The expert staff at Tangles Salon & Spa attend ongoing workshops to keep their scissors sharp and their nail files rough. Armed with Aveda products, stylists shape locks, correct color, and repair dry strands with botanical therapies preceded by soothing scalp treatments. Nail technicians dip toes into ceramic pedicure bowls brimming with fresh water and the spectacles of ceramics teachers.
Metallic angel wings and ornate mirrors create a luxe, royal setting at SoJoni Hair Studio. Here, the beauty experts perform a colorful spectrum of treatments for the hair and body. Stylists snip strands, weave twirling updos, and skillfully paint locks with ombre effects or vibrant stripes of pink and purple. Clients relax in massage chairs trained in cloud imitation. A skilled specialist leads bodywork sessions, and an aesthetician provides waxing services to keep skin smooth.
Styles Salon & Spa staffers call themselves "beauty artisans." They're dedicated to creating beauty and making you feel comfortable becoming beautiful, and they'll pamper you like a penguin on vacation at an organic squid farm. Rather than calling ahead to schedule an appointment, Styles recommends calling ahead to schedule an "experience."
Recently crowned a Top 200 Salon by Salon Today, this full-service beauty abode offers an array of topnotch salon and spa services. If your follicles are burdened with flat, lifeless color, stop in to have one of Anaala's pigment professionals add pep to your 'do via all-natural Aveda products and very subtle pogo sticking ($50+ for a full color treatment). Or if too-long locks are causing your mirror to malfunction, instead have them trimmed and styled back into an orderly shape ($30+). Opt for a waxing treatment if you need haphazardly scattered strands weeded from their wrong whereabouts ($15+), or go with a spa massage ($70 for 60 minutes) if you need an expert muscle organizer's help in convincing your shoulders to stop hoarding your diary's stress. Anaala also offers spa-goers a myriad of skin-smoothing facials ($70 for 60 minutes) and exfoliating body scrubs ($55–$85).
The staff at Hybrid Salon combines artistic sensibility with technical savvy, and the result is one dynamic salon. And folks have noticed. For three years running, Hybrid has taken home the Talk of the Town "Costumer Satisfaction Award". Along with their outsized dose of talent, the staff arms themselves with only high-end Redken coloring products in their services and treatments. Beyond basic cuts and colors, they offer Brazilian blowouts, waxing treatments, nail art, and a full blow-dry bar. No matter the treatment, stylists make a point to meet with new clients before every service to ensure a personal touch.
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 a durable Shellac polish. Armed with Pharmagel products, aestheticians perform the haven's signature facial, customizing the service to suit the client's skin type and preference to be called only by their alter ego's name.