For the past 18 years, Hair Currents' experienced stylists have trimmed, feathered, and fluffed locks with an array of services. The salon welcomes women, men, and children to begin the 30- to 45-minute cut with a scalp-purifying shampoo to wash away oil, grime, and gremlin hitchhikers. During a careful consultation, the stylist considers each client's hair texture, face shape, and photos of the desired bob or beehive before flashing shears into action. After crafting a custom flattering 'do, the mane mavens wick away wetness with the warm kiss of a hair dryer. Within Hair Currents, pastel-turquoise and pink furnishings and white-edged mirrors create an atmosphere as airy and peaceful as a comforter of cotton candy.
Master Hairstylist Bob Hebel expertly wields scissors, razors, and other sharp objects that can cut his clients’ hair. He revamps looks with classic bobs or lots of layers, and cuts a clean hairline on men. Bob also highlights manes for added depth and boosts volume with a permanent wave or some serious teasing.
Studio Skin Deep owner and licensed medical aesthetician Kristine Ross felt like she could never find the right cosmetic or cosmeceutical product until, one day, she decided to develop her own line. With advice from a chemist and spotting by a retired mineshaft canary, Kristine crafted products to treat everything from acne and hyperpigmentation to fine lines and wrinkles. The skin therapists at Studio Skin Deep now wield her vitamin-rich serums as they perform mostly face-focused services, including facials, glycolic peels, and skin-tightening procedures. Small-scale eye treatments deflate puffiness, and conversely, lip treatments work to bring fullness to the mouth without slathering gums with fistfuls of peanut butter. Staffers also deforest nearly any area of the body with sterile dollops of wax.
Billed as "a modern art studio for modern art enthusiasts," A Pirate's Isle Tattoo Studio's artists create the kinds of masterpieces that belong on a canvas. And, in a way, they end up on one, if you consider the body to be a blank canvas, as they do. Will Arney and JT Webster use vivid colors to make body art pop, from a spray of pink flowers blooming along the top of a client's foot to a cluster of menacing skulls. In addition to the tattooing services, they also perform body piercings and apply permanent makeup.
With 20 years of professional experience as a clinical aesthetician, Margaux Turner has refined her skills at advanced anti-aging techniques, such as Dermaplaning and Collagen Induction Therapy. Margaux's main goals center around helping people love they skin that they have. She also performs exfoliating treatments using glycolic peels, vitamin C masks, and alpha hydroxy acids, as well as traditional facials.