Cherie Burnham, stylist and owner of Hair Topix Salon, helps her clients look their best with a full menu of cut, color, and chemical services. She nourishes parched locks with deep-conditioning treatments and gives hair the energy to lift weights with protein treatments. Her goal is to restore damaged hair to an optimal state of health and to create flattering styles ranging from classic to trendy.
Since she started cutting hair in 2007, Snoop has carved out a niche for herself as a hairstylist for men, women, and children. Her own business—InFamous Cutz by Snoop DaBarber—ensures that members of the community can keep their fades in order as well as their eyebrows properly arched, dreads twisted tight, and cheeks cleanly shaved. Snoop also takes pride in offering free and discounted haircuts to kids heading back to school or off to terraforming camp.
While relaxing in a cozy chair, clients can request face-flattering haircuts, waxing sessions to nix unflattering fuzz, or decorate toe and finger shields with high-end gel and shellac nail polishes. Blondies also offers soothing Swedish and relaxation massages to improve circulation, and deep-tissue bodywork to warm muscles after a game of freeze tag is taken too literally.
Chenoa Matthews treats her workstation at Salon Settore like a home-away-from-home. There, she invites guests to relax in a classic black salon chair and engage in small talk while she snips away at split ends. She molds manes into classic and modern looks for both men and women, and adds pops of color with highlight services as opposed to paintball splatter.
If it weren’t for mani-pedis, there’d be practically no reason to wear sandals or fingerless gloves. The techs at Cover Nails have been preparing fingers and toes for public exposure for 10 years using current artisan techniques and services. These staffers expertly coat nails in long-lasting OPI gel polishes and Solar pink and white French tips, which are capable of withstanding the yellowing effects of tanning, smoking, or sleeping on mattresses made of banana peels.
Aesthetician Brittney Whitehurst combats a slew of skin imperfections with facials and body treatments. From her station inside of Odyssey Hair and Nail Salon, she performs custom facials with solar blocks, detoxifying body wraps and scrubs, waxing services, and microdermabrasion treatments. Britney also offers cosmetic upgrades, such as eyelash and eyebrow tinting, eyelash extensions, and makeup applications.