Clients walking into La Bella Delle Rose Salon might sense a warm, personal aesthetic shaping the styling studio, even if they don't know that the dark-wood reception desk was hand-built by the owner's father. Sherbet-colored walls backdrop ice-cream-themed decorations, a popcorn machine commingles with the coffeemaker in the waiting area, and a manicure station recalls a fortune-teller's table with its scarlet damask draping. While basking in Pureology hair treatments or being prepped for weddings and other landmark occasions, guests sit beneath studio lighting, which helps them tell stylists apart from IRS agents.
Michelle Schwertner at HeadQuarters Barber Salon at Legacy Village has been cutting hair for more than 30 years, bringing a generation of experience to her cuts, styling, and straight-razor shaves. Her treatments pamper with niceties such as scalp massages and hot towels, and clients leave looking polished with complimentary ear, nose, and eyebrow trims. The shop also sells shampoo, conditioner, gel, and other men's haircare products by MENSDEPT, as well as posh neck ties to complement fresh cuts.
Licensed cosmetologist Tyger McClendon specializes in transforming locks with extensions and layer cutting. She does so with products from brands by Paul Mitchell, Joico, and Nairobi. In addition to styling heads of hair, Tyger also tends to eyebrow hairs with waxing and tinting services, and bolsters lashes with silk extensions.
The tanning specialists at A Lily Shay Hair Studio offer an alternative to sun tanning. The expert technicians airbrush a custom formula onto skin to create an even, natural-looking tan. Each service provides a customized color to suit each client's skin tone.
For more than 14 years, Studio Selfish's managing manicurist Katrina has followed her passion for beauty. She spruces up fingers and toes through a variety of manicure services using OPI polishes and no-chip gel coats with glitter. She also prettifies faces with eyelash application, makeup, or waxing services.