The professional hair stylists at Options Hair Team cut and style each client's hair with an attentive eye toward particular needs and hair desires. Sandy, a shear-handed snippist, consults with the customer to determine specific hair needs, answer questions, and swap crock pot recipes prior to the wash, cut, and blow dry. With a basic blow dry, clients leave looking fresh as the day they were hatched; any additional styling, such as flat iron or curl, is not included with this deal. Alternatively, attack unwanted face fuzz with a facial wax. Shape brows into shapes ranging from subtle arches to glowing golden arches, diminish uninvited upper-lip follicles, or do both.
Located within the Art District of Green Bay, The Main Salon's rustic brick walls and exposed ductwork echo the staff's commitment to a sense of urban refinement. The multitalented team of stylists helps clients recreate familiar styles or invent flattering new dos by trimming wayward strands and adding depth and dimension with coloring and conditioning treatments. Additionally, a nail technician keeps fingers and toes tidy, either by shaping and polishing the existing nails or applying Shellac. The team also offers makeup applications for special events such as weddings or professional staring contests, utilizing Arbonne Organic skin care and makeup products as well as Eufora Intl pharmaceutical grade Aloe Vera gel hair products. The Main Salon has also made recent upgrades, including three new manicure tables and three pedicure chairs, which let friends relax side-by-side.
Aesthetician Stephanie Kass-Theeke beautifies skin with custom and vitamin-infused facials and microdermabrasions. Elements Salon & Spa also offers a wide array of beautifying and pampering services aside from skincare. From therapeutic massages and spa pedicures to makeup applications, the team of beauty specialists can cater to pretty much any beauty or well-being needs. Salon services, including cuts, color, and keratin treatments, are also available.
If clients peek into the drawers of one of the stylist stations at Chrysalis Salon & Spa, they'll find a variety of tools—scissors for snipping new looks, foils for tinting locks with highlights, and spray for teasing hair into updos. Over at the nail stations, they'll find a sweeping rainbow of shellac, acrylic, and gel polishes. And in the spa area, there are oils and skincare products for facials, waxes, and body treatments.
After graduating from the Wisconsin College of Cosmetology, Sue Hudson spent over 25 years molding tresses with haircuts, perms, and highlights. Today, she wields her shears inside a red-brick building emblazoned with its name—Ce'Bon Salon—in white cursive letters. When she isn't sculpting 'dos, Sue conditions careworn locks, shapes delicate eyebrows, and blazes trails through thick uncharted beards.