At E-Clips Salon & Boutique, each stylist's workstation is packed with an array of styling tools and professional products for an extensive repertoire of aesthetic services. Bottles of Paul Mitchell and Redken coloring products sit alongside assorted scissors and hair clippers, and drawers abound with feather extensions, waxing products, and colorful nail polishes. Committed to beautifying customers in their entirety, the team of stylists also oversees an onsite boutique, where racks of chic blouses, flowery dresses, and designer jeans make it an ideal venue for fashion hunting or games of pin the tail on the mannequin.
Sweet William Floral and Design's aesthetically inclined duo beautifies homes, weddings, and special events with custom floral bouquets and assorted gifts. Surprise a loved one on an anniversary or treat a cat to an elegant snack with a vase flower arrangement filled with fresh blossoms ($30+). A wedding bouquet ($80+) adds vibrancy to a hallowed ceremony, and wedding attendees dazzle newlyweds with gifts, including jewelry, home décor, and cards ($5–$80). Green plants ($25+) add comfort to living quarters, and bouquets of a dozen balloons ($10) help parents compete with a magical nanny's flying umbrella.
Echelon Edge Academy harnesses the evolving talents of its enthusiastic student stylists and apprentice aestheticians. In addition to executing hair, skin, and nail services, the academy's students ready physiques for barrel-wearing season with more advanced cellulite treatments and body wraps. The sleek, cozy facility exudes the hair-sprayed class of a high-end salon. Its emphasis on contemporary equipment and technique yields a high rate of success that’s unattainable with outdated instruments such as perm machines powered by exercise bikes. Echelon Edge Academy displays the professional-grade work of its students in collections such as the Pin-up Girls gallery. For information about graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit Echelon Edge Academy's website.
All of the students at Color My Nails School of Nail Technology have the same concentration. That's because the school is "nails only"—every teacher is a practicing nail tech, and the 300-hour course is designed to set graduates apart in the mani-pedi industry. To that end, it includes lessons on treatments that other schools might not delve into, such as how to use nail drills, perform white-tip fills, and forge a stunningly accurate van Gogh piece onto someone's thumb. Students practice on both mannequins and live clients, administering affordable manicures, pedicures, fills, and gel-polish applications. They also host children's parties that leave guests giggling at their newly glittery toes.
Founded by Monica Bruin as a small three-person shop nearly 30 years ago, Color My Nails Salon has grown to match the times. Now home to 23 expert technicians, the self-proclaimed "largest nails-only salon in Utah" continues Monica's legacy of spreading the dazzling beauty of nail art to the Midvale area. Whether they're welcoming fresh coats of Shellac polish, donning a new set of artificial nails, or relaxing with a soothing full mani-pedi, clients are greeted by sparkling smiles that match the twinkling reflections of the salon's newly installed glitter walls. Color My Nails Salon's retail section helps clients maintain their new looks at home with nail products, or match polish with fresh accessories such as purses, jewelry, and scarves.