Hairdos blossom, skin textures soften, and nails brighten at the hands of the beauty professionals at Jessy K’s Salon and Spa. After a haircut, stylists can rekindle graying or fading tresses with dimensional highlights or smooth out frizzy strands with keratin treatments. Aestheticians pave the road to youth and beauty with microdermabrasion treatments, vitamin-enriched skin products, and hot-stone facials that wrestle wrinkles and fine lines from the skin, whereas nail technicians narrow in on fingers and toes during regular or shellac manicures and can also add acrylic tips to save clients the trouble of making their own nails out of pistachio shells.
Enchantress Long Hair Salon's owners Lance Melin and Jody Nisula perform a host of services geared toward long hair. Using a special technique of cutting clean, dry hair, stylists gain a better understanding of how layers fall around features with each precise snip. They also lend sleek manageability to strands with keratin treatments, and correct tufts caused by self-administered haircuts or low-hanging ceiling fans.
Karen Couchie loves sailing in the Caribbean. As a result, the bright colors of the tropical paradise might unconsciously seep onto the nails or hair of her clients. As a nail technician and a Redken Specialist, she can artfully color nails or color and crop hair, but Karen doesn't stop at hairdos and finger hairdos. She's also a licensed tattoo and lash artist, so she can complement clients’ natural brow and lash lines with treatments that draw more attention to the eyes than blinking neon goggles. Her light touch can also be seen in the hairline strokes or color blocking she uses to fill out brows during permanent-makeup applications, which don’t smear or smudge when subjected to water.
Danielle Goulis wears many hats. As the owner of Dani Leigh Hair Boutique, she invests in her clients' experiences from the moment they call to make an appointment until the second they walk out her door. As a stylist, she focuses on modern cuts and wields a host of skills that go beyond her shears to dyeing, highlighting, and up-dos worthy of wedding days. Her salon also gives full attention to skin with waxing services and airbrush tanning that looks so natural, the sun may clam it for its own handiwork.
For the past two decades, hairstylist Pat Blake has worked at a variety of salons across Colorado and Ohio. Though working at those beauty havens sharpened her cutting and styling skills, the master colorist wasn’t yet fully content with her work’s potential. To that end, she now caters to clients' needs from her own business - Fringes - tucked within Sola Salon Studios. There, she gives each client her full attention while helping each one decide on a style. To create her classic and trendy coifs, Pat reaches for Aquage, Kenra, and Goldwell products and blends in face-framing highlights as well as perms. When not focused on hair treatments, she also refreshes faces with makeup applications and performs waxing services to help clean up bushy brows or gently remove cat whiskers that grew in overnight.
When clients walk out of Bella Luce Hair Design, they look different enough to need new drivers licenses. Some have a head of flowing locks where they once had tangled curls; others have newly blonde manes or hair-free upper lips. Beverly Briane, a seasoned cosmetologist, takes pains to give her clients new styles that reflect their personality, giving an elegant updo to an anxious bride or a corkscrew perm to a fun-loving sommelier.