A dynamic team of 15 stylists, two aestheticians, and two massage therapists powers a diverse slate of services at Trilogy Salon and Spa. Besides basic cuts and color, stylists dole out treatments for a wide range of hair textures, from smoothing treatments for frizz to relaxers for tighter curls. In private treatment rooms, other staff provide mani-pedis, facials, and reflexology, as well as ear candling and seaweed body wraps.
A Greenville hairstylist for more than six years, Morgan Blackwell Williams of Hair Creations by Morgan prides herself on creating enduring associations with each of her clients. Morgan ensures her clippers are up-to-date by participating in yearly continuing-education classes, augmenting her list of classic services?such as cuts, highlights, and color treatments?with the latest in tress trends, including feather extensions and Pop Rocks hairnets. Aided by her licensed assistant, Ashleigh Blackwell, the skilled stylist metamorphoses straight locks with permanent and semipermanent texture waves and unwinds corkscrews with formaldehyde-free keratin treatments. In addition to grownup coiffures, Morgan tends to kids' ?dos and infant's first cuts, giving tots the chance to weigh in on part placement and how sporting a mohawk puts them at a great disadvantage during games of duck, duck, goose.
Not only does Helena Collins bring a decade of aesthetic skills to her post as spa owner and therapist, but she also draws on her personal experience juggling motherhood and entrepreneurship. Balancing multiple responsibilities, agenda books, and spinning plates stacked with agenda books has given Collins a firsthand sense of how to meet the beauty needs that accompany hectic lifestyles. She blends this perspective with a holistic approach to help clients feel their best even when they're at their busiest.
Peels, microdermabrasion, and ultrasound therapy transform faces inside Sois Belle Spa. Collins also specializes in oncology aesthetics, and as a member of the International Oncology Aestheticians Association, the already busy beauty pro volunteers at Charlotte's Presbyterian Hospital.
Under the leadership of owner and expert stylist Tina Ivy, the supporting stylists at Capello Salon freshen up clients? hairdos or perform full-fledged makeovers with a range of services. With an arsenal of haircare products made exclusively by L'Oreal, stylists shape hair with trims, enliven locks with highlights, and perm clients? hair into a wavy texture. In addition to styling hair, the team removes it from brows and lips with waxing treatments. Capello Salon also treats customers with hair that is at least 10 inches long to free cuts if they donate to Locks of Love.
An elaborately dressed, early-19th-century woman welcomes "ladies and gents" from her perch on O'Haira Salon's ornamental entrance sign, which hints at the facility's charming sophistication and playful tribute. Upon entering, patrons are greeted by thematic odes to Gone With the Wind that infuse the salon with romantic flourishes and inspire d?j? vu of past lives as movie buffs. However, modern beauty takes the spotlight once clients are led to private treatment rooms, where a talented staff of stylists and aestheticians fashion coifs and nails that could elicit acts of daring chivalry in past, present, or future eras.