The stylists at Xquisite Color & Cuts infuse clients’ lock with vibrant new hues and face-flattering highlights. They also cut hair into new styles on the heads of men, women, and children, and transform manes with flowing extensions long enough to use as a scarf when the temperature drops.
At Eva Salon, skilled stylists draw on decades of industry experience that include work in fashion shows and training by the likes of Pravana, Toni&Guy, Paul Mitchell, and Wella. Wielding the full line of Davines products, the talented hair artists transform manes with precision dos, bright new hues, and extensions by Remy Hair, and also design special-occasion styles for weddings and other photo-appropriate occasions. Renowned for the in-depth consultations they provide each new client, the team keeps on top of the latest techniques with continuing-education courses, enabling their scissors to shear locks into modern pixie cuts as well as the time-tested classics like the Yul Brynner. Eva Salon's aestheticians take over where its stylists leave off, waxing away leg hair and mustaches or sculpting brows into elegant arches. Skincare experts pamper visages with organic facials and use microcurrent treatments to fight the passage of time by mitigating signs of aging, such as wrinkles or layers of dust.
Hoboken Women's Wellness founder Mollie Bollers decided to devote her massage-therapy skills to caring for pregnant women, new mothers, and infants after the birth of her own daughter in 2004. Each massage therapist on her team has completed a minimum of 750 hours training each, in modalities such as Swedish massage and shiatsu, as well as 70 additional hours of pregnancy and baby-centric continuing education. Inside the soft lavender walls of the wellness center, therapists work with women in all stages pre- and post-pregnancy, working to help relieve discomfort, muscle cramping, and bad dreams about accidentally swallowing a beach ball. Mollie also strives to give back by offering massage to women at clinics in low-income communities and to the nurses at the Hoboken University Medical Center's labor-and-delivery unit.
While contorting her muscles on a regular basis as a professional ballroom dancer, Amanda Moore earned an intuitive understanding of the body’s physical needs and limits. Specializing in medical massages, this licensed massage therapist now channels that knowledge into custom massage plans that swirl together techniques from nine modalities including Swedish, deep-tissue, and reflexology massage. Soothing aromatherapy blends from Young Living Essential Oils assist Amanda as she nurtures mind and body with long, flowing strokes and penetrating pressures. Her partnerships with other holistic-health professionals promote mutual exchanges that benefit her patrons, and she continues to learn new ways to reassemble jigsawed muscles and hasten recovery from stressful Twister showdowns.
You can't spell Zeni Salon & Spa without "Zen," which is appropriate because that's the level of relaxation the team of massage therapists and aestheticians want their clients to achieve. To do so, they guide guests into private treatment rooms where padded beds support tranquility via six types of massages, such as aromatherapy, Swedish, and couples sessions. These same cream-colored spaces host an array of customized facials, too??all of which include a skin analysis, hot towels and a foot massage.
TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy is an international hair icon brand, with 40 salons and 20 academy locations, where students train to become licensed stylists and learn cutting-edge hair fashion and techniques. At the hair salons, teaching stylists and experienced students offer cuts, color, and hair processing to men, women, and children, from relaxers to color glosses and highlights.