CLCW Hair Growing Center’s team of hair experts takes a scientific approach to hair loss. Their six-step hair-exam process’s first goal is to determine the condition of the scalp and severity of hair loss, then to correct underlying problems to promote hair regrowth and maintenance of a healthy scalp. This process is carried out with an array of techniques and equipment that includes basic and complex procedures ranging from shampoo and massage to LED therapy and phototrichogram analysis.
Under the direction of cosmetic surgeon Thomas Heggen, MD, the veteran staff at Northshore Medical Center specializes in plastic surgery, med-spa treatments, and family medicine infused with holistic healing techniques. Medical experts stage extreme makeovers and help bodies fit back into their high-school footie pajamas with liposuction or face-lifts and use noninvasive laser treatments with FDA-approved tools to expel unwanted body hair and tighten skin. Physician-grade skincare products rejuvenate countenances and European ultrasound-cavitation technology slenderizes bodies. Northshore Medical Center's technicians also draw upon chiropractic services, Eastern-inspired acupuncture, and herbal medicine to bolster the traditional Western healing technique of wrapping patients in the U.S. flag and singing the national anthem until they feel better.
Recognizing that hair loss occurs for myriad reasons, Hair Trauma Center's specialists tailor their hair restoration treatments to suit each individual case they encounter. They fill in thinning scalps with laser therapy, thickening formulas, and custom hairpieces, prefacing each treatment with a thorough consultation and the advice of affiliated medical professionals. For existing strands, stylists also color, cut, and style hair, or relax unruly locks by tickling them under the chin.
Decisions about health care should not be made in haste. Consultation required as all candidates may not be eligible. Eligibility will be determined on an individual basis applying the accepted and prevailing standards of practice. Non-candidates will be refunded.
Lillian Howard, the proprietress of Lillian Dion Salon, draws upon her training from the Vidal Sassoon Academy in London as she leads the shop's team of creative stylists. Within the ultra-chic salon decked out in modern artwork, hair artists cut and color hair of all textures and create glamorous updos for attending special occasions or beguiling onlookers as you sleep. They also add volume and length to sparse manes with an array of specialty extensions and laser hair-restoration treatments. Their selection of Italian haircare products from Davines nourish scalps and cleanse tresses.
What is your salon's most popular service or treatment?
Most people come to take advantage of our skill in keeping the hair healthy, strong, growing, and beautiful.
Do you or your staff have any special certifications or training? What makes you and your team experts?
Everyone is a certified hair stylist. [We are] experts at creating innovative looks and meeting the customer's standards in beauty.
What makes your business stand out from the competition?
Not only do we focus on doing hair, but we [also] focus on doing make-up, facials, eye brows, and more to meet the customer's needs.
What keeps customers coming back?
Our customer experience, advanced hair knowledge, our innovative skills, and our location.
What's the vibe of your salon like?
We are [a] fun and outgoing team. No hassle, but a lot of relaxing and great personalities.
Why is Black History Month important to you?
It celebrates our achievements and honors our ancestors. It gives us an opportunity to reference our long struggle to achieve peace, overcome oppression, and become a stronger community.
What does being a black business owner mean to you?
It means that as a people we have come a long way in America. And there are a lot of hurdles to jump, [but] having jumped this one makes me glad.
The styles that emerge from Blu Moon Salon are the result of two things: a talented staff and carefully selected products. To achieve the desired looks, stylists pull from brands such as men's line American Crew, Moroccan Oil, and Bangstyle, an artisan line of shampoos, conditioners, and other haircare products. The staff snips and colors hair in an open salon space distinguished by hardwood floors and walls covered in art.
Brad Olsen Tan has been bronzing bodies since 1965 and houses an army of tanning beds, available in six levels, as well as airbrush and Mystic Tan technology. The to-be tanned can choose to stand or lay in bronzing booths, letting UV lamps shine down on epidermises to infuse a glow as shiny and coppery as a collection of freshly polished pennies. Bronze-seekers can also opt to achieve sun-smooched skin in minutes with a Mystic Tan, which covers skin with a coppery coating of aloe-vera bronzers. This tan-ifying mist may take a few hours to become visible on skin, but the process is complete in less than one minute, or about the time it takes to say "Mystic Tan" backward.