A tranquil experience awaits clients who waltz through the doors of A New Length Salon & Day Spa, where attentive staffers greet them with an array of hair, skin, and massage services. Five stylists scurry across the salon floor, skillfully tending to manes with customized haircuts, highlights, and straightening treatments utilizing more than 15 brands of beauty products including Keune and Bio Ionic haircare. Inside a private treatment room, an aesthetician tends to skin, peering into pores to decipher skin types and predict next week's lottery numbers. Visages can be balanced and restored to more youthful appearances with the aid of traditional aesthetic services, such as brow tinting and waxing, or more advanced medi-spa treatments such as Diamond microdermabrasion. Faces are further beautified at the hands of a trained makeup artist wielding True skincare and cosmetics, a line of products infused with a free-radical fighting antioxidant. During makeup applications, artists narrate every brush stroke so clients can recreate the look at home. A New Length's staff also uses their beautification skills to pay it forward by donating proceeds from haircuts, facials, massages, and pink polish to the Virginia Breast Cancer Foundation.
In 2009, Redken Master Stylist and Certified Pureologist technician Elena teamed up with her sister, Rosalia, to open Invidia Hair Design. Since then, their team has grown to include eight total stylists. Among those eight, there are several other Master Stylists, each of whom maintains her skills with continuing education classes. Inside their upscale and modern space, the team cuts hair, adds flair with feather extensions, and drenches locks in new hues with such eye-popping color the salon has an optometrist on call. The team performs all of these services with the aid of products by brands such as Redken, Chi, and Pureology. Many of these styling aides are available for purchase on Invidia's retail shelves and can be taken home after visits.
The stylists at Fantastic Sams keep things simple?but that doesn't mean plain. At salons scattered across the United States, the mane-makers fill a head of hair's everyday needs with services such as adult cuts, bang trims, and facial styling. They also go beyond basic services with texturing treatments, foil highlights, and hair relaxers more effective than simply slipping some gin into the shampoo. All services are complemented with their trademark FantasticStyle shampoo therapy, a treatment that includes a three-minute scalp massage and a nourishing argan-oil serum.
Ensconced in the tranquil atmosphere of Spa310, licensed master-level stylists and aestheticians dedicate themselves to improving the appearance of their clients' skin and hair. More than 15 facials and peels can be customized to address different skin concerns. Meanwhile, an array of massage modalities provide different ways for the steady hands of licensed massage therapists to knead tension out of muscles. Spa310's experts also make use of the Cynosure Apogee Elite laser, which can address skin conditions ranging from unwanted hair to rosacea.
Whether constructing formal styles or snipping bang, the stylists at Blackbird Salon work with ladies and gents to get their style down pat. Deep conditioning or keratin treatments restore hair health for sleek, shiny styles, while color or texture services transform looks more dramatically. Ultimately, the stylists know that beautiful or dapper hair is context specific, and they work to complement each person's facial features, lifestyle, and hair type.
La Bella beautifies 'dos with an assemblage of styling services for the aesthetically conscious looking to spruce up their hair. Unruly coiffures are put in place by the expert stylists, starting with a detailed consultation that lays out style options and allows customers to choose the cut that best meshes with an active lifestyle, a sharp clothing style, or a frequently traversed turnstile. Cuts are preceded by a shampoo and relaxing scalp massage. Women's cuts ($40–$60) include a complimentary makeup touch up with Arbonne products, ensuring faces match the newly optimized aesthetics of their furry top hats. Men's cuts ($30–$40) include a mini-facial, which exfoliates and moisturizes skin made tough from exposure to the elements or regular shaving with rusty bowie knives. Swap shades with all-over color services ($55–$80) performed by staff members specially trained in the use of Schwarzkopf color products. Finicky frizz is mitigated by a selection of straightening treatments ($70–$125+), smoothing out kinks, ameliorating the undesirable poofiness of humidity's moist touch, and creating an ideally uniform surface for repelling microsportsmen. Liquid hair removal ($15–$45) is accomplished with Nufree, a soy-based antimicrobial hair remover that eliminates unwanted down while minimizing pain and leaving skin smooth and soft.