At Gossip Salon & Day Spa, you'll get more than a haircut, a makeup application, or a massage?you'll get an atmosphere of friendly ease. The staff adopts the original meaning of the word gossip?folks as far back as 1014 used the word to mean a close friend. It was only later that it took on a more pernicious denotation, though it always kept the connotation of comfortable chatter. At the salon, stylists mainly stick to gossiping about new tools, techniques, and products that'll help clients look runway-ready.
Inside the welcoming confines, the stylists, aestheticians, manicurists and massage therapists chat amiably with clients, consulting them on their desired look and lifestyle before trimming their hair into classic and on-trend cuts or shaping their brows into their favorite parallelogram. Gossip Salon & Day Spa offers a full menu of nail services, from spa mani-pedis to gel and pink-and-white sets to French polish. They also practice their approach outside their salon, participating regularly in community outreach and charitable events.
Since 2007, the walls at Hudson & Fouquet Salon have been filling up with accolades, from Best of Annapolis and Best of Baltimore. The salon's minimalistic, spacious interior is punctuated by black leather chairs, where clients recline before appointments with a talented team who make hair their sole focus. Their cuts, color, and styling treatments overhaul heads, forming freshly clipped strands into new frames to complement faces.
Helmed by owner Jeanie Chaney, Jeanie's Salon & Spa is an oasis of beauty and pampering. Her staff of stylists, massage therapists, and aestheticians tends to the hair and skincare needs of ladies and gents alike, offering a full menu of cuts, color treatments, facials, and massages. They also ready brides for the aisle with artistic airbush makeup applications and keep beach-goers or bikini-wearing court justices sleek with professional body waxing services.
Capistrano Barbershop's founder and namesake, Faraj, conjures the feeling of an old-fashioned barbershop by accenting his business's façade with a spiraling barber's pole and trimming men's hair with a straight razor. During haircuts, coifs are clipped into traditional, contemporary, and neoclassic styles, and a hot-lather shave cleans up ears and sideburns. If needed, Faraj also trims rogue strands making a break from the conformity of eyebrows, noses, and ears. Straight-razor edgings kick off with a hot lather before straight razors graze facial planes, hone neck and beard lines, and leave cheeks as smooth as Prince talking himself out of a moving violation.
House of Ebbitt’s attentive beauty mavens burnish bodies with a slew of waxing services and augment hair hue with coloring treatments. Exterminate vagrant leg hairs with a full-leg waxing, or sculpt and smoothen the face with a preening of the chin, upper lip, and eyebrows. During a Brazilian wax, one of these seasoned staffers shellacs follicular mongrels with Lycon blue hard wax, a comfortable alternative to the common hair-expunging materials of duct tape and piranhas. Those attending to head tresses undergo a personalized consultation and receive topographical maps of hair growth before clippings commence. Based on personal cosmetic desires and the advice of artisan shear-smiths, styling takes place after privileged locks are treated to a partial highlighting.
Your visit to Glow begins with a deep-conditioning treatment, which soothes frazzled and frayed strands and repairs damage and follicular deterioration. Glow's expert stylists will finish taming tresses with a boosting blow dry. After your hair therapy, choose the pampering of your choice from Glow's diverse skin, nail, body, and hair services. Get life's stresses kneaded out with a 30-minute deep-tissue massage ($65), or opt for a pore-minimizing facial ($75) in preparation for unexpected appearances on JumboTrons. Soak in the soothing aroma of the French countryside of your teen years with a lavender pedicure ($65), which scrubs scruffy soles and treats them with a calming mask and massage, or add a paraffin treatment ($15) to a classic manicure ($24) and impress the prime minister with your velvety-soft handshake.