from quirky pixie cuts and pompadours to neat bobs and simple trims, often colored in with solid hues or highlights. They can unwind curls with relaxers or add volume to hair with a blowout. Like a person trapped in an abandoned library, Magnena is always learning something new; her work with both men's and women's hair is informed by classes from companies such as Redken as well as collaboration with industry leaders, including celebrity stylist Kim Kimble.