When you walk into the haircolorxperts salon, you'll be whisked away to a hair-fantasyland. A highly trained hair stylist will help you figure out the best cut for your face and personal style. If you already know what you're looking for, the expert stylists can take your vision and transform it beyond your expectations, like a young origami prodigy turning your ATM receipt into a mind-blowing paper crane that really flies. haircolorxperts offers a full menu of services, with prices varying depending on your stylist's skill-level. Designer haircuts are $35 and include a shampoo, cut, and style. Perk up your tresses with partial highlights (starting at $70) or a single-process color (starting at $65). Both include a blowout. Declown your locks with a specialty deep conditioning treatment ($10–$35), or sculpt your hair with a shampoo and style ($30). (All prices are for designer-level stylists.)
Regis Salons' skilled network of hair stylists comes armed with an arsenal of styling weaponry and deft understanding of the latest color trends and cutting techniques. Manage mane health with a deep-conditioning treatment that infuses cuticles with currents of aqueous confidence. Once hydrated, tresses are trimmed and tousled with styling moxie. Those with more grandiose visions for their head-hedges may opt for full-tilt color application ($50–$75) or streaky sets of highlights ($80–$110). In addition to altering hair hues, Regis Salons coil locks to your liking with perm services ($60–80) or easily unwinds them with a relaxer ($60–80) and snifter of 1942 scotch. Prices vary by location.
Stylist Karen Lin Graves of Salon G Styling Studio honed her craft at the Pinnacle Institute of Cosmetology, and uses that knowledge to do more than create fetching haircuts and eye-catching color treatments⎯she also works to ensure that her clients can re-create their new styles at home. In addition to her skills with shears and color, Karen also gained certification from NovaLash and Simply Smooth keratin treatments.
At Rock Glamm Hair Studios, stylist Kyrsten Riles creates new looks for clients with a variety of haircare services. Partial highlights add dimension, and single-process color treatments can lighten or darken hair or cover those pesky grays that keep coming around no matter how many times you say "It's over."
Most of the time when kids go to get their hair cut, they're lucky if they're able to watch a movie they've seen a thousand times or play with the single toy the salon keeps on hand. But even that doesn't generally happen. And because most salons don't bother to entertain kids, haircuts can be a difficult thing for them to sit through.
Yet, when kids go to Snip-its Kids Hair Salon and Spa, they get an adventure. Staffers first hand kids a Snip-its Adventure Club card, and then invite them to sing along with the salon's own cast of animated characters. There's Curly Comb, the adventurous Flyer Joe Dryer, and the group's leader, Snips, an anthropomorphized pair of scissors with a shock of brown hair. This same crew stars in computer games and activities that kids can play at each salon station, which dazzle eyes with more bright colors than a car covered in Lisa Frank stickers.
While their clients explore imaginative worlds, stylists use a proprietary line of natural and allergen-free products to create buzz cuts and bobs. At the end of the process, kids visit the Magic Box. The enchanted device awards kids a prize in exchange for a swatch of hair. On special occasions, stylists can also photograph a baby's first haircut or transport girls to Tinseltown during a Hollywood Party.
In order to make every salon experience exciting for kids and relaxing for adults, Snip-its Kids Hair Salon and Spa's partners with Autism Speaks and trains stylists to work with kids with autism.
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