Mane Tamers' hair aficionados have treated stressed tresses with a combination of aesthetic and pampering services for more than a quarter-century. During a thorough headscaping, male and female follicles undergo a scalp-massaging shampoo, which soothes strands while convincing them to confide world-domination schemes and aesthetic ambitions. Then stylists cut cranial carpet to specifications ($35 women/$25 men) before gifting scalps a deep-conditioning treatment ($25) to help imbue locks with a healthy sheen. For women, the one-hour salon stay concludes with an eyebrow shaping ($13), where facial terraformers sculpt eye adornments in accentuating arches, dashes, or lightning bolts. Meanwhile, a grooming package shears ($13) male facial manes to appropriate lengths. Mane Tamers makes up the haircut cost difference with a $10 gift card for the next manly follicle feng shui session.
At Beauty Escape Salon & Spa, stylists with decades of collective experience offer trendy and fresh haircuts and styling treatments. Some specialties here include dimensional and corrective coloring and work with textured or curly hair. Amid floor-to-ceiling Roman pillars and arched entryways, these stylists fashion haircuts and offer coloring and relaxer treatments. Nail technicians, alternatively, dote upon fingers and toes while clients kick back on plush stuffed pedicure chairs and let their feet soak. And massage therapists stand by as well, waiting to relax guests with Swedish, deep-tissue, and aromatherapy massages or by whispering dessert recipes into clients' ears.
Stylist Shannon Allar understands the importance of appearances—especially for attending special occasions. That’s why she travels to events such as weddings and photo shoots to personally coif hair into formal updos and intricate braids or simply sheer away extraneous length. In her studio, she dips into an even deeper well of services, adding vibrancy to hair with highlights and color or smoothing strands with Keratin Complex treatments.
During her time spent training and working as a hairstylist, Lindsey Fletcher picked up a few tricks. She knows which haircare product will best tame wayward curls, and which type of bangs will flatter a high forehead. Lindsey knows how to highlight hair so it appears both natural and eye-catching, and how to juggle five hair dryers at once. To hone her craft, Lindsey regularly studies up on the latest trends and techniques.
Scott Sachnoff's passion for hair color began 20 years ago in Santa Barbara, California, where he began his career by assisting a head colorist for Schwarzkopf. It took a move to New York City to fully catapult him into the high-fashion world of hairstyling, however, and a stint spent training with Redken soon found him ascending to assume the title of Master Hair Colorist. While his time in the Big Apple earned him a loyal customer base, Scott soon caught the traveling bug again, relocating this time to Texas to establish his own salon and a reputation among the state's politicians, professionals, and celebrity line dancers. Today, he credits Austin's vibrant streets and nightlife with inspiring his signature cut and color treatments, which he creates using low-ammonia formulas by Italian color line Framesi.
Brenda Castillo taps her 11 years of hairstyling experience to realize clients’ aesthetic aspirations with deft haircut, styling, and coloring services for men and women. The skilled stylist shears down overgrown hairstyles with steady scissors and keenly honed aesthetic instincts, snipping strands before whipping them into keratin-based confections that frame faces and discretely disguise skull tattoos of precious treasure maps. During partial-highlighting services, Brenda reanimates hair one lock at a time, and full coloring treatments yield vivid tones all over. During eyelash-extension services, Brenda studies clients' lash lines before replicating their fluttery prowess with synthetic extensions culled from an assortment of sizes and textures for a fringe to rival even the most outrageous 1970s suede jacket.