An educator at Paul Mitchell The School, master stylist Giovanni Scott leads a team of skilled hairstylists and specializes in cutting, texturing, and hair extensions. The full-service salon offers a menu of services that includes haircuts for women and men, color and texture treatments, and facial waxing and threading. A nail specialist is available on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to perform manicures and pedicures with OPI and China Glaze products, as well as to show patrons how to properly trim nails with the aid of a ceiling fan.
Highly trained mane charmer Whitney Phillips molds tresses into eye-catching coifs with products from Paul Mitchell and The Color. During a 45-minute cut and conditioning treatment, Whitney refashions head threads, infuses hair with silky conditioner, and meticulously glues together split ends, leaving clients with smooth, shiny locks of keratin. The three-hour highlight and style accentuates scalp canopies with strategically placed streaks of brilliant color, showcasing the best qualities of any new haircut. Though today's deal covers the cost of a half-head's worth of highlights, customers may upgrade to a full head treatment for an additional $55 or a bag of magic beans and an expertly crafted tale.
SkinScience Institute is a site of instruction, but that doesn't mean its services aren't professional quality. The aesthetics students who perform them make use of popular Murad and Image skincare products, and they're overseen by highly trained skin experts. Many of the treatments are clinical in nature, including anti-aging peels and microdermabrasion sessions. Other services emphasize natural skincare methods, such as the clay and seaweed wraps that purge clients' pores of toxins and clients' heads of "The Song That Never Ends."
Spa Trouve derives its name from the French word for “found,” which hints at the brand-new self-image visitors to this med spa may discover. The staff physicians and technicians use their deft experienced hands to perform skin-resurfacing and rejuvenation treatments, which stave off signs of age, scarring, and stubborn “Kick Me” post-it notes. They perform laser-based hair-removal and skin-rejuvenation treatments with Syneron elos Plus machines, radio frequency–based skin treatments with eMatrix, and vibration-based exfoliation with Vibraderm. Other skilled experts perform dermal-filler injections and cosmetic surgical procedures. Spa Trouve’s master aestheticians work with clients to develop customized skincare regimens using products such as SkinCeuticals, organic Lira Cosmeceuticals, SkinMedica, Obagi, and jane iredale mineral makeup.
Within Vanity Hair salon, a cadre of talented stylists shapes their clients’ locks into works of art. Pulling from an arsenal of products that includes brand names such as Pureology, Schwarzkopf, and Moroccanoil, they deftly re-condition, re-texture, and re-invent strands, cutting off split ends and updating shades with corrective color treatments or trendy ombre techniques. Formal styling prepares heads for weddings, proms, and very snobby pillows, while makeup services ensure fancy hairstyles have a flawless face to match. When it comes to adding length, the salon also offers nine different methods of hair-extension application and provides free consultations to clients in order to determine the bonding technique that best suits their budget and extension needs.
Like all of the stylists at Platinum Studio, Heather Berglund plies her trade with a versatile skill set and intense knowledge of new and upcoming fashion trends. The stylish hair maven can cultivate sharp, classy bangs, rich one-tone colors, and intricately layered 'dos with a repertoire of highlighting, coloring, and deep-conditioning treatments.