Bella La Vita's talented tress designers sculpt multifaceted fringe with modern haircuts and vibrant TIGI coloring products. The salon’s hair-centric menu includes services ranging from upkeep cuts to retexturizing treatments to formal updos, ensuring patrons always maintain a carefully coiffed visage. The salon's colorists can also enhance shine and brighten locks by introducing hair to TIGI coloring and highlighting formulas, which employ amino acids to encourage growth and the development of proper study habits.
Joe Garrasi opens salons as often as some people change their hairstyles. He began his career as a stylist in 1979, and from there he honed his craft in New York and Florida before opening five salons and a spa of his own. Capelli Salon, one of his many ventures, helps clients realize their ideal hairstyles with cuts, highlights, and conditioning treatments. The salon's stylists tame frizz with keratin protein treatments and elongate tresses with Hotheads brand extensions—which use human hair to blend in seamlessly with natural coifs or add believability to faux mustaches.
Substituting fat for more healthful probiotics, Yobe refreshes taste buds with guilt-free spoonfuls of all-natural self-serve yogurt. Made with organic milk, real fruit, and no artificial sweeteners, each ounce of yogurt packs just 25 calories, letting diet-conscious taste-testers engorge stomachs while tightening belts. The shops' soft-serve machines dish out 31 classic and exotic flavors such as açaí berry, passion fruit, lychee, and vanilla ($0.49/oz). After piling bowls high with toppings, such as fresh banana, kiwi, pineapple, or m&ms, cookie dough, or peanut-butter cups, tone-deaf taste buds find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics.