Despite its name, Illusions of Beauty’s services deliver lasting results. From haircuts, weaves, and coloring services to nailcare, waxing, and cosmetics, the staff at Illusions of Beauty is equipped to help clients to enhance their natural beauty and boost confidence. Aestheticians use Dermalogica skincare products to cleanse and exfoliate faces in private rooms made deeply relaxing by the deafening sounds of quiet.
When a nationally acclaimed troupe of hair-crobats comes to your cottage to whisk you away on their traveling wig wagon, be waiting for them with your follicular A-game. For $50, today's Groupon gives you fashionable locks with $100 worth of hair services at Grand Illusions Hair Studio in El Segundo. Cut, style, straighten, perm, or extend your hair to match the collectible figurine you constructed of yourself over the holiday season.
Working mere blocks from the Pacific Ocean, Six Degrees Salon and Spa’s team of stylists distills the sea’s natural beauty and calming influence into beauty treatments under the guidance of co-owners Joel and Frida Silva, authorities in haircare and skincare services, respectively. While stylists trim hair and wax errant fringe in the second floor’s open, hardwood-floored salon upstairs, licensed massage therapists knead out kinks and aestheticians unleash powerful facials and peels on blemishes in the downstairs spa and boutique. Armed with products from top-tier companies such as Obagi and Moroccanoil, the beautifiers render coifs and skin more healthy and radiant than a nutritionist's grocery list left in a running microwave.
At Beachcutter’s Salon, Nancy Weiner puts her 35 years of experience in the beauty industry to good use. In addition to crafting fresh dos and embellishing them with styling, coloring, and perms, Nancy is also certified in Global Keratin and Keratin Complex Smoothing Therapy. In addition to hair services, Beachcutter’s offers foot scrubs and mani-pedis.
Redondo Beach Beauty College preps future beauty makers with classroom instruction and hands-on training. Cosmetology students prepare for state licensure with 1,600 hours of technical instruction and practical training. Aside from cosmetology training, other programs include instruction and experience for aspiring aestheticians, manicurists, and beauty instructors, and the staff can teach these programs in English, Vietnamese, or Spanish. The 4,880-square-foot facility hosts classes in lecture and lab rooms, workshop areas, and includes a student library, break room, and place to stash doll hair after it’s been removed from a sibling’s favorite Ken doll.