Stop covering your coif with helmets, hard hats, and your hands, and just get a haircut already, Ruth. Today’s Groupon gets you a new 'do at House of Wade Lee for just $20—that's 56% off the regular $45 price, or 99% off the completely inaccurate $2,035 price.
20 years have taken master stylist Mida from Paris to Glendale, and she can tell you about it in English, French, or Vietnamese. The shearsmith taps into her Parisian education and her experience managing a bridal boutique in California to beautify each client. Her services run the gamut from basic bang cuts to designer haircuts, weaves, and Japanese thermal straightening. To render those services, Mida calls upon products such as Biomega, Pureology, Enjoy, Aquage, and Matrix. She also uses human hair extension to add length, volume, color, or all of the above for as long as one elephant burp?roughly six weeks. Her salon matches the elegance of outgoing clients with its light orange and cream swirled paint, sheer curtains, and an ornate analog clock.
Our bodies are constantly subjected to the stresses of work, family, and clingy shadows, so the staff at Color Me Bella Spa and Salon works hard to ensure clients look and feel their best. Stylists transform tresses with cut and coloring treatments and aestheticians swiftly remove fuzz from brows during waxing sessions. In addition to hair services, clients can opt for a mani-pedi or botanical facial, or retreat to a private room for a therapeutic hot stone massage at the hands of the spa's licensed massage therapist.
Master stylist Ann Hughes draws from a continuously updated arsenal of beautifying techniques, brandishing products from MoroccanOil and Pureology to sculpt contemporary coifs. Tress overhauls begin with a custom cut that frames faces and face-tattooed family portraits. Aesthetically antiquated 'dos submit to the deft fingers and singing cartoon shears of stylists, emerging as a trendy new cuts. MoroccanOil, infused with antioxidants, vitamins, and UV protectors, permeates freshly shorn strands, conditioning hair from root to tip amid J Salon's earth tones and floral accents.
Julian Luna and Jim Le opened J Salon in 2006, and have since built up a team of experienced stylists with specialties ranging from Japanese thermal straightening to full-on makeovers. With products from Bumble and bumble and Moroccanoil in tow, they revamp looks with highlights, cuts, and full colors or touchups. Their expertise led the staff to enter a “hair wars” competition, a runway show designed to display the creativity of Phoenix area hair stylists. Along with hair care, J Salon helps clients get rid of the hair they don’t want with lip and eyebrow waxing services.