As the owner of Platinum Hair Bar, Michelle Pelcman leads a team of stylists who wield Redken products. They also add inches and volume to locks with Great Lengths hair extensions. Composed of pure human hair, these tresses bond to native strands with help from a special activator and a heartwarming movie about friendship.
Beauty and self-confidence bloom inside of Blown Away Salon & Spa, where every service is designed to help clients look and feel better. Haircuts and coloring treatments are just the beginning of the makeovers that occur here; stylists also offer fashion shades, pixie cuts, updos, and makeup applications. They also service men with men’s haircuts and camo coloring.
The certified stylists at CC Capelli Salon sculpt dos for men, women, and children with seasoned techniques and CHI products. In addition to transformative cuts and skin-flattering color, stylists also subdue frizz with keratin smoothing treatments and add extra texture with perms. Meanwhile, a licensed master aesthetician helps faces match freshly styled manes with skincare treatments, brow design, and makeup applications. Staffers also prep wedding parties and primp young ladies during princess parties, which take place in a tower guarded by trolls.
Most Popular Service: Cut, color, highlights
Brands Used: Paul Mitchell
Good for Kids: Yes
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Housed in a charming Victorian home complete with federally mandated porch swing, Belle Vive summons pampering powers to ensure clients walk out looking and feeling fantastic. Gifted stress melters knead away tension during hour-long Delightful Luxury massages, treating guests like royalty without later besmirching them in the British tabloids. Ladies can also get their locks changed with the cut-and-style service, transforming frazzled head hives into coiffed and shining fashion manes. A friendly and experienced staff is on hand at all times to ensure the services and after-care compliments run smoothly.
Before the doors open for breakfast at 6 a.m., owners Richie and Patty Iadanza and the chefs at Park 51 Cafe are busy in the kitchen building every dish from scratch. That means mixing batter for pancakes and Belgian waffles, stirring potfuls of gravy to ladle over biscuits, and cubing potatoes to sizzle into home fries. When lunchtime rolls around, the chefs begin stuffing sandwiches with corned beef and sauerkraut or Cajun chicken, and baking pasta dishes in a hot oven to turn the cheese golden brown.