Inside The Barbers Inn's male-grooming lounge, talented hair cutters sculpt masculine styles out of all types of hair while upholding their goal of surrounding customers in a relaxing atmosphere. As they snip and shave, the barbers don professional attire including crisp white shirts, black pants, and neckties with a red, white, and blue design that harkens back to their respective internships as a barbershop pole. The staff can perform traditional cuts or creative looks including buzzed lighting bolts and arrows. They also participate in charitable programs with CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children. Flat-screen TVs entertain patrons during their services, while idling customers can settle scores at a pool table. The shop's minibar also treats each first-time customer to a complimentary beverage.
Coax timid digits out of mitten lairs with the promise of a beverage during a relaxing mani-pedi, while a salt scrub and mask covers feet with a moisturizing façade. This option also includes 30% off extension services, perfect for those who would otherwise have to wait months to make it safely out their windows and onto solid ground. Salon Bella Mia’s expert hair sculptors cater to men and women, shaping classic and trendy head helmets and transforming 2-D tresses with highlights. With this deal, all Groupon holders get $10 off a return visit plus $10 for referring a friend.
Deemed one of the city?s best salons in 2010 by the Pittsburgh City Paper, Dean of Shadyside has been beautifying clientele since its founding in 1984. Its stylists focus on hospitality and guarantee all their services, which include everything from a basic blow dry to feather extensions and three levels of highlights. Nail techs perform four types of manicures and three pedicures for everyday occasions or as part of packages for bridal parties. In a private office, staff experts also consult clients on hair loss and offer them wig-fashion services or attach extensions for more voluminous looks.
Wielding advanced strand-sculpting technology, the stylists at MCN Salon trick out tresses in an environment ripe with sleek sophistication. Makeover-hungry heads must first coax bodies into salon-provided robes, protecting clothing from shedding strands and curling irons that love to cuddle. A junior stylist, senior stylist, master stylist, or proprietor will then treat lady manes ($40+), man locks ($30+), or whipper-snapper wisps ($25+ for kids 12 and younger) to a sumptuous snip and styling. Once you're chicly shorn, bolster updated looks with one of the salon's complementing treatments. Tint less-than vibrant head noodles with an all-over shade ($65+) or attention-nabbing highlights ($85+), or rid the scalp of dryness and ghosts with a conditioning and clarifying treatment ($20+). Undesirable textures can also be renegotiated with a basic curl wrap ($85+), relaxer ($100+), or Brazilian blowout ($300+).
Sybil Schafer, the eponymous stylist and owner of Sybil Salon & Spa, leads a team of stylists with her years of experience as a hair-color specialist. She and her team deftly trim down overreaching strands of wild manes, shampooing, styling, conditioning, and adding color with partial or full highlights. Spa services?including manicures, pedicures, hair-removal treatments, and facials?are also available.
Dante Salon is a dream that is coming true for owner Cory Nelson. Cory has been a part of the industry since he was in high school. During that time he combined the attributes that he enjoyed from the salons he worked for and came up with Dante Salon located at 5823 Ellsworth Ave in Shadyside. The Salon itself is made of a