A Cut Beyond International Salon & Spa's experienced staff dresses nails with lasting layers and reinvents tresses with healthy treatments and Paul Mitchell products. Once manicure-seekers settle into a sanitized station, the technician will swaddle digits with an Axxium gel manicure, a light-cured polish that normally lasts for two weeks or more (a $40 value). During the 45-minute service, nail coatings solidify under a heat lamp so no additional dry-time is required and hands can immediately resume operatic finger-puppet enactments. The spa manicure, a 45-minute treatment, covers digit-endings with preservative-free polish and centers around a hand-and-forearm massage that stimulates senses with tea-tree, lavender, and lemongrass essential oils and unlimited high-fives (a $25 value). Further paw maintenance cleans up cuticles, reshapes nails, and extracts peanut-brittle from beneath nail beds.
A massage clinic shouldn't be an assembly line. That's why Diana Gethers ensures a full 60 minutes of bodywork during each appointment, every time. In the comfort of her cozy Anointed Hands Massage Clinic, she can promote relaxation with flowing Swedish strokes and hot-stone therapy, or access lower-layer muscles and connective tissues with firm deep-tissue techniques. Clients may also request mud wraps to moisturize their complexions, which they can pair with slices of mud pie or exfoliating salt scrubs, ideal for removing dirt from pores.
Electric razors buzz and scissors snip in Burgo's Barbershop, where expert barbers turn shear-shy mops into respectable tops. In addition to tamping down male manes of all kinds, Burgo's treats faces to hot-towel shaves, and trims unkempt beards into dapper designs. The shop also welcomes little gentlemen to sit in its swivel stools for pint-sized haircuts or to sit in meditative silence until their first mustaches appear.
Rose Thompson wants to make the world a more beautiful place. With the help of her staff at Rose Grows Hair Salon, she accomplishes this goal from the top down. The hair mavens remake clients' coifs with coloring, braiding, and relaxing treatments, and further beautify locks by adding weaves and extensions. Rose pours her decades of experience in both styling and teaching into every service, overseeing the staff stylists of her South Shore salon as they trim and shape new hairstyles or apply flawless coats of makeup.
Lotus Salon’s color specialists and stylists view each head of hair as a lump of clay ready to be sculpted and modeled. And since no two heads are the same, each finished 'do is unique and client-centric. Apart from their training and experience, stylists focus on how the person beneath the hair interacts with it—their lifestyle, desires, aesthetic preferences—using its texture, personality, and in-grown instruction manual to guide them toward a look that suits the face and person it belongs to. Whether they’re cutting and styling locks, adding doses of Wella Professionals color products, or treating hair with Enjoy vegan and cruelty-free products, they’re able to create looks that are tasteful and entirely tailored.
Whether clients are looking to snip their strands or clip in new tresses, The Snippery Hair Studio has them covered. The salon is helmed by stylist and color specialist Gina, who utilizes her over 25 years of experience and extensive training with Redken, TIGI, and Paul Mitchell when performing razor cuts, corrective color, and Keratin Complex treatments. In addition to traditional salon services, The Snippery is known for their makeovers and for making hair look fuller with razor cuts. It also carries HairDo extensions and Raquel Welch wigs, which come with human or synthetic strands.