As owner of Ruby Blu Salon, Michael Barone brings 13 years of experience to its styling operations, overseeing staff members who sculpt tresses amid exposed ceilings, track lighting, and portraits of models with stylish 'dos. The son of a professional hairstylist, Michael followed in his father's footsteps—a difficult task, as they were filled in with hair clippings. In addition to traditional haircut and color services, his team smooths frizzy tendrils with keratin smoothing treatments and nourishes coiffures with products by Moroccanoil and Kemon Nayo Organic Color.
The stylists at R Place Salon skillfully trim tresses and artfully highlight locks to capture the sun-streaked look of summer or the moonlit look of a long Alaskan winter. Keratin treatments tame frizzy, unmanageable hair, while perms add bounce and body to straight strands. Massage therapists on staff knead tension out of muscles as nail techs primp and polish nails with mani-pedis.
Lisa Rowe Glickoff's more than 20-year career is just as diverse as the pictures of fantasy, special effects, and beauty makeup in her portfolio. When she is not busy prepping faces for fashion, film, and high-profile events— such as dolling up celebs for the 2006 Academy Awards— the makeup-industry veteran spends time on the product side of the industry. In addition to serving as a beauty rep for brands such as Paula Dorf Cosmetics, she also has created Astute, her own line of makeup. But even with all of these accomplishments, the one that’s closest to her heart remains the founding of Astute Artistry, her makeup-training boutique and beauty studio. From within the 8,000 square foot space—decorated with modern Paris-themed decor—she teaches aspiring make-up artists how to create Hollywood-approved special effects and beauty makeup during hands-on classes that range from beginner level to advanced professional.
When not teaching others the tricks of the beauty trade, Lisa puts her aesthetician license and chic boutique to use by shaping brows with threading, enhancing eyes with lash extensions, and rejuvenating mature, teen, and dehydrated skin during facials. Lisa and her team also provide traditional makeup applications for brides and those attending special events.
Lisa is also committed to helping those in need, which is why she founded Astute Artistry II, a nonprofit makeup studio catering to women affected by skin and hair conditions, which was featured in Hour Detroit magazine.
Number Six Salon's team of experienced stylists, nail techs, and waxing wizards offers a variety of services to beautify you from skull to sock. Rethink your incidence of refracted light with a coloring ($60) or a one-color partial highlight ($55+), or reshape your scalp extensions with a stylish new cut ($35–$75 for women, $25–$55 for men) or blow-dry style ($20+). Mitten-fillers will feel the love after a classic manicure ($18), which includes a hot herbal soak, nail shaping, and hand massage. And the seasource detox pedicure ($55) slathers on a sea mud mask and incorporates a full leg and foot massage for primo relaxation. Smooth out skin spotted with unwanted follicles that can't get the hint by means of an eyebrow ($18), lip ($10), or chin ($10) waxing.
One of the area's hottest salons.
Tuesday | 9am - 9pm Wednesday | 9am - 8 pm Thursday | 9am - 9pm Friday | 9am - 6pm Saturday | 9am - 4pm Closed Sunday and Monday Earlier and later appointments available upon request.
19227 Newburgh Road Livonia Michigan 48152
Snip-its prunes the locks of jittery tykes in a fun, festive environment that keeps young minds engaged while easing parental stress. A kid-friendly staff maintains manes while paying close attention to safety by providing chairs especially designed for miniature adults. During the cut, melted crayons and frightened action figures are snipped away from tousled noodle nests, leaving locks as fresh as the day they were born. After the follicular wreckage is brushed off, children can play with a bounty of animated gadgets and games while trying to regrow hair long enough to prolong their stay.
At Salon Posh, friendly stylists shape and shade tresses with custom color services and safe products that promote the well-being of the environment in addition to their clients. In a basic haircut, expert staff members trim and tame the head-mops of men, women, kids, and sheep weary of unflattering shearings to maneuver wild strands into elegant formations. Salon Posh aesthetes prove their mastery of adding hues to 'dos at the color bar where customers watch their specialist engineer highlights tailored to styling plans with organic, ammonia-free Kemon coloring solutions. Highlighters apply shades with a special foiling method that pigments strands closer to the root to outlast competitors in hair-growing marathons. Meanwhile, the Moroccan-oil deep-conditioner treatment penetrates to follicular roots to help restore hydration and seal in a perpetual shine.