First Impressions Salon.Spa's team of aestheticians cares for all skin and hair types with services backed by name-brand products, including eco-friendly line Pevonia. During facials, the brand's cruelty-free creams and masks infuse faces with natural ingredients, helping to correct skin suffering from acne or dullness and leaving it as silky smooth as an R&B crooner on a zamboni joyride. Massage therapists soothe tension with kneading styles that incorporate aromatherapy or hot stones, and hairstylists soothe strands with styling tonics from Redken and Sexy Hair. The salon services incorporate everything from simple bang trims and partial foils to Brazilian blowouts that swathe frizzy tresses in a protective layer of protein to calm frizz and keep hair from snacking between meals.
Knockouts Haircuts for Men amps up the classic barbershop experience with a lavish, sports-themed approach to men's styling that has been featured on Today and CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch. At a still-growing number of locations throughout the country, the company's all-female staff of stylists quarterbacks a full playbook of services ranging from bare-essential to spa-worthy. First and foremost, they clip shaggy locks, but they also administer facials, manicures, massages, and waxes. Complimentary beverages are included with every visit, giving patrons something to sip on while watching a sports game on TV or contemplating how they would fend off a lion using just a comb.
There are a few things you won't see at Ellison St. Blowdry Bar and Lash Lounge. Noticeably missing are the scissors and bottled dyes that fill workstations in other salons. That's because rather than drastically changing the cut or color of hair, this salon's stylists beautify hairstyles by gently washing, blow-drying, and styling tresses as patrons sip complimentary glasses of wine. They also smooth hair texture with blowouts and keratin treatments and amplify eyelashes with NovaLash extensions, subtly enhancing natural beauty.
The Hair Studio?s artistic staff works with manes young and old. The stylists snip toddlers' strands and craft colorful new looks for men and women. The team's services also include administering smoothing keratin treatments and braiding and twisting tresses into trendy updos for special events. The studio hosts BYOB (Bring Your Own Blow-Dryer) classes for clients who wish to learn styling techniques and tricks to re-create at home on themselves or their collection of lhaso apsos.
Like many Texan women, Lacy Studdard and Jessica Woerner love big hair. Regular clients at The Bungalow, however, will attest that their styling interests extend beyond voluminous ‘dos. By complementing their cuts with dashes of ruby-red lipstick and quirky hair ornaments, the salon's co-owners create styles that they describe as “fun, funky, and relaxed.” Though the salon's vintage turquoise walls and hood dryers evoke a bygone era, Keratin Complex smoothing treatments and Cinderella hair extensions prove that the menu of services resides on the cutting edge of fashion.
In The Bungalow's spa, aesthetician Leigh Moody draws on Bioelements products to perform facials that can be customized with microdermabrasion treatments and collagen lip masks. She can also expertly apply Xtreme lash extensions, which replicate real lashes in their thickness and ability to protect eyes from the government's brainwashing radio waves.