Though their combined expertise spans more than a half century, all of the stylists at Studio 410 still consider themselves students of their craft. They constantly educate themselves on the latest style trends, cutting techniques, and beauty products. Their resumes speak for themselves, unlike publicist-dependent medieval kings. Studio 410, a Brazilian Blowout–certified salon, boasts stylists trained in many hair-straightening techniques, as well as colorists versed in products from Redken and Schwarkopf.
Boasting an atmosphere of wavy mirrors and cozy pedicure chairs, Nail Stop’s full-service shop keeps finger and toe armor looking healthy and clicking desks with style. The manicure (a $15 value) starts by treating your palm extensions to an oily, lotiony massage and coating them with a polish. A luxury pedicure (a $33 value) treats the tips of your walkers to a relaxing rejuvenation by escorting unruly cuticles and calluses from the premises. Nail Stop's technicians will also scrub your legs and leg bottoms with soothing sand and oil, exfoliate them with a marine mask, and wrap them with a warm towel before polishing each foot finger to match your hand-toes.
The professional polishers at Tip N Toe Nails pamper brittle nails and rough skin with scented hot oil. During the mango manicure, technicians massage weary digits with the salon's heated potions, calming angry cuticles and restoring moisture to skin dried out by long winters or desert-island shipwrecks.
At Shelly's Nails at Lima Valley Salon, a nail technician beautifies and protects digits with extensive manicure and pedicure services. Classic mani-pedis polish and clean up nails and cuticles, whereas Shellac treatments shield fingertips with a shiny coat of rich, lustrous color.
The nail technicians at Fancy Fingers bedeck digits with a kaleidoscope of shiny nail-polish hues and tiny top hats. They also soften paws with paraffin wax and add an extra layer of protection to keratin sheets with the application of artificial nails.