Owner Glen Master wields almost 30 years of hairdressing experience in addition to his scissors, providing personalized hair services for men and women of all ages. Staff members apply their training as former bomb defusers to precisely snip wayward strands during each haircut and style to leave scalp carpets shaped and refined ($35+ for women, $25+ for men). Customers can opt for color services that include a semipermanent coloring ($30+), partial highlights ($65+), and a shine treatment that adds dazzling luster and blinds security cameras at upcoming bank heists ($25+). Salon Anokha's eclectic décor contrasts clean, wooden cabinets and small, classical columns with an assortment of Asian-inspired art. Waves of natural light flood the salon through its bay of large front windows, feeding plants and photosynthetic patrons alike.
You can spy skilled stylists of 1662 Salon East through the salon's lofty front windows, expertly snipping up new styles and blow-drying locks into luxurious waves. Technicians perch at manicure stations, trimming cuticles and buffing nails. Clients recline on cushy chairs as skincare specialists administer waxing services and replenishing facials. Other guests await treatments in the seating area, sipping on gourmet Green Mountain coffee and nibbling on biscuits.
Kimberley Martins began her professional journey by training at Allied Health Institute. Then, she bolstered her skills by undergoing additional one-on-one training in muscle separation, a specialized form of neuromuscular therapy. And neuromuscular therapy is Kimberley's calling card. She uses the technique to relieve pain and aches and minimize the necessity of frequent future therapy or the urge to take baths in pain-relieving gel. Kimberley's expertise at neuromuscular massage was motivated in part by personal experience as a dancer, when she found the modality very helpful at aiding her in a prompt recovery from injury.
Though the bright colors and mod furniture of South Beach Tanning’s numerous salons may tempt clients to kick back for hours, that’s not the staff’s goal. Instead, they strive to provide swift, hassle-free tans that get clients out the door quickly to enjoy the day. Each of the chain’s salons boasts a floor plan that is twice as large as the average tanning salon, which increases the likelihood that a bed will be free and therefore reduces annoying wait times. Guests can choose from five tiers of UV beds, whose successive levels beget increased bulb output and more amenities to imbue swifter, more comfortable tans. For a UV-free glow, customers can opt to hop in the salon’s automated VersaSpa booths, which guide jets of pigmented formula from head to toe in only 46 seconds to grant a look as summery as boat sails composed of stitched-together bikinis.
Celebrity makeup artist Jennifer Bradley believes in a purer kind of cosmetic, one that’s free from the fillers, fragrances, and oils that can aggravate skin. As an actress and singer in LA, Jennifer experienced these very issues on her own acne-prone skin, leading her to create formulas that improve faces from the outside in. Jennifer uses her line of cosmetics, which includes both skincare and makeup products, to enhance the faces of celebrities. Past clients have included Barack and Michelle Obama, Sean Connery, and Drew Barrymore, as well as guests who attended her makeup seminars. Jennifer’s work also has been featured in publications including Us Weekly and People.
Inside the barbershop-style men's salon, clients sit back in sleek, contemporary barber chairs while stylists cut off split ends and style hair. For every hair treatment, they use products from American Crew or Redken for Men. The stylists also trim beards and groom fingers and toes with mani-pedis.