Aesthetician and licensed cosmetologist Laura boasts a 100% success rate with clients that follow her acne program after receiving a problem-skin facial. Treating acne is one of her specialties, and she gets such great results due to her 15 years' experience and stints at a variety of spas. Now her own boss at A Skin Care Affair, Laura offers a slate of services that include facials, peels, airbrush tanning, and waxing, using brands such as Epicuren, Advanced Rejuvenating Concepts Skincare, and Image Skincare to beautify clients.
A full line of Bumble and bumble. products works as Lisa’s sidekick in creating new hairdos for men, women, teens, and children. In addition, the stylist uses scissors to shear unwanted length and a kaleidoscope of dyes to color strands with all-over hues, highlights, or lowlights. She also offers texturizing services, uncurling locks with Japanese straighteners, smoothing frizzy manes with Brazilian Blowouts, and creating permanent waves that leave clients ready for a day at the beach or a date with a pool noodle.
East Grand Beauty Bar welcomes everybody?women, men, and kids?to the upscale environment of their Corona salon. There, talented stylists expertly beautify clients' locks with haircuts as well as coloring and smoothing treatments. Beard trims and other barber services pamper male clients, while kids can get glam with a junior haircut.
Before Lisa Tolossa took over the reins of her beauty center and renamed it Doo It Up Salon, she was an employee for the previous owner. In the five years before she purchased the business, she perfected her skills as a hairstylist by learning Redken and Schwarzkopf coloring methods, studying Framesi cutting techniques, and earning certifications from Brazilian Blowout, Cadiveu, Keratin Complex, and Joico.
Today, Tolossa captains a roster of stylists who primp clients at the salon’s nine hair stations, one nail station, and two private rooms. Amidst deep-purple accents, corrugated-metal walls, and Craftsman tool chests filled with beauty supplies, the multitalented staff - including nail technician and mani-pedi expert Lynne Ho - crafts new looks with an array of services for nails, hair, and skin. They also sell products by Eufora, Moroccanoil, Brazilian Blowout, and American Crew, which can be used to style coiffures or lubricate a squeaky robotic arm.
A Chemical Romance Salon's name is a reference to stylist Lauren Simpson's obsession with hair color. Whether it's highlights, all-over color, or a splash of a surprising shade, she loves to take ?dos in bold new directions. Of course, she also administers hair services ranging from expert cuts to voluminous extensions. Her Brazilian blowouts leave hair sleek and frizz-free, whereas updos gather locks into flattering arrangements for special events.