Stepping into Nadwa Hair Spa is almost like stepping onto a movie set for a futuristic film: bright overhead lights shine across metallic accents and row upon row of high-tech hair-dryers and styling gadgets. Inside this innovative space, owner and master stylist Nadwa Yono puts forth her training from the renowned Trevor Sorbie of London to pamper and style both men and women. The stylist and her crew sling products from Pureology, Aquage, and Morrocan Oil as they snip and color locks or weave extensions, wigs, or second faces into hair. Aestheticians and massage therapists set up camp in secluded mint-hued rooms, where they wax away unwanted fuzz, tailor facials to treat acne, aging, or sun-damaged skin, and tenderize sore muscles with deep-tissue and hot-stone massages.
In a pastel-toned spa sanctuary, the certified cadre of aestheticians and nurses perform a symphony of cutting-edge beauty services, backed by more than 60 years of combined experience. State-of-the art treatments include medical microdermabrasion, which showers skinscapes with a mist of super-fine aluminum oxide crystals to alleviate acne scarring, soften fine lines, and free up foreheads so they can be rented as ad space. FDA-approved VelaShape sculpts smoother body contours using a combination of bipolar radio frequencies, infrared light, and mechanical massage, and dermal fillers such as Juvéderm and Restylane fill in fine lines from laughing and frowning or indentations from motorcycle helmets.
Salon Domani owner and a finalist for the 2011 Tiffany Hairdresser of the Year award, Anika Domanico started molding manes when she was just 17 years old. Today, she shares her wealth of expertise with a team of stylists by providing them with ongoing training in the latest beauty services and with fine products capable of subduing frizz for up to three hours in a giant fondue pot. The experts at Salon Domani also beautify bridal parties with hair-styling and makeup services, as well as packages that include complimentary champagne, orange juice, coffee, and compliments.
To Joe Grondin, a barbershop is more than a place to get a quality haircut—it’s a welcoming atmosphere where barbers and customers can share a few minutes of good conversation. In 1999, the master barber opened his first Roosters location with the goal of bringing back that classic ideal, pairing modern grooming techniques with an unhurried pace. The staffers at Roosters encourage their clients to see their grooming center as a place to relax, kicking back in the comfy barber chairs during seven-step hot shaves and trading golfing tips as stylists free shirt collars from overgrown ends.
Inside Chroma Salon and Color Bar, seasoned stylists infuse manes with strength and shine using top-shelf products by Redken, Aquage, and Mastey Paris. Built from masterful snips and a keen understanding of the client?s personal style, haircuts frame facial features with contemporary flair. Organic color treatments lavish tresses in vibrant reds, blonds, and chocolates, and keratin smoothing therapy leaves them straight and silky, like a highway lined with neckties. In addition to pampering manes, friendly staffers beautify nails with acrylic, gel, and Shellac manicures.
The team of stylists at Salon Tress updates hairdos with Kemon products along with Neuma and MoroccanOil. The stylists stay abreast of the latest trends and techniques, personalizing cuts to complement clients' facial features or camouflage their hidden cameras. In addition to hair services, the salon offers skincare treatments and body waxes. Salon Tress shares elbow room with Gold Peddler Boutique and Tatyana's Tailoring.