At her namesake Vinnie’s Barber Shop, stylist Vincene Lewis imbues customers’ hairstyles with stylish inspiration. Joined by an experienced team of scissor-wielders, Vincene whips the manes of men, women, and children into shape, creating unique looks that outwardly reflect guests' inner personalities. As discarded hairs fall gently to the floor, the shop’s two traditional red, white, and blue poles swell feelings of nostalgia and spur candy-cane makers to new creative heights.
Pampering gets a manly makeover at Sports Spa USA, where men can recharge after a tough workout with a sports massage or remove dirt and grit from digits with nail-grooming services. The men's spa also provides facials, hair removal and trimming, and haircuts in a no-frills environment where the focus is on effective treatments and high-quality products.
Amid the metal siding and slate-grey hues of its industrial-inspired space, Bombshells Salon beautifies clients with a panoply of professional services. The stylists specialize in color treatments, decorating strands with subtle highlights or adding bold hues, along with crafting flattering styles with custom cuts and flatiron-styling services. Men can even find a service to suit them, from professional barbering to chest waxing. Styling packages are also available, such as the women's pinup package with eyebrow waxing, or the men?s pompadour package, which includes a scalp massage.
The mug shots say it all. Barber Zaffa is 5'11" and Mike is 6’; both can sculpt a mean crew cut. And then there's owner Tony, who is 5'10", and doing hard time for looking good. Goodfellas House of Barbers invites patrons to "get clipped" with mafia haircut packages such as The Godfather, The Don, and The Wise Guy. Some additional offers you can't refuse: straight-razor shaves with hot lather and the barbershop's large inventory of retail cigars.
At the age of 11, Peggy Newlan began sculpting her mother's hair into beehives and french twists. She practiced on friends and family members, her fingers becoming more and more adept as she styled manes and picked locks. Despite her innate talent for hairstyling, Newlan pursued a career in accounting and banking. Eventually, she returned to her true calling, joined ooh la la Salon, and purchased the company in 2003.
Newlan now leads a team of stylists, as well as a massage therapist and a skincare expert who is an educator at Florida Academy. The beauty specialists perform a variety of services, from cuts, highlights, and ionic hair straightening to nailcare and spa services such as facials, massages, waxes, and spray tans.