Beauty & Spas in Oswego


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Before she was behind the stylist chair at Renew Hair Salon, Diane Gonzalez was behind the scenes at The Oprah Winfrey Show during many of their makeover segments. This, along with a tenure at Mario Tricocci Salon and Day Spa, readied Gonzalez for her own salon. Along with her specialization in hair coloring, Gonzalez excels at customizing each client's look to their lifestyle with haircuts, extensions, and straightening treatments. She also offers bridal packages complete with updos and makeup applications with wedding vows painstakingly inscribed on eyelids.
1216 Douglas Rd
Oswego,
IL
US
Sharon M. Vogel is a Renaissance woman when it comes to massage therapy, specializing in a diverse spectrum of modalities and combining them into custom-tailored, relaxation-based experiences. With techniques such as deep tissue and lymphatic trigger point massage, she uses a clinical touch to root out aches and flush away toxins. With hot stones in hand, she warms stiff muscles and builds protective stone walls around her more stressed clients. Because she's also a certified aesthetician, her skills also shine during facials, helping clients look as good as they feel.
1144 Douglas Rd.
Oswego,
IL
US
Regardless of a client's hair length, color, or texture, one of A Private Salon's stylists probably specializes in working with it. Michael Ryan is a master cosmetologist specializing in color placement and correction. Marisol McGee is a former color educator for Schwarzkopf International, her focus being hair design, updos, and color. Pamela Smith works on excessively curly hair textures. Dwight Posey's fortes are scalp care and all facets of creative hair design. All the stylists, however, spend time listening to clients' hair needs and desires.
1134 Douglas Rd.
Oswego,
IL
US
The layers of salt crystals that cover the walls and ceiling of the Colibri salt room gradually chip off into the air, filling lungs with the healing power of the dry micro particles of salt. Guests relax in the healing room, breathing in air reminiscent of a salty sea breeze. In addition to the salt room, Colibri offers other relaxing services including massages and meditation sessions.
1866 Douglas Rd.
Oswego,
IL
US
Francesca D'Ambrosio's first job in the beauty biz was answering phones at a salon and spa in Naperville. Once she earned her cosmetology license, she jetted to New York to work alongside prestigious stylists and make her way to the top from the bottom of the barrel. Fortunately, her first gig as a stylist was anything but at the bottom of the barrel—she started at the Bumble and bumble salon, one of the Big Apple's hubs for celebrities, fashion-industry elites, and globetrotting wigs. She stayed in New York for about a decade, shaping the famous hairs atop Fran Drescher, Mark Wahlberg, Joan Jett, and Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas. When she relocated to Oswego, Francesca opened a salon of her own. Located on Main Street in the historic downtown area, the space has the simple sophistication that befits a transplanted New Yorker. The black-and-white scheme extends to the walls, where portraits of Audrey Hepburn and other style icons supervise haircuts, keratin treatments, and color services.
123 W Washington St
Oswego,
IL
US
A cadre of accomplished students mans hp: the college's three Chicago-area salons, where they learn the beauty trade while enhancing client appearances for less than at standard studios. Founded in 1979, the college instructs fledgling stylists in the latest trends and aesthetic remedies with products from Moroccanoil, Wella, and Dermalogica. At all three locations, sleek black styling chairs contrast with colorful bottles of hair products and OPI nail polish set amid the comfort of plush pedicure chairs. As students ply their skills on ravishing haircuts and clarifying facials, aesthetics pupils use carefully blended botanicals to add aroma, hydration, and palm-sized zen gardens to manicures and pedicures.
5460 U.S. Route 34
Oswego,
IL
US
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