One look at Rituals’ menu of spa services tells clients there’s a nurturing or beautifying treatment for most any body part, covering the likes of hair design, mani-pedis, hair removal, and detoxifying footbaths. Facials—such as the Coconut Bliss facial—moisturize and repair skin, and imbue it with nutrients. Aestheticians also wield cosmetic LED lights that rewind the clock on aging by reducing the appearance of wrinkles and making skin think it now lives in a disco. The staff also includes licensed massage therapists who knead Swedish and deep-tissue massages.
With a combined 20 years in the salon industry as a stylist and a certified national color educator for John Paul Mitchell, Cara Lentz knows how to resurrect dulled strands with fresh, vivid hues. When she founded Bliss&Co Advanced Education Studio, she made sure to install an interactive color bar where stylists could mix and match tones to create clients’ exact desired hair color.
The salon’s beauticians, who are categorized in three tiers of experience levels, wield a full line of Paul Mitchell, Tea Tree, and Awapuhi Wild Ginger products to create flowing, multitonal styles, or to make strands stand straight up for the popular “hanging upside down” look. Once salon treatments conclude, stylists showcase the salon’s collection of retail products that clients can use to maintain their new hairdos at home.
Bliss&Co Salon and Day Spa's aestheticians offer a host of beautification services, including exfoliating peels, microdermabrasion, waxing, facials, and scrubs.
From within Salon 103, Michel Lanouette provides a variety of services for men, women, and children. He specializes in chic, modern styling and avant-garde haircuts and color services. He also conditions manes and eradicates frizz with formaldehyde-free GK hair treatments, which last for approximately five months. In addition, he smoothes skin with facial waxing and cleans up necks and beards to keep men looking sharp. ?
At the inviting Salon 103, stylist Jen Shoffner updates men's and women's hairstyles. Knowledgeable about current trends as well as traditional looks, she trims split ends into clean, chic cuts and imbues manes with rich color. Shoffner knows that hair needs to be healthy to look its best, so she nourishes locks with deep-conditioning treatments.
At Salon 103—which blends contemporary styles with Southern tradition—stylist Jessica removes split ends and applies deep conditioners to restore hair’s health. For clients seeking an extra shot of beauty, she adds dimension to hair with lowlights, highlights, and all-over color.
Stylist Leslie Hockett cuts and colors hair inside Keith & Company, an airy salon adorned with antique furniture and nature-inspired artwork. Partial walls between styling stations give each one a feeling of privacy, which lets Leslie and other beauticians give their full attention to every client.