Window decals of traditional barbershop poles signal the entrance to Kisner’s Barber Salon, where licensed and certified hairstylists cut, color, and perm hair seven days a week. After sitting down for an initial consultation, men, women, and children can add new dimensions to their looks with a sleek cut and style. The salon’s services don’t stop at the scalp, however. Nourishing facials infuse skin with essential moisturizers and professional massages melt away stress with gentle strokes. Thankfully, none of that stress will come from being dissatisfied with one’s haircut; clients may return within two days for an alteration or a confidence-boosting compliment, both free of charge.
Massage therapist Ruth's clients refer to her as "Dr. Ruth"—a loving testament to her effect on their physical, psychological, and emotional well-being. Ruth carefully tailors massage work to the unique needs of each client, coupling Swedish and deep-tissue strokes with soft music and soothing oils. Clients can also request Ruth's specialty hot-stone massage to boost blood circulation and drain the lymph nodes.
When master stylist Christie Kramer decided to open a hair salon in 1998, her standards for the hair professionals she would to hire were high. Having trained in Europe and the US, she brought with her a wide perspective on hair care and selected her staff based on their specific talents. Today, the stylists at Christie & Co. are most known for their hair coloring skills, from multi-dimensional hues to rich reds and drastic color corrections. Clients can also opt for a full array of hair care services, including Japanese straightening, extensions, and Brazilian blowouts. On the spa side of things, an aesthetician creates soothing moments during facials, massages or nail care.
Whether clients visit Christina Josephs Salon for a haircut, a wig or extension fitting, a facial, or a massage, they benefit from a team trained in a sprawling array of services. Bodies get beach ready with waxing, airbrush tanning, and dolphin-language courses. Photographers are on-hand to snap headshots, boudoir photos, and glamour pics. Products at the salon bear labels boasting brands such as Bioelements, CND Shellac, and Redken.
Salon Allure’s licensed specialists call on expertise in hair, nail, skin, and massage services to bolster appearances and clear minds. Continually trained stylists rise steadily through the salon’s ranks as they hone their techniques, eventually gaining enough experience to provide training themselves and chop a tree in half with a single snip of the shears. Salon Allure's system correlates these levels of expertise with the stylists' prices, ensuring that clients of any budget can turn to Salon Allure for individual image polishing. Hairdressers wield Redken serums as they craft custom haircuts and banish frizz with keratin treatments. Nail services drape digits in traditional or durable shellac polishes, and five facial treatments use custom concoctions to oust blemishes, ease dryness, or boost sagging countenances more effectively than a face-lift performed during a tandem skydive. Alternatively, in-house massage therapists can transition smoothly between myofascial techniques, Swedish strokes, and the focused pressure of deep-tissue massages during custom kneading sessions.
Positive Therapeutic Touch views massage as a means to bolster mobility, relieve pain, and improve mood through the release of endorphins. In other words, they believe that bodywork is beneficial to both the mind and the body. From headaches and anxiety to back injuries and flexibility issues, the list of benefits testifies to this, and the therapists combat these ailments with customized Swedish, trigger-point, and hot-stone massages. Regardless of which massage clients choose, they’ll find themselves sprawled out on a table in a private massage room. An eye mask and heated back pad will keep them cozy while aromatherapy oils tickle their sense of smell and remind them of relaxing times spent lying on a beach or cuddled up inside of a scented candle.