Bello Lei Salon & Day Spa, Inc.'s owner and experienced stylist, Trisha Sehnert, assembles a team of dedicated beauty professionals to pamper patrons with an array of hair, nail, and skincare services. The spacious salon greets guests with a comfy waiting area, exposed brick walls, and a gallery featuring a rotating collection of paintings and photographs from local artists. As stylists craft custom hairdos in the main room, spa clients retreat to a cozy, private room, where aestheticians brighten skin with vivifying facials and remove unwanted felt from Muppets' heads, torsos, and wire rods with a full scale of waxing treatments.
Pageant competitors, brides, and mohawk-craving kids may not seem to have a lot in common, yet they all get exactly the look they want inside Mane Attraction Salon. Here, stylists create more flattering coifs with cuts and keratin treatments, and change hair color more skillfully than a chameleon in the lizard witness protection program. Skin, too, gets a new hue with tanning services and light-as-air sweeps of a makeup brush, allowing for head-to-toe makeovers.
It’s no typical strip-mall salon. Salon Nouveau practically glows, its track lighting and twinkling chandeliers setting off the walls’ golden hues. Wooden tables, intricate area rugs, and a rustic, ornate beverage cart give the salon a rich, cozy feeling. The salon’s internationally trained stylists specialize in color correction and cutting.
As part of the team of stylists at Main Street Salon, Amerie beautifies her clients with a wide array of hair care services. She crafts cuts and styles for men, women, and kids, keeping a careful eye on each person's hair desires—whether it's a basic trim to keep hair healthy or a sleek style for a big event. Hair texturing, extensions, and restoration services are also available.
Within the 25-year established Front Street Studios, deft stylist, Paula Sato brandishes the potent Brazilian Blowout formula to iron out waves and tame frizzy manes for up to 3 months. The 90-minute streamlining process kicks off with a quick shampoo and "South Pacific" sing-along before strands slink into a protective coating of the protein-packed serum. Next, the stylist diligently blow-dries and flat-irons locks, before rinsing and glazing a second and third time to marry hair to its new smooth, shiny demeanor and lock-out imminent frizzies. After a final gust of blow-dried air, headscapes receive a stylish pruning to highlight their newfound sleekness. Though heads may remain in their calmer state for up three months, patrons should use suitable aftercare products and avoid Van de Graaf generators for optimal results.
Salon Moselle’s stylists and aestheticians are serious about their craft. Some among the group have been in the beauty industry for more than 35 years, and all of them make ongoing education a priority to stay on top of the latest trends and styling techniques. A glimpse at the company’s Facebook page, however, shows that those impressive skills come with a strong sense of humor. Their group portraits capture them joking around and jumping in the air with an enthusiasm that extends to their salon and spa treatments. When they aren’t posing for goofy photos or refilling empty hairspray canisters with silly string, the stylists and aesthetician complete conditioning treatments, facials, and massages.
Bed head is one thing. Stray locks contort into a disheveled array, creating the impression of a lifestyle that transcends an attention to looks or detail. But there's clearly more to life. Consider the wind-whipped mop of a freshly descended snowboarder or the sun-streaked locks of a seasoned surfer. Within Active Cuts, these sorts of action sports flicker across televisions as energetic stylists rail against the sedentary life while performing a full range of haircare services for men and women. The team deploys Redken, American Crew, and Sexy Hair products to produce any variety of adrenaline-charged coif, which might be inspired by a style savvy sportscaster or an extreme putt-putt golfer.