At Faces Haircutters, stylists use Redken, Pureology, and Brocato to primp 'dos for weddings, proms, and other special occasions. But they also create a welcoming environment where women, men, and children of all ages can come get their hair cut, colored, or styled, even if they're not headed for the red carpet. It helps that these stylists stay sharp through continuing education, allowing them get the most out of their top-shelf products. An impressive 40 years have passed since the salon opened its doors, so it's possible the doors won't close anymore.
The stylists and aestheticians at TRU salon + spa beautify clients with a full range of services including soothing facials, moisturizing mani-pedis, and glamorizing highlights. In line with the staff's mission to tailor their services to each individual, the salon stocks Bumble and bumble products. Bumble and bumble's hair-care and beauty products can be mixed and matched to create optimal results for each client.
Above a silver front desk, a neon sign glows in Indigo Salon's namesake color, casting its gleam onto wire racks stocked with Bumble and bumble styling products. Black leather salon chairs set the stage for hair makeovers enhanced with smoothing keratin treatments, highlights, or other services.
Updos, downdos, and perms: the licensed stylists at A Cut Above sculpt all these looks. Employing products from top-selling brands, they also dye hair and add highlights. They also schedule services for wedding parties, and makeover mannequins that fill seats at opening nights of plays that haven’t sold out.
Owner Ronnie Keller has made Bridgewater Commons Mall his second home. Early in the morning, he saunters past storefronts, stopping at the threshold of Splash Salon & Spa, flanked by two tall, obelisk-shaped lanterns that serve to welcome both patrons and fashion-forward moths. Past the reception desk, where water cascades down glass panes, Ronnie settles in for the day, overseeing a team of beautification experts as they perform a slate of pampering services. Funky aluminum mirrors reflect hairstylists' newly forged masterpieces as nail technicians soften skin with sea-salt scrubs and paraffin waxes before camouflaging fingers in a choice of polish. Eight styles of massage revive tired bodies, and facials, waxing, and cosmetic services keep visitors looking radiant and magic mirrors from making meaningless small talk. Posttreatment, clients can peruse a stash of Bumble and bumble., Paul Mitchell, and Moroccanoil products that eagerly await adoption.
The Salon at Bridgewater's team of stylists range in experience from junior level to master, but they all share the same dedication to haircare. Inside a modern salon, they reshape the hair of male and female clients alike with custom cuts and blowouts. Highlights and lowlights, natural gloss treatments, and single- or double-process color infuse hair with new and vibrant hues. A selection of haircare products on the salon's shelves help clients tend to their dos at home.
After the salon where stylist Donna Tomaso worked was shut down, she teamed up with her sister Tracey Basilico to launch Salon 171 on their own. With five members of the old salon staff onboard, Salon 171 opened its doors with an already cohesive team of experienced stylists who had worked together for years.
Today, the stylists at Salon 171 beautify hair through cutting and styling or straightening and smoothing. With both English- and Spanish-speaking stylists, the staff can help mediate between English-speaking clients and their Spanish-speaking hairdos. In a cozy waiting area, clients can lean back on black couches with light-blue pillows that match the salon walls.