Talented hairstylists Danni, Renee, and Naeemah run the show at South Jersey House of Beauty, where they reinvent their customers’ looks with chic haircuts and color treatments. After discussing style goals with the client, the trio will get work, either snipping off split ends or revamping hues with full color treatments or luminous highlights. They skip the scissors all together while applying extensions, straightening hair with relaxers, or creating simple press and styles.
Salon Terranova lets clients relax during high-quality salon and spa treatments. Great Lengths hair extensions and hair dye in a kaleidoscope of colors help revamp hairstyles. On the spa side of the business, aestheticians cleanse, exfoliate, and apply a mask using USDA organic products from Niko. Additionally, manis can be finished off with chip-resistant gel polish or artistic designs.
At Salon LimeLight, stylists approach each mane with an artistic eye. After consulting with clients, they enlist Goldwell color products and knowledge of trending styles to sculpt hair into fresh looks or neoclassical busts. Though they're trained in multiple beautifying services, the staff specializes in smoothing tresses with Brazilian blowouts and revitalizing them with gleaming color. Nail services add hue to digits as well, and specialty OPI gel manicures keep finger shades unmarked for up to two weeks. The comprehensive services unfold in an intimate boutique setting where natural light illuminates light lime walls and potted bamboo.
Whatever your personal style, you'll find somebody at Hairmaster's Unisex Salon who speaks your language. That goes for women and men alike, and it doesn't just apply to hair. Haircuts and highlights are just a small portion of the service menu here; the salon's beauty professionals cover nails with OPI and CND polish during mani-pedis.
Amavi Salon opened in 1992. Since then, it has cultivated an inventive approach to haircare the staff calls "fortetherapy." While their menu of services looks deceptively similar to what one would expect at most salons, their guiding philosophy is different. Fortetherapy refers to the staff's efforts to put the health and integrity of clients' hair at the forefront of every treatment, even if it means flying in the face of industry trends. Their entire selection of products is plant- and botanical-based, lacking aniline dye, ammonia, and all the other things Dr. Doom drizzles on his salads. Amavi Salon's color products, specifically, squeeze a salutary dose of ceramide silk proteins, aloe vera, avocado oil, and anti-oxidants into each application.
The aestheticians at Cham-Pagne Salon & Spa take stock of each client's beauty behests before launching into treatments that rely on brand-name products. Nail nurses decorate digits with OPI and Essie polishes during manicures, and stylists shampoo strands with Italian-imported Davines products before shaping them into chic new 'dos. Cham-Pagne's stylists can trim the tresses of anyone in the family, and they even host Princess Parties, during which girls can emulate Mom by enjoying miniature versions of manicures, pedicures, and makeup applications. Grownup pedicures find technicians kneading arches with rolled-up copies of Reader's Digest and one of the spa's signature scents. The salon's 30-minute crystal body-art sessions add twinkling contrast to the dark shades that UV-free airbrush tans bequeath to bodies.