The eponymous rituals of Salon Rituals seem simple enough. Staff members speak with each client and assesses what defines them, from face shape and skin type to hair texture, sense of style, and dictionary of choice. Then they unleash their font of Aveda-backed knowledge to color hair, perform facials, or teach clients how to apply their own makeup for a flawless style.
When the nail technicians at Adiva Nails concentrate their attentions on a client, whether for mani-pedis, facials, or waxing, they put years of experience to good use. Each team member relies upon more than 15 years logged on the beautification beat, allowing patrons to rest assured that their bods are in good hands. As their name implies, the troupe specializes in tending to nails, complementing relaxing mani-pedis with chip-resistant gels and acrylic nails, which come in handy when passionately finger drumming Beethoven's Symphony No. 9.
Bloom Salon's diverse, experienced team of stylists and beauty techs led by husband-wife team Scott and Tricia Young performs beauty services in a serene 3,000-square-foot facility. Team standouts include Brandy Hendricks, who has been clipping coifs for 18 years, and Samantha Young, a member of Scott’s family of hairdressers. In addition to expertly executed cut and color services, stylists accent manes with hair extensions and tame unruly head gardens with keratin smoothing treatments. Nail tech April Marhsall adorns fingers with polish, shellac polish, or acrylic nails, and therapist Lydia McDonald helps to relieve tension during deep-tissue, Swedish, or stone massages, untangling knots as quickly and efficiently as a blindfolded Eagle Scout.