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.
At Merle Norman, complexion archeologists unearth fresher faces with powerful exfoliating skin treatments. Microdermabrasion initiates a mechanical breakup from dry, clingy skin cells, encouraging them to move beyond settling on wrinkles. A peel declares chemical warfare on pore despots, ousting dying skin regimes and stimulating a collagen revolution. Both treatments aim to rejuvenate well-traveled mugs by lessening obvious signs of age including dull skin, fine lines, and birthday-candle residue.
Snip-Its pampers pint-size clients with hairstyling and spa treatments in a cartoonish, kid-friendly environment. In approximately 45 minutes, adolescents can have their curls styled and their nails manicured without the stress and pyrokinesis that often accompany children's grooming. Brightly painted floor-to-ceiling murals and salon-themed computer games entertain lads and lasses while Snip-Its' specially trained stylists sculpt updos, file nails, and brush on polish in each child's choice of color and luster, with a special prize following every treatment. Styling stations are designed for total safety and comfort, with room to move around, a safety strap for toddlers, and an ejector seat for quick getaways.
Dionysus is an Aveda Lifestyle Salon and opened in The Woodlands in 1996. We fell in love with Midtown and decided to expand into the city. Our team there has been with us in The Woodlands and they decided to move to into Houston to work at this new location. If you want beautiful hair/skin, Dionysus & Aveda will do it.
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.
Amanda Mathis transforms ho-hum hairdos by snipping away split ends and adding dimension with highlights. She infuses hair with moisture using keratin complex deep-conditioning treatments. She also can add fullness and length with extensions made from real human hair.
Heads of lettuce are similar; heads of hair are not. That’s why stylist Tashina Meyers feverishly strives to tailor her techniques to the personality and lifestyle of each individual. Tashina, who operates out of Sozo Boutique, can engineer bold layers and eye-catching highlights, or nix unwanted hair from eyebrow outskirts with her specialty waxing services.