Vidal Sassoon–trained Valerie Lopez turns manes into displays of art while working inside Cleo Hair Salon. Goldwell products help her bestow heads with new hues in the form of highlights, all-over color, or stenciled stars. She tames unruly strands with a Brazilian blowout formula—one of her specialties—and instantly adds length with partial weave services.
Armed with the metadermabolic enzymes of the Epicuren line, Jeannie Rogers cleanses and rejuvenates facial epidermises for men and women seeking pore evacuation and care beyond the bounds of ordinary products. She’ll kick off the 55-minute facial with an exfoliating, cinnamon hot peel that removes dead skin cells before they rise to feast upon the live ones. Next, two enzyme and protein masks forcibly evict any toxins they find to leave skin firm and subtly aglow. Finally, Jeannie massages the neck, shoulders, and hands to loosen the painful cramps from overly apathetic shrugs. Throughout the facial, you’ll get to bask in the white-marble reception desk and glass chandeliers of The Canyon Salon’s sleek, minimalist studio, which showcases the designing talents of Castlevania-born Takara Belmont.
Paris Cut Hair Design's aestheticians deftly channel the ancient Middle Eastern practice of threading, a precise and speedy method of shaping brow bristles that has found popularity among many of today’s A-list celebrities. During the 15-minute threading treatment, a skilled thread tech twists a length of pure cotton thread and weaves it around overgrown brows, uprooting follicle squatters without chemicals or irritation. Ocular overscores emerge from the treatment looking sharp, streamlined, and ready to replace spit takes and eye rubbing as the preferred method of expressing disbelief.
Practiced stylist Christine Miller has been sculpting classic and contemporary hairstyles since 1985. At Studio Bijoux, she employs these decades of experience while carving out cuts for men, women, and children using Privé and Redken products. Christine also imbues locks with rich, deep Goldwell and Framesi hair color, which can perk up her guests just as much as the complimentary coffee and water she offers them.
Leah Hagen Olsen, a Certified REDKEN Colorist, draws upon extensive training from the Vidal Sassoon and Toni & Guy academies when unleashing her shears at Sweet Nine Flex. After a consultation to determine the hair's type and demands, Leah laces vivid highlights, moody lowlights, or both into locks, which are then trimmed and transformed into a dependable ’do thanks to the vitalizing gust of a blow-dryer. This deal also includes a $25 gift certificate that clients can apply to future services, such as color touch-ups or partial weaves.
The hairstylists and skin specialist of John Thomas Salon keep exteriors looking shiny and new with custom hair and aesthetic services. Clients can kick back with complimentary coffee, tea, water, or soda as stylists doll up 'dos with tailored cuts and colors backed by beauty products from Chi, Redken, and Moroccanoil. Skincare clients trust their complexions to the staff aesthetician, Kathy, who comes armed with Dermalogica products and her ability to beautify complexions with waxings, facials, or Mona Lisa face-painting kits.