Trinity Salon & Spa co-owner Cher sometimes perfects the makeup and hairdos of models at haute fashion shoots, but she spends most of her time making sure her regular clients get the same star treatment. Her business partner Candi shares the same passion for high-fashion styling, holding certifications from companies including Rusk and Matrix Hair Color. The pair have put together a team of salon stylists who snip hair into follicular masterpieces and reprogram hair textures. The crew can impart uniform straightness with keratin treatments or massage strands with ground-up Shirley Temple headshots to create billowing curls.
On the spa side, the DiamondTome microdermabrasion reveals fresh, unblemished skin with chips of real diamonds, and medical-grade peels accelerate the skin's exfoliation process. Men can enjoy treatments such as the Pampered Facial, during which aesthetician Nina bolsters handsome looks with a seaweed mud mask, facial massage, warm towels, and a beer to sip. The spa keeps hands and feet of all kinds well-groomed with mani-pedis, and elongates eyelashes, hair, or strap-on Santa Claus beards with realistic extensions.
At Salon Posh, friendly stylists shear, shape, and shade tresses with an extensive menu of custom services. In a basic haircut, expert staff members trim and tame the head-mops of men ($28+), women ($40+), kids ($18+), and sheep weary of unflattering shearings. Specializing in adding hues to 'dos, Salon Posh offers full-color treatments ($55+) and partial and full highlights ($70+, $85+), with the option to engineer a color tailored to individual clients' heads. Meanwhile, the Kroma Life pigmented conditioner treatment ($15) protects color through up to six shampoos and one mid-rainstorm musical-production number. The warm personalities of Salon Posh's staff heat the space's cool modern aesthetic, dotted with broad-bordered full-length mirrors in which patrons can admire their new coiffures or espy chronically tardy white rabbits.
Artistry is THE place to learn to sing contemporary and pop styles. We are currently accepting vocalists of all ability levels (space permitting). And, we are looking for highly-skilled vocalists ready to take their careers to the next level. Call or email us today to set up an audition, if this is you!
At 17 years old, David Pearce spent his nights dancing and DJing in a slick Seattle club. When his best friend recognized his skills and suggested David join him as a daytime ballroom-dance instructor, he was unenthusiastic⎯until a visit to his friend's studio made David realize that ballroom dancing involved nothing but sleek movements and squiring ladies across the floor. He’s been hooked ever since. David opened The Studio with his wife, Jackie, who leads belly and hula dancing, and the pair demonstrates swing, Argentine tango, and other American ballroom dances with help from four other instructors.
Private lessons begin with David’s signature teaching style, which condenses every ballroom step into four basic movements and instills the fundamentals of leading and following before finally acquainting students with the dance style of their choice. Meanwhile, group lessons introduce hoofers to new moves in a lively and relaxed social-dancing atmosphere. Monthly parties, which often follow elaborate themes—such as a luau with leis, photo props, and decorations dappling the studio’s baby-blue walls—invite couples to twirl, sip refreshments, and eventually follow fellow revelers to nearby nightclubs or a Disney prince's ballroom to show off their versatile moves in a real-world setting.