Featured on Style Network's_Split Ends_, Rapunzel Salon is a ladies-only beauty boutique that specializes in hair extensions and hair replacement. The hair emporium keeps an arsenal of all-natural human hair on hand, giving clients the opportunity to have floor-length locks installed on the same day as the initial consultation. Rapunzel's beauty genies can work with all hair types, ranging from fine to damaged to coonskin caps disguised as hair. Each skilled stylist will also help in selecting the best lock-thickening method from a long list that includes classics such as clip-ins, wigs, Hair Dreams, Paris Hilton's Dream Catchers, and more (prices vary depending on length and stylist). Aside from extensions, Rapunzel Salon offers a variety of standard salon services such as haircuts ($90+), blowouts ($50+), and more.
Wax & Tan—it's not just the business name, but a straightforward description of what you do while there. A nearly full-body selection of waxing services for men and women includes everything from the forehead to the toes, and all treatments are performed with 100% natural hard wax. Spray tans can be applied to the face, half body, or full body, using a paraben-free solution that is sugar-based and quick-drying—like the world's best beach towel.
Tim Palmer's walls are filled with various diplomas and certifications in the field of aesthetics. But perhaps his most important skill is one that can't be learned in a class: his ability to make both men and women feel comfortable in a spa setting. While some male clients often experience a bit of trepidation before going in for treatments such as waxing, Tim's experience in working with both genders has made him a go-to technician for hair removal, facials, and peels for both sexes. Tim's extensive studies have also included bodywork.
Free Time’s roots extend all the way to Italy, and date back to 1988, when the first of 32 centers opened. Now in 9 countries around the world, the salon boasts highly trained stylists who cut new do’s on men, women, and children. They also refresh monochromatic manes by adding hints of color with tinsel or highlights.