Salon One21 & Colorbar specializes in hair coloring, taking pride in its one-of-a-kind color bar, which takes advantage of the building's legacy as an old-timey pharmacy, complete with soda counter. This salon-saloon set-up promotes greater interaction between the client and stylist during the hair-coloring process, ensuring that the client's desired results are achieved. Salon One21 & Colorbar exclusively uses L’Oréal Professionnel hair color to encourage healthy shine, healthy hair health, and monogamy. Color treatments include single-process color (starting at $50), partial highlights (starting at $75), and men's highlights or tips (starting at $40). The salon's menu of services also includes cuts (women starting at $40, men at $25, children at $15), perms (starting at $75), thermal straightening and Keratin smoothing treatments (starting at $200), waxing (starting at $10), and makeup application (starting at $25).
A certified Redken colorist with more than 15 years of hairstyling experience, Deri Bowers oversees a staff of talented hair artists as they shape and shade strands using quality products by Redken, Bed Head, and DermOrganic. Services range from simple bang trims to elegant updos appropriate for weddings or nights on the town. The salon also offers texturizing treatments such as Brazilian keratin straightening, which helps reduce frizz and leaves hair feeling silky, looking shiny, and fitting back into its skinny barrettes.
Jonathan Cash has been styling hair at Hair By Marshall & Company for eight years. In that time, he has honed his styling skills and taken on a specialty in color work. And he’s as ardent about customer service as he is adept at making locks as colorful as peacocks.
The team at Nails 111 believes in "good, clean fun," combining a health-conscious philosophy with a charming, shabby-chic ambiance. Antique-style tables and chairs, chandeliers, and lilac walls create an 18th-century-parlor vibe as nail techs wash and sanitize hands and set aside an individual spa kit for each guest. They wear latex gloves upon request and eschew spa chairs and whirlpool-type footbaths in favor of disposable pedicure tub liners. The crew decorates nails with Essie, OPI, or Shellac polish and also performs sleek blowouts and straightening treatments at the Blow and Go hair bar.
The salon was created by internationally trained beauty expert and Lima, Peru, native Marizza Contreras and Miami native Jonathan Nussbaum, who was inspired by a girlfriend's frustration the lack of nail salons open after 7 p.m. Nails 111 staffers refine digits until 9 p.m. Monday–Saturday, making late-night manicures possible for owls wishing to impress their prey.
Hallways lined with framed photos and potted plants guide guests toward Jennifer Knowles's studio where she expertly invigorates locks using her experience with balayage highlighting, color-blocking techniques, and L'Oréal professional styling. After a complimentary consultation, Jennifer designs hairdos that reflect clients’ desires and personalities, sculpting shapes that turn heads and enchant geometry teachers. Alternatively, color treatments add natural-looking depth and dimension to tresses that grow out without leaving noticeable roots. During appointments, clients relax, calmed by the salon’s blue and green walls, which conjure up refreshing thoughts of ocean waves, blue skies, and mint-flavored clouds that give soaring eagles remarkably fresh breath.
After earning her bachelor's degree in health sciences, Kneaded Relief owner Sarah Satterwhite felt another passion tugging at her life—her passion for massage therapy. So, she went back to school and earned her certification as a massage therapist before settling down and starting her family. Today, she has returned to the massage world with other skills in hand, including those necessary to render facials and body treatments. Sarah specializes in three modalities: relaxation and its firm but soothing touch, therapeutic and its fast-paced medium-pressure strokes, and deep tissue, which coaxes out feelings of stress caused by their boss, the brain—or as the nervous system calls it, the lead singer of the E Street Band.