Beauty Boutique's clinical aestheticians, armed with products from brands such as ZO Skin Health and SkinCeuticals, unearth naturally radiant rinds with a host of skin services for men and women. An initial analysis zeroes in on epidermal afflictions to rejuvenate visages with a tailored treatment plan and mask. Soothing finger flourishes rain down on necks and shoulders during the 60-minute Beauty Boutique signature facial, which slakes thirsty pores and adjacent cacti while a hydrating treatment washes away deep-rooted pollutants. During the gentlemen's facial, pampering pros treat mugs to mister-specific products designed to ward off ingrown hairs and razor burn. Masculine countenances steep in a luxurious steam before a gentle exfoliation expunges impurities and a shoulder and neck massage relaxes muscles tense from supporting the weight of lead ball caps.
Carolyn Schmitz at Destination Massage & Spa practices massage therapy to complement the staff’s aesthetic services. She can soothe sore flexors and impart a sense of calm during sessions that take as long as a leisurely crabwalk from one end of Rhode Island to the other—60 or 90 minutes. If her clients want services to complement a relaxing massage, Carolyn can direct them to hairstylists, nail technicians, and makeup artists.
At Salon Galleria, which is divided into private suites, there's no danger of stylists running into each other on their trips to the shelf. Brittney Byrum prizes the intimacy that her studio affords, saying that the salon "gives our guest the ‘homey’ feeling." With hardwood floors and carved cabinets, her suite has a slightly Victorian vibe, which acts as a counterbalance to the modern 'dos she produces.
Brittney's specialty is multidimensional color—she loves to transform the tints of her clients' hair with new all-over shades as well as carefully applied highlights. She has also mastered the ombre trend, which gradually shifts the hair's hue at the ends for a bold, two-toned look more chic than simply wearing a chessboard as a hat. Brittney uses Redken and Pureology products to help nourish strands as she works, and sometimes, she even sells decorative headbands to complement her styles. Whether she's administering a simple trim or a complex wedding updo, her goal remains the same: to ratchet up her clients’ confidence.
Come visit our new upscale salon in Mt Juliet without paying upscale pricing! Our personal awareness and attention to detail is what sets us apart. The Wild Strand Salon is an escape from the outside world and an opportunity for you to receive the attention and pampering that you deserve.
Stylist Fritzi Knapp carves out her own coiffing niche inside Hair For The Family salon using a combination of Redken, Rusk, and Paul Mitchell products. Armed with her scissors, coloring brush, and attention to detail, Fritzi revamps manes until they’re eye catching enough to redirect plane traffic. Fritzi can accent new cuts with elegant updos and brow waxings.