Paisley Hair Design transforms feral tresses into teddy bears with a spectrum of haircare services performed by continuously educated stylists and judiciously supplemented with botanical Aveda products. Treatments commence as lucky strands snuggle into a partial foil embrace (a $75+ value), which endows crowns with a vibrant halo of long-lasting color and a strong sense of justice. A soothing bath of deep conditioner (a $25 value) fills in frayed follicles and glosses split ends, followed by a shampoo style and blowout (a $25+ value) that coax coiffures into aesthetic apexes. Before and after beautification, clients can relax in comfortable waiting areas, sip steaming cups of Aveda tea, and brainstorm acceptance speeches for Head of the Year awards.
The stylists at Josie Studio One Salon come armed with a diverse lineup of haircare products, which spans from Moroccan Oil solutions for conditioning hair to American Crew products designed especially for men. They also call on Redken's popular line of styling and color products—appropriate enough considering their ranks include a hair colorist certified by Redken Fifth Avenue New York. When the stylists finish straightening and partial foiling clients' hair, they send the clients along to the salon's other specialists, who darken and lengthen lash lines with synthetic, semi-permanent eyelash extensions and wax away hair along the lip and inside the chin's backup supply tanks.
Jece Marshall is passionate about hair color. She imbues strands with dimension during full color and highlight treatments, and she adds vibrant bursts and aerodynamic thrust with removable feather hair extensions. When she’s not cutting, styling, and coloring the ‘dos of her male and female clients, Jece also flaunts her hair-lopping chops to create hair and makeup designs for stylish exhibitions, such as Pink Milk fashion shows and Hair Affair for the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Nostalgic signage. Blast-from-the-past hair-dryers. Lichtenstein-style comic-strip prints. Rockabetty's Salon and Spa's interior decor may be a nod to the 1950s, but that doesn't mean its menu is outdated. Owner Angie Schulz leads a team of stylists who draw on current trends and techniques as they cut men's, women's, and children's hair as well as highlight, color-gloss, and perm tendrils. Those opting for a pedicure can relax in new pedicure stations as their feet swim in a deep pedicure bowl. Nails are then filed before being treated with an exfoliating vanilla-brown-sugar scrub, vitamin E paraffin wax for the hands, and durable Shellac polish. Armed with Pharmagel products, aestheticians perform the haven's signature facial––also with a paraffin hand treatment––customizing the service to suit the client's skin type and preference to be called only by their alter ego's name.