When it comes to hair color, Travis Evans is a perfectionist. One of her specialties is color correction—a procedure that evens out and adjusts the tone of hair dye so that it better suits the client's tastes. She also meticulously applies highlights, which enliven 'dos with complementary shades and shadows.
However, she takes just as much joy in crafting a completely new look as she does in tweaking different hues. Her extensions add voluminous length, Brazilian blowouts tame frizz, and special-occasion updos prep hair for fancy events. In addition to her styling services, she also waxes brows, lips, chins, and sideburns.
You might not be able to tell by looking at her now, but Natalie Bocard once suffered from hormonal acne and oily skin. For a lifelong fashionista, this was simply unacceptable. Natalie tirelessly researched methods to help her achieve the clear skin she dreamed about, and her eventual success inspired her to help others with similar concerns.
Today, Natalie is a licensed aesthetician and makeup artist with certifications in both microdermabrasion and airbrush makeup. At Natalie’s Notable Beauty, she helps her clients achieve healthy and youthful skin with services that include facials, body treatments, and spa parties. Her past experience has prepared her well for this current venture; aside from her aesthetic expertise, she spent 23 years as a NASA contractor, working with astronauts and researchers to treat the moon's perennially pockmarked façade.
The facials at Facelogic Spa aim to make people feel like they're floating. Not just because of the soothing products used or the aestheticians' massage techniques, but because every client sits in a cloud-like zero-gravity recliner during their service. Unlike a traditional massage table, these chairs elevate legs to take stress off the spine and make the body feel as if it's hovering like a slice of cucumber on an air-hockey table.
While clients are suspended in this stress-free state, aestheticians tend to professional-strength skincare with a roster of masks, peels, and serums. Advanced options include chemical peels to brighten, resurface, and exfoliate faces.
The skilled scissor hands at HeadWaves transform tresses within a contemporary salon setting, using products such as Wella, Moroccanoil, Paul Mitchell, and Schwarzkopf. Before beginning, the master hair designers will perform an image consulting to foreshadow your future head foliage. Then, the savvy clippers give hair a careful cut to control its natural tendency to take the shape of the nearest animal. Those hankering for a heightened hue can opt for complementary highlights, which add luscious texture to locks. After the tress transformation, hair stylists will style hair and leave customers with a fancy ’do that attracts the attention of roommates, coworkers, and bald mannequins.
Josephine's Day Spa and Salon offers a range of award-winning salon and spa services to choose from, including all hair-care services, waxing and hair tinting, facials, makeup applications, and mani-pedis. If you don't have an area of your body that necessitates cookies and special attention, play human roulette and randomly select a limb or terminus for pampering. Get a 30-minute botanical resurfacing facial enhancement ($75) that buffs your skin with tourmaline, or combine a shampoo and women's cut ($45+) with a lip or chin wax (each $18+). Give your legs some well-deserved attention for propping up your torso with a full leg wax ($78+), or pamper your most distal digits with an Aveda Caribbean Therapy foot treatment ($65).
For some people, a treat is a donut and a warm latte; for others, it is a new haircut. At La Petite Salon, those indulgences are just a door apart. Professional hairstylist Fadia Saadi performs a wide variety of services in her salon, which is connected to the La Petite Market café and bakery. There, she transforms frizzy 'dos with keratin treatments, adds dimension with highlights, and uses a simple cotton thread to pluck unwanted hairs.