The team of talented stylists at Uno Bello Salon continue to pursue classes and training in order to stay abreast of the latest in cutting edge trends and techniques. Here, they follow a client-focused philosophy; every haircut, coloring treatment, and Brazilian blowout procedure they style comes with attention to the client's own physical features as well as those of the person hired to hold the spotlight over their head. The salon favors products from brands such as Moroccan Oil, Rusk, Kevin.Murphy, Brazilian Blowout, Verb, and Fake Bake
Entrepreneur and frame designer David Ulrich has cleared the vision of Twin Cities citizens since 1969. Besides creating a wealth of exclusive eyeglasses frames, such as the sleek 8 Below Zero collection and the retro-inspired Studebaker line, Ulrich opened Spectacle Shoppe to serve customers’ optic needs. There, teams of certified opticians accurately assess prescriptions and fashion single-vision, progressive, or bifocal lenses in the in-house lab. Clients confer with the staff to design custom frames or choose from the shop's thousands of one-of-a-kind frames, vintage cat's-eye styles, and double monocles.
Brands Used: Unite and Pureology
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Free street parking
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Jennifer Stockdale has completed Redken and TIGI color classes, as well as learned trade secrets from celebrity makeup artist James Ryder. She puts this extensive education to use pampering clients with classic and cutting-edge haircuts and coloring techniques. The multi-talented stylist doesn?t just apply her expertise to hair, though?she also waxes off unsightly fuzz on upper lips and eyebrow regions, as well as expertly applies makeup for days at the office or nights on the town.
Situated in the shopping district on Robert Street in West St. Paul, Twin Cities Magic & Costume stocks a collection of tricks, makeup, and costumes that have enlivened parties, magic acts, and movies for the past 27 years. Knowledgeable professionals and industry insiders guide visitors through the forest of lifelike costumes and awe-inspiring light and fire effects, helping to create eerie costumes for Halloween parties or convincing getups for period plays and films. DVDs and instructional videos teach budding illusionists how to impress crowds with linking ring and coin tricks, and fog machines and strobe lights add a touch of Vegas glamour to magicians' sets. Twin Cities Magic & Costume puts its expertise to the test as the headquarters of the Zombie Pub Crawl, a festival of gore and horror brought to life with the selection of professional-grade makeup and more than 15,000 wigs.