Tuscany Village Salons' LaSheena Holmes specializes in weaving, color work, and box and microbraiding. She styles hair with an always-present passion for helping her clients feel confident. LaSheena sees clients by appointment only.
Owner and stylist Evonne Hall, also known as "the hair doctor," owes her uncanny ability to repair damaged tresses to her decade of professional experience working with multinational hair types. She specializes in extensions and is certified to perform keratin-based straightening treatments. She also helms a team of talented staffers, including sought-after stylist Jameka Phillips, who sculpts over-the-top looks for weddings, gala events, and photo shoots, and Rashanique Aaron, Verianese Richards, and Lillian Scott, who perform services that range from simple cuts to bonded weaves.
Signature Service: Shampoo and style
Brands Used: Nairobi
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Free street parking
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Pro Tip: There is a short wait time.
The sweet irony of becoming a stylist is that no matter how good you are, you can never give yourself a haircut. What do you look for in a stylist when you need a trim?
I look for how healthy their hair is.
What's the biggest mistake you see clients make when they style their hair at home?
Under- and over-processing.
If the apocalypse ever comes, what low-maintenance hairstyle would you recommend for the foraging person on-the-go?
Short, all-natural cut, all-natural curl set, or braids.
Elements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use five levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.