Cosmetologist Sherilyn Wieber didn't have her business name until one of her loyal customers began referring to her as the Hair Guru. Now, Sherilyn, an American Board Certified hair color expert, proudly wears the title as she welcomes customers for haircuts, color treatments, waxing, and nail services at her residence-based salon. There, customers receive one-on-one service complete with satellite music and complimentary beverages such as wine.
When it comes to hair treatments, there simply aren't many techniques that Amata Salon?s stylists haven't fully mastered. They seem remarkably in their element as they breeze through basic cuts or reshape hair with everything from smoothing treatments to texture treatments. So it's no surprise that they would challenge themselves by offering four unique hair-extension methods, as well as updos for weddings, formals, or wear-your-updo-to-work-days. Amata even supplies customized wigs for clients undergoing chemotherapy.
With 25 years of meat-slicing experience, Center Cut Meats' butchers possess the know-how to carve any meat?including wild game?to customers? specifications. They specialize in preparing ham and turkey, and have a knack for smoking sausages and bacon in trivia contests. Cajun spices, jalape?os, and garlic kick up the flavor of jerkies and smokehouse products, and artfully sliced cheeses complement deli platters. The meat market also vends live lobsters and freshwater fish including rainbow trout, walleye, and catfish. On weekdays, foodsmiths stock a lunch buffet with entrees such as beef stroganoff or meatloaf.