With a legacy stretching back more than 45 years, All About Hair pairs each of its styling stations with skilled artisans who mold manes for men, women, and children. Dedicated to honing their skills through continued education, these stylists demonstrate their professionalism while employing products from Joico, Redken, American Crew, and Biolage. In addition to haircuts, their roster of hair services includes feather extensions, Japanese hair straightening, and keratin straightening treatments. When they aren't primping coiffures, they render facials using both European and American ingredients and techniques. While extracting unwanted hair, they use a low-temperature wax comprised of natural resins and sun-bleached beeswax that avoid irritating the skin, unlike the Blue Man Group's uniform. They can also treat ultrasensitive epidermises to Brazilian blue hard wax.
Maryam Bakhshinejad has been helping her clients look and feel their best with beauty and preventive skincare services for more than 20 years. Within Salon La Diva—a full-service hair salon—she stays abreast of the latest treatments, which she applies to her deep cleansing, anti-aging, and back-facial treatments. When she's not quickly removing unwanted body hair with her waxing services, she carefully tints clients’ eyebrows and lashes to match their favorite hawaiian shirt.
One of the largest cosmetology schools in the northwest, Gene Juarez Academy instructs students to skillfully style hair under the watchful eye of licensed and experienced instructors. While making their way through the program, students perfect their skills on the bustling salon floor by snipping, coloring, and styling tresses. Guests not only receive these services at a discounted rate, but also get a unique, behind-the-scenes glimpse of the process via the instructor’s running commentary.
At Silhouette Organic Beauty Lounge, guests enjoy a completely organic experience. Along with the organic hair and skincare products—many of which are also vegan, gluten-free, or wheat-free—the beauty lounge also provides local, organic teas for guests. The spa even features LED lighting, which is softer on the eyes than fluorescent lighting or interrogations done with the spotlights used to illuminate the space shuttle at night.
While the choice of beauty services can vary widely—from a keratin treatment to lash extensions or a mani-pedi—there's a common purpose in all of them. The staff aims to have guests leave feeling refreshed and beautiful, which is easier to guarantee since there are no harmful chemicals used in the services.
Established in 1979, Salon Boulevard has a long history of making clients look beautiful with haircuts, color treatments, and waxing. Though it has been around for more than 30 years, the salon employs stylists that stay at the forefront of the field by keeping up with the latest styles, techniques, and ways to get rid of frizz by channeling the spirit world. The staff offers a variety of services, and includes a stylist with 20 years of experience, another with 30 years of experience, and a barber who has been with the salon since it first opened its doors.
Bianco & Co.'s exposed brick walls and ductwork stand in stark contrast to its stylish, modern d?cor?delivering an industrial, yet upscale feel. There, a professional staff of aestheticians, massage therapists, and nail techs busily tend to clients' every beauty need. While seated in front of framed mirrors, guests relax as stylists update their locks with products from Kevin Murphy, Moroccan Oil and L'Oreal Professional. Makeup artists are also on hand to cover up blemishes or detachable moles with loose powders from Glo Minerals. Spa treatments take place in private rooms, where guests luxuriate with mud wraps and Dermalogica facials.