At Finesse Hair Salon, hairstylists strive to make a connection with their customers—involving them in a conversation about their taste and daily routine rather than dictating the course of the appointment. This emphasis on client input helps ensure haircare decisions are well considered by both customers and stylists, who then know they are matching the expectations of the person in the chair as they cut, color, or perm hair.
As an Aveda Concept Salon, Salon 301 equips its stylists with a range of professional products from Aveda and Rusk. The stylists put these products to good use, cutting hair and charming clusters of snakes as the sounds of lively chatter fill the salon’s open floor. Their services don’t stop at the scalp, though. The salon also houses a day spa in which clients can relax with a massage, facial, or mani-pedi.
Salon Rouge just celebrated our 13th Anniversary.
We specialize in beautiful color and cutting, but also offer amazing nail, makeup and waxing services.
All of our stylists are trained in house.
We've been featured on TLC's
"A Makeover Story",
an article in "Modern Salon",
the cover of "In Michiana" and several awards
Dedicated to pampering clients in a peaceful retreat, experienced aestheticians at Salon MoDa' & Spa customize services to beautify and soothe exteriors. After assessing hair type and astrological sign, tress clippers trim and tame locks into desired bobs, flips, and pixies before solidifying styles with a blow-dry. The face's new look finishes with an eyebrow wax that tidies and shapes brows into face-flattering arches or accusatory arrows. Those who wish to beautify as well as luxuriate can opt for the european facial, a one-hour deep-cleansing treatment tailored to the individual's skin type. Exfoliation sloughs off dead skin and opens pores before a mask penetrates deep into cheeks, rooting out unwanted dirt, oil, and old birthday cards. As brows brighten, their owners enjoy a relaxing massage in the blue-walled, chandelier-lit studio.
Teased Salon owner Brooke Hammer has saved people from what she refers to as "hair hell." She and her staff of stylists have witnessed sea-green color catastrophes; they've consoled mothers whose manes look butchered by their children; and they've rescued cuts after patrons visited a "chophouse with a new girl," says Brooke. For such cases, and for all her clients, Brooke employs the tips and techniques she learned during 11 years and through training with Aveda and Paul Mitchell. Each haircut or style?for men, women, kids, and brides?centers on communication; she consults with clients before snipping a single strand. And she gauges not just physical attributes such as face shape and hair texture, but also personality traits, such as edgy, conservative, or Aniston.
Brooke's path to a career in hairstyling wasn't always laid out before her, even though as a child??to her parents' dismay??she altered the hairstyles of several dolls and a few cousins. Yet she always had a creative streak, which a master stylist and instructor nourished in a prot?g? program. After nearly a decade in the business, she struck out on her own with Teased Salon, in the company of Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and other Hollywood icons who now star in the salon's chic, vintage decor.
Stöva Dreher has trained in two different continents over the course of his 30-year tenure in the hair-styling industry. Inside Silhouettes Salon, Dreher carefully considers each client’s personal style—as well as the amount of time they can devote to their hair each morning—before helping them decide which cut, color, style, products, or hair-soothing lullaby is best for their tresses.