In order to live up to their business' name, the stylists at Perfect Solution Hair Salon take ample time to get to know their clients. They help them find the right style—such as updos for special occasions—and suggest different services. If a client wants straighter hair, the staff might recommend various keratin treatments. If they want longer locks, the stylists point them toward hair extensions. If they're a snowman, they might recommend forgoing a blow-dry. Of course, the team of trained tress tamers can also maintain current looks with standard haircuts and color treatments for both men and women.
Ray Archacki is a certified Ayurvedic herbalist, and his goal is to treat his clients' ailments holistically. He creates custom herbal blends to best fit each person's needs, whether they're looking to curb allergies or combat fatigue. He also helps clients find pain relief and relaxation through custom massages that mix organic herb-infused oils with gentle gliding, moderate kneading, and deep-pressure techniques.
Though it's a salon, Marc Anthony Hair Studio feels more like a home. The staff includes a team of hair experts and nail technicians which welcomes clients warmly, pampering them with a wealth of services such as gel manicures, airbrush-makeup applications, formal updos, and keratin treatments.
A master stylist and graduate of Paul Mitchell Salon School, Mogi Zagdsuren snips and pigments tresses while flanked on all sides by abstract paintings and statues available for purchase. Professional products such as Moroccanoil and Aquage combine to update 'dos with styling and straightening services, and CND nail polish keeps talons bewitching enough to attract glances and style-aware falcons to ungloved hands. While contemporary art pops from every corner, cubic, fire-engine red furnishings draw focus to the hair being straightened at each beauty station. Combined with the crimson-lined floor, this vibrant atmosphere has coaxed the Nashua Telegraph to profess, ?Every element of the salon/gallery is tied together.?
And thanks to Mogi's success, the salon has expanded to a second location as Mogi'z on Miami, which specializes in extensions and Japanese hair-straightening treatments.
At Zeba, which translates as the Persian word for beauty, aestheticians introduce a few Asian pampering techniques to its American clients, including threading, persian-cold-wax treatments, and henna tattooing. Its stylists work to find each customer's ideal brow shape and carefully remove the rest through the ancient practice of threading. Hair's also removed using persian cold wax on larger areas. And artists create beautiful designs using henna, which can last up to a few weeks.