Selah Day Spa and Salon derives its name from a Hebrew word that translates to pause. It's an apt motto for the venue?"pauses" here can last up to 4.5 hours, or the length of the Pure Bliss package, which includes a massage, a European facial, a mani-pedi, and a session inside the infrared sauna.
Even though the package covers a wide array of treatments, it still leaves out many of the spa's offerings. Skincare services incorporate products from Pevonia and Bioelements to stave off signs of aging, and permanent makeup and eyelash extensions accentuate facial features. Additionally, waxing and spray tans prepare clients to hit the beach with confidence, even if they don't have pet shark to do their bidding.
Inside the salon portion, stylists trim and color hair or arrange it into wedding-ready updos. They also attempt to elongate and strengthen strands with laser hair therapy. Meanwhile, nail technicians, such as Han Nguyen, paint fingers and toes with vibrant butter London polishes, which are formaldehyde-free and a staple at Fashion Weeks around the world.
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In Gloss Salon, local art adds a touch of creative inspiration to the space?s chic, slate-gray walls. Amid the paintings, Tara Kienbaum draws from her 10 years of skincare experience to swiftly lift clients' unwanted fuzz with European wax, prepping them for swimsuit season and the summer of streakin'. Tara's fellow staffers, meanwhile, put their continuous education to use as they concoct on-trend cuts and imbue locks with even color or dimension-bending highlights. While they focus on salon and skincare services, the Gloss Salon also strives to improve the community by donating 10% of all product sales to local nonprofits and charities.
Kelly Morse’s first client was a Barbie doll. From a young age, she knew she’d be a hairstylist, but she didn’t leave anything up to fate. After becoming a certified cosmologist she pursued further training from Sexy Hair, Matrix, Pravana, and Paul Mitchell. Kelly is also a certified Redken Master Specialist, which she uses to the benefit of her clients at To Dye For. Using the latest Redken treatments and products, Kelly and her team of stylists offer haircuts, coloring, and keratin treatments. They also offer feather extensions and formal styling for weddings to proms to after-hour parties for rowdy prom chaperones.
The first thing you?ll notice about Alyson Smith may well be her grace with styling shears. This grace didn?t come to her overnight. Alyson has spent many days working alongside the experts at Chez Beaut? Salon & Spa, and her long hours behind the styling chair have paid off.
Today, making women look and feel beautiful is simply part of Alyson?s routine. Surrounded by wide mirrors and plush spa seats, she carefully evaluates her client before sculpting a simple, flattering pixie cut or an elaborate, fully functional birdhouse.
Seasoned stylist Melissa Rascon brings her training from prestigious institutions such as Vidal Sassoon and Aveda to her chair at Hair by Melissa Rascon. Aside from haircuts for women, men, and children, Melissa also beautifies strands with highlights, relaxers, and gloss. She also tames wild tresses with keratin treatments, which rely on a formaldehyde-free formula to keep hair smooth, shiny, and wholly unattractive to mad scientists for 8 to 12 weeks.
Within Chez Beauté, a modern salon with sleek surfaces and warm lighting, stylist Meghan Foote transforms hairstyles from root to tip. She trims away dead ends with precise snips and infuses strands with bold color from lines such as Redken, Goldwell, and Framesi. Clients can also shop for jewelry and accessories in the salon’s boutique.