At Beauty Mark Salon and Spa, staff members tend to hair, nails, and skin with care and expertise. Cuts, blowouts, and coloring treatments from skilled stylists help you find a whole new look without the use of funhouse mirrors. Gel polish manicures and spa pedicures, meanwhile, let you relax while techs beautify your hands and feet. And treatments such as the age-smart facial and the body exfoliant reverse signs of aging and leave skin looking fresh and radiant.
Great Clips harnesses the vast resources of a national salon chain to provide personalized, professional styling services to follicle frolickers at three participating Detroit-area locations. Wild wigs are brought to bear by highly trained hair tamers who also serve as style guides through the often-intimidating tonsorial jungle, answering clients' questions about hair trends and maintenance. A socially responsible company, Great Clips also hosts haircut-a-thons, bake sales, and baked haircut sale-a-thons to benefit charities, including the Children's Miracle Network of hospitals and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Salon 501 is in the business of making heads turn. Whether it's with a fresh cut and color, makeup application, or a facial, the beauty specialists on staff aim to get their clients looking and feeling great. Eyebrow threading, botox and other skincare services are also available in addition to hair care.
Classic and modern hairstyles abound inside Salon Retro, with stylists busy trimming, coloring, perming, and braiding hair. Away from the whirl of blow-dryers and friendly chatter, private rooms host clients during relaxing massages. The salon?s nail technicians finish off manicures with a choice of polish, and can paint on artistic designs such as polka dots or the client?s phone number in Braille.
The savvy barbers at Goodfellows cut, sculpt, and coddle unruly coifs in a charmingly old-school environment filled with antique boxing gloves, debonair hats, and classic black-and-white photos. Rows of glossy, restored barber chairs cradle ancillary bodies as scalp streamers are skillfully snipped and clipped into topiarian symmetry. Gents can choose from a lineup of classic clipper cuts (a $15 value each), as well as custom 'dos and flattops that double as dapper dance floors for soft-shoe raindrops. Once crops are complete, steady-handed barbers smother errant neck follicles in clouds of foam from an antique hot-lather machine, then escort them smoothly away on the backs of razors. Ladies’ (a $17 value each) and tots’ trims (a $13 value each) round out the service roster, and troves of old-school toys and post-haircut lollipops distract juvenile tongues from a tempting candy-stripe barber pole.