Beauty Store & Salon plethora of professional-grade hair, nail, skincare, and cosmetic products give you plenty of ways to glow like a flattered firefly on its honeymoon. A vial of OPI nail polish ($8.50) will gloss your finger helmets while a bottle of Moroccan oil treatment ($40.79) will tame your tresses until they're sleeker and shinier than a glazed otter. Gird your face for atmospheric re-entry with a generous coat of Jane Iredale matte pressed base ($49.50). Beauty Store also carries Thymes brand bath and body products and TRAPP candles ($3.50–$25).
Situated in her colorful studio above Barley House, Nevaeh Salon & Spa’s Sarah Lewis always has a comfortable seat ready for her latest client. Hugged by her leather swiveling chair and its stately wooden arms, customers close their eyes and forget workaday worries as Sarah prepares their pampering treatments. Armed with professional-grade products from trusted brands such as Eufora, she revitalizes bored ‘dos with everything from Brazilian blowouts and coloring treatments.
Aesthetician Yvette Umana's passion for skincare comes from her clients—specifically, in seeing how happy they are after an effective treatment. It's for this reason she counters beauty concerns with a wide list of services. Her anti-aging facials make skin appear smoother without daily applications of Scotch tape, and her purifying facials work to unclog pores with natural acids. Yvette also removes unwanted hair with waxing, and enhances the eyes with eyelash extensions.
Using Botanical Science Technologies products such as honey-almond scrubs and papaya and pumpkin masques, licensed aesthetician Suzanne Shelton beautifies skin with services customized to each client’s needs. She also lends her skincare expertise through helpful tips posted on her Facebook page and skywritten with an airplane in the clear blue sky.
Each of Pro-Cuts' more than 150 locations embodies the company's casual, no-frills ethos in its own way. The salon owners cultivate an atmosphere approachable to families and menfolk while sustaining an undercurrent of elegance. The quick-snipping Pro-Cuts stylists specialize in the Pro-Cuts 15-minute haircut, followed by a 10-hour eulogy for sideburns past. While services vary by location, typical offerings include kids cuts, beard trimming, and shampoo service powered by big-name salon brands such as Biolage and American Crew.
From the moment clients walk into Pouf, the salon's hip sense of style is on display. Checkered flooring and mod white chairs give the blowdry bar a charming vintage feel. But the boutique's charm is more than skin deep. Each blowout is accompanied by a complimentary scalp massage and stylists only use cruelty-free haircare by Kevin Murphy. Pouf's team, lead by owners Nas Sabeti and Maryam Salassi, also goes the extra mile by adding elegant braids and mile-long extensions to any 'dos. They also deploy GloMinerals cosmetics to create special occasion looks. This attention to detail has earned the salon praise from D Magazine and Advocate Magazine.