S'Criage Spa & Salon revitalizes visages with services that include facials, microdermabrasion, waxing, hair services, and eyelash extensions. The anti-aging facial begins with a thorough exfoliation of the epidermis, the skin layer most likely to be stricken with fine lines and suction-cup arrow marks. Microcurrents then delve deeper into skin, delivering gentle electric stimulation to tighten up slack muscles. In an effort to keep skin soft and shiny, cellular nano therapy saturates faces with nourishing nutrients. Clients can then relax sore limbs as a muscle maestro melts tension in the scalp, shoulders, arms, and feet. To keep mouths from blurting out secret family recipes during treatment, clients can also snack on assorted sumptuous appetizers.
Robin Chadwick and the stylists at Chadwick Hair Company have the power to make hair shorter, or longer and fuller. Along with haircuts and micro-fusion hair extensions, stylists use their talents to add dimension with foil highlights, and straighten and smoothen wayward curls with Brazilian straightening treatments. They also draw attention to eyes with eyelash extensions.
The expert aestheticians at Renaissance Salon and Spa provide a wide range of services in the elegant 4,500-square-foot space. They use the state-of-the-art facility to perform luxurious treatments such as a 24-karat Magic “Gold” facial.
Linda Alfieri has been working in the hair-replacement industry for more than 30 years, but her destiny in the field was first forged even earlier. Her father, Charles Alfieri, was a renowned industry expert who developed a signature lace-front hairpiece. Now an expert in her own right, Linda has appeared on NBC 6 Miami and CBS 12 News to discuss her life-changing hair-replacement services and has worked with plastic surgeons, oncologists, and patients with alopecia and lupus.
Inside her salon, Linda and her team can custom design a kosher custom human-hair wig or recommend an appropriate salon treatment for thinning tresses. Alfieri has also created her own line of haircare products, including a silk-protein shampoo that helps rebalance the hair’s pH level and a holding spray that can help hair resist humidity and hold its favorite yoga pose for hours.
London, Paris, and New York. These are just some of the global beauty capitals where Salon Sima's hairstylists have trained––including owner and master colorist Sima Sara. To organize the breadth of talent on display at the salon, its hairstylists have been divvied into two categories: Platform 1 and Platform 2. Collectively, the team can perform nearly any hair miracle its clients can come up with, from hand painting sultry balayage highlights to smoothing strands with a nourishing Kérastase treatment.
Off the salon floor, nail technicians are also hard at work polishing clients’ looks and fingertips with CND Shellac, OPI, or Essie polishes. Regardless of what service brings clients to the salon, before they leave they can peruse the lobby’s black shelves, which hold bottles of beauty products from Pureology, Redken, and Kérastase.
Hairstylist Haggai Kapach’s 20-year career has taken him from the classrooms of Aveda to beauty institutes in South Africa and Israel, enabling him to translate trends to suit almost any lifestyle. Along the way, he picked up specialties in precision color, curly haircuts, and keratin treatments, and used his spare time to hone his skills in massage and reflexology. Today he shows off his worldly styling skills at Salon 26, alongside a styling team that works tirelessly to rejuvenate bodies with globe-spanning services that range from Brazilian waxes to French manicures, as well as laser skin-toning treatments inspired by the future.