Named Best Salon and Best Spa in the 2012 Daily Press Readers' Choice Awards, Shear Style Salon and Spa pampers guests within the confines of its orange-ochre walls. Stylists such as senior coif crafter Lauren Frogge revamp bedraggled ‘dos into on-trend tresses during cut, color, and retexturing appointments that use top-shelf products from Moroccanoil and label.m. Stylists can professionally apply makeup or rearrange strands into stunning updos for guests heading to a special occasion such as a wedding or high-school reunion.
Meanwhile, the spa aims to repeat its 2012 success with a slate of skin and massage services. Geared toward addressing specific epidermal grievances, treatments include a colloidal oatmeal facial that ups the skin’s lipid count to stave off dryness, as well as photorejuvenation, which marshals light beams and NASA-developed technology to reintroduce even, fetching skin to world-weary visages or especially beloved hairless cats.
Hairdressers at Shear Touch Salon & Spa polish hair with cuts, color, and highlights. Whether adding a few sun-kissed strands or completely overhauling looks with all-over color, their goal is to have every client walk out of the salon with a bounce in their step. The team of experienced stylists includes Christina Jenkins?a creative stylist with more than a decade of experience, beginning with a vocational program at New Horizons. Christina can transform her clients' looks, paying special attention to layers, texture, and personalized color.
The stylists and aestheticians at Bobbie Glen Hair Salon aim to provide clients with trendy, innovative, and high-quality care. Keratin smoothing treatments add luster to locks while eliminating frizz, and France Laure skincare products aid aestheticians in treating all skin types.
Vicky Barger transforms hairstyles from her styling chair, taking flat hair to fuller heights and adding dimension or volume to lackluster hairdos. Barger was drawn to the salon thanks to its "wonderful atmosphere with professional stylists and an awesome boss." The salon's stylists possess a wealth of beauty-industry experience, including owner Barry Menser's 30 years behind the chair, and each employee practices their own specialty. Barger's specialty is color, and she often sweeps brushes saturated with custom-mixed Matrix, J Beverly Hills, and Schwarzkopf hues through monochromatic strands after meeting with clients in a thorough consultation and tucking encouraging notes inside their headbands. As hair is reborn in new, more fashionable formations, clients can eye the salon's serene images of boats and ballet and sip complimentary cups of tea, cocoa, and soda.
Yolanda knows how to get hair looking its best. She lends a helping hand with her professional cuts, coloring treatments, and other styling services. But she manages to gussy up hair even if you're not sitting in her salon chair. Her Facebook page brims with helpful tips and advice on how often to get a relaxer and what vitamins are crucial to beautiful, healthy locks.
Chopping locks at more than 3,000 locations throughout North America, Great Clips employs an army of stylists that stays on top of trends with a rigorous ongoing training program. In addition to leveraging products from Redken, Matrix, and American Crew, they call on Great Clips' own Solutions and Tea Tree lines to beautify manes faster than a lion tamer brandishing a shampoo-dipped whip. Your convenient, hassle-free walk-in cut can be made even easier if you check in with the company’s mobile-phone app, which can cut down wait time and save precious minutes that could be better spent running errands or hypnotizing mice to run your errands for you.