Owner Kelly Chisholm of the eponymous Finally Kelly's Salon works with her daughter Kurstyn and a small staff to deliver personalized spa services in private rooms. Kurstyn uses her esthetician expertise to wield Bioelements product, vitamin infusions, and mud masks during a selection of six facial treatments. Stylists can also customize cuts and dyes to flatter men’s and women's face shapes, skin tone, and forehead tattoos.
Dara Bonzey, the eponymous owner of Dara Bonzey Salon, tends to heads with more than 25 years of experience. In a professional and welcoming environment, she skillfully snips away excess hair alongside deep-conditioning treatments and styling services. She also adds visual flair with partial or full highlights.
Voted the 2011 Auburn Chamber of Commerce's Best Salon/Day Spa, Teree Salon & Spa retains local loyalty by beautifying and calming clients within tranquil surrounds. Teree's team—lead by licensed aesthetician and registered nurse Theary Jyringi—crafts new coifs, adds color to strands, or tames curls using Ouidad products at chic styling stations that each feature a floor-length mirror. Licensed massage therapists and wax experts impart their services in private treatments rooms, and nail techs man black leather pedicure thrones to add color and shine to high-fives and thumb wars.
At Zeba, which translates as the Persian word for beauty, aestheticians introduce a few Asian pampering techniques to its American clients, including threading, persian-cold-wax treatments, and henna tattooing. Its stylists work to find each customer's ideal brow shape and carefully remove the rest through the ancient practice of threading. Hair's also removed using persian cold wax on larger areas. And artists create beautiful designs using henna, which can last up to a few weeks.
The savvy stylists at Untamed Salon update clients' looks with cuts, color, and texture-transforming chemical services. Simple washes and styles ready heads for nights out on the town and special events, whereas full dye jobs with foils transform appearances more effectively than wearing a hat made of faux chameleon scales. Deep conditioners nourish dry, damaged hair and smoothing keratin treatments offer more intensive taming for frizzy strands. In addition to hair, the salon beautifies skin with facials, microdermabrasion, and waxing. Clients can also opt for a relaxing Swedish massage or a deep-tissue treatment to work out stubborn kinks and knots.
At age 13, Jacqueline designed a science-fair project focused on age management, having developed a fascination for skincare by watching her mother and grandmother go through their daily beauty regimens. As Jacqueline grew up, she took that passion and became a licensed master aesthetician, opening Jacqueline Jase Face & Body Center in 2009. The center is named in part for her mother and grandmother—Jane and Rose—who Jacqueline names as the two most influential women in her life.
Today, Jacqueline fights aging and nourishes skin with facials and herbal wraps, swaddling clients in natural and organic products from brands such as Bioelements. She also applies Nufree Hair Removal to legs and arms to remove unwanted hair, and fastens NovaLash extensions to eyelids to create longer, denser lashes. Realizing a connection between stress and skin deterioration, Jacqueline became a licensed massage therapist in 2010 and now relieves stress and chronic aches with Swedish and deep-tissue modalities.