Salon 2020 is home of the $20 hairstyle and the $50 extensions. We believe that hair should be maintained professionally and consistently, that is why we offer packages to accommodate our clients. At Salon 2020, you will receive a great style at 1/2 the price.
Certain hairstyles look good on certain facial shapes. When a client asks for a haircut you know will be a mismatch for them, how do you handle it?
I suggest a different style that is suitable.
Fashionable hairstyles are constantly changing. How do you keep up-to-date on popular trends?
I go to hair shows, take classes, and watch YouTube.
What's the biggest mistake you see clients make when they style their hair at home?
They use too much heat.
Within Dominick's Hairstylists', clients can transform their look with the help of skilled stylists who customize haircuts to frame faces, technicians who shape and polish nails, and whip-quick aestheticians who perform nearly painless waxing. It's here where Joanne, Dominick's onsite aesthetician, brings more than 20 years of waxing experience to her diverse client base. A specialist in brow-shaping and Brazilian bikini waxing, Joanne approached each appointment with her attention to detail. While she banishes brazen hairs for guests, stylists? buzz around the space, demonstrating skilled repertoires that include full-color, highlights, or coonskin-cap-bouffant hairstyles transform 'dos. Clients may complement their day of beauty with a nail service, which come with a light massage. To accessorize their look, they may also choose from a selection from the salon?s range of chunky and elegant jewelry made from agate, turquoise, and red coral.
For more than 20 years, Hair It Iz's Deja "Dee Dee" Walker has been weaving, wrapping, and generally beautifying 'dos. Along with the boatloads of training already under her belt, she keeps up with the latest trends and techniques, specializing in short, eye-catching styles accented by spikes, tight curls, and flips. Beyond her signature specialty, her services include cuts, color treatments, and weaves.
After more than 10 years as a stylist, Jamal Edmonds understands the importance of listening. As a young salon apprentice, he listened to his instructors and was rewarded for his efforts with a scholarship to the prestigious Bennett Career Institute. Even after countless fashion shows and magazine spreads, he hasn’t forgotten this crucial skill. It’s why Salon Lamaj, his beauty shop in Capitol Heights, continues to thrive.
Jamal is no stranger to the salon floor, and he regularly works alongside his team of highly trained stylists, all of whom have had a say in developing a menu of customizable beauty services. Their skill is evident in the way they sew and braid extensions or finish looks with a round-brush blowout—but never without listening to their clients first. The salon’s services don’t stop at the scalp. Facials gently wipe away acne, Shavasana extensions add volume to lashes, and makeup applications ensure that you’ll get the fingerprints of any relative who unlawfully tries to pinch your cheeks.
The staff at That Look Hair Gallery cuts, colors, and styles hair for men, women, and children, in addition to offering nail services and massage treatments. Behind their stations, stylists modify hair with golden highlights and skillful weaves or alter follicle texture with relaxers and perms. Nail technicians coddle hands and feet with regular or chip-resistant Shellac-polish manicures and pedicures. Elsewhere, massage therapists work to ease muscle tension in necks and backs caused by wearing steel-rimmed bowler hats, employing the relaxing kneads and soft pummels of Swedish massage.