La Bellezza Hair Salon & Spa's owners, Miro and Melo, draw from more than 40 years of salon experience, and they oversee a skilled team that can perform a variety of services. Stylists can traverse clients' craniums to shape, color, and texturize hair with keratin treatments, spiral waves, or rainbow Slinkys. The staff uses All-Nutrient organic color for single process colorings and organic bleach for highlights. Or, in the spa and salon's private treatment rooms, aestheticians can perform facials and waxing treatments to add youthfulness to the skin or gussy up the fingers and toes with mani-pedi treatments.
When kids visit Dave's Barbershop for a trim, they get to sit behind the wheel of sleek red racecar that doubles as a barber's chair. And although most adults won't fit into the stylish sports car, they still leave feeling suave thanks to the haircuts, color, and waxing services that are the shop's specialties. Beyond cropping locks and camouflaging greys, the staff smoothes scratchy chins with classic shaves, which include a luxurious hot-towel treatment that softens stubble and glued-on Santa beards before they are deftly sheared away.
Every head of hair is treated like royalty at this old-fashioned barber shop. Professional barbers have cut and shaved men's and boys' hair at this shop for the last decade, so they're well-versed in traditional cuts and hot-towel shaves but still stay on top of the trends. Walk-ins are welcome.
A straightedged haircut isn't the only option at Elegant Barbershop, although the barbers are experts in that. They also use their skills to etch designs into hair as guests relax in plush, leather styling chairs. The rest of their service list, curated over 20 years in business, also includes hot-towel shaves and haircuts for women and children.
Yuriry's red-and-yellow awning lists an impressive list of services—from highlights to makeup to nail treatments—all available seven days a week. Catering to both men and women, the salon boasts a fleet of stylists skilled at precision cuts, clipper fades, and relaxing hot-towel shaves.
For more than 60 years, the staff at D’s Barbershop has been styling men’s hair into classic cuts. And over that time period, they’ve perfected a lot of cuts, from the classic crew cut to more modern spiked ‘dos and even women’s trims. But to this day, their most popular service is their cut and shave, where guests recline into seats as barbers lather faces before taking a straightedge razor to create clean-cut cheekbones, chins, and hairlines. Barbers talk shop as their hands go about their tasks, ensuring customers always have a cold drink, cup of coffee, and the day’s game on the shop’s flat-screen TV. Every cut is finished with a relaxing shoulder massage, which adds a bit of pampering into each service without dumping a Gatorade cooler full of bubble bath down your back.