At In The Grove Hair Studio, master stylist and color specialist Annette Filippini uses only organic color products, whether framing faces with highlights or massaging conditioner into scalps. Logging over 20 years of experience in the industry, she combines those environmentally friendly products with their own artistic eye, creating modern styles for men, women, and unkempt Treasure Trolls.
Glavidia Alexis wears multiple hats, including fashion designer, hairstylist, and makeup artist. She listens to the needs of each client who sits in her styling chair, and gives them a new look that's customized to their individual style. She helps bolster visages with haircuts, perms, highlights, and extensions.
From inside Luigi’s of Boca, color artist Salvatore Pino updates coifs with classic cuts and dynamic hues. After imbuing strands with color, Pino likes to add a gloss overlay—a clear glaze that boosts shine and protects the color’s vibrancy.
All the clients who walk in the door leave with stylish dos that not only reflect their personality but complement their facial features, natural hair texture, and lifestyle. With their emphasis on customer service, stylists make sure to start appointments with a thorough consultation to determine each client’s desired look and daily maintenance routine. Then, the stylists get to work giving precision cuts, changing hues with hair dyes, and finishing styles with a selection of products.
The team can also perform more dramatic transformations with specialty services such as applying hair extensions, hair-smoothing treatments with thermal reconditioning, and vibrant highlights with a unique ombre technique.
Men can find a style sanctum inside Lanzetta's retro barbershop, which puts a modern twist on the classic shop with wide, leather-bound barber chairs and a nostalgic barber pole rotating in the window. Minimal styling makes for a more contemporary setting with the ambiance of a cigar bar—sleek leather chairs circle around a rustic wood coffee table where patrons can kick back and watch TV before severing stubble with a straight-razor shave or keeping locks trimmed with a traditional scissor haircut.