Toni, a hair stylist at Little Shop of Hairs will do whatever her clients ask, whether they want her to shape their manes into sleek bobs or shave stars into their short cuts. Additional salon services include highlights, single process color, and waxing.
The hair experts at Southern Style Barber Shop perform a variety of services designed to prettify and maintain healthy hair. In addition to performing classic cuts for men, women, and children, they condition strands, relax frizz, and straighten curly locks. They also imbue tresses with different hues through highlights or single-process color treatments.
Immersed in the philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine, Kelly at Atesorada uses only natural, holistic techniques to promote mind and body health. She and the wellness center's other therapists perform modalities dating back thousands of years—such as acupuncture, vacuum therapy, and massage—to treat issues ranging from energy imbalances to dull, wrinkled skin. Therapists also custom-design beauty regimens with Nefeli herbal products for each client's physique and skin needs.
The personable and professional staff of stylists at Red Magnolia Salon cut, color, and highlight 'dos into wearable works of art. Before each snip, the seasoned scalp artist determines a patron’s new look through a verbal consultation, a glance at the customer’s shoes, and a thorough follicular police interrogation, ensuring a custom cut that matches each client’s unique sense of style and rap sheet. Guests can alter the physical properties of their hair with a one-hour cut ($40+ for men; $60+ for women) or opt for a full cranial renovation with an application of highlights and lowlights ($75+) or all-over color ($70+). Red Magnolia Salon’s shelves are stocked with products such as nutrient-rich Davines haircare applications and Kevin Murphy products that appease the vengeful claws of low-hanging tree branches with eco-friendly essential oils.
Wax On has been offering stellar strand-stripping services to discerning hair producers since 1999 from its fun spa environment. There is no follicle too wispy or fuzz too peachy to avoid the professional waxen maidens at Wax On. Like the helpful, friendly staff chants during their pre-day huddle—if it has hair, it can be made bare. The careful and pleasant purveyors of slickness will use their years of experience and connection with the dark side to target overgrown sprouts and diligently bid them adieu. Put your best face forward for your next photo shoot or photo firing squad with a lip ($15) or eyebrow ($15) wax. Otherwise, opt for a full leg ($50) or Brazilian ($70) treatment to improve your hydrodynamics during a summer of late-night skinny-snorkeling. The waxery also harvests hair from the skin of self-conscious gents looking to quietly rid their neck ($20), chest ($25), or bikini zone ($45) of unwelcome sasquatch fur.
For Regina Ibrahim, body pampering has been in her life since she can remember. As someone who has enjoyed a wide range of spa treatments, she wanted to share her relaxing experiences in a more intimate fashion than shouting them through a bullhorn in public parks. She opened The Wax Skin Spa to give aestheticians an opportunity to run their own spa business, and to give her male and female clientele a place to soothe their minds and bodies. Using products from the Sothys French skincare line, the spa rejuvenates skin with a collection of facials and body treatments that target signs of aging, acne, dehydration, and dullness