Hair stylist, makeup artist, and nail technician beautifies her clients in a number of ways, from arranging locks into a new 'do to dressing up fingers with OPI gel polish. A certified hair extension provider, she also helps her clients keep their unique styles fresh with beauty advice and color tips.
If you traveled back in time to see Shelly Rewinkle when she was a little girl, you probably wouldn't expect her to become a hairstylist. That's because she spent most of her time playing with boys and riding dirt bikes in California. But ever since the late 80s, this tomboy-turned-stylist has strengthened her skills by working in salons and training with brands such as Aveda and American Crew.
As the owner of Grand Salon, Shelly leads a team of stylists, who tend to manes and pour complimentary glasses of wine and cucumber water. In addition to their expert services, they have been known to go above and beyond by feeding clients' meters, grabbing their lunch, and videotaping their children's clarinet recitals. All of this takes place inside an old plant warehouse, where 20 skylights illumine the cavernous space. Before opening, Shelly brought in craftsmen to build tabletops out of old wood. By mixing these natural elements with the industrial feel of the building, she created a modern ambiance that still feels warm and inviting. At the front of salon, a boutique displays art and accessories alongside products by Bumble and bumble and Kerastase.
Guiltless Glow owner and proprietor Laurie Middleton was once a self-proclaimed ?sun-worshipper," who relied on tanning beds for her bronzed glow. She soon learned of the benefits of airbrush tanning?the customizable shades, the skin-toning and evening properties, and lack of harmful UV rays?and has since dedicated herself to sharing that knowledge. Inside her studio, she's further expanded her passion for beautification, performing skincare, nail, and waxing services, offering Norvell automatic booth tans, and adding glow to grins with DaVinci organic teeth-whitening services.
At Diamonds & Pearls Nail Studio, master technician and 20-year industry veteran Liana indulges digits with FDA-approved products and paramount attention to detail. During any service, Liana goes the extra mile to make every client feel comfortable at her vented manicure table and plush pedicure chair.
Featured on Channel 2's Fix Me Friday, Rebelle by Tootsie's trusses up its clients using astute eyes and an edgy aesthetic. Amid Rebelle's carmine walls and beneath a battery of gilded chandeliers, a crew of creative stylists twists hair, paints nails, and transforms clients into glowing paragons of beauty. Locks bathe luxuriously during a 15-minute shampoo and deep-conditioning treatment, wherein Mediceuticals products cleanse grease and extremely confused auto mechanics from hair, and then hydrate each strand for health and shine. A blow-dry banishes dampness from client manes and replaces it with a gleaming canvas as the skilled stylist's hands twist and brush hair into a creative masterpiece. The 30-minute style employs products by Kevin Murphy and Moroccon Oil to sculpt flattering coifs that reflect the personality and cranial capacity of each guest.
A design motif characterized by simple but elegant chandeliers and lemon- and lime-hued walls maintains a sunny ambiance across all three of Nail Day's Denver locations. The charming backdrop puts clients at ease as they hunker down into plush chairs and let aestheticians primp and prettify their hands and feet. To ensure optimal sanitation, Nail Day offers manicure kits that customers can take with them and bring back for each treatment, giving them their own individual file, sanding file, and orangewood stick. In addition, staffers disinfect sinks and tabletops multiple times a day with a hospital-grade germ-killing solution and clean all metal implements through autoclaving, a heat-sterilization method used at medical facilities.