Fan of the hit MTV show Jersey Shore may have already seen the work of the stylists at Sniptease Hair Studio. That's because the beauty professionals serve as the official stylists of cast members Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Sammi "Sweetheart" Giancola. When they aren't helping the reality TV stars look fierce, the stylists at the Paul Mitchell–focused salon are bolstering the beauty of their other clients with hair and makeup services. Along with these expert services come playful titles, such as Friday Night Highlights, partial highlights; The Hollywood, a full makeup application; and Haired Straight, a relaxer. They also improve hair health with 10 different washes, which include tea-tree oil, sunflower extract, or lavender with mint.
The hairstylists at Razberri’s Salon spruce up strands by tailoring the latest cuts, coloring techniques, and texturizing services to fit each client’s personal style. Before each service, the stylist conducts a consultation, a step considered essential to crafting a look that will meet all of the client's needs. And by exclusively using and carrying L’Oreal products, stylists can also demonstrate to clients how to achieve their salon-acquired looks at home or while camping in the aisles of a beauty-supply shop. In addition to hair services, the salon specializes in nailcare, body and facial waxing, and bridal services.
With a quarter century of professional experience, master stylist Peggy Farrelly leads a team that performs both hair and nail treatments. In the salon, stylists update ‘dos with traditional cuts and colors as well as keratin treatments and ombre color services with Paul Mitchell formulas. Pedicure chairs with built-in massagers continue to shame boring folding chairs, promoting relaxation while guests soak their feet. At the manicure tables, nail technicians use gel polish and overlays to support long-lasting manicures that can be ornamented with rhinestones and airbrushed nail art.
Before developing Elite Ceuticals Non Surgical Face Lift, the owner spent more than 20 years formulating skincare products for other companies. Armed with that experience, she creates skincare blends that stimulate and revive aging skin with aloe vera that's grown hydroponically—that is, fed a regimen of minerals and vitamins and never treated with pesticides or put through a laminating machine.
For the staff at Salon Mulan, successfully serving their clients comes down to two things: training and the right tools. Each of the beauty professionals continuously attends classes and workshops to sharpen her skills. They also employ carefully chosen products during all of their waxing, aesthetic, and hair services. When dyeing hair, they use imported color products from It&ly Hairfashion. When conditioning, they use natural bamboo products from Alterna. Away from the salon chairs, aestheticians coat nails in OPI polish and dip dry feet into soothing paraffin wax, which leaves skin silky smooth.
On the salon floor, the team renders all their services amid wood and glass accents, green plants, and bright flowers. Beyond the styling area, wide pedicure thrones don't display even a sliver of wood—instead, the black-and-gray leather posterior pads comfortably seat clients.
Colorbar The Salon combines the modern elegance of boxy angles and hard lines with sleek, industrial accents. Blue LED lights ignite the space and bound off concrete floors, which lay home to styling stations and a shampoo oasis complete with beds and relaxing music. A bar stretches across the length of the space, inviting clients to kick back while beauty profession reinvents their look. Despite the easy vibe, Colorbar?s stylists remain grounded as they cut, condition, and revamp hair. They work with clients? features to sculpt the most face-flattering styles possible, coloring and highlighting to complement eye color and skin tone. They even offer a VIP membership program that grants frequent guests privileges such as unlimited haircuts and blowouts each month and salon parties that celebrate special occasions such as a girls? night out, a wedding, or medaling at the Lumberjack World Championships.