If the Stone Mountain location of Fresche Hair Salon & Boutique feels like home, that’s probably because it’s nestled inside a ranch-style house, where salon artists work in rooms filled with rustic decor. The Oakhurst location, on the other hand, has the funky air of an art gallery—amid the stark contrast of kelly-green walls and brown furnishings, a colorful painting perches atop the mirror of every styling station. No matter their surroundings, the staff brings a hospitable and savvy approach to each service. They tend to a number of hair needs, including cutting hair into new looks and adding length with feather or 100% human-hair extensions. Their color services drench hair in enticing hues and strengthening proteins that protect from UV rays and people hucking gum for no reason. Meanwhile, professional makeup artists apply lipstick and blush and hold eyelash-extensions lessons and makeup tutorials.
Our shop has that old fashioned feel featuring friendly service, very reasonable prices, and the latest in men's haircuts and styles and hot lather shaves and facial treatments. You'll feel like part of our barber shop "family" from your first visit.
Even with 25 years of haircare experience under her belt, Authentic Hair Salon's owner and sole stylist Loretta still plans on being a lifelong student. A pupil of renowned weaver Clem LueYat and graduate of Paul Mitchell and Bronner Bros programs, she continues to participate in classes and seminars that enrich her styling skills. Loretta specializes in precision hair coloring and design, and draws on all her education and expertise to texturize, condition, and reshape clients’ hair. A certified practitioner of keratin treatments, she also smoothens frizzy locks and elongates hair with extensions that provide length and jump-roping capabilities.
Classy. Elegant. Posh. These are the qualities that Chic Salon & Spa strives for and largely achieves, thanks to a team of stylists who make beauty their top priority. Whether they're crafting face-flattering haircuts or adding dimension with partial or full highlights, they do everything in their power to bring their clients' dream looks to life.
A sliver of industrial London lies just outside the heart of Atlanta—at least, that's how it feels when walking into Flick Hair Studio. Past a silver beaded curtain the salon's centerpiece wrenches away one's sense of geographical permanence: giant, cracked letters spelling "Flick" layer a wall-sized, blue-toned version of the Union Jack. And this industrial-chic aesthetic continues in the stylists' knowledge of modern hair trends, but doesn't limit them. At their freestanding mirrors, they draw from a range of botanical Aveda cosmetics, haircare, and skincare products to create both bold and natural looks. They cut custom styles, give hair a sun-kissed sheen with highlights, and lead lessons on self-makeup application so that clients have the tools to create their own smoky-eye effects or finally become Michael Jackson in Thriller.