At Masters Salon, skilled stylists, aestheticians, and therapists envelop guests in a cloak of indulgent salon treatments certified by Redken and Pureology. As artisans sculpt dos for men, women, children, and their identical Russian dolls, nail techs cosset hands and feet with heated whirlpool chairs and OPI polish, and aestheticians deploy their arsenal of Bioelements facials. To round out the service menu, massage therapists perform full-body and hot-stone massages to make stress melt like a floating candle in a lava pit. The salon accommodates clients of all schedules with an 8 p.m. closing time Monday through Friday and Saturday hours.
Salon Ubon’s colorful styling areas always seem to be abuzz, with their full lineup of aestheticians and stylists creating a convivial atmosphere as they cater to client’s beauty desires. The staff bears training in both classic and trendy services, knowing both how to create a classic bob haircut or add in extensions for a long, full do. A line of mani-pedi stations and private treatment rooms surround the salon’s styling chairs, offering a place for clients to relax as staff groom nails, remove unwanted hair, or freshen up faces with rejuvenating masks and creams.
The friendly and experienced staff at JaRoss Salon and Resort Spa updates antiquated skins with its rejuvenating microdermabrasion services for all skin types and tones. Reveal an unblemished reflection with a face, neck, and décolleté microdermabrasion treatment, administered by a certified skin smoother to remove petty, superficial layers of dry, damaged, or dead skin. The skin-shucking session increases collagen production, prompting the development of new skin cells and resulting in more youthful skin sans the rebellious streak and buzz-killing curfew.
Close to the heart of almost every hairstylist is a mentor. At Michiana Beauty College, that becomes true not only figuratively but also literally. An instructor hovers near every apprentice snipping locks, ready to offer guidance on how to best cut an A-line bob or sew an extension. Knowing that practice is key to developing talent, Michiana Beauty College?an accredited branch of Moored Beauty Schools, which has educated cosmetologists since 1959?has its teachers impart the secrets to transforming manes in a salon instead of a sterile classroom. There, they supervise and guide budding hair professionals as they lather locks with products from Wella and Matrix Biolage, carve face-flattering coifs, and tint hair with CHI color. Instructors also nurture aestheticians-in-training, who smooth skin with facials and waxing services, as well as student nail technicians, who brighten fingertips with OPI polish.
Most Popular Service: Color with haircut or foils with haircut
Brands Used: Pureology (sulfate free) and Redken
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Staff Size: 1 person
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
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.