A rustic wood-paneled ceiling, taupe walls, and exposed brick swaddle The Shear Shop in an earthy ambiance. Inside, stylists happily rework manes with scissors, hair dye, and extensions long enough to braid and belt around your waist. Facial experts and nail technicians continue with the pampering, and bowls of warm wax top off visages during brow waxes.
Face-saving aestheticians warmly welcome visages with a skin assessment inside Roni's Hair Forum's classically inspired interior, rife with scalloped columns and elegant vases. They can then customize each facial by epidermal type and age. But skincare is just one hair in the salon's ample coif. Skilled stylists can deploy an army of microscopic architects to shape and color hair to individual demands. LED teeth-whitening services restore teeth to their once radiant brightness. Guests can also seek a mani-pedi, completing their pampering from head to toe.
At Shear Possibilities, Leslie and her team of stylists cater to young families with affordable, à la carte services for men, women, and children. They even host princess birthday parties, which include an updo style with gems or flowers for each child, princess-themed games and activities, and take-home goodie bags. The salon, which opened in April 2012, gives back to the community through discounts for military and police personnel as well as fundraising events that donate 20%–50% of proceeds to local schools, benefits, and nonprofit charities.
Carman Musselman Nails at Noelle & Co's nail technician, Carman, believes each nail on each digit represents a blank canvas worth adorning. Through meticulous brush strokes, art accessories, and pampering manicure and pedicure services, she decorates nails in a kaleidoscope of colors and designs sealed by shellac and gel polishes. Carman also give hands a noticeably distinguished finish with full sets of acrylic tips and sculpted nails, rather than traditional, business-casual finger puppets.
Jeffrey Keefe isn?t your typical stylist. Not only has he penned a book on hair shaping, but he is also a board-certified colorist who has studied fractal geometry to develop his own color theory. By melding knowledge of light frequency with an eye for precise cuts, Jeffrey can transform hair from root to not-root. He shares his expertise inside of his trendy salon, where he refashions clients? looks using his extensive experience and unique creative vision.
Open six days a week, Bessay outfits its north Akron customers with trendy hairstyles and treatments. Change the length of your locks with a stylish women's haircut ($36), or attempt to shampoo and blow-dry it into a cube shape ($23). Balayage hair color changes brunettes into redheads and greenheads into brunettes ($50 for quarter of a head), and a power-dose treatment acts like Botox for your hair ($20). Each treatment is administered by knowledgeable staff members who can provide advice on flattering styles and colors.