Though Melissa Glancy first became a master stylist in 1987, she has taken refresher courses and recertified herself as recently as 2009 to stay up-to-date with newer hair trends. Specializing in color treatments, she cossets her clients in Expectations Hair Salon’s spacious confines, where they can relax in a plush chair by the fireplace and take in the soothing earth tones that decorate the room.
The Prospect Jewelers collection consists of delicate treasures in gold, platinum, sterling silver, and more, as well as estate jewelry, South African diamonds, and pearls. The wide-ranging collection includes money clips ($100+), birthstone rings ($105+), Chamilia bead jewelry ($27+), Charles Hubert watches ($85+), jewel-encrusted busts of Herbert Hoover (priceless), and colored-pearl stud earrings ($95+). Prospect Jewelers also offers customized engraving to ready pieces for gift giving, as well as full-service, in-store jewelry repair to mend broken hearts resulting from broken heart-shaped charms.
Though she wields her shears with remarkable precision, stylist Jessica Bostock possesses a gift that?s arguably more important: her ability to perfectly match her clients with their preferred styles. Jessica sets up shop at Angell Salon & Spa, where she begins every cut, coloring, and styling service with a consultation that illuminates the demands of her clients and the mood rings to which they are enslaved.
Using top-of-the-line haircare products from quality brands such as Pureology and Paul Mitchell, BeautyFirst's expert stylists mold lackluster locks into follicular masterpieces. Upon arrival, customers consult with a talented tress trimmer to figure out a fashionable new look for their noodle nests, whether they prefer a trendy bob, a timeless trim, or an elegant swan. Next, dull dreads are shampooed and colored with a choice of either full or partial highlights before being snipped and molded into moremanageable states during an expert cut and style.
Premier Salon and Spa is part of a group of salons that boasts more than 300 sites throughout North America. The Louisville franchise finds its home on the second floor of the Macy's department store at Oxmoor Center, and it hosts a team of hairstylists, aestheticians, electrologists, massage therapists, and nail technicians who are each experts in their fields. Manager Kelly Andrews has more than 15 years of experience in the spa and medical-aesthetics industries, including nine years spent working under a clinically and cosmetically skilled dermatologist.
Metallic artwork on the warm-colored walls offers gentle, textual reminders such as Rejuvenate and Return that library book, and white columns and a backlit rotunda add a touch of sophistication. Within the salon and spa's clean, tranquil interior, staffers transform hair with Aveda, Bumble and Bumble, Mizani, and Kenra products, and they perform spa services ranging from Dermalogica facials and 15-minute Brazilian waxes to OPI manicures and hydrotherapy-tub treatments.