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 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.
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.
Wild Strawberry Hair and Nail Studio's team of master Eufora Elite?certified stylists beautifies hair, skin, and nails using natural and organic products. Beneath twinkling crystal pendant lamps, stylists massage deep conditioners into scalps and cut, perm, and highlight hair. Conversely, the salon's aestheticians deftly remove unwanted body hair, leaving smooth, clean expanses of skin. The full-featured studio also provides nail and tanning services with coats of gel polish for fingers and toes and custom airbrushing to gild untanned limbs.
The crackerjack tress tamers at Schaper's Salon whisk frazzled mops into majestic manes with an ample slate of hair-styling services and extension treatments that employ eco-friendly products. Split-ended patrons and newly employed Sasquatches can turn to one of Schaper’s Salon's stylists for women's ($50+), men's ($30+), and kids’ ($15–$25) follicle chops, as well as intricate updos ($50+) and silky conditioning treatments ($15+). A breezy blowout and style ($25+) leaves hair as thick, vibrant, and velvety smooth as a whipped-potato mudslide, and a formal updo styling fondly echoes the halcyon prom coifs of yesteryear ($50+). Coloring ($70+) and highlighting ($90+) services further the self-expression of drab head-hides and rebellious zebras, and free consultations are available for relaxers, perms, and keratin treatments.