As a curly-haired woman, Pure Hair Lab owner and stylist Suzanna Simpson knows the frustration that comes with trying to tame unruly tresses. But with nearly 20 years of experience, Suzanna has the hairstyling skills to transform all types of manes with Wella dye, precision cuts, and smoothing Keratin Complex by Coppola and Brazilian Blowout treatments. At her Southlake Town Square salon, Suzanna specializes in straightening naturally curly hair—using Sebastian and Moroccanoil products—and gently adhering hair extensions to immediately add length and make Rapunzel jealous.
Aesthetician and hairstylist Tiffany Serpe prides herself in pampering clients. She creates a soothing environment where clients can relax and drift away as she clips, colors, or styles coifs. Tiffany keeps up to date with the latest trends by attending color specialty courses and continually training with experienced industry experts. In addition to whipping up stylish dos, Tiffany also specializes in skincare and helps clients tighten and lift sagging skin with a mix of facials and other skincare services such as micro-current skin rejuvenation treatments.
Valerie Brown prides herself on being a multicultural stylist who can craft a flattering look regardless of hair texture, color, or astrological sign. Her passions include preserving healthy hair and customizing a look to fit each patron's personality and lifestyle. Clients can ask Valerie for voluminous layers or a bold color treatment using high-end L'Oreal and Aquage products.
Toshia Chayil Chanokhavi believes in the power of transcendence. As the owner of Hair Extension Room, she empowers women to go beyond the possibilities of their natural hair with custom extensions, wigs, and feather fittings. HER proprietary HER line, which features 100% human hair, extends tresses up to 14 inches for an elongated silhouette or an upcoming Tesla coil demonstration. Along with hair lengthening, Toshia’s studio also deftly executes traditional salon services, including haircuts, coloring, and straightening.
The follicle fanatics at Pro-Cuts treat every client they encounter to adept, speedy styling. Unruly tendrils metamorphose into well-tamed hair sculptures in styles, that range from old-school classics to contemporary interpretations of industrial smokestacks, and products from Paul Mitchell, American Crew, and Matrix Biolage assist the professional choppers in crafting and cementing each coif. From start to finish, the service takes about 20 minutes (depending on hair length), giving clients the remainder of the afternoon to weave cuttings into doll wigs.
Before modern-day salons, barbershops were a haven for masculine camaraderie with a side of hair services. When Joe Grondin, a master barber of more than 30 years, opened the first Roosters Men's Grooming Center, he worked to recapture that ambiance, but updated the styling techniques. Today, gents there revel in a slow-paced atmosphere and contemporary services. Patrons sit comfortably during cuts that culminate with aftershave and a dash of powder on the neck and vintage facial shaves, complete with a cleansing and towels warmed by hugs from bald eagles. The stylists and barbers only enlist professional products from brands such as American Crew and Aveda for Men, which are tailored to male hair and emanate fragrances like a bouquet from a Camaro.