Great Clips harnesses the vast resources of a national salon chain to provide personalized, professional styling services to follicle frolickers near and far. Wild wigs are brought to bear by highly trained hair tamers who also serve as style guides through the often intimidating tonsorial jungle, answering customers' questions about hair trends and maintenance. With or without an appointment, patrons can mosey into the hair-snipping sanctuary any day of the week and follow through with visions for a new face frame or top-hat stabilizer. A socially responsible company, Great Clips also hosts haircut-a-thons, bake sales, and baked-haircut sale-a-thons to benefit charities including the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals and Ronald McDonald House.
The Studio Salon's experienced massage therapists and stylists customize their services to satisfy each client's muscular aches and aesthetic desires. The team's devotion to harvesting smiles even extends to a 100% satisfaction guarantee, granting clients their money back and unlimited future dance advice should they leave displeased. During 60-minute aromatherapy massages, therapists work to right bodies' wrongs by combining the powers of pressure and smell, which are also the powers that mothers use to summon children to the dinner table to do their homework.
Relax in Salon Elite's oasis of calm as a friendly aesthetician gently cleanses away dirt and other beauty distracters while carefully analyzing your skin to tailor the treatment to your individual needs. After a steaming opens pores and exfoliation kills dead skin dead, Salon Elite's experts will extract the gunk and goo that can hide inside your face. Your treatment also includes a tension-relieving massage to help you relax and let go of your countenance so that it will return to you with a fonder heart and more youthful glow. Salon Elite uses Suki products to deliver holistic skincare made from natural ingredients, including an all-organic mask and moisturizer that will reveal a firmer, healthier veneer without grafting Nicholas Cage's smug mug to the front of your brain case.
Rocks Blow Dry Bar is a salon with no scissors. Hair clippings have never graced its floors, and its sinks have never touched a drop of hair color. That's because Rocks Blow Dry Bar specializes in one simple, yet essential service: the blow dry. Whether they're there to freshen up for a night on the town or simply bask in the massage-like relaxation of a professional shampoo, visitors to Rocks Blow Dry Bar walk in with languishing locks and emerge in less than an hour with a shiny, tossable style customized to their tastes, whether it's voluminous and curly, stick straight, or a theoretical quantum state between the two. Beyond a standard wash and dry, stylists can add deep-conditioning treatments and soothing scalp massages, and even deck out clients with formal updos and makeup applications for upscale events.
As many parents of curious children can attest, it takes more than a pair of scissors and a spare half hour to become a salon artist. This is especially true when taking on one of the most time-consuming services a salon can offer: strand-by-strand hair extensions. The stylists at Luxury Tress The Salon specialize in this meticulous art, armed with their brand of Hott Links strand extensions, which are made of human hair in 32 colors for a natural look or a vibrantly colored statement. The stylists also revamp ‘dos with cuts, color treatments, and hair-restoration services to help heal locks damaged by the sun, an incredibly amateurish barber.
A team of talented specialists inhabits Cypress Creek Hair & Nail Salon, gliding across the checkerboard floor with hair dryers, scissors, and nail files in hand. Master hair designer J. J. Sharon snips sculptured cuts and arranges locks into elegant updos, and licensed cosmetologist Laura Ellis frames faces in shimmering highlights. Manager Caroline Boothe captains the hair-removal and nail departments, expertly sculpting eyebrows using ancient threading techniques and decorating nails with durable Shellac polish as clients recline in cushy black pedicure chairs.