Signature Service: Color specialist
Brands Used: Certified color specialist with All-Nutrient organic color
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Pro Tip: My priority is making my clients look and feel their best.
Fantastic Sams is a full-service salon for the whole family that sculpts wilted hair into a look-twice hot commodity. All cuts start with a soothing shampoo using Fantastic Sams' signature line of products. With today's deal, tired tresses will also be treated to a moisture-melding deep-conditioning treatment to seal in shine and undo dryness and damage from sandbox headstands. After stray strands are snipped away, the lush remaining locks are blown dry as hair is sculpted into an irresistibly manicured mane. Each of Fantastic Sams’ confidence-renewal centers is staffed with follicle fanatics who will whisk worries away with precision and kindness.
It's incredibly difficult to cut hair underwater, so Ashlea Lograsso went the second most relaxing route: she set up shop less than a mile from rippling ocean waters. The site is Salon Shine, where Ashlea draws on more than a decade of experience to chisel out flattering layers and color with high-end organic hair products. Clients may also enjoy the experience with beer or wine while indulging a Shellac manicure or swift waxing session.
Located inside Pure Elements Salon, licensed massage therapist Cynthia Etienne works to relieve tension and bodily aches. When relaxing her clients, she customizes each massage to accommodate an infinite number of body types, like a maker of sweaters for snowflakes. And because she operates at Pure Elements Salon, she uses all organic and natural massage oils and creams.
An Aveda salon, As You Like It Salon Aveda places a priority on helping to relax and pamper their clients. Each guest who walks through the door can sip fresh-brewed Aveda tea, have the stress worked from their digits with a hand massage, or relax into a scalp massage.
At the age of 11, Peggy Newlan began sculpting her mother's hair into beehives and french twists. She practiced on friends and family members, her fingers becoming more and more adept as she styled manes and picked locks. Despite her innate talent for hairstyling, Newlan pursued a career in accounting and banking. Eventually, she returned to her true calling, joined ooh la la Salon, and purchased the company in 2003.
Newlan now leads a team of stylists, as well as a massage therapist and a skincare expert who is an educator at Florida Academy. The beauty specialists perform a variety of services, from cuts, highlights, and ionic hair straightening to nailcare and spa services such as facials, massages, waxes, and spray tans.