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In a sleek white space decorated with framed black-and-white pictures, Routh Street Hair Design's stylists cut, color, and highlight locks. Stylist Sab draws upon 12 years of experience when cutting hair or blending out his male client's gray hairs, making their follicles look younger without spraying them with a Super Soaker filled at the fountain of youth.:m]]
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).
When hairstylist Shelton Ogle opened his first salon at 21, he quickly realized the secret to maximizing the number of gorgeous haircuts he could render: a well-trained staff. So two years later, he opened his beauty school, Ogle School of Hair, Skin & Nails. Now in its 40th year, the school leverages its accrued experience and knowledge to teach aesthetic arts ranging from skincare to hair coloring. In the school’s salons, students practice on the public, cutting hair into elegant, customized shapes, texturizing strands with relaxers and perms, and highlighting nails with manicures, rather than with rings with built-in strobe lights. A testament to Shelton’s success in building his vision, he was even able to develop a weekly show for PBS about the beauty industry.
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.
Leave cares and diets behind when selecting from Barley's "totally fried" menu. You'll find crispy onion rings ($6.95), spicy or mild chicken strips served with dipping sauces ($6.95), and fried pickle baskets ($4.95) among the bar-hearty options. Add a little greens to your grease with a Buffalo fried chicken salad ($7.95) served with your choice of dressing. Barley House also serves draft and bottled beers, wine, and mixed drinks.
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.